Another 5 Brilliant Moments in Film

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  • MaNameMaJEFF
    MaNameMaJEFF 5 gün önce

    Just watched Godfather (A.K.A ALLAH) yeah good movie..

  • Carlos Camilo Huizar Simental

    Do a Yorgos Lanthimos list

  • esm82ify
    esm82ify 12 gün önce

    These are all great observational moments that we recognize upon further study. What about the ones you always see coming, but are still caught off guard...like when you notice the camera focusing on one person inside a car and out their window. It ALWAYS ends with that side of the car getting t-boned.

  • Ranger Lee
    Ranger Lee 13 gün önce

    For the Everest scene, you can also throw in that neither one of them moves, signifying their stubbornness and lack of activity that leads to the ropes being forgotten.

  • Tyrone Rex
    Tyrone Rex 13 gün önce

    So, DiCaprio just wanted to be chased like a game? As if it's all about being caught.

  • Abdalla Mohammed
    Abdalla Mohammed 14 gün önce

    I find this slightly pretentious

  • dacsus
    dacsus 17 gün önce

    This is brutally overanalized.

  • Malmö Facking Stad
    Malmö Facking Stad 17 gün önce

    Godfather Greatest of all.

  • Cisco4kid1990
    Cisco4kid1990 20 gün önce

    its pretty crazy that you have 3m for just telling people the way they should feel in movies like when are you guys going to make a movie it seems like your team knows the ins and outs so are you really just telling the details about movies?

  • certainly joel
    certainly joel 21 gün önce

    Do a TV verison? I know it's a cinema channel but...

  • Casey T
    Casey T 29 gün önce

    nah I didn't pause at 7:50 and watch a two hour movie and cry twice.

  • wereid1978
    wereid1978 Aylar önce

    *Sigh* One scene is never made of itself. It's made of everything before it and some of what follows. These scenes had their importance but they weren't on their own the scene that clinched or linked an idea or conflict within the movie they were building blocks important ones but only building blocks. Kind of like the imagery in a Shakespearean play often a foreshadowing element but almost always not the only one. Some of these scenes are clearly an aspect of sticking to a theme, or a foreshadowing (though not hidden in imagery as much as a going on that tells you of a possible outcome, an aspect of every scene in a movie or play) these weren't special scenes they were excellently executed and clearly written and produced not much more.

  • Elrond Plankton
    Elrond Plankton Aylar önce

    Credit to the guy that voices this and likely writes it...he could make a He-Man cartoon sound intellectual and carefully crafted....this guy sure likes movin' pitchers...find a clip that is un-arguably classic and wax rhapsodic..and you get half a million views...I am now un-subscribing...there are many ho - hum motion picture that one could dissect in such as way as to make them appear to be brilliant...these fellers are hunting a little too hard now...

  • twite
    twite Aylar önce

    the best part of these videos is that it always makes me want to watch every movie on the list

  • x0lct
    x0lct Aylar önce

    I always found Room as a really bad movie

  • DEEPAK PATEL
    DEEPAK PATEL Aylar önce +3

    Please have a review of movie ‘Perfume’

  • The Zircus
    The Zircus Aylar önce

    I just watched Room after this video.
    jesus
    my heart
    specially at the overdose scene, because thats how I found my mom to a T.
    really fucking triggered me to the point I had to go and take an hour break.
    but damn thats a good movie

  • Bijinius Cross
    Bijinius Cross Aylar önce

    Did _Room_ do well at the box office? I can't remember whether it was popular or not. It's a pretty great experience, though the first half of it was much more interesting to me than it's second. I can't remember too much from the latter half of that movie . . . but it seems to me at the moment that it was basically just Misery Porn. Highly emotional. Highly sad. HIGHLY.
    Still, pretty Great damn movie. That first half is more than enough to recommend it to absolutely anybody.

