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People Share Their Favorite Movie Scenes Of All Time and They're Unforgettable

People Share Their Favorite Movie Scenes Of All Time and They're Unforgettable

Have you seen all of these films?

Not all movies are created equal. Some films contain very memorable scenes that compel us to get back to them from time to time. 

Reddit user u/page395 asked the community about their favorite movie scenes of all time, and it's quite easy to see why they are so memorable. We've compiled a list of some of the best answers and made sure to accompany them with a short video of the particular scenes for you to enjoy. 

Whether it is heart-wrenching, pulse-racing, mind-bending, or simply too aesthetically beautiful, these scenes had definitely captured people's attention putting them on top of their list.

Check them out!

1. "The scene from Once Upon a Time in America where a boy buys a cupcake and brings it to a girl he knows in exchange for losing his virginity."

"He knocks on the door, and the girl's mom answers and tells him she's getting out of the bath. He sits down on the steps to wait, but after a while, the cupcake proves more attractive than sex, and he wolfs it down while waiting for her. It's a hilarious and very human scene."

-u/DrScientist812



 

2.The train scene in The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford.

-u/2001_



 

3. "The ending to the first Saw film is one of my all-time favorites. The music, the reveal, everything worked great together. Very memorable."

-u/emf3rd31495



 

4. "One that I keep coming back to is the scene in Forrest Gump where Forrest finds out that he has a son."

-u/ewic



 

5. "The opening of Coraline. Like the film in general, it is underrated in how amazing it truly is"

-u/untakenu



 

6. "The chase/saying goodbye scene in E.T."

-u/msdashwood



 

7. The interrogation scene from The Dark Knight. Slowly seeing Joker show that Batman can't break him really shows why Heath Ledger is the best Joker.

-u/mofolegendama



 

8. "The ending scene of The Truman Show."

"Was nothing real?"

"You were real."

The music, acting, symbolism, cinematography, everything is so great. The one thing I don't like is the very end, I would've preferred if it ended simply on a shot of the empty doorway.- u/Soliantu



 

9. "Opening scene of Inglorious Basterds"

-u/BigHemi45



 

10. "The scene in interstellar when cooper gets back to the endurance from the water planet and watches 20 years worth of messages from his children,"

-u/BarristanThaBold



 

11. "The Godfather ending scene, when Michael assumes the Godfather position, and we see it clearly how radical was his transformation during the movie."

-u/Cintilante 



 

12. "The bank shootout from Heat"

-u/earhere



 

13. "The scene in Vertigo where Judy walks out of the bathroom looking exactly like Madeline. It's magnificently shot, and the score by Bernard Herrmann is chilling."

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15. "My friends, you bow to no one." (The Lord Of The Rings)

-u/dovetc



 

What is your favorite movie scene of all time, and why? Let us know in the comments. 

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