#6 Buildings Scene (Fight Club) !!!SPOILERS!!!

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The poetic ending to one of the greatest movies of all time unfortunately just misses my top 5 favorite scenes. It’s the greatest scene in the movie and  one of the greatest scenes of all time. The movie is brilliantly acted by all, but each character is perfectly executed especially in this scene. Scroll down to enjoy it, but do not watch if you have not seen the movie.

Best Character: Tyler Durden

Best Quote: “Not your head Tyler, our head”

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#7 Breakfast Scene (Pulp Fiction)

Probably the funniest and most memorable scene of the movie. Its perfectly directed to have both tension and hilarious quotes. Fantastic scene.

Best Character: Jules

Best Quote: ” English motha fucka, do you speak it?”

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Australia Review

I saw this movie about a week ago and I apologize for the time it took me to finally post it, but honestly because of its length , it is a lot to take in. Unfortunately the fact that there’s a lot to take in has nothing to do with much thought or moral criticism in the movie. First of all, I don’t know why, but I hated the beginning of the movie, it was corny in the way the plane traveled the map to get to Australia and the whole kangaroo sequence was incredibly annoying and not at all as comical as it was trying to be. Fortunately the movie picked up and was much better than I thought it would be after watching the first 20 minutes. I finally walked out of the theater with a sense that I had just seen decent, but over-long movie that tried way too hard to be an epic romance tale, but in a way failed, while with a few changes and some good editing could’ve actually slightly succeeded. 

The movie follows the story of a rich wife of a landowner from Australia who inherits land from her husband the size of Maryland. Instead of selling the land like she went there to do, she instead attempts to trek the cattle through Australia with the help of a new found love interest known as “The Drover” and a newly found half white and half black son. They end up being seperated by war and attempt to find each other again. What bothered me the most was the way the movie was narrated by the boy the whole time during the entire 3 hour movie, where instead we could’ve just watched the movie and figure it out for ourselves. Also, the whole magic aspect of the movie was highly annoying and unrealistic. 

There were a few things I did enjoy very much so about this film. I enjoyed the acting by both leading thespians I’ve always liked both Nicole Kidman and Hugh Jackman and their parts in this movie sustain my liking for both. The movie was visually fantastic. The whole movie reminded me of the “By The Sea” song in Sweeney Todd. You’d know exactly what I mean if you were to see the movie. The really big criticism I have is its length that wasn’t needed in the slightest. There are movies with a lot deeper and morally important stories that are told in a 2 hour time span. 3 hours was just  a way for the movie makers to make the film look like its an epic oscar contender when its anything but. I also hated the stereotypical way the movie killed off an amazing amount of characters, but kept alive only the important ones. For fans like me of the epic genre, you’ve been warned, I only pray that The Curious Case of Benjamin Button can perfectly pull off the epic tone that this film was trying so hard for.

Grade: C

#8 Coin Toss Scene (No Country for Old Men)

This is a relatively new scene, but its intensity will make it go down in time as a classic. It gets your heart pumping every time.

Best Character: Anton Chigurh

Best Quote: “Other wise it’ll get mixed in with the others and become just a coin, which it is”

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The Dark Knight Auditions

I just watched a hilarious video on youtube and I just had to post it on my site. It’s called The Dark Knight Auditions and it’s incredibly funny. 

Check it out here:

Sure it makes fun of the greatest  movie ever, but atleast it doesn’t make fun of the greatest character ever.

#9 Jail Scene (Unforgiven)

Gene Hackman gives the oscar winning performance of a life time and because of his brilliant performance, this scene is all the more intense and worthy of any top ten scene list.

Best Character: Little Bill

Best Quote: “It’s a good thing you didn’t take the gun Bob, I woulda killed ya”

Scene:

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http://www.blinkbox.com/Movies/29038/Unforgiven?Scene=24769