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09-08-2013 , 06:29 PM
Red Dawn history teacher.
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09-10-2013 , 03:14 PM
Sonny's Bar in A Bronx Tale when the Bikers try to trash the place.
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09-17-2013 , 03:42 AM
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Originally Posted by diebitter
I like it. Watched it recently for the first time since it came out, and was amazed how memorable it was, I hasn't forgot any of it. All down to that amazing, ridiculous, magnificent performance from Pacino.
I guess I should say u are talking about Scarface.

Just as an aside, I read that Scorsese watched the premiere with DePalma & told him that the critics weren't going to like it, but that the general public would love it.

Scarface trivia: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0086250/trivia?ref_=tt_ql_2

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Originally Posted by DrChesspain
Gladiator--The Spaniard's first gladiator contast, beginning with them all being crowded in the dark corridor and not knowing what's going to happen next.

The Hitcher (Hauer and Howell version)-- "I want you to say four little words: I. Want. To. Die."

A Few Good Men--Christopher Guest testifying and Kiefer Sutherland testifying (Nicholson's testimony has been overplayed)

Quiz Show--Charles Van Doren admitting to his father his history of cheating on TV, while they are standing in his father's college classroom.
Yea, Ralph Fiennes is an A-lister. The English Patient & Schlinder's List off the top of my head were 2 other top notch parts for him.


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Originally Posted by herbertstemple
Watched Citizen X last night.

His execution is cool as Hell.

Why don't we do that in USA?
Another movie with a good turn by Donald Sutherland


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Originally Posted by DogDoo
Rounders- 'In my club I will Splash zee pot whenever the fak I want'
I know this movie had to pull in the general public....so that is probably why after Damon wins the big game at the end.....KGB says "he trapped me, he trapped me". Huh, wonder if Teddy knew that NLHE is a trapping game whereas LHE is a value betting game in general.

Obviously, it wouldn't have surprised him like he acted it did. But I guess if they ever made a really realistic poker movie....not too many folks would see it.

Although the quote u posted I could certainly see happening. And Rounders probably is the best poker movie

The final hand in the Daniel Craig James Bond movie was pretty funny. I don't remember it exactly.....but I think about 5 people went all-in on the river.

1st guy - trips
2nd guy - flush
3rd guy - full house
4th guy (villian) bigger full house
5th guy (Bond) straight flush



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Originally Posted by PairTheBoard
Mulholland Drive - The Naomi Watts masturbation scene

The Godfather - Brando stroking kitten scene.

Tombstone - Kurt Russel kicking Billy Bob Thorton out of his Faro chair.
"No need to go heeled to get the drop on a tub like you."

Tombstone - The Doc Holliday vs Ringo final showdown. "You're no daisy"

Jackie Brown - The De Niro/ Bridget Fonda quickie sex scene. "That hit the spot"

Dead Man - The cannibal bounty hunter crushing the skull with his foot.
"Looks like some kind of god damn religious icon". (One of the best ever westerns - with Johnny Depp)

Donnie Brasco - The scene where Al Pacino tears up the "From one friend to another" card.


PairTheBoard
I liked the Jackie Brown scene when they get to the bail bondsmans office near the end & Samuel Jackson fears & knows there is a slim chance he is being set up (he has done it to others enough).....& he warns the guy that he dies 1st if any **** goes down or if that Big ***** Winston is in there.

And then u can see the greed wins out over the fear.

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Originally Posted by BigPoppa
This movie sure had some compelling stuff like the scene u put up. When Limewire was still around......I put some of the music from it on a CD which included the dialogue & music from this scene which I enjoyed watching again.


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Originally Posted by samuri8
the first one that stands out to me is the scene near the end of True Grit where John Wayne meets the outlaws on his horse across an open field, outnumbered 4 to 1. After giving them one chance to surrender he takes his reigns in his teeth and charges across the field with a pistol in one hand and long rifle in the other. This was one of the first films my father ever showed me and I doubt I will ever fall out of love with it.
There is a lot of some real interesting trivia regarding this movie here.
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0065126/trivia?ref_=tt_ql_2

This is just one piece of it. "John Wayne was disappointed by the casting of Kim Darby as Mattie Ross, and the two hardly spoke at all off camera. He later said, "Christ, talk about having no chemistry with your leading lady! She was the goddamn lousiest actress I ever worked with."

Also, u probably know that this is the only movie where John Wayne won an Oscar.


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Originally Posted by Marston
I could mention a number of great performances that compare with Brando's Godfather. But one would be hard pressed to point out a greater performance than that of Al Pacino as Lt. Col Frank Slade in "The Scent of A Woman".
I agree that Al was really good in this. I read some of the discussion earlier in this post about how some folks hated Scarface & Pacino's performance in it & some loved it. And some general discussion about gangsta movies.

I really like a lot of Pacinos acting. I think somebody brought up Carlito's way also. I liked Scarface & Carlito's Way but I think Pacino's best gangster role is/was Michael Corleone.
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09-18-2013 , 12:42 PM
get your paws off me you damn dirty ape.
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09-18-2013 , 12:57 PM
The back stage scene in Night at the Opera where Groucho says to Rodolfo Lassparri...
"How do you sleep on your stomach with such big buttons!"
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09-18-2013 , 11:18 PM
Inglorious basterds - The ss investigator motioning the frenchman "Please, sit down at your own table."

Ocean's twelve - The Fox breakdancing his way thru the laser field.

Django - "you silvertongued devil."

