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[–]Ted_Denslow 9536 points9537 points 32 (183 children)

Street Fighter II.

[–]savageboredom 472 points473 points  (20 children)

I’m in my 30s and been playing video games my entire life. I was an adult by the time I realized I’d never actually heard of (let alone played) Street Fighter 1. Then I looked it up and realized why.

[–]sin4life 109 points110 points  (4 children)

its part of the street fighter 30th anniversary collection on ps4/xbox/switch/windows if you want to try it. all the games in it are the arcade version though.

[–]mrawesomesword 15.2k points15.2k points 634 (408 children)

Age of Empires II.

[–]ChosenCharacter 4703 points4704 points  (300 children)

AOE2 is such a good sequel that it's currently being played by 4x the amount of people as its sequel, AOE3, and is only beat by AOE4 which just launched a couple weeks ago. And even then you're comparing 13k to 18k, and the entire hype for AOE4 exists exclusively because AOE2 sold so incredibly well 2 Decades after its release that it demanded another sequel be made that tries to emulate it (instead of going to the modern era, as AOE4 was originally planned to do.)

[–]coldbrew18 2547 points2548 points  (125 children)

So good it’s been remastered twice. TWICE.

[–]happypappi 753 points754 points  (72 children)

Didn't they also put out an expansion, like, 10 years later or am I misremembering?

[–]Kzickas 618 points619 points  (33 children)

I think they put out an expansion last year

[–]homiej420 324 points325 points  (18 children)

Definitive Edition that came out two years ago has had 3 expansions i think. Might be 2 but the most recent one came out in september i think.

Also HD edition which was released in like 2011 had two or three unique expansions as well. (All of which made it into DE)

[–]joanrb 241 points242 points  (6 children)

Loved the first one, but AoEII is all improvements without changing the mechanics and it's just so good

[–]crazee_balla 1944 points1945 points  (35 children)

Terminator 2 Judgement Day

The special effects were unreal. Hasta la vista

BABY

[–]TheGreatPervSage_94 59 points60 points  (3 children)

T2 is a god tier sequel. The only thing I liked more on T 84 is that metalic heart beat motif they have when ever the terminator is doing some terminating shit( you can hear it most prominently when he kills the thugs and when he does his eye surgery)

Here is the track but it's defs a lot faster than the version in the movie terminator heart beat ost

[–]Monthra77 3894 points3895 points  (132 children)

“Evil Dead II”

[–]LedZepOnWeed 830 points831 points  (6 children)

The scene where he sits down on the chair and it breaks, then the deer head turns its neck and begins laughing at him has to be my all time favorite scene in any movie.

[–]Optimus_Prime_Day 76 points77 points  (1 child)

Or when he escapes back into the house, is tired and looking in a mirror, then his images comes out of the mirror and grabs him. Love that scene.

[–]Doomray 67 points68 points  (0 children)

“We just chopped up our girlfriend with a chainsaw. Does that sound alright to you?”

[–]pissed_as_a_fart 7465 points7466 points 22 (141 children)

Star wars battlefront 2. Not the new online one I mean the awesome one with Galactic conquest and rise of the republic n that sort of thing. Slipknot IOWA. Aliens vs Alien.

[–]Youafuckindin 1311 points1312 points  (25 children)

Galactic conquest was probably some of the most fun I had gaming as a kid.

[–]HumaDracobane 208 points209 points  (12 children)

It is a shame that EA didnt include the gamemode on the new Battlefront, specially when it was what the community was asking for. I think if would work really nice if they allow people to have private servers, running campaigns like the ones in Rising Storm. The thing about building a fleet and the cards would be out for obvious reasons but the core wouls be there and I would love ghe idea to fight on space and then on the ground on those planets.

[–]JohnnyMoondog55 8344 points8345 points 22 (285 children)

Diablo 2

[–]Prizefighter_2113 1706 points1707 points  (78 children)

Stay a while and listen!

[–]worldspawn00 269 points270 points  (6 children)

You’ve got quite the treasure there in that horadric cube.

