Raptorsin7

Share Your Favorite Movie or Tv Scenes

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I wanted to start a mega thread where people can share movie/tv scenes that deeply move them. 

Feel free to share a little blurb about why you find the scene so moving.

I'll start with a few, but I have a bunch that i'll post.

Also, some people might question why this is in the high consciousness resources section.

If there is a scene that moves you, you know you are in contact with higherself/love. For some us, movies have been some of the greatest sources of meaning in our lives. I get a wave of bliss when I watch some of these scenes

I love this movie. My favorite romance movie of all time.

I love the Christian Bale batman series too. Bruce is on the heroes journey and confronts his shadow.

 

This is probably my all time favorite scene in any movie. The music and expression of the characters is just so perfect.

Another lord of the rings scene. I will post a bunch more haha.

My favorite part is when Aragorn claims people of gondor as his people... you can see that Boromir is able to let go and accept death because Aragorn takes over the mantle of responsibility for Gondor

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The Hunt (2012) - Deeply moving film about being an outcast, judgment and Truth

Manchester by the sea (2016) - Deeply moving film about the vicissitudes of life. (Forgive the verbose language, but nothing else quite encapsulates it!). Corey Affleck at his finest!

Dead Poet Society (1989) - An emotional inspiration (Even outside of my teenage years!)

Palm springs (2020) - Dream girl vibesss. Surprisingly outstanding film.

Incident in a Ghostland (2018) - Vivid depiction of dissociation. Not for the faint heated.

The Graduate (1967) - Relatable af. Well ...to some degree at least xD !

Midsommar (2019) - Needy reality vs Non-needy reality. Devastating opening sequence. Brilliant acting from the lead actress, especially in the opening sequence. ... Your need for love will make you blind.

Gladiator (2000) - Stage blue at its finest, with an integrated stage red. Loyalty. Honour. Revenge. 

Perks of being a Wallflower (2012) - Amazing. Hard to put into words. (very relatable even outside of teen years). Great depiction of serious emotional issues/ adaptations.

Its kind of a funny story (2010) - Especially for the non-normies among us, intensely relatable, yet surprisingly upbeat depiction of adolescent mental health issues/ adaptations.

The Godfather (1972) - A genre of its own. Stage red posing as stage blue.

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"Most of what people call genius just boils down to curiosity." Aaron Schwartz

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Loool oops misread the title!

I'll keep the above.

1. Despair

2. Frozen in time

3. Beauty

4. Asserting one's right to be

5. A duty fulfilled (legit don't watch this, if you haven't seen gladiator xD)

6. Flowing with life

7. Beautifully shot

8. PTSD

9. Direct experience is king!

10. Stage-red unwittingly facing the stage-red-to-blue transformational dilemma

https://getyarn.io/yarn-clip/778b8a6e-df78-4087-bb86-5ca7d3dfc1cc

11. No words.

12. Dumb humour is the reason for life xD

13. Intriguing

14. Fatherhood/ Positive masculinity/ Trauma

 


"Most of what people call genius just boils down to curiosity." Aaron Schwartz

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Literally the entire Seinfeld. My favorite show of all times, by a mile.

 


"The trick is in what one emphasizes. We either make ourselves miserable, or we make ourselves happy. The amount of work is the same." -Carlos Castaneda

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Criminally underrated space movie Sunshine. Where Capa finally starts the sun up again at the end. Instead of being violently ripped apart immediately like you'd expect when their ship collapses, it's like God is rewarding him with a moment of infinite beauty for sacrificing himself saving humanity.

This scene from The Grey always hits me. It's rare you see such rawness in big budget movies.

 


"Never held a high regard for Darwin, selection takes too long.
A little kick in the pool shouldn't do us wrong.
Devouring the very last invention man would ever need.
But exponential growth is a frightening thing, indeed.
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@Raptorsin7 Which post are you referring to?


"Most of what people call genius just boils down to curiosity." Aaron Schwartz

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@Raptorsin7 Ahhhh gotcha. I made a mistake the first time bro xD 


"Most of what people call genius just boils down to curiosity." Aaron Schwartz

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The end of the first season of avatar. It's such an awesome ending, zuko talks about building a new world based on a foundation of love and peace

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I love when Theoden calls for the reformation of the line. The original charge is also an incredible scene

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On 9/6/2021 at 0:44 PM, Roy said:

Criminally underrated space movie Sunshine. Where Capa finally starts the sun up again at the end. Instead of being violently ripped apart immediately like you'd expect when their ship collapses, it's like God is rewarding him with a moment of infinite beauty for sacrificing himself saving humanity.

 

Agreed! Sunshine was my absolute favorite movie as a teen. Still the best soundtrack of any movie I've seen. People give the movie shit for the final act being sub optimal, but the movie as a whole is 10/10.

 

Ellen Burstyn in Requiem for a Dream has one of the best performances I've seen from an actress. The movie is an experience.

Donnie explains the smurfs. The movie is much more bizarre and heavy than this scene conveys. 10/10 movie.

If anyone hasn't seen the BSG remake, highly recommend

 

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Just saw this movie yesterday, it facilitated so many insights, just bursting into laughter and crying tears of joy/beauty. This scene really hit home for me, it really opens up the opportunity for you to focus in on the "holy moment", along with the characters of the movie. You can have an experience of not only watching the movie, but also recognizing your own role in the experience of the film being created in real time. 

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Every perspective has at least a piece of the truth in it.

No one is capable of being 100% wrong.

 

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Requiem of a dream is good one, that shit still sticks with me

Most kick-ass movie i know is Scarface, conscious in its own right

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I watched Scarface repeatedly as a teenager until I could say everyone’s lines as the movie played.

Lord of the Rings has been a favorite for sure. 

The original Star Wars with its prequels and sequels really affected me. I was 10 years old when it came out.

Lonesome Dove and Missouri Breaks and the original Rooster Cogburn with John Wayne and Glen Campbell are my favorite westerns. 
 I don’t consider Little Big Man or Dances with Wolves ‘Westerns’. These two movies are in a league of their own. Little Big man delivers some profound truths but in a quirky way.

I’ve hardly watched any movies in the last twenty years. Inception was good. What Dreams May Come, Life Is Beautiful, The Sixth Sense and Contact with Jodie Foster affected me deeply.

Im going to make it a point to watch Sunshine and The Last Airbender from what y’all have said,,,,

 


"To have a free mind is to be a universal heretic." - A.H. Almaas

"We have to bless the living crap out of everyone." - Matt Kahn

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