... I am brought to thinking about various points in movies that have emotional impact towards me, be it chills, smiles or choked up feelings.
Yes... this is an awful distraction, and in part I blame my old friend Jordan Kologe (http://akropolisnow.blogspot.com/) for inspiring me. However, his post was much deeper, and had to do with deep emotional takeover and the individuality vs universality of emotions...
...and I am just going to give a brief list of some favorite movie moments that are in my immediate memory (seeing as deeper thought would require more focus that I am obviously willing to shell out tonight.... yikes work ethic).
None the less, here are some moments in movies that make Mr. Jonathan Arkle happy that such an art form (yes art form) exists.
When Andy watches his fellow inmates enjoy cold beers on the roof after a long day of work - The Shawshank Redemption
The opening title card and subsequent introduction to the 'boat' "Serenity, specifically it's correlation with the soundtrack - Serenity
Frodo confides his fears to Gandalf in Moria, Gandalf speaks of "the time that is given to you" - The Fellowship of the Ring
"I'd buy the quick-stop and re open it myself!" Randals "moment". - Clerks II
"There is no one watching out for us, we are all alone" Miracles and signs speech - Signs
"My Gift is my song" introduction - Moulin Rouge (shut it...)
Maximus enters Elysium, now we are free - Gladiator
When Mel Gibson rides down a line of people, with a flag or with face paint and rallies a war cry - Every Gibson movie.. ever
and I am writing this on my "blogger dashboard widget", so unfortunately, I have a limited amount of space before I must finish off, and that limit ends roughly he