If you're a movie lover like me, then you definitely have a few favorite scenes throughout the history of cinema that really speak to you.
Perhaps that scene revolves around a pivotal moment in a film that absolutely makes your jaw drop, like the "I see dead people" moment in The Sixth Sense.
Perhaps you think the scene is so great because of the performances, like Queen Viola Davis' only scene in Doubt, which was eight minutes long and earned her an Oscar nomination.
Or maybe there's a scene that's so subtle yet so powerful, even though there's no dialogue in it, like the opening sequence in Up.
It's time to tell us what you think is the absolute best scene in cinematic history. Tell us your favorite (and why!) via the DropBox below!
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