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Great Scene Analysis- The Scenes

My second submission for “my favorite scene” is taken from the movie, “Patton.”  The scene itself is labeled, “Bound For Bastogne.”  Here’s a link to the clip:

From Larry Stimson

 It’s from the 1945 Hitchcock thriller, “Spellbound.”

From Art Kirsch

"Gentlemen. You can't fight in here. This is the War Room!"

Taxi Driver (5/8) Movie CLIP - You Talkin' to Me? (1976) HD

Louis, I think this is the beginning of a beautiful friendship- Casablanca

Dirty Harry Do You ( I ) Feel Lucky Punk? ( high quality )

You Had Me at Hello - Jerry Maguire (7/8) Movie CLIP (1996) HD

Apocalypse Now  I love the smell of napalm in the morning.

When Harry Met Sally  I'll have what she's having.


From Grace McKay-- This one is about the cinematogrphy. Mr Robot clips



From John Coleman

Je’s Sitcom Fantasy from “Scrubs”

Re SCRUBS I need to play just a few minutes of  “Saddest moments’:
To set up and contrast with “JD’s Sitmcom fantasy:
Here’s my Jessica jones Clip — Kilgrave’s commands part 1
If theres time I’ll talk about the Magnificant Seven —this great clip establishing how tough the seven are as there recruited/
And of course you can’t talk about the Magnifican Seven without the theme song…
my third choice is the famous Baptism scene/Murder scene  intercutting two story lines…a magnificent example of editing & direction

Melinda's Choice!  My choice for favorite movie scene is  The Music Man "Ya Got Trouble"  I hope no one else has the same one!

Michelle Volz:  The title of the episode is "The Deal." The scene is referred to as "The This and the That."

Here's a YouTube link:­


Seinfeld - the this and the that.wmv<>
Seinfeld - Elaine and Jerry want to combine the "this" and the "that"