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“Historically speaking, I think when everything is suddenly in color in “The Wizard of Oz,” after the first few scenes were in sepia. That technology was revolutionary for the time.”

 

gingerjameson69

 

2

“12 Angry Men. Juror #3’s breakdown leading to changing his vote.”

 

Goodwin_E

 

3

“The opening of Star Wars, imo.”

 

rjjm88

 

4

“The Flight of the valkyries scene from Apocalypse Now. Kilgore’s air cavalry taking Charlie’s point.”

 

endofthehold

 

5

“The point where you’re introduced to the dinosaurs of Jurassic Park. A turning point of CGI in movies along side the amazing score. Still gives me goose bumps.”

 

tasar_

 

 

 

6

“Gladiator: Russell Crowe revealing himself as Maximus to Commodus in the arena was pretty legit.”

 

GhostOfJackPearson

 

7

“You need me on that wall” A Few Good Men. Hands down the best scene!”

 

Vrenski

 

8

“When the shooting stops in Children of Men”

 

Xlcxtrxz

 

9

“The multiplane camera 3D effect in Snow White. Revolutionary. And this was all drawn and painted by hand!”

 

Drink-my-koolaid

 

10

“The opening of Saving Private Ryan, the camera holds on several faces aboard the landing craft, leading the audience to believe these would be the protagonists, the main cast members. Then you see one of them get nailed right in the forehead by enemy fire as soon as the doors open. Now you don’t know who is going to live or die, except for maybe Tom Hanks.”

 

the2belo

 

 

 

11

“George punching Biff”

 

princejoopie

 

12
 

“The entire first scene of The Dark Knight. The bank scene.”

 

RodamusLong

 

13

”Smile you son of a..”

 

ETTConnor

 

14

“When Andy crawls out of the sewage pipe and stands in the rain.”

 

tobypruett

 

15

“YOU. SHALL NOT. PASS!”

 

gnome_of_the_damned

 

16

“Terminator 2 – the hallway scene at the mall where Arnie says “get down”

 

Onthetins

 

17

“The graveyard scene in The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly. I’ve shown my kids a movie every Friday night since my oldest was 3 (11 now), and that’s our favorite. I can pull it up at any random time and everyone will stop what they are doing and silently watch it. Eli Wallach as Tuco is the greatest anti-hero and one of the greatest performances in film history.”

 

eligodfrey

 

18

“Matrix, it’s gotta be bullet time. That scene had jaws on the floor.”

 

ThreeDucksInAManSuit

 

9

“Psycho, shower scene.”

 

MonkeyDavid

 

20

“The kaiser soze reveal in the Usual Suspects, surely?”

 

MandoBhebhe92

 

21

“Charlie Chaplin – Final Speech from The Great Dictator. For me what makes this moment so legendary is the fact that sound in cinema was implemented around 1927. When this movie came out in 1940 it was the first time that Chaplin spoke in his films. During those 13 years in between he kept making silent movies, or never spoke in them. So when Chaplin decided to speak in his films, it wasn’t because of technological advancement, it was because HE HAD A MESSAGE TO SPREAD.”

 

Mon_Flowers

 

22

“Final scene of Fight Club, when Where is my Mind starts playing”

 

Jeebabadoo

 

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