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God Bless America

Last scene from The Deer Hunter.

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Opening credits for Watchmen

I have a sudden interest in the movie after watching this opening.

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The Fall opening title sequence

Starts simply, then builds and builds to its powerful climatic image.

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Hooray! Hooray!

There’s a new sheriff in town…

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Anything You Can Do (I Can Do It Better)

Betty Hutton and Howard Keel perform Irving Berlin‘s song, from the musical film Annie Get Your Gun.

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Train de vie: Musical Duel

Jewish klezmer meets Gipsy music. Happiness ensues.

From the 1998 movie by Radu Mihaileanu.

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Beetlejuice: Dinner Scene

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The famous scene from Tim Burton movie, where the guests of a haunted house are forced to sing Harry Belafonte‘s version of the Banana Boat Song.

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The 25th Hour: Fuck All!

Edward Norton delivers one of the best “love letters” ever written to the city of New York, in the 2002 Spike Lee film based on David Benioff‘s novel.

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To Kill a Mockingbird: Courtroom Scene

Atticus Finch delivers his statement on the case of Tom Robinson, accused with an undeserved rape charge.

Just watched the movie (and all the other stuff on the double DVD edition) for the first time and I was delighted. Everything in this movie is in its right place, starting from the title sequence. Gregory Peck is completely absorbed by his interpretation. The courtroom scene is memorable.

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Do You Like Opera?

Tom Hanks employs Maria Callas for explaining opera to Denzel Washington, and in that the lawyer will understand how it feels when you know you’re about to die.

From Jonathan Demme‘s 1993 movie Philadelphia.

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Lyrics for La mamma morta.

thx Viola*

25 Moving Movie Moments for Men

A list of moments in cinema that make men cry. A lot of them come in video.

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Marcel Marceau (1923 – 2007)

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Marcel Marceau died this past weekend in Paris. He was 84.

Here’s his scene from Mel Brooks‘s Silent Movie.

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P.S. On a note. The Italian title for this movie is Mel Brooks’ latest madness. #__#

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Ticklinks: A Big Fat Wad

13 Worst Accents in Film – Deputy Dog ‘s awesome and very popular post.

50 Greatest Sex Scenes – Whoever decided to make the reader jump back and forth between two sites is an idiot. Aargh! However, the fact that Don’t Look Now came in at the top made up for that. However, I have to say this because it is bothersome: History of Violence at number 2 is a friggin’ joke.

The 50 must-watch web video clips – Good list even if I don’t get what the hell is so funny about the dramatic chipmunk.

The 10 Best Fake Movie Trailers of the Year – Oh, you know! A little different from our mash-ups roundup.

Our 2006 Best Films online list – Self-love.

Ticklinks: World’s Most Absurd Fight Scenes

Chainsaw kung-fu – you could almost hear the brainstorming session that made this stuff up.

Street laser fights – if this took any longer to make than an afternoon, I’d say it was a waste of time. (via Transbuddha)

Shoot from the crotch (posted Earlier) – even among this crowd of videos, this films seems to be a standout in altering reality.

Worst Fight Scene ever! (posted Earlier) – one of my favorite Ticklebooth posts ever.

Ladder Fight (posted Earlier) – I think they shot the Chainsaw scene and this one in the same location.

Kung Fu vs Yoga (posted Earlier) – this is actually a decent fight scene, the tall Yoga/ Indian guys is what gives this a streak of wackiness.

Ticklinks: Behind the Scenes

The Fly – Part one & two. The animatronics stuff is hilarious.

The haunting Six Feet Under title sequence. These guys are always interesting. (via Nozap)

Kubrick’s daughter documents The Shining. (Posted earlier)

The eight part look at The Godfather. Part one, two, three, four, five, six, seven & eight. Fascinating stuff, the info on the first two chapters (from the 70′s) are little more intriguing than the third.

Discovery on how animation is created.

Easy Rider documentary: Part one, two, three, four, five, six & seven.

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