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Old 01-27-2013, 07:52 PM   #1
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Watched Amour today, and there were two instances in the film where the cinema gasped out loud in shock, which feels like a rarity to me.

So what films genuinely get an out loud response from you?
Remaining Films of 2014 I'll check out: Fury. Nightcrawler. Mr. Turner. Interstellar. The Drop. The Imitation Game. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1. Horrible Bosses 2. Men, Women and Children. The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies. Dumb and Dumber To. Exodus: Gods and Kings. Big Eyes. Unbroken.
Best Films of the Year so far: Boyhood. Calvary. Frank. Godzilla. Gone Girl. The Rover. The Raid 2. The LEGO Movie. Under the Skin.
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Old 01-27-2013, 07:56 PM   #2
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Believe it or not the shower sene in Psycho, every time I watch it.
"If we're about to die anyways, I'd rather die fighting! Come for me Gmork, I am Atreyu!"

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Old 01-27-2013, 08:11 PM   #3
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The end to Godzilla 1985

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Old 01-27-2013, 08:13 PM   #4
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Only one that's really gotten one for me was the ending in Se7en.Not to say others don't elicit strong feelings (good or bad),but out loud gasp,thats the only one I think.
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The ending of The Mist got me. Didn't see it coming though I probably should have, given the ties to Stephen King.
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Old 01-28-2013, 01:39 AM   #6
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The ending of The Mist got me. Didn't see it coming though I probably should have, given the ties to Stephen King.
Ironic, because he didn't write it...it was an invention of screenwriter Frank Darabont. King reportedly loved it, though, and wish he could have come up with it himself.
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Old 01-28-2013, 01:42 AM   #7
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I remember going to see Paranormal Activity in theaters and the audience reaction, including mine, with some of those scenes. From what I can remember, there were particularly loud gasps when the scene when the door opens by itself, when the white foot prints appear on the floor and when Katie is pulled out of the bed. Love those kind of horror movie that the audience gets involved like that.
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I remember going to see Paranormal Activity in theaters and the audience reaction, including mine, with some of those scenes. From what I can remember, there were particularly loud gasps when the scene when the door opens by itself, when the white foot prints appear on the floor and when Katie is pulled out of the bed. Love those kind of horror movie that the audience gets involved like that.
The first Paranormal Activity in theatres was probably the best theatrical experience for me.

The theatre was full about 30 minutes before it even started and everyone was screaming/jumping. Just complete fun.
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Old 01-28-2013, 02:24 AM   #9
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The first Paranormal Activity in theatres was probably the best theatrical experience for me.

The theatre was full about 30 minutes before it even started and everyone was screaming/jumping. Just complete fun.
Exactly. I loved the movie itself, but that theater experience made it that much better.
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Old 01-28-2013, 02:26 AM   #10
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The ending of The Mist got me. Didn't see it coming though I probably should have, given the ties to Stephen King.
Before I even first saw it, I heard from some friends that the ending was crazy. Then when I saw it myself, I think my mouth just dropped and stayed open for like 2 minutes.
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Old 01-28-2013, 04:00 AM   #11
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Ironic, because he didn't write it...it was an invention of screenwriter Frank Darabont. King reportedly loved it, though, and wish he could have come up with it himself.
Ah, well I stand corrected. I never read the novella the movie was based on. Either way it was a great ending.
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I remember going to see Paranormal Activity in theaters and the audience reaction, including mine, with some of those scenes. From what I can remember, there were particularly loud gasps when the scene when the door opens by itself, when the white foot prints appear on the floor and when Katie is pulled out of the bed. Love those kind of horror movie that the audience gets involved like that.
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The first Paranormal Activity in theatres was probably the best theatrical experience for me.

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Exactly. I loved the movie itself, but that theater experience made it that much better.
Agree'd. Paranormal Activity was a hilarious and fun experience. Loved the movie and I dig the franchise. So many people take it so seriously. If it wasn't being released theatrically I think it would have a lot more fans. People are just offended that it's getting theatrical release over movies that deserve theatrical distribution.

I get that and I agree but I'm not going to huff and puff about it. I gave up on being angered by hollywoods stupid and selfish ways. Once upon a time they took chances on the little guys but those days are gone. It's ALL about money.
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When I saw The Raid in cinemas, it was probably the best experience I've had. Normally I hate when everyone is making noises during a movie but I was right there with them when I saw it. Every time something happened everyone gasped and laughed out of disbelief, myself included. There was that nervous, impressed laugh that says "jesus titty effing christ, surely it can't get any more insane than what I just saw..." after every crazy thing that happened and they just kept one upping it every time so everyone was practically physically exhausted from what they were watching by the half way point.

It's praise like this that lead to a lot of people being disappointed in it, feeling we hyped it up too much. But if you heard next to nothing about it and saw it, and you're into action/martial arts films, it was a one of a kind experience. So much fun.
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The first SAW movie. I hate how the franchise turned out but the first one had me and my wife, then GF, in total shock. What an ending.
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Recent example I can think of is a scene in Fish Tank.
[Show spoiler] The scene where Mia throws the little girl in the river. Really upset me.
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[Show spoiler] The scene where Mia throws the little girl in the river. Really upset me.
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might sound strange but being a big reader of the Spiderman comics the end of Amazing Spiderman
[Show spoiler]when Peter told Gwen he could no longer see her
got me twice, once in the theater once on blu.
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"I love you Harry!"


That's all I'm gonna say.
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This, most recently. From the diner to the theater, that sequence. Overall, thought Silver Linings Playbook was a brilliant film.
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