People share the best movie scenes ever shot


“It’s when Dorothy steps out of the Technicolor house and into a new world The Wizard of Oz. It changed the movie. The emotional aspect is unreal. That scene is engraved forever.”


“The opening scene of High. This montage of a life together was pure poetry.”


“The night vision sequence in The silence of the Lambs is great excitement.”


“The hanging scene in Jojo rabbit. The structure and timing are perfect…the way the movie makes you sad, then it makes you nervous, then it makes you laugh, then it floats for a few minutes before it gets in your gut kicks. It’s brilliant.”


Goodfellas. ‘You’re a funny guy.’ You could release that tension. Great scene.”


“Truman finally recognizes his reality and tries to escape it The Truman Show.”


“No matter how obnoxious I find Tom Cruise to be watching him question Jack Nicholson A few good men is mesmerizing every time I look at it.”


The Prince’s Bride. ‘Hi. My name is Inigo Montoya. you killed my father Prepare to die.'”


“When the T-Rex showed up Jurassic Park.”


“Say goodbye and cross the Red Sea The Prince of Egypt. The most beautiful animation I’ve ever seen.”


“The opening scene of Inglourious Basterds.”


“The scene inside Airplanes, Trains & Cars where Neal realizes Del’s wife is dead and he has no one to go home to on Thanksgiving.”


“Why didn’t anyone mention Charlie Chaplin’s speech at the end? The great dictator?”


“The scene where the rabbit kills the knights at the end Monty Python and the Holy Grail.”


“Darcy walks towards Elizabeth in the field at sunrise Pride and Prejudice (2005).”


“The end of The Shawshank Redemption was pretty good.”


“The scene at the beginning of pulp fiction with Samuel L. Jackson and the royale with cheese.”


And finally: “The scene in Ratatouille where Ego tastes the dish and has the flashback.”

What movie (or TV) scenes do you think are absolutely perfect from start to finish? Tell us about it in the comments!

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