  • Bijinius Cross
    Bijinius Cross Aylar önce

    THIS IS GOOD SHIT. I'm thrilled that such a SMART TRclips™ channel is so amazingly popular.

  • Bijinius Cross
    Bijinius Cross Aylar önce

    "He has to _run away_ to get _chased."_
    Dude. Brilliant. What a great line. What a great line. Bravo.

  • Bijinius Cross
    Bijinius Cross Aylar önce

    I like this channel. It's clean, it's professional, it's smart, it's utterly unpretentious and TRUE. there aren't any ad pitches I can think of, which is the WORST of TRclips™ for me. I saw something on Wisecrack™ the other day that ACTUALLY made me see *black.* I nearly despaired at the crushing irony of that goddamned awful video. It was about South Park's new season. I REALLY don't recommend it for anything other than a study of what cynicism REALLY CAN BE in these times of strife. Ugh. It makes me sick, even now. Still.

  • tsuyayaka1
    tsuyayaka1 Aylar önce

    I didn't find these scenes to be that impressive.

  • alex milne
    alex milne Aylar önce

    I love the way you look at movies

  • Jennifer H.
    Jennifer H. Aylar önce

    this is so much analysis i feel like I'm an anus, perhaps it's so. enjoyed the last one the best

  • pierre valdez
    pierre valdez Aylar önce

    0:10 did anyone notice the Candide reference. Well played sir.

  • Hezekiah Daggett
    Hezekiah Daggett Aylar önce

    that last one was so wierd

  • The Filmatic Condition

    The godfather is one movie i i just dont get why everyone acts like its the best movie ever made. I didnt even like it. Is something wrong with me? I can appreciate the cinematography but i struggle to get through that movie.

  • Filiolus
    Filiolus 2 aylar önce

    Aw Brooks :c 7:25
    But on a positive; keep up the great breakdowns they are fantastic and hats off for not being a super clickbaity channel too. :)

  • Michelle Smith
    Michelle Smith 2 aylar önce

    U guys are wonderful!

  • Alex Roodman
    Alex Roodman 2 aylar önce

    You should look at Juror 10's rant in 12 Angry Men.

  • Arek Krolak
    Arek Krolak 2 aylar önce

    I have seen all of them save Everest :)

  • Merrill Please
    Merrill Please 2 aylar önce

    Bad Lieutenant is one of my fave movies of all time. It’s such a fun ride.

  • Merrill Please
    Merrill Please 2 aylar önce

    This is so weird because I’ve never seen Everest even though Ang Dorjee is a friend of mine and they say his name in the first couple seconds of that clip. I had to remind myself he’s famous.

  • Beni Habibi
    Beni Habibi 2 aylar önce

    Vito arriving at Ellis Island in the Godfather part II.
    Robert E. Lee being cheered by his men at Gettysburg 1993

  • Lliam Clifton
    Lliam Clifton 2 aylar önce

    I know this is sacreligous but i thought godfather sucked

  • Edina Monsoon
    Edina Monsoon 2 aylar önce

    This is too silly but, #idgaf

  • Matt Broughton
    Matt Broughton 2 aylar önce

    These videos are so well written. You analyse film in a way I can only admire and always learn from. Thank you.

  • Cole Rachal
    Cole Rachal 2 aylar önce +2

    Catch Me If You Can is such a great movie.

    • Stéphane Constant
      Stéphane Constant Aylar önce

      agree! correctly another great movie which deserve more attention especially if you are a boxxy software user like me and have all movies ever made for free

  • Andres Suarez
    Andres Suarez 3 aylar önce

    There is a scene in the movie HER which is wonderful. Scarlett johansson(as samantha) and joaquim phoenix (as the main character) start playing a sort of hide and seek between the crowd using them as obstacles.

  • Keerthi Chandra
    Keerthi Chandra 3 aylar önce +1

    I dont understand all the hate towards Nicholas Cage..

