Top 10 Best Movie Scenes of All Time
The best scene from probably the best movie of all time. Sam L Jackson>any other actor. Quentin Tarantino>any other director
This scene was the most perfect ending you could have had to an awesome movie. By far the most badass scene of any movie ever.
ENGLISH MOTHER *bleep*ER DO YOU SPEAK IT?!
I like how he stopped mid point just to get a cream cake he wanted. And just when he's escaped the clutches of the redcoats, Keith Richards pops up.
You will always remember this as the day you almost caught CAPTAIN Jack Sparrow.
One thing Jack Sparrow is very good at is escaping. This scene proves it.
"I'm gonna make this pencil disappear... *slams someone head on pencil* TADA, it's... it's gone..." - The Joker
Oh and the suit, it wasn't cheap. You ought to know, you bought it.
The whole movie is great... Every scene is great.
Even a much better scene than Ezekiel 25:17
The scene is almost real. I felt like I was actually there in the war, and its just so sad and astonishing to watch. Without a doubt it's the best movie scene of all time. Nothing can compare.
I remember first seeing this scene in the therature and seeing people start to vomit at the scene. it was so good that it would envoke multiple human emotions
Tom hanks weird "disease" in this scene was exceptional..
Why is this not higher? The plot twist none saw coming now engrained in people's memory forever. From the casual to the diehard fan, this scene is cherished fire how shocking it was at the time. But then Brother Lucas gave people a backstory to this plot twist no one really asked for.
IConic twist now part of pop culture
Such an amazing and plot twisting scene, that makes it so much more difficult for luke to fight later. it easily the one scene that even later generations will know and remember.
I bet Marion would've got out of there easily. if there were any shampoo or conditioner bottles in there she would have thrown those at Norman's face, knocking him out, and then getting out alive (naked! ).
I have a heart attack every time I watch this scene. Along with that horrific music.
Classic scene that made a lasting impression forever. R.I.P. Alfred Hitchcock
Beating up zombies to the tune of one of the greatest Queen tracks is certainly more entertaining than a band of washed up US troops in Normandy.
What's better than fighting zombies?
Fighting zombies to the beat of QUEEN!
(Honestly, QUEEN made this scene a whole lot better)
Shaun: Who the Hell put this on?
Ed: It's on random
Liz: For f***'s sake
Great scene where all the characters bow down to the hobbits because they are the true heroes. they fallowed and protected frodo on the quest to destroy the one ring.
It is the greatest movie scene ever.The plot became full circle by that scene.
Amazing acting of Matthew McConaughey just sent shivers down my whole body.His voice so full of emotion, frustration and helplessness.
Also, the song S.t.a.y. in the background by Hans Zimmer just connected so well with that scene. Not to forget the scientific part of the scene : The representation of the Fourth dimension, The tesseract using special effects was also so Amazing.
I agree it was epic
It's one of the greatest for one simple reason: We're worried about Tuco. All this time we've been following him on this incredible journey through the Wild West. We've seen him survive things that would kill a man. We've grown to really like him over the course of the movie. And now, watching him in a three-way showdown between Blondie and Angel Eyes, we're not sure he's going to make it.
Come on guys this is the BEST SCENE ever made! I can't get enough of this
The best triello from the best spaghetti western
This was one cool shootout scene in any movie let alone a British film! Hot Fuzz forever. Good on you Pegg and Frost.
Don't you mean the Knights Who Say "Ekke Ekke Ekke Ekke Ptang Zoo Boing"?
Robert Downey Jr must have had a whale of a time filming that scene.
It was funny seeing the Mark 42 suit misbehaving for Tony Stark.
As always a pleasue seeing Robert Downey Jr experimenting with his Iron Man suits.
Accompanied by a very soulfull version of Jingle Bells.
While preparing to leave his brother's monastery, Tuco stops by to say hello to his priest brother Pablo, whom he hasn't seen since 1853. But Pablo's welcome is less than warm, and he brings Tuco some upsetting news...
How is this number 11 this scene is pure cinema should be number one 100%
so ambiguous and thought provoking