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5 Most Classic Scenes In Cinema History

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There are good movie scenes, and there are phenomenal movie scenes. Over the years, many scenes have been cemented in the hearts of film lovers. These five scenes will stand the test of time for their brilliance. With the way cinema is heading, more glorious scenes will be added in the future.

It’s A Scream!

1960’s Psycho was a landmark title in the horror genre. The shower scene involving Marion Crane became one of the most recognizable in movie history. The haunting music accompanying the scene was nearly absent in the final cut. Director Alfred Hitchcock wanted complete silence, but composer Bernard Herrmann pitched his composition titled “The Murder.”

King Of Kings

Titanic made a global star out of Leonardo DiCaprio. While sailing, DiCaprio’s character Jack Dawson cries out, “I’m the king of the world.” This particular line wasn’t even in the final script. DiCaprio decided to improvise it on a whim. This scene was instantly parodied by everyone with a pulse.

Fight For Your Life

Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon had people speechless upon its release. The fight sequence between Yu Shu Lien (Michelle Yeoh) and Jen Yu (Zhang Ziyi) is still astonishing today. The two took the battle to the walls and rooftops at Sir Te’s estate. Unsurprising to anyone, the film earned the Oscar for Best Cinematography.

Dodged That One

In 1999, a little film called The Matrix made a gigantic impact on cinema. The film’s most memorable scene involves Neo gracefully dodging bullets. “It was on a stage with a green screen and more than 100 cameras. I was on a wire, and it was extraordinary to be the human piece of ‘bullet time’ and do something physically impossible,” Keanu Reeves told Vanity Fair.

The First To Go

Director Wes Craven wasted little time taking people out with 1996’s Scream. The movie’s opening scene finds Casey Baker trying to save her boyfriend via horror movie trivia. Unfortunately, a slip up caused the deaths of both Casey and her love. Drew Barrymore, who was the film’s biggest star, was originally slated to portray Sidney Prescott. Film commitments forced her to take the role of Baker. Fortunately, having a big celebrity killed off so early caused many to freak out in theaters.

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