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    I wouldn't exactly count it as one of the best movies ever, but in Harold and Kumar escape Guantanimo Bay there is a scene in the library where Kumar smokes a J for the first time... ahh... takes me back to the good old days

    Best movie ever though... Gone with the Wind. Scene? On the stairs, when he grabs her and takes her upstairs to ravage her... damn that rhett butler for being so sexy...

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    I dig this scene. It's from Little Miss Sunshine. The scene where Dwayne learns he's colorblind and has an utter meltdown. It's one of the most hilarious scenes I've ever watched. Even though he's in such distress, the fact that the first word out of his mouth in so many months is a big "FUUUUUUUUUUUUUCK!" gets me almost every time.

    [youtube="IDWcJ-JJlVw"]Dwayne's Meltdown[/youtube]
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    For you, and I, wooo
    So people, people, need some good ol' love

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    [youtube=OHEivPHjimw]YouTube - Airplane! - "Joey, have you ever...."[/youtube]

    Joey... Do you like movies about gladiators?
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    [youtube=ExWfh6sGyso](Life of Brian extract)[/youtube]

    What have the Romans ever done for us??

    (special dedication to Bananatrombones)
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    Lackawanna Blues

    The scene where Jesse (played by Henry Simmons) "The Golden Gloves Champ" challenges Rachel "Nanny" Crosby, the community mother, played by S. Epatha Merkerson for the right to see his abused wife and children in hiding from him. Unfortunately, I do not have a movie clip from YouTube, but I do have the script dialogue!

    Ruben Jr.: Nanny! Nanny! Nanny! Ryan and Crystal's dad just...
    Jesse: <deeply, darkly> Miss Rachel, I come for my family.
    Nanny: <light, seemingly oblivious> Sit down, boy. Are you hungry? <smiles>
    Jesse: I don't need to sit down, Miss Rachel. <flexes jaw> Just tell Laura <abused wife> I said to come home.
    Nanny: <ignores Jesse's request> I got a fresh pot of neck-bones back here and some...
    Jesse: <shouting> Where's she at?!
    Nanny: <calm & business-like> Wherever she at, you're gonna have to go through me to get to her. <goading> Now go on, knock me down. Go on. If'n that's the onlyest way you know how to do things, knock Nanny down, 'cause I can handle it.
    Jesse: <annoyed by onlookers> I ain't got no beef with you, Miss Rachel. <sucks teeth, grimaces> With all due respect, you all up in-between
    me and mine.
    Nanny: <grave> No, what I'm up between, is right and wrong. <wide-eyed, angry> Now when that gal come up in here, in the middle of the night, half-dressed with her babies in tow, blood all over her swoll-up mouth, I was there for her, <fearless> and I ain't gonna turn back now. So if you wanna give me a dose of what you give her, <fiercely> bring it on. <Ruben Jr. and housemates look on fearfully> 'Cause if you ever touch that child again, baaaaabaaay, <pissed, intense> we gonna dance! <returns upright, polite> Now, when she's ready, she'll call you. I'll tell her you was here. <tension dissolving>
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    And pretty much ANY scene from Lion in Winter. God Almighty, the most glorious dialogue of any movie that ever was. Pick a scene, any scene and it's pure f*cking genius.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Uberfuhrer View Post
    The docking sequence in 2001: A Space Odyssey.
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    (Warning: This scene contains a spoiler)

    The ending from "Jacob's ladder"

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    "Der Himmel über Berlin" (Wim Wenders)

    [youtube=Wi8sYY0pCdE]Staatsbibliothek[/youtube]
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    "Yol" (Yilmaz Güney)

    [youtube=kyu0smba47g]The homecoming of a Kurdish prisoner[/youtube]

    Very complex scene to analyze, very realistic. Amazingly well-filmed.

    This movie won the Palmes d'Or at Cannes festival in 1982.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iluvstellacat View Post
    Best movie ever though... Gone with the Wind. Scene? On the stairs, when he grabs her and takes her upstairs to ravage her... damn that rhett butler for being so sexy...
    Yeah, almost as sexy as the five second sex scene in John Adams.

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