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The Prompt: #64: Your favorite moment in film.
First let me say, I am no film aficionado. My tastes tends to the rom-com, the high-school-coming-of-age, the John Hughes.
Also, I am not good at favorites. I can’t pick one favorite in a category.
Favorite food? Ice cream…and pizza…and, oh yes, cookies. And…
Favorite color? Green, except when it’s blue.
So. I am already failing at this assignment. But instead of a favorite, let me give you a smattering of favorites. In no particular order.
The Cue Card Scene in Love, Actually
The Boom Box Scene in Say Anything
The Sitting-On-The-Table Scene in 16 Candles
The “This is Just a Practice Kiss to See if You Know What You Are Doing” Scene in Some Kind of Wonderful
The Dad-Dressed-as-an-Aardvark Scene in Better Off Dead
You thought there was a whole unrequited love thing going there, and then I threw a man dressed as an aardvark at you. That is exactly why it makes the list. There is no category for that one. Very few parents-dressed-as-animals, at least that I am aware of.
Maybe that one IS my favorite.
Or one of the other ones…I could do this all day…
What is YOUR favorite movie scene?