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One of the saddest scenes I'd ever seen on a kids show. I cried a little bit as a child, still gets me watery when I watch it now.  Some of the best, deepest, and darkest storylines and character development on a kids show I've ever seen: 

 

Note: Dinobot essentially saved mankind in this scene. Also, he was going to kill himself earlier in the episode. Kids show, pfft.


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I'll give a Top 5 for each of my favorite shows:

Walking Dead:

5) Daryl kills Zombie Merle.

4) Shane kills Otis

3) Rick and Morgan's talk after reuniting in 'Clear'

2) Rick kills Shane

1) The Fall of the Prison


Breaking Bad:

5) Mike's Half Measure speech

4) Jesse's story of the box he made in high school

3) Walt kills Krazy-8

2) Walt's 'Confession' Tape

1) Jesse kills Todd


Prison Break:

5) T-Bag and C-Note gambling in the prison cafeteria

4) Tweener gunned down by Mahone

3) Michael kills Sammy

2) T-Bag during the prison riot

1) The escape from Fox River


The Sopranos:

5) Tony kills Ralphie

4) "Leave the cocksucking cheese where it is!"

3) The riot at the Columbus Statue

2) Christopher at the bakery

1) Christopher and Paulie lost in Pine Barrens
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Most scenes involving rust from true detective when he's talking to the two detectives just had me hooked


This one is brilliant


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Most scenes involving rust from true detective when he's talking to the two detectives just had me hooked


This one is brilliant

I loved both McConaughey and Harrelson's monologues, but his retort at the end of the first episode really set the mood for the series. So amazing.


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One of the saddest scenes I'd ever seen on a kids show. I cried a little bit as a child, still gets me watery when I watch it now.  Some of the best, deepest, and darkest storylines and character development on a kids show I've ever seen: 

 

Note: Dinobot essentially saved mankind in this scene. Also, he was going to kill himself earlier in the episode. Kids show, pfft.

 

Roamer, if I wasn't out of upvotes for today, I'd have hit you with one. Beast Wars was a great show, and Dinobot was a great character.

 

Man...SO many moments that I could list. I'll have to ponder this a bit more, but right off the top of my head, I have to cite this one from ANGEL:

 


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Watching re runs of friends and the one with Ross and the spray tan booth and his teeth at the end. Hilarious.
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The Red Wedding of Game of Thrones. The shock and the feels.

The Killer Within in The Walking Dead. Same as above.

The ending of the Futurama episode, "Jurassic Bark".

Really can't think of any more. There is too many, but these three stand out.
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Imagine a group of a hundred motorcycles driving down a freeway. Eventually, they hit a junction. One road goes northwest and the other goes northeast. So one guy, we'll call him S, says, "Let's go northwest!" A mile past the intersection, a semi careens into the group and kills ninety of them. Ten are wounded, but they survive and keep going. Eventually, they hit 10,000 miles. S suddenly has his consciousness thrown into his past body right before the junction. Now, he says, "Let's go northeast!" All 100 bikers survive. Happily ever after, right? But what about the ten, no nine, who went northwest and survived? What happens to the reality they were living? Does it just disappear now that S has changed the past? It's not like only bad things happened on that 10,000 miles journey. Maybe one of them fell in love with a gas station attendant and got her pregnant or maybe one adopted a homeless kid that joined the adventure. That 10,000 mile journey would be full of stories. Romances, farewells, friendships...the loss of those ninety lives is horrible and unfortunate, but would rewriting their history mean? The nine who survived lived full lives and did the best they could with the hand they were dealt. How could it be right to just erase all that? Isn't that worth something? Is there a point to a world where everything is happy? Are people who struggle for a better life just idiots? Being human is about fighting even when it seems hopeless and finding happiness in a world that hates it. Are you saying that's worthless?


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The Saw series gets a lot of crap (most of it deserved, sadly) but the first movie will always be one of my favorite thrillers and it's all due to one hell of an ending

 

 

"Hello, Zep" is also one of the best movie themes ever


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Imagine a group of a hundred motorcycles driving down a freeway. Eventually, they hit a junction. One road goes northwest and the other goes northeast. So one guy, we'll call him S, says, "Let's go northwest!" A mile past the intersection, a semi careens into the group and kills ninety of them. Ten are wounded, but they survive and keep going. Eventually, they hit 10,000 miles. S suddenly has his consciousness thrown into his past body right before the junction. Now, he says, "Let's go northeast!" All 100 bikers survive. Happily ever after, right? But what about the ten, no nine, who went northwest and survived? What happens to the reality they were living? Does it just disappear now that S has changed the past? It's not like only bad things happened on that 10,000 miles journey. Maybe one of them fell in love with a gas station attendant and got her pregnant or maybe one adopted a homeless kid that joined the adventure. That 10,000 mile journey would be full of stories. Romances, farewells, friendships...the loss of those ninety lives is horrible and unfortunate, but would rewriting their history mean? The nine who survived lived full lives and did the best they could with the hand they were dealt. How could it be right to just erase all that? Isn't that worth something? Is there a point to a world where everything is happy? Are people who struggle for a better life just idiots? Being human is about fighting even when it seems hopeless and finding happiness in a world that hates it. Are you saying that's worthless?


