What are some of your favorite movie scenes of all-time? (That fall within the bounds of the forum Rules & Guidelines) Here are a couple of mine:
"You gotta be one of the good guys, son, 'cause there's way too many of the bad." - John Custer to his son Jesse.
"It is when people forget GOD, that tyrants forge their chains." ~ Patrick Henry 1775
Deadpool spelling francis's name at the end of the movie, or counts down the 12 bullets at the start of the movie, would post a video for either, but both would break i think every forum rule.
"Let's get on our knees and pray. I don't know to whom. Is there a patron saint of ballistics?"-Adam Savage
Its never wrong, it just hasn't been fixed right yet. -TSH
If Guns Kill People. I guess Pencils misspell words, Cars drive drunk & Spoons make people fat.....
Bad video quality, but this is the only clip I could find that had (almost) the entire chase scene.
First one to cross my mind was the car wash scene from Cool Hand Luke. I'll not post a link just incase it is deemed non acceptable.
The closing credits on any Kevin Costner movie.
Life is short.
Make sure you spend as much time as possible
on the internet arguing with strangers about politics.
The end of Unforgiven or The Godfather baptism scene.
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A dog is the only thing on earth that loves you more than he loves himself. Josh Billings
One good thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain. Bob Marley
To conquer a nation, first disarm it's citizens. Adolf Hitler
I like my whisky old and my women young. Errol Flynn
John Wayne in The Conqueror in the scene where he enters the yurt walking like only John Wayne could,then looks up at Agnes Moorehead and says, "Hail, Mother."
Cracks me up every single time I see it.
Everybody hates the movie but I think it just proves that The Duke could do comedy, too.
Student of the ancient Chinese art of Bang Pow.
Gun Shui adviser
"Civilized men are more discourteous than savages because they know they can be impolite without having their skulls split, as a general thing." Robert E. Howard, "The Tower of the Elephant" (1933)
Make 2020 the year of MABA- Make Alex Bartend Again.
Don't hate me because you don't live in Alabama...
Since we're on the subject of Midwestern cities (Chicago above) here's one of my favorites, only because I was born & raised there (Detroit)...
From the 1970's cult classic: The Kentucky Fried Movie