Top Ten Best Moments in The Outsiders

Yeah... I read it twice, watched the movie and now I shall fangirl
The Top Ten
1 Johnny and Ponyboy save the kids in the church

It was sad but awesome

2 Ponyboy reads the note Johnny left him

Unquestionably the most voluptuously executed occasion because of the orgasmic concept behind it.

That was a sad, but very honest scene. It showed one last bit of Johnny before we really had to say good bye.

This was such a sad scene for me... I loved Johnny. He was the best character and he died.

It was so sad but I loved it!

3 Pony and Johnny befriend Cherry and Marcia

Notice that I've put Johnny and Ponyboy in literally every item so far.

Good book. This was when it actually got interesting so it gets my vote

4 Johnny's death

Can I also just say this:
In english we had a quiz/worksheet about it and the kids hadn't even read up to chapter six. I had obviously read it twice s it didn't matter but still. one of the question sliterally said that Johnny died and well, the girl who sits next to me is the only other kid in my class who read it and she freaked out and we cried for a solid 30 seconds

I'm not the type of person that cries easily speially in books or movies but I think this is the first time I cried in a book and movie.

And when I say best I don't mean
"YAY he died! " I mean
"Why, Johnny?! I loved you and now you died! "

Gone too soon

5 Dally's death

This was a very meaningful part in the story. Notice how his last word was "Pony" not "Johnny". This shows how he loved more than one person. He doesn't love people just because their rich or anything. He loves them to love them though he doesn't show it.

I was so sad after this scene. Johnny saw dally as a hero and dally just wanted to live up to that. After Johnny dies, dally gives up. He only lived for Johnny and now he's gone.

Because it was kinda sad but he was not bad but the death of Johnny, made him kill himself because he cared about Johnny.

Dally's death really meant something to the story. It showed that even tough people can care about people.

6 Sodapop gets upset that Darry and Ponyboy always fight

At the end when it shows the brotherly love was one of my favorite parts.

7 Ponyboy gets beaten up by the Socs

Ok now I think you are choosing random scenes from the film. What's next? The part where they see the drive in movie?

This actually was an interesting scene because don't the socs go for Johnny all the time instead

8 Ponyboy runs away

Basically the part where the story began unfolding.

9 Nothing gold can stay
10 Johnny kills Bob

A huge turning point for the novel. It definitely showed a change in Johnny's character.

It was a big change in the book and the was an exciting part of the novel.

The Contenders
11 The rumble
12 Cherry and Ponyboy's dirty scene

I liked it. A lot.

13 Ponyboy, Darry, and Sodapop reunite after Ponyboy and Johnny saved the kids in the church.

This is the best

It shows that Darry did actually care about Ponyboy after all

14 Ponyboy explains Sodapop's horse Mickey Mouse
15 Cherry gets super mad at Dally

It was my favourite moment in the outsiders I almost cried laughing.

16 The Greasers won the Rumble
17 Darry slaps Ponyboy
18 Dallas falls out of his chair at the movie theater

I nearly died from laughing, and even Johnny and Ponyboy were laughing at him

19 The “When I walked out into the bright sunlight from the darkness of the movie house, I had only two things on my mind, Paul Newman, and a ride home.” Scene
20 S.E. Hinton makes a cameo in Dallas' hospital room and Dally yells at her

I almost cried laughing when this happened.

21 Randy comes to visit Pony
22 When they got ready for the rumble
23 Dally planned to rob the grocery store
24 Johnny stabs Bob, and covers the switchblade with grass and dirt
25 When Two-Bit makes fun of the Soc's pants
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