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Friday fun - Best tense moment in a film

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    #11
    Originally posted by thunderlizard
    & of course there's the glass of water in Jurassic Park.

    Great minds think and all that ....
    "Wait, I still function!"

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      #12
      The bit at the end of Carlito's Way, when he's being chased by the Mob.

      Best movie ever. Fact.

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        #13
        Originally posted by Swiss Tony

        Great minds think and all that ....
        wow - yes, that was rather spooky all by itself!

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          #14
          Originally posted by thunderlizard
          Goodfellas: Joe Pesci's "Funny? Funny how?" scene.
          Definitely. Really uncomfortable scene.

          Also, Robert Mitchum coming out of the water and spotting Gregory Peck though the grasses at the end of Cape Fear.

          The very end of Blair Witch Project when Heather enters the basement and sees her friend standing in the corner just before she gets her clock cleaned.

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            #15
            Originally posted by Chugnut
            The very end of Blair Witch Project when Heather enters the basement and sees her friend standing in the corner just before she gets her clock cleaned.
            actually I was quite relieved there: I'd been bored stupid the whole thing through, looking at a bunch of pasty whining brats.
            But my friend (who thought the whole thing was real!) was of a rather different opinion!

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              #16
              Happy feet - the bit when Memphys accidentaly lets the egg roll down the snowy slope.

              Boy, it was close!

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                #17
                Lost in Translation. The ENTIRE film had me breathless in anticipation of something vaguely interesting happening. But nothing did.

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                  #18
                  Originally posted by richard-af
                  Lost in Translation. The ENTIRE film had me breathless in anticipation of something vaguely interesting happening. But nothing did.
                  I thought the opening shot of Scarlett's undercrackers was vaguely interesting...

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                    #19
                    Originally posted by Chugnut
                    I thought the opening shot of Scarlett's undercrackers was vaguely interesting...
                    But she looks a bit like an alien, doesn't she?

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                      #20
                      Originally posted by zeitghost
                      The bit in Bladerunner where Rutger Hauer's head comes through the wall...
                      Is that a Glory Hole reference?

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