I'm intangible,can we move on now?Any scene with Sirius Black in Harry Potter And The Prisonerof Azkaban, the rest of the movie was Narmy Adaptation Decay. Also, in Batman Forever the scene where Bruce Wayne lectures Robin and tries to talk him out of revenging himself on Two-Face. It was the only good Robin scene and one of the few darker moments in this topsy-turvy, disjointed movie. Oh and Jim Carrey blowing up the Batcave
Willst du nicht sterben? GIB MIR DER SCHOKOLADE!
Nolan's Batman films already proved that averting sequel escalation can work well. The League of Shadows' scheme in Batman Begins was much bigger than anything the Joker did, but The Dark Knight still felt like much higher stakes because Joker was so much better at playing mindgames with Batman.Exactly. Also, A New Hope vs. Empire Strikes Back. In the first a world killing super weapon has to be destroyed lest it wipe out the rebellion and cement the Empire's power forever. In the second, our intrepid cast dicks around for two hours. Which one is widely considered the best?
"Tyyr's a necessary evil. " Spirit
Words from the FutureReturn of the Jedi* .
edited 14th Nov '11 5:30:48 PM by HamburgerTime
Which one is widely considered the best?
Bubba Ho-Tep: The scene where JFK says "Let's get decadent". My friend and I quote it often.
edited 14th Nov '11 5:43:40 PM by NULLcHiLD27
gregyoYou are the first person I've seen who didn't like Bubba-Ho-Tep! I'm rather shocked!
Ultraviolet. "Are you mental?"
edited 17th Nov '11 4:16:47 PM by johnnyfog
PHD in Thuganomics
I though it was okay, but nothing outstanding.
The Gate is a rather medicore film about kids dabbing into witchcraft. But when the demons show up, shit goes from sucky to awesome.
A Superior Spider-ManOff the top of my head:
Any child can follow rules. True adulthood is knowing which ones to break and when.
Three-Puppet SaluterThe scene in the Death Note movies where Soichiro draws the Line in the Sand and nearly everyone takes the opportunity to flee. I think it's stolen from Khartoum, but it's certainly one of the better choices for thievery, and they chose a great place to put it, too. The Order 66 sequence in Revenge of the Sith. The scene in Not Another Teen Movie where the school counselor ignores the prefabricated freshman cliques forming before her eyes. (And I walked out midway through in the theater. It says something that I remember a scene fondly.) "Not While I'm Around" in the Sweeney Todd movie, probably because a) Toby works best as a child, b) Bonham-Carter is more matronly than Lupone, and c) there are no chorus parts to gut from the protesting score.
Brook Was The Crook Straighten Out The Books
The entire Skull Island sequence from Peter Jackson's King Kong was just plain amazing. The rest of the movie was kind of boring, though.
Three-Puppet SaluterDude, my take is just the opposite. I was all, "who put the anonymous gorefest in my misunderstood-monster movie?" (But I guess you'd like Jackson's early work, on the bright side.)
Brook Was The Crook Straighten Out The Books
Definately. I liked King Kong himself as well, especially that tender scene when they are on the ice in the park. I didn't care for the long wait until we see Kong at the beginning, though that was supposedly done on purpose because Jackson wanted it to be a faithful remake of the original movie.
The scene in ''The Ninth Gate' where Frank Langella sets himself on fire. Whoops.
PHD in Thuganomics
Overall I didn't care much for Lynch's Lost Highway, but the scene where the demon asks Pullman to call him at the party is nightmare fuel gold in my eyes.
Not live action, but while I thought Brother Bear was boring, that one scene where things get serious and magical stuff happens is awesome. It's honestly better than the entire movie. It's listed here... http://www.avclub.com/articles/our-favorite-film-scenes-of-the-00s, 35888/
edited 22nd Dec '11 8:41:45 PM by Tenkohime
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I'm going to go with Ghost Ship as my choice. The wire scene, if you know what I'm talking about.Hells yeah, though I actually liked that whole movie. Anyway, Superman Returns was a lame movie, but the "save the falling airplane" scene was legitimately cool, even if it was nonsensical. Oh, and the "holy shit, eye shooting!" and "WROOOOOONG!" scenes.
I am now known as Flyboy.
Gentlemen, as of this moment, I am that second mouse.
David Bowie's incredibly creepy (Even by David Lynch standards) cameo in Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me.
edited 9th Apr '12 1:36:12 PM by Jhimmibhob
"She was the kind of dame they write similes about." —Pterodactyl Jones
Equilibriam. I though some of the gun-kata scenes were pretty awesome, even if the movie seems like it ran out of budget 3/4 into the movie, but still.
When I walk on the street counting my steps, magic keeps silent and reality stalks me.
Pirate AND writer!Even though I think The Hunger Games is, as a whole, rather boring when it isn't inducing nausea, the death of Rue was done very well. I also liked all the scenes with the Gamemakers and Seneca talking to President Snow, simply for the different perspective of the Games we get.
edited 22nd Apr '12 7:39:05 PM by Mort08
Mad Scientist WannabeHas anyone mentioned V's alliterative entrance in V for Vendetta yet? Because I will.
Of course, don't you know anything about ALCHEMY?!- Twin clones of Ivan the Great
NO PLACE TO HIDEThe Cat is a tremendously silly but not especially good Hong Kong action/sci-fi/horror/WTF film. However, it features the greatest cat vs dog fight in the entire history of cinema. Don't believe me? Watch it for yourself:
Didn't particularly care for the Transformers movie, but I did like the scene where the Autobots (except for Bumblebee) arrive on Earth for the first time. Also, found the part where the Autobots hide in Sam's backyard by transforming into vehicle mode somewhat amusing.
Help me, Obi-Wan Kenobi!In Star Trek: Insurrection, there is a scene on the Ba'ku planet where Geordi gains eyesight, and Picard joins him in seeing a sunrise. LeVar Burton's performance really shows why this planet is special, and why Starfleet is willing to go underfoot to utilize its powers.
edited 25th Apr '12 6:01:37 PM by Premonition45
"Funny, really, 'cause I'd never thought of it, but being middle-aged and old takes up most of your time, doesn't it?"
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