The iconic scene in James Whale’s 1931 film Frankenstein where the creature (Boris Karloff) first reveals his face is etched in cinematic history. It’s a moment of suspense, horror, and a hint of pathos that sets the tone for the creature’s tragic journey.
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The scene “You Can’t Handle the Truth!” from the 1992 movie A Few Good Men is one of the most iconic in film history. It takes place in a military courtroom, where Lieutenant Daniel Kaffee (Tom Cruise) is questioning Colonel Nathan R. Jessep (Jack Nicholson)
Tony (Al Pacino) has an argument with Elvira (Michelle Pfeiffer) in a crowded restaurant. When it’s over, Tony continues his rant, calling the diners out on their moral hypocrisy.
A Protestant man proudly lectures his wife on their church’s tolerance towards contraception and having intercourse for fun, although his frustrated wife points out that they never do.
Montgomery Brogan (Edward Norton) rants about New York in a bathroom.
Anton Chigurh (Javier Bardem) initiates a coin toss to determine the fate of a chatty gas station clerk.
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The scene in Goodfellas, where Joe Pesci shoots the waiter, Spider, is like an explosion, a human explosion. We can see how anger works, and how devastatingly dangerous it can be.
On his instruction, the pair of detectives have escorted their prisoner to the middle of nowhere. One of them guards him, while the other goes to check on a cardboard box that’s just been mysteriously delivered…
It may not be the spiritual forerunner to Independence Day and Mars Attacks! — the space-travellers here actually do come in peace — but this 1951 classic’s jittery mood, epic sweep and stylised looks inspired those and plenty of other alien-arrival flicks.
The scene “Who Threw that Stone?” from the 1979 movie “Life of Brian” is a classic example of Monty Python’s irreverent humor.
As part of a police effort to suss out the workings of serial killer Buffalo Bills mind, rookie FBI Agent Clarice Starling (Foster) is assigned the task of interrogating Hannibal “The Cannibal” Lecter (Hopkins). Having extracted the information that she suffered verbal abuse from fellow prisoner Miggs (Stuart Levine) on the way in (“I can smell your cunt,” he hisses charmingly), the good Doctor turns the conversation towards fragrances of a less personal nature…
Gordon Gekko’s ‘Greed is Good’ speech in ‘Wall Street’