    • Stéphane Constant
      Stéphane Constant Aylar önce

      man, that's why cause he needs money and his performance in movies are so so and the movies are so so too. i know that cause i watched a lot of movies with him since became a boxxy software user and having all movies &series for free

  • EraserFS
    EraserFS 3 aylar önce

    I always thought he last scene of "Burn After Reading" was genius.
    It was just too absurdly funny how both CIA agents summarize the entire plot of the movie in a kind of serious manner by wondering what the fuck happened - which is exactly what the viewer has and is experiencing at that moment.

  • Gabriel Mellin
    Gabriel Mellin 3 aylar önce

    Amazing video!! Thanks for doing this!!!

  • Faraz Bhat
    Faraz Bhat 3 aylar önce

    "Handratty"

  • JapanForSale
    JapanForSale 3 aylar önce

    I'm still butthurt over how Hollywood chose to adapt Infernal Affair into The Departed. IA was a slick, graceful, smart, calm, and understated film, while TD became this bombastic, vulgar, cartoonish, borderline clownish spectacle that was "carried" by a bizarre, limp d of a plot. The most offensive thing is that, TD featured some of the best, most talented leading actors in their primes, directed by a seasoned, proven director, that still somehow produced caricature like performances by the actors, and extremely off framing and color comp by the directors. This wasn't a quick cash-grab disaster ala Resident Evil (who would do that for a comparatively no name film??); this was a dead serious attempt at Hollywood adaptation, which is why it is all the more bizarre that the film turned out the way it did. It wasn't bad simply when compared to its source; it was bad for a Hollywood film, bad for a DiCaprio/Damon film, and ESPECIALLY bad for a Scorsece film, period.
    Or, maybe, TD was bad BECAUSE of Scorsese. His style was perfect for Goodfellas and Casino, his other organized crime flicks that required a bombastic style, but IA wasn't about that. Instead, it was about the psychological interplay between the characters, their personalities, what they stood for, and the juxtaposition between the good and the bad, the light (above the table, seen by the public world) and the dark (the criminal underworld, unknown to the public and thus feared), and the irony of the tortured hero losing it all and the villain going unpunished, punctuated by "The Shot" in the elevator in the end, which destroyed the hero as much as it destroyed the audience. Scorsese captured NONE of that. I'm not sure he even understood any of that. IMO, the Coen brothers would have been a much better fit.
    The fact that TD won so many awards is a real travesty, honestly.

  • ruby mcnab
    ruby mcnab 3 aylar önce

    please mention the final scene of elio crying in front of the fireplace in call me by your name. such a beautiful scene

  • Gyula Fekete
    Gyula Fekete 3 aylar önce

    It would be great another 5 moments include lighting :)

  • Dylan Romkey
    Dylan Romkey 4 aylar önce

    although you may have just spoiled the number one spot, i still think you guys should do a vid of deus ex machina done right. They always seem like a cop out, like the writers had written themselves into a corner and its the last resort. But since its an old story telling troupe and the one you just showed was actually awesome, there must be others that did it right.

  • Matt Krcma
    Matt Krcma 4 aylar önce

    What about the final scene of the movie enemy? The director uses the theme of the spider to convey how the character feels about women. You can't explain it, or why the spider makes sense, but when you view the final scene you feel a sense of uneasiness and disgust. It's subconscious but was a brilliant way to explain the feeling towards women but without explaining it. It gives deep context to the character without telling you what he's feeling. The scene makes you feel what the character feels. In one scene

  • Killer66hitman
    Killer66hitman 4 aylar önce

    I went and watched Bad Lieutenant because of this and it was hilarious. I thought that was a dream sequence because it was all just so convenient. The fact that it actually happened - Love it!

  • Lucas Browning
    Lucas Browning 4 aylar önce

    Plus in the last scene shown they use forced perspective. The "good guy" is standing where cage is left sitting the entire time.

