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Tuesday, 26 June 2012

5 Favorite Movie Scenes

Since I spend 200% of my time preparing for my upcoming exhibition and poetic performance at this years International Youth Arts Festival (I'll write more about that later) my social and cultural life is approaching zero by now, so I decided to share with you some of my all-time favorite movie scenes (there're more, these are the ones that first came to mind and that were easy to find). Enjoy (but be aware that these include major spoilers) :)

1. "O Captain! My Captain!" from Dead Poets Society (1989)

I saw this movie for the first time in middle school when we were studying poetry. My middle school teacher was the one who encouraged me to get more serious about poetry, so this movie is of personal significance to me. And even if I wouldn't be so dedicated to poetry this scene is still one of the most touching movie scenes ever in my opinion.

2. "Call It" from No Country For Old Men (2007)

The genius level of this scene is infinity. The best fate game ever, very philosophical and every single line can be quoted. After this movie I truly believe that Javier Bardem is no doubt the best Hollywood actor of the 21st century, never imagined that he can be that creepy.

3. "You look like a happy couple" from Annie Hall (1977)

This is the ultimate truth about 90% of successful relationships. Period. Though I absolutely love Woody Allen and it was hard to pick one movie and moreover one scene.

4. "Don't eat fish" from Closer (2004)

To be honest there are better scenes in the
movie, though I like this one too (that's obvious, look at the name of my blog). The movie is amazing overall, great actors, funny, original and one of the most realistic and dramatic relationship stories in my opinion.

5. "You're just too good to be true" from 10 Things I Hate About You (1999)

I am not a big fan of teen comedies, cheesy romance and happy endings, moreover I wouldn't recommend watching the whole movie unless you are a big Heath Ledger fan (but then you've probably seen it already), there's really not much more to it, but this scene is so worth it.


  1. the last one is awesome...
    i was sooo thrilled to see that again!!!

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    1. I smile every time I see it :)
      thanks, will sure check out your blog :)

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