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iamn8

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Was watching Silence Of The Lambs. Lecters first appearance was the greatest exchange I've ever scene. I also rank The Dark Knights scene with Ledger and Bale in jail at the top.

What other such interactions come to mind? Just curious.

 

pipestud

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"I already know how to drink." From my all-time favorite movie, The Sting. Never was an on-screen exchange between Redford and Newman that wasn't memorable.

 

johnbarleycorn

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Christopher Walker as Capt.Koons telling young Butch the story about his fathers gold watch in Pulp Fiction is epic....in my opinion.

 

hmhaines

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The entire Sunshine Limited movie, with Sam Jackson and Tommy Lee Jones. Intense, thought provoking, beautiful conversation.
Uncle Pio (Steven Geray) tormenting Johnny Farrell (Glenn Ford) in Gilda.
Tom Waits being woken by Liev Schrieber and co. in Wristcutters. "Does my ear look crooked to you?"

 

texmexpipe

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Val Kilmer as Doc Holiday with Jonny Ringo in Tombstone. "I'm your Huckleberry"

 

cosmicfolklore

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Robert Duvall and Tess Harper in Tender Mercies. If you watch the director has placed design patterns between the two that change with the mood between the two, when the two are in the same shot.

 

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John Wayne and Kim Darby- True Grit 1969

Jeff Bridges and Hailee Steinfeld- True Grit 2010

I loved the interaction throughout in both these movies. Hell, even Matt Damon had some great scenes in the latter.
Robert Downey Jr. and Tom Hiddleston (as Iron Man and Loki) in the Avengers...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eBuAx5KVGNQ
Christopher Walken interacting with anyone...
THIS!!!

 

texmexpipe

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I love Sean Connery for the single fact that no matter the character he keeps his accent! And I couldn't agree more Pagan, that is a great scene.

 

tbradsim1

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Lee Marvin in Cat Balliou with his Silver Nose. One Gunman to another You ain't scared of him. Other gunman NAW, Im a scared of the man that bit his Nose off. :laughat:

 

andrew

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Dennis Hopper and Christopher Walken in "True Romance"
First one that came to my mind.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S3yon2GyoiM
Was watching Silence Of The Lambs. Lecters first appearance was the greatest exchange I've ever scene.
Have you ever seen Manhunter? Red Dragon was a remake of that movie, it's got a cheesy 80's feel, but you can see where Hannibal Lecter's mannerisms and speech were taken from, it's quite neat, I almost like that actor better as you can see where Anthony Hopkins got it all from.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=djAhwNzf8Qs

 

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Wyatt Earp: All right, Clanton... you called down the thunder, well now you've got it! You see that?

[pulls open his coat, revealing a badge]

Wyatt Earp: It says United States Marshal!

Ike Clanton: [terrified, pleading] Wyatt, please, I...

Wyatt Earp: [referring to Stilwell, laying dead] Take a good look at him, Ike... 'cause that's how you're gonna end up!

[shoves Ike down roughly with his boot]

Wyatt Earp: The Cowboys are finished, you understand? I see a red sash, I kill the man wearin' it!

[lets Ike up to run for his life]

Wyatt Earp: So run, you cur... RUN! Tell all the other curs the law's comin'!

[shouts]

Wyatt Earp: You tell 'em I'M coming... and hell's coming with me, you hear?...

[louder]

Wyatt Earp: Hell's coming with me!

 

ashdigger

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Mayfair, it was my dad's favorite. He literally knew every word of the movie and it made it impossible to watch with him because he actually spoke the words with different "voices".

 

chasingembers

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Mayfair, it was my dad's favorite. He literally knew every word of the movie and it made it impossible to watch with him because he actually spoke the words with different "voices".
That's me! :mrgreen:

 
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