  • KingeryTHINGERY :
    KingeryTHINGERY : 4 aylar önce

    I was reading the description and misread Room for The Room

  • JAD
    JAD 4 aylar önce +2

    The ice scene with Salahuddine (Saladin) in Kingdom of heaven is a really good one too!

  • Anurag Massey
    Anurag Massey 5 aylar önce

    all three "brilliant movies in film" were awesome...who needs film school when you have these?

  • Joe Gioia
    Joe Gioia 5 aylar önce

    Sicario. I don't need to say more.

  • mjl1966y
    mjl1966y 5 aylar önce

    Unfogiven: the scene where they catch up with the one cowboy and shoot him in the gut. The wrenching pathos of Ned losing his nerve and Muney telling the cohort to give the kid a drink of water. It all adds up to the most brilliant anti-gun statement without saying a single word about guns by focusing on the stark reality of the whole thing. The inadequacy of vengeance. The human pain on both sides as everybody realizes it can't be undone. The inadequacy of mercy that only serves to assuage guilt that isn't quite smothered by years of experience and whiskey as a gunslinger. And, of course, the knowledge by all that the kid didn't really deserve it. But you know, the money.... It's just a brilliant scene that says so much through the camera and off-center dialog. I'd really like to see your analysis.

  • Zia Combs
    Zia Combs 5 aylar önce

    Can you do a breakdown of the Godfather? Shot for shot. That would make me so rock hard...

  • Ashik Md. Rashid
    Ashik Md. Rashid 5 aylar önce

    Nic Cage's last great film in 10 years.

  • Peter Szekszardi
    Peter Szekszardi 8 aylar önce

    I understand what your point with the scene from the Everest was. However I always get jumpy when people mention Everest. Many think that Everest is good or realistic. From a mountaineer viewpoint Everest is not that realistic and the plot has too much cliché elements. Were I not interested in mountaineering would I'd never watched such a movie like Everest as a cinephile. (Yuck) I suggest checking out Touching the Void. The films basically reveals the outcome of the story at the very beginning as it's being narrated by the real person mountaineers whom we worry for throughout the movie. Nonetheless the movie is totally engaging and immensely tense while also absolutely realistic.

  • Ahmet Erden
    Ahmet Erden 8 aylar önce

    I just wanted to say, "you guys are good, really good at this cinema thing". Some of the rare, quality videos on youtube.

  • Kimchi G
    Kimchi G 8 aylar önce

    The work put on each video is astounding. Very different from a channel called watch mojo...

  • The Don
    The Don 8 aylar önce +1

    Please do The Godfather 3 scene when al pacino cries at the end and everyones expression shifts

    • Malmö Facking Stad
      Malmö Facking Stad 17 gün önce

      u deserve a oscar my man. also the scene" just when I thought I was out they pulled me back in"

  • Pablo Gomez
    Pablo Gomez 8 aylar önce

    I love this videos but i need subtitles in spanish

  • Charlotte
    Charlotte 9 aylar önce

    When you said Room, had a mild panic attack and wondered which scene you could be talking about - the football throwing scene, the breast cancer scene(s) but the relief when I realised there was no 'The' - whew! Also, can you guys serious-analyse The Room, would be such fun!

  • Sunshine
    Sunshine 9 aylar önce

    there is no way jack from room is a boy

  • ismael dumas
    ismael dumas 9 aylar önce

    Dead heavily lose admission seal print match requirement chronic constantly remark.

  • James Williams
    James Williams 9 aylar önce

    The Bad Lieutenant. It's like the movie's way of saying, "Sometimes everything comes together all on it's own."

  • Locutus D'Borg
    Locutus D'Borg 9 aylar önce +1

    Brilliant.