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The Saw series gets a lot of crap (most of it deserved, sadly) but the first movie will always be one of my favorite thrillers and it's all due to one hell of an ending



"Hello, Zep" is also one of the best movie themes ever


The ending of this movie was beyond great...i was shocked and surprised for the first time in forever. I think i stared at the screen for at least 5 minutes.

Btw did anyone else get pumped as he was getting beat down? I rented it on dvd and was literally yelling at the t.v. like " YEA! KICK HIS ASS!!!!"
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Man I could talk about this all day.

 

LOST:

The end of 'Walkabout'

'Live together Die alone' speech

Saving Charlie from hanging

Sawyer telling Jack about his dad

Charlie, Sun & Jin, Juliet death scenes.

Any scene Ben Linus is in (Michael Emerson is fucking amazing)

The entire final episode (fuck the haters I loved it)

 

BrBa:

Jesse's box story

Mike No half measures

Janes death

Gus vs the cartel

Gus goes apeshit with a box cutter

Gus............fuck it anything Gus did including his epic demise.

Hank :( you know

Walt saving Jesse and dying.

 

GoT:

Ned loses his head (nice little rhyme there)

Golden crown

Red wedding

Purple wedding

Tyrions trial

Mountain vs the viper

Tywins final shit

 

Vegetas sacrifice against Majin Buu in DBZ

 

George Masons sacrifice in 24

 

Lilo & Stitch (best film ever yea I said it)

Ohana means family, family means nobody gets left behind.... or forgotten

This is my family, its little, and broken. But still good.... Yea still good.

 

CM Punks promo in Vegas, that shit was insane watching it live.

 

I could literally sit and list things all day, id better stop now or I never will haha


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Re-watched Heat last night. Forgot how amazing the movie was, this scene in particular. Probably the best shootout scene in the history of film making. 


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The Doctor Who episode with Van Gogh, where he take a moment after the drama to take a tortured soul into the future to show him the meaning of his work and it's impact on others, and then after they bring him to his time and return to the museum gallery. Just an amazing set of scenes and what a lesson.

 

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Ahh such a great Doctor Who moment.

 

All of Matt Smiths epic speeches can be added to that too.

 

'Im the Doctor' (the eleventh hour)

'One thing you never put in a trap' (Flesh and Stone)

'Hello Stonehenge' (the pandorica opens)

'How fast can you run' (day of the moon)

'Colonel runaway' (A good man goes to war)

'Take my Memories' (The rings of Akhaten)

'I will always remember when the Doctor was me' (Time of the Doctor)


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One of my favourite moments of Cosmos that made my eyes watery, which is a rarity for me. Haha. 


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The Doctor Who episode with Van Gogh, where he take a moment after the drama to take a tortured soul into the future to show him the meaning of his work and it's impact on others, and then after they bring him to his time and return to the museum gallery. Just an amazing set of scenes and what a lesson.

 

http://www.dailymoti...ctor_shortfilms

 

I can't agree hard enough. That episode is a contender for my favorite Doctor Who episode of all time, classic series included.

 

There are a LOT of moments I love, and so its hard to think of them at any given moment, but I have a few on hand:

 

Nightmare on Elm Street 3 - Dream Warriors:

 

The opening segment featuring Patricia Arquette's character, Kristen, may be my favorite moment in the franchise, and I feel one of the most chilling. After being made to go to sleep by her mother, she dreams of the house on Elm Street, now a boarded-up ruin. Children play and jump rope, singing the "One, Two, Freddy's coming for you..." rhyme as she approaches. The children giggle and scatter, save for one little girl in a frilly yellow dress, sitting on a red tricycle on the front porch.

 

She asks Kristen for her name, and when the same is asked in return, she merely giggles. A loud screeching is heard, the door opens, and the little girl says she has to go and rides the trike inside. Concerned, Kristen follows her into the darkened house, goes down the stairs, and into the basement which contains a huge boiler.

 

"This is where he takes us." states the little girl, before the boiler alights and the pipes surge to life. As Kristen looks on in horror, the flames reveal scorched bones within the boiler, and the steaming pipes throb and wail mournfully.

 

"Freddy's home." says the little girl.

 

Kristen grabs the little girl and runs for her life, and as she runs through the dark, cluttered hallways, a shadow flashes along the corner in pursuit. She rounds another corner, and suddenly the floor beneath her turns into tar. Kristen screams in frustration and takes a moment to look behind, just in time to see Freddy bolt around the corner. She screams again and runs harder. But Freddy is closing in behind her, visible over her right shoulder, his bladed glove raised and ready to strike as he growls with murderous intent. Kristen manages to free herself just as he swings, and his razors slice through empty air. Kristen moves away into another room, and backs into a hanging corpse, making her scream and back away, which causes her to hit another hanging corpse, and she screams again. Horrified, she looks into the room to see its filled with countless hanging bodies.

 

"Put me down, you're hurting me!" exclaims the small child, and Kristen looks down to find all she is holding is a rotting skeleton.

 

Kristen screams and awakens...or so she thinks.

 

Yeah...I love that part :D

 

Another favorite is this scene from my favorite film, The Crow

 


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