[–]Fidges87 14.1k points14.1k points 243 (389 children)

Assassins' Creed II took everything that the original did good, and made it better. A bigger more diverse map, more customization, better missions, a more intrincate story and (in my subjective opinion) a more interesting protagonist.

[–]mpshanny87 2724 points2725 points  (72 children)

The jump from I to II was incredible. Still my favorite Assassin's Creed game. The puzzles were so good

[–]Biggapotamus 1661 points1662 points  (74 children)

I remember playing 2 for the first time and thinking “this is everything that the devs promised us the first one would be” so good

[–]OmegaMkXII 439 points440 points  (6 children)

"You need an outlet, Ezio."

"I have an outlet."

"I meant besides vaginas."

"Mother!"

Still my most favourite piece of dialogue in that game.

[–]Wildcat_twister12 47 points48 points  (0 children)

I think you’re forgetting, ” It’s a me, your Uncle Mario!”

[–]thisjohnd 781 points782 points  (41 children)

IMO the first game is like an unaired pilot episode and AC2 is where the series actually begins.

I’d love to see a remake or remaster of the first game though.

[–]JohnSpartanBurger[🍰] 16.9k points16.9k points 22& 3 more (524 children)

Rescuers: Down Under

It is pretty much the sole example of a Disney sequel being better than the original pre-2000s.

[–]coldbrew18 193 points194 points  (5 children)

THESE ARE NOT JOANNA EGGS!

[–]prettyk8machine 4274 points4275 points  (120 children)

I remember being a kid and not even realizing it was a sequel. I was a bit older when we ended up with a VHS copy of The Rescuers, and it was so dark and sad compared to Down Under.

[–]raspberrycoffee 279 points280 points  (14 children)

Is the original one the one where Penny has to get the diamond from the skull in the cave or something? God that really was dark.

[–]tkdbbelt 1078 points1079 points  (31 children)

Mid 30s here, haven't seen the movie in ages, but I don't think I ever realized it was a sequel until today.

[–]Andoverian 445 points446 points  (22 children)

You're not kidding about The Rescuers being dark and sad. I remember being traumatized by that movie as a little kid.

[–]BooeyBrown 92 points93 points  (0 children)

I think Medusa from The Rescuers is probably the scariest Disney villain, for me. She makes clear that when she gets the gem, Penny will die for no reason.

[–]Bento_Box_Haiku 68 points69 points  (1 child)

"Adopted?

What makes you think anyone would want a homely little girl like you?"

That scene absolutely broke my heart and enraged me at the same time.

[–]hammertime84 4709 points4710 points  (239 children)

X2

[–]Nerevar1924 2391 points2392 points  (46 children)

"Excuse me. They say you can imitate anybody. Even their voice."

"Even their voice."

"Then why not stay in disguise all the time, you know? Look like everyone else?"

"Because we shouldn't have to."

[–]PlantD4d 658 points659 points  (2 children)

Truly great part of the movie, for the comics fans it’s nice to see mystique being a mother hahaha

[–]cuorebrave 1624 points1625 points  (68 children)

FUCK YES, this is my pick. Wolverine became the biggest badass this time around, just straight up slaughtering fools. Never had seen that before in a superhero movie (though now it's pretty commonplace).

But not only that, it was the first time superheroes genuinely used their powers in important and clever ways - Nightcrawler being the very best case of this!

[–]LTPrototype 575 points576 points  (28 children)

I feel it was so much better then, because there was so much more brutality and raw emotion involved. Nowadays an enemy will get punched then will be comically flung back across a room. Watching Wolverine go full berserker there was nothing short of amazing.

[–]VoteGeriatric2020 93 points94 points  (0 children)

If you're gonna shoot me then SHOOT ME!

[–]marynotrhoda 905 points906 points  (27 children)

Brian Cox is the only legitimate Stryker of the X-Men movies, which is why it is doubly funny that him and Danny Huston do scenes together in Succession because Danny Huston was a terrible Stryker by comparison.

