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What's the most powerful movie you've ever seen?

Discussion in 'Entertainment, Culture, and Sports' started by furo, Oct 3, 2010.

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    Pumping Iron!
     


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    Passion of the Christ

    Might not have been the best I've seen, but it was certainly the most powerful
     


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    Dodgeball

    [​IMG] [​IMG]
     


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    The Pianist was pretty powerful to me, also the last 45min of the Return of the King
     


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    Last of the Mohicans, for me.
     


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    Very recently I'm thinking of The Lives of Others
     


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    Requiem for a Dream
    Butterfly Effect
    American Beauty

    Pretty basic I suppose, I thought I had a better list [​IMG]
     


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    For sheer, gripping drama throughout, I'd have to give the palm to The Naked Prey starring Cornell Wilde.
     


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    Cool Hand Luke

    God, I fucking love that movie. One of the best ever.
     


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    I found Children of Men to be one of the most powerful of recent memory.

    Also, Braveheart
     


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    I found Children of Men to be one of the most powerful of recent memory.

    Also, Braveheart


    I agree, the motorcycle car chase scene was so intense! Also when he visits his rich government minister(?) friend, they have this opulent dinner and are served by multiple waitstaff in the huge government building...it's so pointless, knowing that you're the last generation of people.
     


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