You know those scenes, that you remember long after the movie or an episode of a series is over, maybe it's a cameo that stands out, it might even be better than the whole movie, or a scene that's just perfect, etc. So let everyone know about your favs, maybe some will discover a great movie that way. In Neil LaBute's second movie, Your Friends & Neighbors, when THE two most underrated actresses get together, Nastassja Kinski and Catherine Keener, there is a nice quiet moment, Kinski lies on a couch and Keener touches her hair and then they start to kiss, it's just beautiful. All their subsequent scenes and subtle movements of the head or eyes here and there just make that movie what it is. It's the one where Jason Patric proves he's an actor. Another perfect scene is from a missed by most movie released by the new and already defunct Dimension Films called The Eye of the Beholder. Ewan McGreggor seen through a window of a hotel, barely walking through forceful desert winds, following Ashley Judd like a dog, it's such a powerful movie and that is one of the best scenes, the film is full of such voyeristic settings. Also, the reinserted scene into Leon where he goes to the restaurant with Mathilda and she gets drunk and out of control, it's so wonderful and shows how really mature and multi-layered her character is and that age and wisdom really do not always go together (unless you're born in US ) Tailor of Panama is another great one, I love the scene when Osnard played by Pierce Brosnan carries the two heavy suitcases full of money through the corn fields from his stuck car to the other, they're so heavy his hands are straight and just his legs make quick little steps, it's kind of amusing and realistic and so great, he's just vicious and keeps his eyes on the target. Blade Runner has a powerful scene when Rachael asks Deckard if he'll come after her, hunt her, kill her, with that great new music by Vangelis in the director's cut. The opening and closing scenes of Resident Evil are just awesome, great zoom in and out scored by Manson, Marilyn not Shirley. Of course the Strange Days' opening first person view sequence is historicaly the longest in any movie and is a great technical and dramatic achievement. Also, Stargate SG-1's season 1's episode There But For The Grace of God when Daniel transfers to another dimension where Goa'uld have attacked earth and we see all the major characters die in the ending sequence, and then the computer's woman voice counts down to self destruct as everything quiets down, it's great, I love it. There is also a funny cameo by Alec Baldwin in the recent Eddie Murphy flop Adventures of Pluto Nash, he plays an aquitted mob boss and his performance and digs at the obvious italian mafia lines are so funny and really standout in such a mediocre movie. That's it for right now off the top of my head, there are dozens more and I'm sure you've all got your favorites.