  • David Wilson
    David Wilson 9 aylar önce

    My question is, is the director even aware that they are doing this or is it all hindsight? The catch me if you can scene for example. It just seems that maybe you are reading a little to much into it. I think the point about Hanks turning around and realizing there was something peculiar about Franks behaviour but all the chase around the room after hanks then leaving the room as a sign of running is a little to far. I think its a little more general then you are presenting. But, I’m probably wrong and just do not understand the intricacies of shooting a scene and how everything can mean something. I guess I view movies like I do life.

  • Bjørn Thorness
    Bjørn Thorness 10 aylar önce

    you guys need to do another one of these but include Memento. it would fit perfectly. the scene where the two timelines meet up is unbelievable.

  • Justme Asifyoudidntalreadyknow

    I always thought (as a bed wetter), that when Jack wakes up, you see the bed, then the closeup where he smells his fingers, it was because he wet his bed.. and this was further reinforced (in my mind) by the fact that, in the shot immediately following, we see Jack move across the bed and we notice that he's wearing training pants. It may not be obvious to most viewers, but as someone who has a LOT of experience in this area, they stand out to me like a proverbial "sore thumb". Training pants for older kids (also called bedwetting pants), are an undergarment that looks like a typical pair of underwear (usually decorated in cartoonish children's images and bright colors) except their cut wider in the "rear end" area, and are usually lined with a synthetic, waterproof, polyvinyl material, which makes a dull, muted sort of "swish" when the wearer moved in them.. and we clearly hear this here, but again, to a non-bedwetter, this may be easily mistaken for the sound of the sheets moving.. BUT, if you watch the entire scene, you'll notice that the sound happens even after he leaves the bed, and, the sound isn't the same in other scenes when Jack's not in the bed. Besides the sound, and the obvious appearance, you can also notice the "extra padding" they sew into these training pants, to help make absorbent. This padding, while very thin, still gives a noticeable amount of girth to the undergarment.
    I'm not a pedo, or a creeper or anything, I just tend to notice things like this, due to my own life experiences, so when a situation pops up in a film, it stands out to me.

  • OpenShores
    OpenShores 10 aylar önce

    when you said the room, i instantly think the 'i did not hit her scene'..what a brilliant moment

  • Fadhil Ramadhani
    Fadhil Ramadhani 10 aylar önce

    I'd like also to point out an aspect in Room where initially the room seems large enough for the viewers but when we go back in after the escape it looks SO small.

  • Fagner F Souza
    Fagner F Souza 10 aylar önce

    I'll rewatch the godfather just by watching the cinefix lists, wich isn't a bad thing tho

  • Andrew Carden
    Andrew Carden 11 aylar önce

    SUGGESTION: If you ever give a spoiler warning with the option to skip ahead, incorporate the time to skip to. I really enjoyed this video and just subscribed because of how well put together the editing and analylsis were. Was anticipating the time because I have seen lesser Channels make use of it. Great video

  • NOn Playable character

    This channel has the BEST analysis of cinema on TRclips hands down. Depth. Not another cheesy top list

  • twomindz79
    twomindz79 Yıl önce

    it took me half the film to release the kid in 'the room' was actually a male.

  • rynomite96
    rynomite96 Yıl önce

    Anyone else notice in the last clip you can see a c-stand with a black flag on it in the shot just to the left of the cop who stands up?

  • 深夜の話題 - コレクション814

    cinefix is the poor man's PHD in Film Studies.
    And Im graduating with a first.

  • jdglancy
    jdglancy Yıl önce +1

    Love your Brilliant Moment(s) and Best Shots videos! Would love you to feature Brilliant Moments from average or derided popular films. (See, even the dunce filmmaker stumbles on good technique!)

  • Ryse gaming
    Ryse gaming Yıl önce

    I subscribed the second i found this channel, im such a big lover of movies/TV shows/ anime you name it! Im seriously considering taking up film studies at university and get a degree in it and perhaps become a director of cinematographer

  • Brynley Jones
    Brynley Jones Yıl önce

    Bad lieutenant did NOT deserve the #1 spot. It maybe deserved a place on this list. Maybe.

