The best scene ever in movie history?

 


If anyone has any rational, sensible and coherent reason why this scene is not the very best scene ever (EVER) in movie history, then I would like to hear it.

Best ending? Sure (we all know that). Best high five? ER, OBVIOUSLY. But I think this piece of cinematic genius does also – in fact – take the prize for best scene ever in movie history.

Watch for yourself and see. And be sure to enjoy the 80s ‘corny ending of a film’ music that is reminiscent of any John Hughes movie.

See? Best scene ever in movie history. I knew I’d win you over. High five!

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21 Responses to The best scene ever in movie history?

  1. Oh man, where do I even begin? The final scene of “North By Northwest”; the scene in “All About Eve” where Bette Davis as Margo Channing turns while going up the stairs and says “Fasten your seat belts. It’s going to be a bumpy night.”; the scene in “Gone With The Wind” where Rhett Butler says his final words to Scarlett: “Frankly my dear, I don’t give a damn.”; just about every scene in: “The Wizard of Oz”; “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” and “The Graduate” to name just a few that come to my mind.

  2. I’ve never liked ‘Sly’ 😀

  3. Lloyd Marken says:

    Haha. Not the best but pretty good. 🙂

  4. johnrieber says:

    Hilarious. Since you brought up Sylvester Stallone, I have met him several times and he is one of the nicest, most self-effacing people you will meet. He’s funny, relaxed, and generous with his time. I just wish I had been on set when they decided to make this shot the end of the film!

  5. Kevin says:

    Perhaps not best scene, but definitely best ending to a film. Now I need to go see Tango & Cash again.

    I’ve always liked that scene from Men in Black where Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones discuss the nature of secrecy and Will Smith says, why not come forward with it, people are smart. And Tommy Lee says “a person is smart. People are dumb, dangerous animals and you know it!”

    Always loved that scene for how true it is.

  6. beetleypete says:

    Err…OK, I won’t say it…
    As ever, Pete. XXX

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