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Share your favorite movie scenes

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Sir Wearer of Hats

Far warning, I never liked the whole “Doctor of War” or “the warrior” nonsense they added to the character under RTD or Moffat, but ... it adds such poignancy and weight to this scene. Any of the others could have said it, true, but it really does work with a post-War Doctor.

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GlitterRose

I know it's lousy quality, but I like this scene.

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Jujo-jo

Watch "Sudden Impact - Go ahead, make my day - Clint Eastwood as Harry Callahan" on YouTube

 

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Scholar4Truth

From Day Of The Dead (1985).

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Tuco's Gas

From the movie True Romance...

To setup the scene for those who haven't seen it: Christopher Walken is a Mafioso crime boss looking for Clarence, played by Christian Slater, who is Dennis Hopper's son. Hopper of course isn't about to tell him, thus he knows he's about to die. So he decides to go out with a flourish. Enjoy!

 

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jethrofloyd

Sword vs Gun :nw:

 

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Blue Star

 

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On 2/10/2020 at 5:19 PM, Blue Star said:

 

Its ironic that he gave this speech while dressed as Hitler/Nazi. But he did it to shock people to get their attention so they would hear his words. And if he were to do this today many would have accused him of being a Nazi and hater of Jews. In fact if I recall many did when this was shown in his day.

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'Walt' E. Kurtz

 

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