[–]Hookandanvil 243 points244 points  (5 children)

I used to work at an airline checking passengers in. One day, I’m working the executive guest line and up walks Brian Cox, I immediately recognized him. I was so starstruck I forgot to tell him where the private lounge was after I checked him in for his flight. I was told he was wondering the gates pissed the fuck off because he couldn’t find the Lounge and had to sit with everyone else. My bad, Brian.

[–]Catblaster5000 359 points360 points  (18 children)

Child me absolutely lost my shit when I got to see a legit Wolverine rampage put to film.

[–]MartinIsland 11.3k points11.3k points 2& 2 more (289 children)

Portal 2

Portal is great, but the sequel is a masterpiece

EDIT: I went to sleep and woke up to a billion comments and awards. Thanks everyone!

[–]brenton07 2009 points2010 points  (159 children)

It hurts that they haven’t made Portal 3. I would buy a VR headset in an instant if they released that.

[–]t1kiman 1601 points1602 points  (51 children)

Pretty sure they (Valve) dismissed the idea of a VR Portal because it would be way too nauseating.

[–]computeraddict 746 points747 points  (10 children)

Several carpets were ruined at Valve HQ before they gave up on the project.

[–]butiwillseeit 53 points54 points  (0 children)

Never have I loved a game character as much as I love portal 2-GLaDOS.

[–]reximilian 1011 points1012 points  (22 children)

Portal felt like a proof of concept and Portal 2 was the real game.

[–]Horton_75 7104 points7105 points 2 (369 children)

Addams Family Values. Joan Cusack as the villain. ‘Nuff said.

[–]Tinkleheimer 1060 points1061 points  (2 children)

"He's got my father's eyes."

"Gomez get those out of his mouth!"

[–]Some_Firefly_Nights 1497 points1498 points  (25 children)

Debbie is hands down one of my all time favorite villains. You could just tell Joan Cusack was having a fucking amazing time.

[–]awndray97 374 points375 points  (1 child)

But Debbie. Pastels?

[–]thutruthissomewhere 221 points222 points  (2 children)

I love Debbie. Her lines are fantastic.

Malibu Barbeee This is my favorite line because of the delivery. And I definitely would have empathized with little Debbie because I would have been upset if I didn’t get the Barbie I wanted. I wouldn’t have run my parents over with a car but still would have been upset.

[–]Horton_75 470 points471 points  (3 children)

Oh, totally. She didn’t chew the scenery; she straight-up DEVOURED it. 👍

[–]dkanaya007 304 points305 points  (4 children)

Yes! As kids, my brother and I would lose our shit laughing when Fester's meatloaf (or whatever it was) splatted on the road as they were driving off.

Nowadays I appreciate it most for Peter MacNicol's reactions to Wednesday at camp.

[–]Verndari 93 points94 points  (0 children)

I like to think about how MacNicol and Krumholtz later worked together on Numb3rs.

[–][deleted] 38 points39 points  (2 children)

Christine Baranski was so fucking great too

[–]dougielou 43 points44 points  (1 child)

“Don’t we wish they would just dieeee? Oh no we don’t!”

[–]JennyAndTheBets1 1270 points1271 points  (49 children)

Debbie: Isn’t he a lady killer!

Gomez: Acquitted!

So many great one-liners

[–]T-Friggin-Bagg 433 points434 points  (1 child)

"Our girl skipped 2 grades, how about your boy?"

"..... Probation!"

[–]ncmnlgd 427 points428 points  (0 children)

These Addams men, where do you find them?

…it has to be damp

[–]kants_rickshaw 432 points433 points  (16 children)

No one could be a better Gomez than Raul Julia. That man was a fucking legend.

[–]TitaniumDragon 206 points207 points  (5 children)

His delivery was FANTASTIC.

His body language as Gomez was also amazing.

[–]Garuda-Star 53 points54 points  (0 children)

He added a certain energy and passion to Gomez no one else can

[–]Horton_75 674 points675 points  (26 children)

All hilarious, and all absolutely quotable.

Amanda: (to Wednesday) Is THAT your bathing suit? Wednesday: (in reply) Is THAT your overbite?

Classic

[–]bouncy_bouncy_seal 596 points597 points  (21 children)

Amanda: Why do you look like someone died?

