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Poll Suggestion: IMDb Poll Board Favorite Movie Scene (Part 2)

IMDb Poll Board member have chosen their favorite movie scenes. Which one is your favorite?

https://www.imdb.com/list/ls551390266/

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For TV shows it is hard to pick one amazing scene because there is none For movies, it is even harder because there is an infinite amount of choices.

(That is one of the reasons I always give when people ask me why I do not watch TV shows.)

Just to cite a few amazing scenes in films (in no specific order):

1- https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0052311/mediaviewer/rm1152070400/ The opening sequence shot of Touch of evil

2- https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0053779/mediaviewer/rm3309725952/ The ending of La dolce vita

3- https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0066989/mediaviewer/rm1790086145/ The confession of Muriel in Two  English Girls

4-https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0066921/mediaviewer/rm3070138881/ The spaghetti scene in A Clockwork Orange

5- https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0072684/mediaviewer/rm345531648 The duel in Barry Lyndon

6- https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0056172/mediaviewer/rm2060338944/ The matches and rising sun scene in Lawrence of Arabia

7- https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0060107/mediaviewer/rm2836542464/ The discussion between Kirill and Theophanes the Greek in Andrei Rublev

8- https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0166924/mediaviewer/rm3677210881/ The theatre scene in Mullholland Drive

9- https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0057091/mediaviewer/rm1434685185/ Angelica and Tancredi wandering in the empty rooms in Il Gattopardo

10- https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0032976/mediaviewer/rm898639872/ Mrs. Danvers showing Rebecca's room to the new Mrs. DeWinter

11- https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0040725/mediaviewer/rm4007104257/ The Red Shoes ballet

I'm gonna wait to see what others propose before making my final choice.

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 I hoped someone would make my decision easier by picking one of my suggestions. But, anyway. There isn't a single risk that somebody (except me) will pick or vote for Muriel's confession or any other scene of Two English Girls so that is what I chose. The best film by François Truffaut, and no one talks about it.

PS: There is more than one confession in the film. That one gives an explanation on why she wears the tinted glasses. And why religion is so important to her character.

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2 years ago

It's done before, so maybe you can make a part 2 poll, with different picks.

Poll Board Recommendations: Greatest Movie Scenes

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@Hoekkie ok then, the picks from part 1 are forbidden

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" Time will tell how much I love you 〰 Christine "

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Paok, please remove that option since it was included in Part 1.

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American Gangster (2007)

Scene: "Progress"

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Smart Girl with my favorite actor, Bob Peck in Jurassic Park

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@Pencho15 What should I write in the text?

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@Paok_Kilkis

I'm not great with descriptions but it could be:

The most famous scene by my favorite actor Bob Peck and an unforgettable moment in the movie  

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I think "Clever girl" should be enough to know which scene it is?

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@Jessica You're right, it is clever not smart. I translated from Spanish which is the same word for both terms. I do believe it should be enough for those who saw the movie. 

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Bump.

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Major Kong riding the nuclear bomb

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"Cut! Who Opened the Window?" (The Kitchen Scene) when the gang find some real paranormal stuff, from Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island (1998).

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@Aris_Athanas 

Actually there are many scenes that I like, but if I choose one. Yes, I will choose the scene of Al Pacino shooting in a restaurant, in the Godfather.


Favorite scene.

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@Aris_Athanas 

Actually there are many scenes that I like, but if I choose one. Yes, I will choose the scene of Al Pacino shooting in a restaurant, in the Godfather.


Favorite scene.

This one is good but my favorite scene is when the little boy is with his grandfather and Marlon surprised him with the orange in his mouth in the garden. 

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Despite hoping for guidance in decision-making, I chose Muriel's confession from "Two English Girls" by François Truffaut. It's a gem often overlooked, my personal favorite, though sadly underrated in discussions about Truffaut's best work.

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@Aris_Athanas​ 

Looks like a spam comment. That scene was already in the list.

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@Jessica​ 

Indeed. I'm pretty sure I suggested it. Yet, it is impressive that the AI of spammer is sophisticated enough to take my comment and reformulate it before posting.

 "I hoped someone would make my decision easier by picking one of my suggestions. But, anyway. There isn't a single risk that somebody (except me) will pick or vote for Muriel's confession or any other scene of Two English Girls so that is what I chose. The best film by François Truffaut, and no one talks about it."

As you can see Ladert only reformulated my old post. Funnily enough, the spammer's reply proves wrong my comment about nobody else picking a scene from Two English Girls. 

It is also worth nothing that there are at least two confessions scene in Two English Girls. The one I picked refers to Muriel's confession to her sister. The second image chosen by Paok on behalf of Ladert refers to the confession Muriel makes to Claude. So technically, both images do not refer to the same scene.

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