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Thu, Apr 26, 2018 1:16 AM

Live Poll: Most Intense Movie Scenes

There are some movie scenes that make you hold your breath because it's so intense... you feel like you're there... you feel like excited for that and when you get that feeling you already know you'll never forget that scene. These moments are kinda cinematographic pleasure.

Which one of these movie scenes left you more amazed?

List: https://www.imdb.com/list/ls026113818/
Poll: https://www.imdb.com/poll/GLVEom_N0DQ/

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P:s: I am not particularly including shootings on this poll.
I wanted to include the "Strudel Scene" in Inglourious Basterds and the "Coin Toss" in No Country for Old Men but i have not found images of these scenes so i had to request to add the images of these scenes on the Contribution. When i these images are aproved i will include on this list.

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José,

I like the concept behind your poll. However, I would like to see comments from other poll authors and users on your choices for intense scenes. I hope they may be able to supply other scenes that meet your criteria.

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Saving Pvt Ryan

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C'mon guys, suggestions?

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Saving Pvt Ryan

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Stephen N Russell you already said that, is a suggestion or a choice of this scenes?

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3 y ago

Choice of scene. my bad

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I don't know if this will meet your criteria
This scene https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0335345/mediaviewer/rm3653376768

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I just think about Sommerset, John Doe and Mills at the showdown at the field of the wire pylons, receiving a parcel with ... 'Seven'. ;)

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I got a few scenes in the head, which felt pretty intense for me. But warning: There are a few spoilers ahead. If you don't know a movie and read the name, don't look at the sentence below. It could spoil you if you haven't seen the movie.



Saw:

The end of 'Saw'.


The Truman Show:

Truman's last time saying goodbye in 'The Truman Show'.


Robocop:

The first demonstration of a mechanical cop in 'Robocop', making hackmeat on the presentationtable by a Robot using two guns on a ceo.


The Sixth Sense:

Dr. Malcolm Crowe discovering he's not alive anymore at 'The sixth sense'.


Saving Private Ryan:

The landing in the Normandy


Ghost Ship:

The intro-scene on deck. The body-cutting cable.


Shutter Island:

When Teddy Daniels realises, he killed his wive and that he is an inmate in real.


Shawshank Redemption:

When Andy gets out of Jail and the director kills himself.


Buried (R.Reynolds):

The whole movie.


Hannibal:

The dinner Scene.


Scream:

The psychopath's revealing scene.


Interstellar:

The spaceship-docking-scene, after Dr. Man went nuts. When Cooper docks the turning shuttle on.


2010:

The Space-ballet.


Phone-Booth:

Many Scenes, but specially the one, when Stu Shepard reveals the truth about his lousy life and yells at the shooter.



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3 y ago

I know it is might be a bit to mainstream for this poll, but I would like to suggest the Qucksilver scene from X-Men: Apocalypse (2016), one of the most immersive and jaw-dropping scenes I have seen in a few recent years. 

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How about Harry Powell and Willa Harper's wedding night in Night of the Hunter?
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0048424/mediaviewer/rm918928128

I wanted Harry Powell descending the stairs, but I couldn't find a picture of it.

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Thank you for the 'suggested by' notes. I should do that in my p.s., too. :D

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examine the remake of Pappillion coming soon, very intense vs orig in 70s.

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I personally think that the term "intense" is too broad for your poll's good, intensity can go in so many directions, it can be stressful, exhilarating, spellbinding, suspenseful, and even with one specific idea of intensity, I think I can come up with 100 classic scenes that could be described as intense... when you think about it, every climax in a film is intense in a way or another, or every good film has at least one intense scene. 

I think the only solution would either to focus on a special genre, or a certain category of films (Top 250 for instance) or ask us which scene do we personally consider the most intense.