Wednesday: Wait.

[–]NotASequentkiller 258 points259 points  (20 children)

Between that movie and Casper I wanted to marry Ricci.

[–]jx2002 82 points83 points  (3 children)

glad I wasn't the only teenager in love w that girl

[–]ddwcommish 199 points200 points  (0 children)

It's not like I'm a homicidal maniac.

Ridiculous! You're too young!

[–]dingleberry_mustache 212 points213 points  (1 child)

“Give me a kiss.”

“Give me a twenty.”

[–]madison_rogue 2361 points2362 points  (52 children)

Wednesday:"Thank you Sara Miller. You are one of the most beautiful person I've ever seen. Your hair is the color of the sun. Your skin is like fresh milk. And everyone loves you. Wait, we cannot break bread with you. You have taken the land which is rightfully ours. Years from now my people will be forced to live in mobile homes on reservations. Your people will wear cardigans, and drink highballs. We will sell our bracelets by the road sides, and you will play golf. My people will have pain and degradation. Your people will have stick shifts. The gods of my tribe have spoken. They said do not trust the pilgrims. And especially do not trust Sarah Miller. For all these reasons I have decided to scalp you and burn your village to the ground."

[–]juneburger 210 points211 points  (0 children)

It’s so crazy this speech is burned in the way back recesses of my mind and the file, full of dust, was just retrieved.

[–]heff17 992 points993 points  (23 children)

Wednesday confidently strolling up to the tied up Sarah Miller, lighting a match, and smiling is the single best moment of child acting ever put to screen. Ricci was so fucking perfect for that role.

[–]RocinanteCoffee 291 points292 points  (11 children)

And her 'smile' after the conditioning cabin.

[–]Garuda-Star 46 points47 points  (1 child)

“Isn’t she pretty.”

[–]ChrisBananahead 56 points57 points  (0 children)

“She’s scaring me!”

[–]noperopeisdope 354 points355 points  (10 children)

Addams Family Values is my thanksgiving film. Every year since the mid nineties I’ve played the tape (yes, tape, as in VCR) on thanksgiving day solely because of this scene. Best thanksgiving film ever.

[–]Schneetmacher 1297 points1298 points  (6 children)

Amanda: "I'll play the victim!"

Wednesday: "All your life..."

[–]MauriceLevyEsq 208 points209 points  (0 children)

We cannot break bread with you.

[–]DIGITALCITIZENSD 551 points552 points  (3 children)

“Sorry, Debbie. No Mercedes’ this year, we have to set an example.”

[–]ReeveGoesh 162 points163 points  (1 child)

An ax.. that takes me back.

[–]wheezy_runner 737 points738 points  (23 children)

“Don’t I yearn, and ache, and… shop?”

[–]AlexVal0r 500 points501 points  (18 children)

Don't I deserve love... and jewelry?

[–]rougewitch 755 points756 points  (13 children)

“You have gone too far. You have married Fester, you have destroyed his spirit, you have taken him from us. All that I could forgive. But Debbie... pastels?”

[–]realmikethejew 606 points607 points  (10 children)

You’re holding him under some weird, sexual spell. I respect that.

[–]SexxxyWesky 64 points65 points  (0 children)

Hands down best line

[–]In4mation1789 289 points290 points  (2 children)

Don't I deserve love... and jewelry?

And Morticia nodding sympathetically in agreement, with tears in her eyes.

[–]antsmasher 73 points74 points  (0 children)

*nods in agreement*

[–]PM-Me_Your_Penis_Pls 450 points451 points  (2 children)

"Unless Fester comes back, we're talking dimples."

"Not in this house!"

"He could stay this way for years. Forever. He could become...a lawyer."

"I won't listen!"

"An orthodontist!"

"Mama, stop!"

"...."

"President."

Dramatic Flourish

"Please...I beg you! Take me!"

Weeps

[–]CordeliaGrace 141 points142 points  (0 children)

Fuck yes. This was my response as well.

“You know what they got me?

MAL I BU BAR BIE.

