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Pulp Fiction - Say What Again? (Missed gunshots) - Post 50 35 53.85%
Pulp Fiction - Breakfast Scene - Post 34 17 26.15%
Saving Private Ryan - Storming Omaha Beach - Post 61, 136, and 159 38 58.46%
Goodfellas - Funny like a clown - Post 333 12 18.46%
Inglorious Basterds - Opening 16 minutes - Post 91 (need video link) 21 32.31%
None of the above. Save Ferris! 3 4.62%
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Old 07-27-2014, 01:56 PM  
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SceneItAll Tournament: Round 7 - Prelude to the Championship

Five scenes left. Vote for TWO, and the top two votegetters will face off scene-o a scene-o in the championship. No more wild cards. This is for all the cards.





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Old 07-27-2014, 01:58 PM   #2
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No one inb4 on the final five heat? Tsk, tsk.
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Old 07-27-2014, 01:59 PM   #3
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Old 07-27-2014, 02:02 PM   #4
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Old 07-27-2014, 02:03 PM   #5
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But all five scenes are great, so it's a tough choice!
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Old 07-27-2014, 02:06 PM   #6
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I'm going with a straight Pulp Fiction ticket here. My votes:

#1 - Pulp Fiction (Say what?) - I knew the day would come where I have to decide which of the two Pulp Fiction scenes to pick first, and it's a tough one. They're both fantastic scenes. I pick this one first very narrowly, and primarily because I don't really like the woman's line in the other scene where she says, "I have to pee." I thought that was unnecessary and brought down the scene. I also love Jules' lines in this scene where he says, "Oh, I'm sorry. Did I break your concentration?" followed by "Allow me to retort."

#2 - Pulp Fiction (Diner scene). I feel kind of bad because I labeled this as a breakfast scene, and it probably isn't breakfast. It's a diner scene, but for some reason it looks like the type of diner where you go for breakfast. That aside, I love the wallet line, and I love the Vincent line where he says, "I'll shoot them on general principle." Overall, this is a top-notch scene. Top-notch, mmm-hmm.

#3 - Inglorious Basterds. The painful part of voting this scene #3 is that it's not the best scene in the movie. The introduction of the Bear Jew is a notably better scene in my opinion. But this is still a great scene, so I'll award Tarantino the gold, the silver, and the bronze. Impressive, Quentin. Very impressive.

#4 - Saving Private Ryan. I've said it since Round 1. It's a powerful scene and very well done. But it's not my favorite scene by a long shot. It's disturbing to watch. I don't enjoy watching it. And that's fine, because you shouldn't enjoy watching it. But it causes it to drop seriously on my list of favorite scenes.

#5 - Goodfellas. I've never seen the movie, and I'm surprised that this scene made it this far. But it really is a great scene and it's probably the only scene with Joe Pesci that I've ever enjoyed.
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Old 07-27-2014, 02:08 PM   #7
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An interesting coincidence is that the Say What scene and the Omaha beach scene faced each other in Round 1, Heat 88. The third scene was the franks and beans scene from There's Something About Mary, which had no chance despite being a great scene.
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Old 07-27-2014, 02:19 PM   #8
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I'm going with a straight Pulp Fiction ticket here. My votes:

#1 - Pulp Fiction (Say what?) - I knew the day would come where I have to decide which of the two Pulp Fiction scenes to pick first, and it's a tough one. They're both fantastic scenes. I pick this one first very narrowly, and primarily because I don't really like the woman's line in the other scene where she says, "I have to pee." I thought that was unnecessary and brought down the scene. I also love Jules' lines in this scene where he says, "Oh, I'm sorry. Did I break your concentration?" followed by "Allow me to retort."

#2 - Pulp Fiction (Diner scene). I feel kind of bad because I labeled this as a breakfast scene, and it probably isn't breakfast. It's a diner scene, but for some reason it looks like the type of diner where you go for breakfast. That aside, I love the wallet line, and I love the Vincent line where he says, "I'll shoot them on general principle." Overall, this is a top-notch scene. Top-notch, mmm-hmm.

#3 - Inglorious Basterds. The painful part of voting this scene #3 is that it's not the best scene in the movie. The introduction of the Bear Jew is a notably better scene in my opinion. But this is still a great scene, so I'll award Tarantino the gold, the silver, and the bronze. Impressive, Quentin. Very impressive.

#4 - Saving Private Ryan. I've said it since Round 1. It's a powerful scene and very well done. But it's not my favorite scene by a long shot. It's disturbing to watch. I don't enjoy watching it. And that's fine, because you shouldn't enjoy watching it. But it causes it to drop seriously on my list of favorite scenes.

#5 - Goodfellas. I've never seen the movie, and I'm surprised that this scene made it this far. But it really is a great scene and it's probably the only scene with Joe Pesci that I've ever enjoyed.
You should watch Goodfellas then, it's a great movie, one of my all-time favorites. Scorsese's best movie IMO. If you like Tarantino, I'm sure you'll like this movie as well. Much better than most of the new films these days!
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You should watch Goodfellas then, it's a great movie, one of my all-time favorites. Scorsese's best movie IMO. If you like Tarantino, I'm sure you'll like this movie as well. Much better than most of the new films these days!
I may have to. I usually avoid mob films and movies with Joe Pesci, but maybe this one works.

And I acknowledge that Pulp Fiction is a mob film, but it's not a normal mob film. That would be like calling Young Frankenstein a horror movie.
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Old 07-27-2014, 02:23 PM   #10
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I may have to. I usually avoid mob films and movies with Joe Pesci, but maybe this one works.

And I acknowledge that Pulp Fiction is a mob film, but it's not a normal mob film. That would be like calling Young Frankenstein a horror movie.
Goodfellas is not a normal mob film either
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Its been a long, difficult road, but I just HAVE to go "Vincent takes a Dump" from Pulp Fiction... because Pulp overrated Fiction, thats why.
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Old 07-28-2014, 01:06 AM   #14
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Looks like Ryan and Pulp Fiction Say What are gonna make it to the finals. Still hoping for the Basterds scene though, incredible acting!
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