After Ma-Ma's goons destroy half the 75th floor in an attempt to kill the Judges, they go into the wreckage to find the bodies. And then, as Ma-Ma watches, Dredd just walks out of the smoke, dragging her right-hand man, tosses him over the balcony, and walks back into the smoke, without breaking stride. The sheer matter-of-factness with which Dredd does this transforms it from kind of horrifying to hilarious.
Doubles as an Awesome Moment because he's doing this right in front of Ma-Ma's eyes. That takes serious balls.
Kay: What am I thinking of right now? Anderson: You're picturing a violent sexual liaison between the two of us in a pointless attempt to shock me. Kay: You're good. But I wasn't trying to shock you. If I was trying to shock, I'd be thinking about this: (imagines torturing Anderson) Anderson: (hits him) What are you thinking about now, huh?
When Anderson has just escaped from Kay, Judge Kaplan (one of the corrupt Judges) goes to intercept her, thinking she would lower her guard if approached by another Judge. When they meet, Kaplan says "Lower your weapon, rookie, I'm your backup." Cue the screen going funky for a second and Anderson shooting her down and moving on without a word.
After an entire night's worth of carnage, dozens if not hundreds of dead bodies, and Dredd himself wounded in action, we get this gem.
When the bodies splatter on the pavement at the bottom of Peach Trees, one guy is seen with a camera phone, taking pictures of the crime scene.
Two judges (who aren't corrupt) are stuck outside and unable to give Dredd or Anderson assistance because Techie is keeping them out and they can't go through the blast doors. The corruptJudge Lex and his three fellow judges come up and have the following conversation with them:
Stuck Judge: Block's under lockdown. Malfunction with their defence system.
Inside Judge: (into the intercom) Open up!
(The blast boors open.)
Judge Lex: (to Judges outside) You're relieved.
The "Wait" Scene.
Dredd: (mortally injured and unarmed) Wait...
Judge Lex: 'Wait'? Are you kidding me? Did you say 'wait'? Judge Dredd... the Judge Dredd, finally gets on the wrong end of a gun, and what he says... is 'wait'. You know what? I expected more of you. I mean, wait for what? Wait for me to change my mind? Wait for another two or three seconds of life because you're so fucking weak you just can't stand to see it end?