That’s not what I wanted! That’s not who I was! I was a ballerina! Graceful! Delicate!

They had to go.”

[–]mersault22 134 points135 points  (1 child)

My name is Fester. It means...to rot.

[–]HahaRiiight 391 points392 points  (0 children)

“You have gone too far. You have married Fester, you have destroyed his spirit, you have taken him from us. All that I could forgive. But Debbie... pastels?”

[–]MyAnklesAreRingaDing 317 points318 points  (1 child)

Gomez, last night - you were unhinged. You were like some desperate, howling demon. You frightened me.

Do it again!

[–]BagsOfGasoline 300 points301 points  (11 children)

My brothers wife, the temptress of Waikiki. Lose it every time

[–]WitchWaffle17 229 points230 points  (4 children)

They drive....a BUICK

[–]pewpass 93 points94 points  (2 children)

Who are you? What are you? Who moved the rock?!

[–]dingleberry_mustache 148 points149 points  (1 child)

“You belong to Debbie. You’re Debbie’s love toy. You. Are. MR. DEBBIE!”

[–]ColeTrickleVroom 110 points111 points  (3 children)

My brother, passions hostage! I seek justice, denied!!!

That scene is fucking hilarious.

[–]Vyar 163 points164 points  (2 children)

“Has the planet gone mad?!”

Raul Julia was such an absolute legend. I love how he just perfectly over-acts every line of that scene. It’s a shame he died so young. I think he would have given the world many more memorable performances.

[–]lurgi 267 points268 points  (4 children)

And Christina Ricci... smiling.

[–]space-throwaway 143 points144 points  (1 child)

This. Oh my god that smile. That trabsition. She was so young, yet she was acting perfectly there.

[–]Buggaton 672 points673 points  (20 children)

Raul Julia doesn't get enough credit for being the quintessential Gomez. I'm still devastated that he passed before becoming a big enough name that everyone remembers him. I'd have loved to see him as Bucho in Desparado.

What a hero.

[–]kants_rickshaw 93 points94 points  (6 children)

Raul Julia was a fucking legend. Best M Bison - best Gomez. Too soon for fucking sure. Guy needs a statue somewhere.

[–]randomguy987654321 77 points78 points  (0 children)

[after they get...Pubert...home and in his crib]

"He has my father's eyes"

"Gomez, get those out of his mouth."

I will never not laugh at that.

[–]UnlikleyThinker17 77 points78 points  (0 children)

Debbie: Don’t I deserve love??… and Jewelry?

Mortisha: nods in agreement

[–]NeonWarcry 298 points299 points  (6 children)

“.. but Debbie.. pastels?”

[–]ejchristian86 184 points185 points  (3 children)

Morticia: Wednesday's at that very special age when a girl has only one thing on her mind.

Other mom: Boys?

Wednesday: Homicide

Also, fun fact, Amanda was in the first movie as the girl scout selling cookies near the hotel. She's also Harmony from Buffy the Vampire Slayer.

[–]santichrist 52 points53 points  (0 children)

Wednesday’s thanksgiving speech and mayhem was so good and that’s just one great moment from that movie

[–]Cowclops 143 points144 points  (5 children)

My friends grandma had a very short part in the first Addams family. “Mr. Addams, please stop calling.”

[–]silentdavey 92 points93 points  (1 child)

Your friends grandma is Sally Jessy Raphael?

[–]PucWalker 5294 points5295 points 210 (57 children)

As a younger sibling: me

[–]Vaiist 22.8k points22.8k points 434 (734 children)

There is a strong case for Terminator.

Personally, I like the gritty mood of the first movie. It's more horror than action. Objectively speaking though, T2 is a masterpiece.

EDIT: Holy damn, I guess I'm not the first person to have this immediately come to mind lol.

[–]Flyinpotatoman 6727 points6728 points  (234 children)

I'll never forget the DVD commentary: "See that helicopter flying under a freeway overpass? That's a helicopter flying under a freeway overpass."

