Self-explanatory. Share one of your favorite scenes from the movies. Here is one of mine.
Favorite movie moments.
Galaxy Quest! Such an underrated film, if you ask me.
I know it's terribly cliche, but that moment at the end of A Few Good Men where Tom Cruise finally cracks Jack Nicholson and gets him to angrily confess his guilt on the witness stand -- so satisfying. That general was one of the most hateable characters I've ever seen in film.
Galaxy Quest has to be the finest parody I've ever seen. I've lost count of how many times I've watched it. But I still laugh when I watch. Groundhog day is another great movie. Bill Murray is a comic genius. We need more movies like that. Unfortunately, dying is easy. Comedy is hard.
Lightning McQueen letting the yellow race car driver finish the race
"That general was one of the most hateable characters I've ever seen in film."
so was Tom Cruise. Lol
Shrek is compared to onions because they have layers
First scene from batman with the bank robbery
9 days later
Title sequence from 'Drive'.
End credits in Emoji Movie
57 days later
900 days later
Shrek is compared to onions because they have layers - SupaDudz
You know not everybody like onions.
Pretty much any scene where the person makes the right decision. Especially when it is easier to make the wrong one. I really respect that.
The ending of Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is so brilliantly brutal and well set up, I was up dancing around my living room watching it. There hasn't been a movie got me like that in a long time.
Never heard of it.
Just watched the final scene.
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Wow, that 'was brutal and violent, can really feel the Tarantino influence.
You shouldn't have watched it honestly, and maybe I should have never posted about it to begin with. It's a cool and funny movie and you almost don't see it coming. The chemical composition which makes the explosive finale is exceedingly fine, I could say. And Tarantino loves that stuff of course, bad guys coming up from under the floors in a desolate shack out in a frozen winter, that sort of thing, but this time everything was played off so well, just, I dunno, it fooled me. I think it's his best movie by far tbh.