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Unbelievably, the bonehead who took this failed to capture Jerry Hall saying "you look fine".

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The libyans in bttf

:cool:

 

If bttf is Back to the Future I have never seen that film.

 

Been on the ride, havnae seen the fillum.

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Whitman, price and haddat

 

Whitman, price and a haddat! there they are, basking in the maui sun.

 

Whitman, price and haddat!!

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Mainly from 35 seconds onwards...

 

NSFW - Some swears and "blood"

 

 

 

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Dennis Hopper scene in True Romance, when he decided to tell Christopher Walken's character why Sicilian's have dark hair.

Don't know if it's on here already, all your YouTube pastes are firewalled by the home improvements Gods.

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Which speech Berty?

 

Open the link and find out. Haha.

Edited by Roberto

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Cyrus's speech in The Warriors.

 

The bridge scene and then the graveyard scene from The Good, The Bad and The Ugly.

 

The scene where we first meet Orson Welles in The Third Man.

 

Too many to mention.

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Aye especially when you trot out the hackneyed famous scenes that you get total film polls and the like glasgow

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Aye especially when you trot out the hackneyed famous scenes that you get total film polls and the like glasgow

 

Settle down McFly.

 

Hardly fucking arthouse is it?

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What would happen if I asked for great film scenes and all people gave me were the usual clichéd pop culture references, eh?

Think Glasgow think.

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What would happen if I asked for great film scenes and all people gave me were the usual clichéd pop culture references, eh?

Think Glasgow think.

 

How many American Pie DVDs do you own?

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I could give you a quote from 9th Company Mr. Bluto....would that whet your appetite more?

 

You'd not understand the quote - but being one of my favourite films, I could give a couple quotes from it.

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thinking you cant use a "cliched" example because it is just that, cliched, is pathetic

 

theres a reason its cliched...it IS the best

 

references to films that only have cult followings are the crap ones, as theres a reason theyre not mainstream, or "cliched"

 

 

Back to the Future was the highest grossing film made in 1985 making $383.9 million with inflation modelling making that in today's money $830.5 million.

 

It's hardly a cult film. It's one of the most successful films ever made.

 

Now you of course are within your rights to claim that it's crap being that you'd argue black is white with anyone but the fact remains that Back to the Future is one of the best films ever made.

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Back to the Future was the highest grossing film made in 1985 making $383.9 million with inflation modelling making that in today's money $830.5 million.

 

It's hardly a cult film. It's one of the most successful films ever made.

 

Now you of course are within your rights to claim that it's crap being that you'd argue black is white with anyone but the fact remains that Back to the Future is one of the best films ever made.

 

Back to the Future isn't even the best Back to the Future film in the Back to the Future trilogy.

 

FACT.

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Trainspotting - The Shitty Sheets scene

 

The Wolf Of Wall Street - Anytime Margot Robbie appears on screen. Namely when she appears the first time, she appears naked and also the scene when she's sitting on the floor with her legs spread :spunk:

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