There's also the long range equivalent of that moment, "Incendiary". *click*
Anderson using her powers on Kay. Since they're in his head, he realizes it's his head, so he must be in control. He shoots her, to no effect, then settles for making her strip down and give him oral sex. Anderson lets him until turning the tables by appearing next to him and replacing herself with Ma-Ma. Who once apparentlyneutered a man with her teeth.
Anderson: You're not the only one who can play mind games.
Towards the end, Kay has Anderson tied up and going through the usual bad guy mockery, and decides to kill her with her own Lawgiver. Someone should have told him it only fires if the finger on the trigger matches Anderson's DNA. Then maybe he'd still have two hands. And be less dead.
Dredd rapidly going through all modes of ammo and each one is empty except for Hi-EX. Five seconds later... no more Judge Alvarez.
Dredd's speech to Peach Trees/threat to Ma-Ma's gang.
Dredd: Inhabitants of Peach Trees, this is Judge Dredd. In case you people have forgotten, this block operates under the same rules as the rest of the city. Ma-Ma's not the law. I am the law. Ma-Ma is a common criminal. Guilty of murder, guilty of the manufacture and distribution of the narcotic known as Slo-Mo, and as of now, under sentence of death. Any who obstruct me in carrying out my duty will be treated as an accessory to her crimes. You have been warned. And as for you, Ma-Ma... judgment time."
On a meta level, this is an awesome moment for both Alex Garland and Karl Urban. Garland managed to work Dredd's iconic catchphrase into the script in a way that not only fit the story he was telling, but aptly demonstrated why it's so iconic to Dredd. And Urban? After Sylvester Stallone's"I AM THE WAWWW!!!" he delivers the line in an understated, confident and outright chilling way that perfectly fits the character.
And then, if that wasn't enough, Dredd anticipates Ma-Ma's thugs pinpointing his location, ties up one of the thugs inside the phone booth (and not seen by the camera no less) as a decoy, and when they're all clustered around, right where he wants them, he shows up from an overwatch point two floors up and fires an incendiary round that burns them all up.
Anderson further solidifying that she is no Faux Action Girl and tears through several guards and easily kills two non-rookie corrupt Judges before regrouping with Dredd.
And just before that, Ma-Ma tries to threaten Dredd with a bomb that will destroy the block if she is killed. Dredd shoots her anyway.
The fact that this movie got made in the first place, dispelling the Stallone version.
The whole movie can really be considered a bad-ass competition between Dredd and Ma-Ma.
Anderson letting the Clan Techie go. When called out on it, she does what no other character in the entire film has managed. She got Judge Dredd to back down.
The fact that they finally gave an iconic character the cinematic treatment he deserves and the perfect actor to play him is pretty awesome on its own.
Anderson's nearly as iconic in her own right, being less of a peripheral character to Dredd and eventually someone capable of carrying her own stories in 2000AD, and the film got that bang-on, too, when she would have been just as easy to mess up.
When Ma-Ma decides to deal with things herself by bringing out a minigun, nearly killing Dredd, and taking out an entire floor of the tower block. Had it been anyone but Dredd, it would have been the most extreme overkill ever. The follow-up scene, where she insists they "don't stop until they bring back a body or a piece of it", counts as well. The goons go into the smoke, there's a few tense moments, then Dredd walks out and casually dumps her top enforcer over the railing then goes back into the smoke without breaking stride. Three miniguns, tens if not hundreds of thousands of rounds of ammunition, and it wasn't overkill enough.
There was the chance of ruining Anderson and Dredd since the two actually kissed in one scene. Thankfully one of the creators vetoed it and the scene was cut. Thank goodness.