Top 10 Best Scenes of All Time

They are the scenes from films we never forget (and sometimes the only part of the movie we remember). Here are our Top 10 Best Scenes in Movie History! Subscribe:

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Explosive Acting: ­ The Deer Hunter ­- Russian Roulette
Robert DeNiro is able to express some of the most extreme human emotions to make us believe that it is a life or death situation.

Humor: Modern Times – Automatic Eating Machine
Charlie Chaplin was a comic genius, but pair him with an out of control robot and it’s a humor masterpiece.

Incredible Set Piece:­ Rear Window – Opening
A scene that gives us all the background we need to know without a single word.

Heart Wrenching: Persona – Repeated Scene
We hear a story that is so brutal and rattling but somehow manages to be beautiful too.

Simmering Tension: No Country for Old Men – Coin Toss
A scene that made us feel as threatened as the character in danger.

Slow Burn To Big Explosion: Once Upon A Time in the West – Opening
The subtlety of the banality of life lulls us into security until the screech of a train and eventually a shootout.

Hauntingly Beautiful: The Mirror – Burning House
So simple and yet it stays etched in your mind.

Action: Saving Private Ryan – Normandy Landing
A showcase of the horrors of war that leads into the greater plot of the film.

Romance: Barry Lyndon – Card Game Seduction
Like a painting brought to life.

Just Plain Conversation: The Master – Processing Scene
Complex dialog, superb editing, and skillful acting combine to form a scene that is a true masterpiece.

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  1. Not being a troll but why have you guys never shown “Pee-Wees Big Adventure” its underrated and amazing putting not Tim Burton on the map but a never before used film composer Danny Elfman from 80′ pop punk to legit movie composer.

  2. The greatest comedic scene ever committed to film is the “Wrong Train” sequence in the opening of Woody Allen’s “Stardust Memories”.

  3. The ending scene in Atonement and/or the scene the he is wrongfully accused for the crime in which he didn’t commit. Great movie overall lmao.

  4. Talk about missed opportunities! What about Kirk Douglas’s melt downs in either “Paths of Glory” or “The Bad and the Beautiful” – take your pick, or Bacall’s ‘You know how to whistle, don’t you?’ scene in “To Have or Have Not,” or William Wyler’s unforgettable (and very original) non-dialogue scene of the junked B17 start up with Dana Andrews in “The Best Years of Our Lives?” If that doesn’t get your heart pounding you’re dead! And these are just off the top of my head! How do you guys riffle through your lists without even giving these an honorable mention? And btw… I’m so sick seeing references to Good Fellas “Funny Guy” scene, I’m about to puke! Jeez!

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