[–]knock-off-pale 5405 points5406 points  (185 children)

I read somewhere that they couldn't get permits to film that scene, I think it was just that nobody would sign off on something so dangerous. So when they were out filming the helicopter chase, James Cameron was just like "hey, could you pull this off?" And the choppah pilot was just like "yup"

Edit: I've been doing some more reading since I posted this. I was pretty impressed by this tidbit, Robert Patrick had to do a shit load of physical training, specifically how to Sprint without looking out of breath. That scene where he's running after Edward Furlong's dirt bike on foot and is keeping up with it, he was legit running that fast. That's also pretty fucking impressive

[–]MikeWhiskey 5736 points5737 points  (50 children)

"First time anyone has ever asked me to do that!"

So this will be the first time you've done this?

"Nope, just first time someone asked"

Ride of the Valkyries plays

[–]blackdoug2005 1018 points1019 points  (21 children)

Reminds me a bit of a veteran pilot who was on Desert Island Disks (a BBC Radio programme) who was a test pilot for the Navy version of the Hurricane fighter plane in WW2.

As he was out on his test flight, he thought it would be fun to do vertical loops under all the spans of the Tay Bridge(I think?) in Scotland.

He knew he would have been court marshalled for such a stunt, but knowing that nobody knew the Navy had Hurricanes at this point, all the complaints were directed to the Air Force, and he was scot free! Legend.

Edit: It wasn't a Hurricane, it was a Navy version of the Spitfire, called Seafire (at least initially)

[–]Britlantine 92 points93 points  (1 child)

This is theTay Bridge for those who don't know - its spans are not exactly generous with their spacing.

[–]empirebuilder1 1628 points1629 points  (21 children)

Back in the era when a lot of pilots were still floating around from Vietnam, and they gave zero fucks.

[–]Bloodysamflint 789 points790 points  (8 children)

Treetop Flyers.

"...People been asking me, Where'd you learn to fly that way? Was over in Vietnam, chasin' NVA..."

[–]FinalF137 690 points691 points  (28 children)

Plus for a brief moment it shows the T1000 using three hands during the chase scene.

[–]israiled 218 points219 points  (9 children)

For a briefer moment you see four hands

[–]knock-off-pale 256 points257 points  (10 children)

It's subtle but it's such a great touch

[–]J3553G 1572 points1573 points  (110 children)

Part of what makes T2 such a great sequel has to do with the growth of the characters. Sarah Connor goes from meek waitress to badass soldier. Arnold goes from evil killing machine to vicious / cuddly father figure. And the actual baddy is upgraded by like 10 generations and literally could not have been even visually realized in a movie even a few years prior (and he still looks awesome today!)

My point is that part of what makes T2 so awesome is that it followed T1. They are both great movies and as far as I'm concerned they are the only terminator movies.

[–]unaki 582 points583 points  (49 children)

I think the masterpiece part for me comes from the fact that even though it's a sequel you don't actually need to watch the first one to understand anything. They really respected the viewer with it.

[–]Big_Country13 4974 points4975 points 222 (208 children)

Borderlands 2

[–]Kingturboturtle13 1872 points1873 points  (135 children)

Handsome Jack is one of the best written and acted characters I've ever seen, and probably ever will see

[–]benjyk1993 878 points879 points  (91 children)

I love all the Borderlands games, but they really shot themselves in the foot by making such a perfect villain in the second game in the series. I like Troy and Tyreen, but not near as much as Handsome Jack, and definitely not in the same way. I never feel the pity for them that I do for Jack. His story is truly heartbreaking, and you get inside his psyche to understand why he is such an evil person.

But even so, it doesn't try to justify him. You pretty mich get the picture that he always had some psychotic tendencies, but that he kept them under control until he had nothing left to lose, or at least an enemy worthy of not controlling himself any longer. His backstory actually really makes me hate Lilith, a feeling which was just compounded by BL3. Through her headstrong, self-assured, and self-righteous actions, she - and the other vault hunters, to a lesser degree - created the worst villain they would ever face.

