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    Se7en has good music and careful editing. The way it already sets the mood of the movie is great, so dirty and vile.

    Dr. Strangelove's is just plain good. That music combined with those images, HAH!

    The Terminator: I don't need to say much about this one.
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    Aguirre, The Wrath of God opening sequence:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yBnejPEsLec

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    Fight Club and any Bond film except for Dr. No.


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    Monty Python and the Holy Grail

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    The Sandlot- "If my dog was as ugly as you... I'd shave its butt and tell it to walk backwards." That and many more... actually the whole thing.

    Pulp Fiction- Really... this will pop-up in almost every thread man, Great! Mooooovie...

    The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly- The end where they're all having a Mexican stand-off

    ZULU- Umm... the whole thing

    The Battle of Britian- The dogfight scenes were amazing!!! If you haven't seen this movie, I'd personally highly recommend it!

    Snatch- Brad Pitt was fantastic and is at his best in this movie and all of the characters are just amazing and it all comes together at the end!!
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    Naked Gun.
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    Surprised no one said 007
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    Linda Blair doing a 180 with her head in The Exorcist.

    Now that was a classic scene!
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    TruePraetorian, from post #5:

    Quote Originally Posted by TinCow
    ...and any Bond film except for Dr. No.
    BTW, this is the thread for greatest film title sequences, not Greatest Film Sequences. We seem to have some confusion here between the threads.
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    Oops. Sorry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TruePraetorian
    Surprised no one said 007
    Don't be, TinCow did just a few posts before yours.

    Oh wait, Gregoshi beat me to it. Only by a few hours, mind you.

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