harry ashburn wrote:another fave scene was from 'the Good, the Bad and the Ugly". couldnt find it on youtube, but it was the scene when cavalry troop approaches, covered with dust. Tuco starts shouting "Hooray for the Confederacy! Hooray for general Lee!" then the leader of the cavalry dusts off his sleeve to reveal a Yankee uniform. :d
compared2what? wrote:Gory, so be warned.
It's not really as much a favorite as it is one of the relatively few examples of Scorcese's artistry that went right through me and stayed there the instant I saw it.
Along with the equally undiminished wish that he hadn't added the voice-over. That would have been awesome. Oh, well. They can't all be everybody's genius, I guess.
Bruce Dazzling wrote:The Pink Cadillac zoom that opens that scene is the most effective marriage of image and music ever.
For me, I think it's really the I-can't-believe-I'm-hearing-any-part-of-"Layla"(-of-all-songs)-with-fresh-ears that just puts the movie-making into a whole other dimension and takes me along with it.
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