What's your favorite moment in a movie? Funniest, most dramatic, uplifting, whatever. For me: 1) When Aragorn tell's the Hobbits they bow to noone. (Cheesy I know, but who wasn't affected by that?) 2) The scene where Luke finds out Vader is his father. (Cliche but true.) 3) The Mustafa joke in the original Austin Powers.(I'm VERY BADLY BURNED!)
In Spiderman 2, Peter Parker tells Mary Jane to "Punch me, I bleed!" in the most sissy voice ever. It was one of my favorite movie moments because it proved to me how lame Spiderman is. They seriously should have gotten another character to play Spiderman.
Every single time Ming The Merciless opens his mouth (from the 1980 Flash Gordon movie with Max Von Sydow).
Also the walk-off in Zoolander and, despite the rest of the moving being so overwhelmingly arse, the big lightsaber fight in The Phantom Menace.
The walk-off in Zoolander is one of the greatest movie moments of all time. That is a classic.
08'aIgnorance is not an excuse
28th November 2003
The scene in The Rock when Nicolas Cage gets down on his knees and lights those green torches.
Man it makes my skin curl.
Voice of joy and sunshine
26th May 2003
The scene in Starship Troopers where they are in bootcamp; the one with the knife, you know which one I mean. "Sir I don’t understand who needs a knife in a nuke fight anyway? All you gota' do is push a button.-- Sir." I must admit I laughed my head off the first time I saw that.
I'm way cooler than n0e (who isn't though?)
14th April 2004
the climax in the godfather
the scene where hitler signs indiana jones' diary in the last crusade
any scene with gollum in lotr
Hmm....terminator 2 when the liquid metal terminator is mixed up with all the molten metal.
Spongebob Movie when the Sing there little song!!! lol jk
1. The scene of the Mouth of Sauron in the extended edition of the Return of the King
2. The part where a German Soldier shoots the jews while they were on the ground facing down in "The Pianist"
3. D-day in "Saving Private Ryan"
4. The clean up of the bloody car with the wolf in "Pulp Fiction"
5. The fight of King Arthur and the Black Knight in "Monty Python and the Holy Grail"