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Don't know whether many people have seen Ghost Ship but the opening scene of that film is shit hot, its a bit of a gory start but it grabs your attention staright away. Good film aswell.
Heh, yeah I've seen that one.
I haven't thought about best scenes before.
The "Larry" scene from The Big Lebowski is cool.
I tell you what has got a load of vicious death scenes in it, Hollow Man. Its not to bad that film. What would you do if you where invisible?
Probably get frozen by liquid nitrogen...
If I was invisible, I would probably walk the same way I do now.
People in London march around ignoring others, expecting you to get out of their way. Snobs!
Other than that I would avoid the freezing process and go to places normally not allowed to like the top of Canary Wharf tower.
Free train rides!
A nice picture to anyone who gets what I was referring to... Zyg, I thought you'd get that... tut tut!
You where refering to Zygalski when he said 'i'll be back'
The liquid Nitrogen scene is from the Terminator 2 film where the T1000 gets frozen.
Nope. It's more direct than that.
ah right....f**k it then!
ok this thread got me a bit lost but if i was invisible id prolly get really really bored. but i might have fun givin some of my teachers nervous break downs.
reb mate you were too cryptic!
You wanted to be an invisible statue?
Please explain what you meant.
BTW, bluescouse, at first I was reading your name as rhyming with "Blues Clues" but I got it in the end!
I did that too, like I kept reading "Tim Edwins" as "Timed Wins".
Back to topic, wouldn't it get a bit cold having to walk around naked all the time?
I did the same with Tim at first.
Maybe some still do!
It's OK. You get the clothes you were turned invisible in.
Or any clothes you choose to wear turn invisible too.
Talk about reading things wrong!!! I thought bluescouse was asking what you would do if you were invincible (not invisible!!!).
mambo jambo, i did the same thing! but felt really stupid cos i thought i was the only one, but now im happy!
rebusrahman i edited my post a while ago so that it says 'invisible' not 'invincible'. TAXI!
So I wasn't misreading things! Ur just trying to screw with my mind! And no, it's not Taxi.
I though he may have mis-spelt 'invisible' at first but I thought my initial repsonse would have cleared things up.
So what would anyone else do?
Knowing me i would either do practical jokes (e.g pants down to someone who's pissed me off preferably in a public place) or sneak into PES game boardroom and accidently leave my suggestions on the chief exec's desk and if that doesn't work i'll just rob a bank
It'd be strange to see money floating away.
I would'nt simply take the money there's a method to my madness i would wait all day in the bank working out everthing alarms, sercurity codes, guards, safe combination, time locks etc..
nice to know theres another blue nose on this site that likes the same stuff as i do!
Are you lads going to share pics of your hubcap collection?!
I bet i've got a better one! lol. ;)
Originally posted by bluescouse
nice to know theres another blue nose on this site that likes the same shit as i do!
So you think Everton are shit like all of us?
hey lad you've seriously gotta start reading these posts properly, you may wanna get your eyes checked at the opticians. lol
I know I would if I had to sit thru an Everton game! lol!
Seriously though, r the Toffees meant to be signing anyone during the closed season? I saw some talk of Alex Nyarko coming back?
yeah thats true about Nyarko but i hope Davie Moyes gets his act together soon and signs someone. I hope we sign Koumas from West Brom. I'd have Macca aswell.
What about Jason Roberts? I think you may need one more striker? And you need a couple of DFs?
Let's keep it in terms of PES now.
Do you mean DMFs or CBs?
We need midfielders more than anything.
I thought you needed 1/2 CBs, 1 DMF, 1 CM and maybe 1 RB?
enough with the defenders lad we dont need that many!
What do you need then, blue (All rise... All rise!)?
A little bit of extra flair in midfield we needed someone like David Dunn but we can't fuckin afford him, i think we could bide our time for a bit cause i think Dave Moyes has got the best squad avaiable to him if he gets any money thats a bonus i just can't wait for the season start so Rooney can stretch his legs!
