#2 Milkshake Scene (There Will Be Blood) !!!SPOILERS!!!

 

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It is very sad for me to have to put this at number 2 because this is so close to number 1 that it is basically a tie. This is the greatest ending in film and the second greatest scene ever put onto the silver screen. It’s in a long movie that pushes almost 2 hours and 40 minutes, but the whole movie is just exercise, a lead up if you will, to this one final breath-taking scene. The movie has Daniel Day-Lewis in his best role and this is by far his best scene. See the entire movie before watching this scene, you will not regret it.

Best Character: Daniel Plainview

Best Quote: “I DRINK YOUR MILKSHAKE!!! (SLURP) I DRINK IT UP!!!

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#3 The Joker’s Final Scene (The Dark Knight) !!!SPOILERS!!!

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The Joker is by far not only the greatest villain in film history, but also the greatest character. His final scene is fantastically climactic and above all epic. The Joker is thrown off a building and he laughs hysterically. He is then saved by his greatest enemy and they have their final confrontation in which he utters the greatest quote in the film and one of the greatest in history. The scene is memorable one and it saddens you even greater for the loss of a spectacular actor.

Best Quote: “You, you just couldn’t let me go could you? This is what happens when an unstoppable force meets an immovable object. You won’t kill me out of some misplaced sense of self-righteousness and I won’t kill you because you’re just too much fun. I get the feeling you and I are destined to do this forever.”

Best Character: The Joker

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Curious Case of Benjamin Button Review

Very few times in the history of film has there ever been, or ever will be, a film so monumentally beautiful, both physically and mentally. The Curious Case of Benjamin Button was so vividly told that even knowing from the beginning that it was a fantasy film, it still felt so real. At no point during this almost three hour movie did I once want it to end. It was a long movie that felt short because it brilliantly depicted an 80 year life. You’re not going to want to miss this one.

The Curious Case of Benjamin Button is a fantastic tale of a boy born at the age of 80 and ages backwards until his death at the age of 0. Its a spectacle of a story about a man’s unique life and love. Its hard to put into words, the lasting affect that this movie holds on you. You need to see for yourself and feel every feeling that Benjamin feels. He’s an innocent and kind man aging mentally and growing younger physically. We learn to love him early on and we as an audience journey through life with him, meeting many different people, experiencing many different adventures, and being saddened when he’s not old enough to speak.

This film is getting a lot of well-deserved Oscar buzz at the moment. It’s front-runner for Writing, Directing, and even Best Picture, and yes it probably will win the oscar for Best Picture. This is a brilliant movie and it would be a well-deserved oscar. David Fincher needs some recognition for once. He’s directed classics from Fight Club to SE7EN and now this is his newest work of genius. 

What’s so spectacular about Benjamin Button is that from the get go, you can tell that it’s a wonderful story begging to be told. It’s manages to have an incredible texture and beauty  that makes it an epic materpiece, but it doesn’t force itself upon you. It tells its amazing story with David Fincher at the helm and Brad Pitt acting to perfection. It tells its amazing story quite flawlessly and with every passing minute you say to yourself that this beautiful story could be told in many different ways, but no possible could it have been told better than this. The Curious Case of Benjamin Button is a phenomenon in film form. An awe-inspiring, graceful, work of art that will never be forgot in the pages of historical cinema.

Grade: A+

Slumdog Millionaire Review

Slumdog Millionaire is a wonderful tale, so originally told, about life, love and, most of all, destiny. What drew me to Slumdog Millionaire was the fact that its such an original and yet entertaining idea. I could tell there was a good story here, but you would need the right storyteller/director and that’s just what they got with Trainspotting’s own, Danny Boyle. Visually the movie was incredible, which is surprising because hearing about the movie it doesn’t sound that visually appealing to the eye. Danny Boyle expertly used different angles and color to make these slums look both dirty and beautiful. 

Slumdog Millionaire is the story of a young “slumdog” named Jamal Malik whose participating in an Indian version of the show Who Wants To Be A Millionaire. One question away from the top prize, the show runs out of time. Jamal is roughly interrogated by police to tell them if/how he cheated. All are skeptical because not even doctors or lawyers could make it this far. Jamal explains how he knew each individual answer through different expiriances he’s faced in his past life. We then see how Jamal grew up and went through many events that all helped him later in this very show. 

Jamal tells a believable and epic tale of his life and love, but the question that still remains is why is this show so important to a boy who seems to have no care for materials or money. That and many more questions are answered in the coming-of-age story of Slumdog Millionaire. The acting is top-notch and with no big name actors the movie seems more real in the mind of an audience member. This movie has something for everyone and it will be enjoyed by anyone, you might think I’ve given away a lot, but what I’ve said is revealed in the first 5 minutes. This film has been getting a lot of well-deserved oscar buzz and I agree that the movie should be nominated, but sadly it does not deserve the win.

Grade: A+

#4 Diner Scene (Pulp Fiction) !!!SPOILERS!!!

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Pulp Fiction is an incredible movie the whole way through because it’s a masterpiece of memorable dialogue, characters, and above all, scenes. This is by far the greatest scene in the movie and one of the greatest in history. It’s philisophical, dramatic and even pretty funny in the beginning. Its a fantastic ending to a fantastic movie and please do not watch if you have not seen the movie.

Best Character: Jules

Best Quote: “I’m tryin real hard, to be the shepard.”

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#5 All Work And No Play Makes Jack A Dull Boy Scene (The Shining) !!!SPOILERS!!!

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The Shining is by far the greatest horror movie on the planet and this scene is nothing short of a masterpiece. It’s the scene that finally shows the insenity of the villain to his innocent family. An immensely frightening scene.

Best Character: Jack Torrence

Best Quote: “I’m just gonna bash your brains in, I’m just gonna bash ’em right the fuck in.”

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