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On ‎1‎/‎27‎/‎2019 at 8:11 AM, The Natural said:

This scene from Batman: Mask of the Phantasm (1993) has always stayed with me for Bruce Wayne becomes Batman for the first time, Alfred's reaction of shock with what he utters "My God" and the score. Perfect.

Its not the greatest scene, but the clip that shows up just after this one(which is fucking incredible)where Bruce is at his parents grave, wanting permission to stop being Batman, to be able to live a normal life kills me every time. When he sinks down and says that he didn't count on being happy.....damnit, there's some dust in the room right now.

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49 minutes ago, Phil4126 said:

Its not the greatest scene, but the clip that shows up just after this one(which is fucking incredible)where Bruce is at his parents grave, wanting permission to stop being Batman, to be able to live a normal life kills me every time. When he sinks down and says that he didn't count on being happy.....damnit, there's some dust in the room right now.

You're not alone, @Phil4126.

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It's always Rocket (though Peter's line about the Gems would have it pretty high anyway).

 

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I've always remembered this scene. Better to post it now than not at all.

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The Prayer to Crom still rocks my world

James

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On ‎5‎/‎13‎/‎2019 at 9:59 AM, J.H. said:

The Prayer to Crom still rocks my world

James

Conan was prose before it was adopted for the comics.

That's cheating!

I also love that fucking scene to death.

I also remember Shadiversity doing a retro review of this movie and absolutely gushing with praise over this scene, because he felt that Conan's choice of location for the battle, use of ambush tactics, and selection of weaponry showed superior medieval tactical forethought on the part of the folks that put the scene together and choreographed the fighting scenes.

Thulsa Doom went in overconfident, attacked a limited access battle theater with heavy cavalry, and got his ass beat by two men who were clever enough to use spears to unhorse riders and wield axes that were designed to hack through thick armor.

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2 of my favorites

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I've reslly come to despise the Chris Reeve Superman over the years but this always sticks with me..

James

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2 hours ago, The Natural said:

Nice picks, @BrianS81177. Puny God is the most I've laughed at the cinema.

That little moan Loki lets out at the end cracks me up every single time

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1 hour ago, BrianS81177 said:

That little moan Loki lets out at the end cracks me up every single time

Me too.

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"So you want to kill Nazis?'

"Is this a test?" "Yes"

"I don't want to kill anybody. I don't like bullies."

 

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"I don't like bullies. I don't care where they're from" in the above is one of my favourite lines of any comic book movie.

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It's a truly perfect scene. Mark Waid said he started crying in the theater at it, and I completely understand why.

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6 minutes ago, Brian Fowler said:

It's a truly perfect scene. Mark Waid said he started crying in the theater at it, and I completely understand why.

As can I. That sums Steve Rogers/Captain America up as does "I can do this all day". Glad Chris Evans accepted the part having turned it down a few times. Spider-Man will always be THE Marvel character to me but he isn't my favourite in the MCU, it's Cap.

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