Rocky 4 - training in the russian winter. Every time I saw the movie I would go running in the snow (it snowed a lot in the old country).
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09-27-2013 , 06:35 PM
Best, most jaw-dropping denouement of alltime, De Palma's Blowout:
http://youtu.be/3NCfeMAZ4xA?t=1h39m04s

about 5 minutes. You have to watch to the final shot of Travolta.
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09-28-2013 , 01:24 AM
The scene from In the name of the father when word has spread that Guisseppe has died.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EalRRJp9hOQ

And ofcourse the last scene in the court where the truth comes out. Amazing film, very accurate to the events IRL.

The scene in Inglurious at the farmers house where he has the jews hidden under the floorboard, so intense.

John coffe's execution is pretty brutal if your not into crying. Love it when Tom hanks stalls in giving the orders, walks over and shakes his hand.

Sammy J's chilling bible passage recital before he kills the studenty guy in Pulp Fiction. I remember rewinding and watching it 2 or 3 times.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ge2D3GHlS_0
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09-28-2013 , 10:43 AM
Towards the end of Juno after she gives the baby up for adoption and Bleeker gets into bed with her at the hospital. It's quite sad.
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10-03-2013 , 10:14 AM
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Originally Posted by WhyDid I doThat :|
The scene from In the name of the father when word has spread that Guisseppe has died.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EalRRJp9hOQ

And ofcourse the last scene in the court where the truth comes out. Amazing film, very accurate to the events IRL.

The scene in Inglurious at the farmers house where he has the jews hidden under the floorboard, so intense.

John coffe's execution is pretty brutal if your not into crying. Love it when Tom hanks stalls in giving the orders, walks over and shakes his hand.

Sammy J's chilling bible passage recital before he kills the studenty guy in Pulp Fiction. I remember rewinding and watching it 2 or 3 times.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ge2D3GHlS_0
Samuel Jackson came charging on from the Al Pacino, Ellen Barkin movie Sea of Love which was full of sex & violence (& John Goodman gave his usual solid performance too). This was 1990. And just 4 years later......Tarantino wants him in Pulp Fiction.

Here were the credits for Sea of Love.

Pacino ... Det. Frank Keller

Ellen Barkin ... Helen Cruger

John Goodman ... Det. Sherman

Michael Rooker ... Terry

William Hickey ... Frank Keller Sr.

Richard Jenkins ... Gruber

Paul Calderon ... Serafino

Gene Canfield ... Struk

Larry Joshua ... Dargan

John Spencer ... Lieutenant

Christine Estabrook ... Gina Gallagher / Lonelyheart
Barbara Baxley ... Miss Allen

Patricia Barry ... Older Woman
Mark Phelan ... Murdered Man

Michael O'Neill ... Raymond Brown
Michael Fischetti ... Doorman

Luis Antonio Ramos ... Omar Maldonado (as Luis Ramos)
Rafael BŠez ... Efram Maldonado

Samuel L. Jackson ... Black Guy
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10-03-2013 , 11:54 AM
Haha wow, I was under the impression he was a well established actor by the time he filmed Pulp Fiction.
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10-03-2013 , 12:43 PM
How about a good Gene Hackman film where he visits a social club to chew the fat & have a beer with his new good ole boy friends in Mississippi Burning.


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10-03-2013 , 02:41 PM
Any scene in "walk on the wild side" where you can see jane fondas arse!
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10-03-2013 , 02:43 PM
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Originally Posted by NajdorfDefense
Best, most jaw-dropping denouement of alltime, De Palma's Blowout:
http://youtu.be/3NCfeMAZ4xA?t=1h39m04s

about 5 minutes. You have to watch to the final shot of Travolta.
Blow out is just a great movie.... if you can get past the annoying hooker voice.
I think i am going to have to get this movie on BD
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10-03-2013 , 02:44 PM
Or Mathilda May's breasts in Life Force. What a magnificent sight.
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10-04-2013 , 09:40 AM
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Originally Posted by diebitter
Or Mathilda May's breasts in Life Force. What a magnificent sight.
This^

they just released LF on bluray... I miss steve railsback


-Charlie
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10-04-2013 , 07:04 PM
This is one of my favourite plot-revelation scenes (explains why Christian Bale's character suffers from terrible insomnia) , very emotional.

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10-04-2013 , 07:43 PM
Hoosiers Jimmy "I'll make it."
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10-04-2013 , 11:45 PM
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Originally Posted by diebitter
Or Mathilda May's breasts in Life Force. What a magnificent sight.


good lord was that woman stunning. Never have I seen such perfect breast matched with one of the most gorgeous faces I've ever seen.
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10-04-2013 , 11:54 PM
One scene that never fails to make me all teary is the end of Cinema Paradiso, when the Director in the film plays back the various edited-out kisses from those ceensored movies of his childhood - the ones his old mentor willed him after the mentor's death.
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10-05-2013 , 10:46 AM
From Seven Psychopaths, Walken being cool as always.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KsQq_w1jt5A


You should watch this movie.
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10-08-2013 , 04:23 PM
Scarface

You wana play rough?! ok I play rough!
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10-09-2013 , 10:08 PM
Suck @ embedding. Have tried everything, but anyways

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=piOTzME87Dg
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10-13-2013 , 11:00 PM
The opening bedroom scene in Old School. Priceless, followed by the kitchen, then the knock on the door...

but really this one:

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10-14-2013 , 01:36 AM
Don't watch if you haven't seen Sophie's Choice yet.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DZ9bht5H2p4
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