Great scene from one of Kubrick's earliest films. Three French soldiers are picked at random to be executed for showing cowardice in the face of the enemy after a failed attack on a heavily fortified German... continue readingposted by JesseoftheNorth 1 decade 1 year 9 months 3 weeks ago • 1,352 views
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A personal run down of moments in Cinema that have had a profound impact on my life. Notice that this playlist is personal and may conflict with your preconcieved ideas of great moments in Cinema.
That is okay.
Heroin Bob talks about chemicals and shares an acid story about Sean.posted by evil_disco_man 1 decade 2 years 2 months 1 week ago • 2,062 views • 2:51
Rose McGowan stars in the 1997 movie Lewis & Clark & George in this clip she mimes the Connie Francis song 'where the boys are'posted by Farhad2000 1 decade 2 years 2 months 3 weeks ago • 1,803 views
A scene from "Casablanca" where the Nazis are singing "Die Wacht am Rhein" and Victor Laszlo (Paul Henreid) decides to take action.posted by rasch187 1 decade 2 years 3 months 3 weeks ago • 1,233 views • 1:44
"Who's on First?" Retold by Wes Anderson. "The Ministry of Silly Walks" Retold by Michael Moore And my favorite: "I'm Crushing Your Head" Retold by Quentin Tarantinoposted by blankfist 1 decade 2 years 4 months 3 weeks ago • 1,550 views
The movie version, which oddly is different (and better in my opinion) than the one on the soundtrack. The song is available on a hard-to-find CD called Bowling Green by the Kosolley Sistersposted by ponceleon 1 decade 2 years 5 months ago • 2,400 views
In 3 minutes and 17 seconds you will learn why the Roach is the man. Dedicated to a former sifter.posted by kronosposeidon 1 decade 3 years 3 weeks ago • 3,178 views
One of the funniest scenes from Tootsie.posted by shuac 1 decade 3 years 2 months ago • 1,540 views
Pivotal and essential scene from a great Jarmusch film. Even out of context, the allegory seems pretty obvious.posted by RhesusMonk 1 decade 3 years 1 month 3 weeks ago • 2,880 views
"Hey, you bastards, I'm still here!" Papillon is a memoir by convicted felon Henri Charrière. It was first published in 1969 and became an instant bestseller at the time. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Papillon_%28... continue readingposted by Farhad2000 1 decade 3 years 1 month 3 weeks ago • 1,264 views