Friday, November 26, 2010

Top 5 Ultimate Movie Scenes of All Time That

...Did Not Make It to the First List.

So, based on my fellow movie-buff and friend Waleed, I decided to share 5 more of the most interesting moments in film.

5: Don't Interrupt Me from American Beauty:
Acted with stark honesty and true anger, this scene remains one of my favorites.

4: Heeeere's Johnny from The Shining:
Kubrick's The Shining is a movie that remains a horror classic. It's creative, new, haunting and dark. To me, it defines the horror genre, and this scene here with Jack Nicholson's masterful acting provides one of the most interesting scenes of horror history:

3: You Can't Handle the Truth from A Few Good Men:
Jack Nicholson cracks down, Jack Nicholson style, from A Few Good Men. A scene worthy of the Oscar he received for the role:

2: Larry Gopnik's Question from A Serious Man:
A scene that is comic, dark, desperate and sad. Performed with sincerity and mastery and directed by masters Ethan and Joel Coen.

1: Malkovich-Malkovich Scene from Being John Malkovich:
This Charlie Kaufman masterpiece is everything a movie should be. It is the reason I still watch movies. This scene here is one of the most creative scenes in movie history and depicts John Malkovich walking into his own mind. Hope you enjoy it as much as I did.

Until we meet later, take care and check this if you have not already.

God bless!

1 comment:

The Movie Ghoul said...

Great list, nice to see two jack nicholson scenes in this top 5