Is Rooney only a CF or can he play OMF or SMF too?
I'm asking the blue experts.
Not a blues expert (except for Muddy Waters maybe!) but I'd say a yr or 2 and he could play OMF?
Don't Everton need a new
...and Rooney staying as CF?
Just kidding ;)
lol. fuck you:)
Put all of the Helm's Deep scenes from The Two Towers and you have one of the most epic battle scenes made.
You're a big LOTR fan then, have you read the books or just seen the films? I've only seen Two towers (yes the second one) for some stupid reason. Can't stand reading books. ever since being screwed by Minority Report which turned out to be a 43 page short storiy coupled with others. Nowhere on the cover does it state this and builds it up as a novel. £5.99 for 43 pages :mad:. Sorry had to get that off my chest :D
What about the other short stories? Weren't they any good? The LOTR books are better than the films.
The books are amazing but i'm not taking anything away from the films cause there class, i can't belive they left out Tom Bombadil he's a important character in the first book who isn't affected by ther power of the ring
Yeah, but he just talks more rubbish than I do! And the damned songs! Aaaaarghh!
any scene from pulp fiction just rocks! samuel L's ezekiel 25:17 speech is legendary. the whole 'bonnie situation' with the wolf and tarantino is amazing and the scene at the drug dealers house where mia gets that shot to her heart is electric
your close, Robinho, but no cigar. greatest scene of all time would have to be a tie between the inro to Reservoir Dogs(the cafe with tarantino going on about like a virgin and also buscemi on his views of tipping) or the scene from Interview With The Vampire where Lestat returns and plays the piano while looking devilishly crocodile-like.
Any scene that doesn't have Tarantino in is good!
Way of The Gun, at the start, a chcik starts gettin wide, Ryan Phillipe looks like his about to whack the bitches boyfriend, and starts humping the women in the face, was such a shock, but rather amusing, although, I must add, I do not condone men hitting women, it's a dispicable thing to do.
How about the train station scene in Once Upon Time in the West? Or actually the whole film!
Certain scenes in Bridge on The River Kwai are superb.
So is the whole film, in fact.
Can't stand reading books.
Blinking lights and flashy signs distract me too. :)
But, seriously, books are great but I doubt many would pass a movie for a good read.
I wish more people read books. Books help to nurture your own imagination and can be so much better than films. With a film, the advantage is that the vision is there for you instantly. But it is less open to interpretation and you are being spoonfed a package which less of the writer's original premise than a book is.
Do you work for the national reading association Reb? only jokin mate i know where your comin from i'm reading a book at momment called House Of Leaves by some dude who's name i can't pronounce Mark somthing it's a horror sort of
Yes I do! How did you know?
Jimmy The Hammer
Gotta love the infamous ear removal scene in Reservoir Dogs. Also, the part in Pulp Fiction where Butch kills Maynard with that HUGE katana and Marsellus fires a shotgun into Zed's gut. Classic stuff! The scene where Vincent shoots Marvin in the face by accident is hilarious as well.
the speech between christopher walken and dennis hopper in true romance.amazing.
also the whole keyser soze revelation.
the line up scene in the Usual Suspects
A few words "SAY HELLO TO MY LITTLE FRIEND"!!!!
De Niro and Pacino in Heat i only fully watched this film the other week when it was on tv, but i thinks it's an amazing scene the way they both respect each other professions but ultimitally know that one of them are gonna have to die
What about the scene in The Untouchables which mimicks the scene from Battleship Potempkin (I think?)
Hello Reb i havn't been on here for a while hows it goin. i'm not sure of the film your goin on about Battleship?
Hey! P-GodIII, I'm not here that often at the mo either as work is real busy. I'm talking of the finale at the end set in the station.
When the pram whizzes down the stairs? It is an "homage" to a film called Battleship Potempkin which has a similar scene. Good stuff!
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