Post your fav scene Ever and tell me why its you like it?



that`s my Fav scene , joker , acting :) Its just the best.


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  • There's a scene in the movie up, Mr. Fredrickson said something like " you call your mom by her first name?" And the boy answered, " Phyllis isn't my mom" I always cry at that scene

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  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MvKEwszUwWo

    That's probably my favourite scene. It's just one of my favourite films ever, probably my favourite, and I love the acting and the singing and the music and the lyrics and the costumes and the make up and the cinematography - basically I love everything about this scene and I cry every time I watch it :P

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  • It's between this https://youtu.be/lD5uPZzBr5c and this https://youtu.be/vRSla1RaEiM . They're both from "The Color Purple." The first one is Shug Avery, Celie's (the main character) adulterous lover, singing at a Jupe Joint not too far from the church she was raised in which is also where her her father preaches. The church folk being self righteous then has the choir sing over her with a song called "God is trying to tell you something" AF which point Shug begins to sing it while remembering her father who had rebuked her and refuses to speak to her for being a loose and bisexual woman. She leads the whole Jupe Joint, representing sinners into the church where they sing louder than the choir. This whole scene emphasizes the problem with some Christian churches, the members look at the church as a club for the righteous soul when in reality it is a hospital or a place of cleaning for the sick or tainted soul, aka the sinner. It also emphasizes that the Christianity isn't about judging someone, it's about accepting them with love the way Jesus would do. The second one is Celie reuniting with her sister who had been raising the children Celie has by her stepfather (not consentually I might add) in Africa while teaching African children. Celie had just been liberated from her physically, sexually, and emotionally abusive relationship with her husband that she was forced to marry as a teenager and this was just a moment of pure happiness for her after being separated from her children and her sister most of her life. "The Color Purple" will always be my favorite movie for such deeply emotional scenes like this.

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