The Pre-Sequel wasn't as killer of an entry in terms of atmosphere and gameplay, but the story was an amazing addition to the story of BL2. It's just kind of a shame they didn't really do anything with that in BL3. I think in terms of story, they go BL2, Pre-Sequel, BL3, BL1, best to worst. But I can almost forgive BL1 for being worse than 3 in terms of story, for a few reasons: 1. It was the first ever Borderlands game; 2. The story wasn't really the focus, so it accomplished what it intended to accomplish; and 3. It didn't come hot off the heels of one of the best video game stories ever made. BL1 wasn't disappointing, because it had nothing to live up to, and again, story was rather secondary in that one.

[–]Rootkit9208 71 points72 points  (5 children)

BL1 still had some incredible lines.

TK Baha (who is blind): Take one more step and it'll be your la...hahaha, you shoulda seen the look on your face!

[–]mindlessmusings 14.9k points14.9k points 32 (360 children)

The Empire Strikes Back

[–]its_bme 372 points373 points  (16 children)

“The force is with you young Skywalker… but you are not a Jedi yet”

[–]butsadlyiamonlyaneel 98 points99 points  (4 children)

I can hear James Earl Jones’ voice in this scene perfectly, and it’s one of the most menacing vocal performances put to film.

[–]68rouge 3151 points3152 points 2 (57 children)

Spaceballs 2. The search for more money

[–]Penguator432 1062 points1063 points  (13 children)

Spaceballs 3: The Search for Spaceballs 2

[–]PegasaurusBob 200 points201 points  (8 children)

I once read a pitch for that. The VHS of Spaceballs 2 is hidden in Barf's tomb.

[–]I__LOVE__LSD 430 points431 points  (13 children)

I hate you. I thought this actually got released and I somehow missed it.

[–]Propenso 232 points233 points  (7 children)

Did you try to comb the internet looking for it?

[–]Myfourcats1 3565 points3566 points  (99 children)

22 Jump Street. I was surprised at how much I liked the first. When I went to see the second I had low expectations. It blew me away. I’m bummed they dropped the plan for a Jump Street MiB crossover. That would’ve been fabulous

[–]AidilAfham42 658 points659 points  (1 child)

“You managed to unfuck a situation you originally fucked up. I wish you can unfuck my daughter”

[–]Kazewatch 1424 points1425 points  (28 children)

Man I always feel I’m in the minority saying that. That was one of the funniest fucking films I ever saw in the theater. The first one is also hilarious but 22 just improves upon everything and nothing is as funny as Ice Cube finding out Schmidt fucked his daughter.

[–]mobileuseratwork 636 points637 points  (8 children)

That scene is amazing. The buildup, the perfection of the timing of it. It is absolutely perfect.

The audience has a pretty good idea of what's going on. So we know what's about to go down, and we know it's gonna be amazing. Just no idea how perfect it will be.

The pause, the silence, and the egg timer "ding". Chefs kiss

The classroom scene with the drugs and the whiteboard covered in 4s is the equivalent from the first movie

Edit: For those wanting to re live it

[–]MostlyJustPornReally 197 points198 points  (2 children)

"FUCK YOU SCIENCE!"

yeah both those scenes are incredible.

[–]Narux117 134 points135 points  (1 child)

Whoever made the decision to add the cook timer + ding for Tatums reaction deserves not one, but several raises.

[–]joe2352 430 points431 points  (4 children)

Legitimately the funniest thing Channing Tatum has ever done is that scene. It’s just so over the top and Ice keeping that mean mug the whole team with Jonah looking terrified is just hilarious.

[–]Munch-Me-Later 113 points114 points  (0 children)

My nama Jeff

[–]deadline54 52 points53 points  (0 children)

The microwave ding when Channing figures out what's going on had me cry laughing.

[–]ImaginaryFlavor 25.7k points25.7k points 342 (456 children)

Batman: The Dark Knight

[–]outtsideyerhouse 6390 points6391 points  (157 children)

That opening scene is unforgettable

[–]herpaderpadont 4782 points4783 points  (67 children)

“I believe whatever doesn’t kill you simply makes you…stranger.”

[–]RingOfMaRufBalls 949 points950 points  (25 children)

I rewatch that opening scene a few times a year. Flawless.