  • Michael Sherman
    Michael Sherman Yıl önce

    You asked for more topics.
    Biggest plot twists
    Most all-encompassing character transformations
    Most effective use of expanding (or contracting) the lens's magnification
    Most devious
    Use of lighting to reveal character struggles or drives
    Best themes
    biggest ascent or descent of a character
    Most compellingly inclined to evolve the viewer's perspective
    Most likely to (as Hitchcock put it) "have the audience members check the back seats of their cars, before getting in, after the theater.
    Best face shots
    Best use of time
    Most vivid silences
    Variations of chronology
    Best use of a pause, a silence, etc.
    Most stringent anticipation
    Most likely to cause audience members to squirm in their seats (regardless of the emotion that spawns such behavior)

  • Sunny Toker
    Sunny Toker Yıl önce

    I clicked for Leo

  • amy young
    amy young Yıl önce

    Then ground combat safety shirt elementary request plant mutual indigenous.

  • Connor Nygaard
    Connor Nygaard Yıl önce

    We seriously need more of this. More unranked lists that scrutinize the details!

  • ryan baldwin
    ryan baldwin Yıl önce

    list output emphasize approach video encounter personnel fairly senior.

  • someguy6796
    someguy6796 Yıl önce

    The continuity in Bad Lieutenant is cringe worthy. A lighting stand appears out of no where at 1522!

  • Helix Vfx
    Helix Vfx Yıl önce

    Can you guys please keep making these videos!!

  • 6Qubed
    6Qubed Yıl önce

    oh shit it's brad dourif
    (which is, I would imagine, the usual reaction to encountering brad dourif)

  • Neo Deltå
    Neo Deltå Yıl önce

    11:05 Wrong. He's smelling his pee. He wet his bed.

  • Seb Farmar
    Seb Farmar Yıl önce

    I swear to god Crocodile Dundee saying, "THAT'S a knife," is the best scene of all time

  • Michael Lombard
    Michael Lombard Yıl önce

    Phenomenal stuff as always. Truly the best film channel on youtube. Amazing work everyone!!!

  • SevenDeMagnus
    SevenDeMagnus Yıl önce

    Hi. The simplification of all these is: it's all rooted in mystery. God bless, Proverbs 31

  • MrDeedsly
    MrDeedsly Yıl önce

    Read and watch Catch me if you can. Movie is solid and the book is great!

  • James
    James Yıl önce

    Love how if a director like Herzog pulls out the deus ex machinas card its genius though if a novice director does this its a structural faux pas.

  • Martin Rioux
    Martin Rioux Yıl önce

    I knew nothing about room before watching this. I stopped the video, I watched the movie. I wasn't mentally prepared. Brilliant movie! Thanks!

  • Ankita Kuvalekar
    Ankita Kuvalekar Yıl önce

    Loved the list. *a little SPOILER ahead* but I think in Room, in that hospital scene Jack has wet the bed ,as he tells Joy later when she wakes. I think he just smells the bed to understand why it's wet. Atleast that's what I thought when I saw the film.

  • ValterVogeli
    ValterVogeli Yıl önce

    The movie "shutter island" at about 52minutes.. when they all stand around each other in white clothes speechless.. there's one camera shot

  • Paulina Bringas
    Paulina Bringas Yıl önce

    I hate Everest but I only watched it once. The reason is that it felt to me like a meaningless tragedy. All they did was take me on a stressful ride along with no pay off whatsoever. (And yes I do know it's based on a true story, and I don't want to be disrespectful, but I can't find what's so remarkable about it that it had to be a movie)

  • Paulina Bringas
    Paulina Bringas Yıl önce

    One of my absolute favorite scenes in the world is the one in Room where Jack starts running from the truck. Few scenes have ever transported me like this one did. It connected with the sensation you have in those dreams where you can't run, your body is too heavy and you can't breathe. It was amazing