Archive for March, 2008

The Cosby Show – Night and Day

Posted in TV on March 31, 2008 by phenixascending

This is probably one of the most memorable tv scenes of all time.  The Cosby show itself was great for so many reasons, but it was episodes like this that really set it apart.  I watched this show so many years ago and I always remembered this song even before I knew it was a Ray Charles song and I remembered Rudy signing her part.  This just made you wish you had a family like the Huxtables.  Everything about this scene was perfect. Don’t you all agree? This would definitely be on the top 10 for tv shows.


The Departed – Cranberry Juice

Posted in Movies on March 31, 2008 by phenixascending

I was never impressed with Leo DiCaprio as an actor but this movie changed my mind about him.  He really showed maturity and growth.  He made this movie for me and this scene was absolutely a classic.  It’s a matter of subtleties in this scene that really sells it. Not only is the scene funny, but Leo’s expressions are great. Check it out.

Juice – 2pac doesn’t give a F***!

Posted in Movies on March 31, 2008 by phenixascending

This scene is posted by “popular” request.  While I have yet to see this movie in its full unedited version, Juice is a fan favorite and this is one of the best scenes in the movie.

Old School – Impossible to Choose

Posted in Movies on March 31, 2008 by phenixascending

There were so many great scenes in Old School that it was really hard to choose a favorite.  But luckily someone put together a 4 min clip with some of the best scenes.  I had to add two more scenes, which was the ribbon dance scene with Will Ferrell and the scene where he sings at Blue’s funeral.  This movie was so great because it was so simple and not over the top.  I constantly find myself quoting the characters and to me it’s an all time classic.

When Michael Slaps Kay

Posted in Movies on March 31, 2008 by phenixascending

I was in Junior High School when I first saw The Godfather movies and I always remembered this scene.  First because Al Pacino is one of the greatest actors to ever live, and second because it was damn funny.  I mean, he seriously b*tch slapped Kay for aborting his unborn son and in real life this would be terrible, but here it was classic.  I loved Michael as a character and for some reason wanted him to always be in charge.  He was the one I rooted for not Kay. His power, his ego, his pride were captivating and I wanted more of it.  So him slapping the mess out of Kay was great.  Let’s revisit it together.

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Posted in Uncategorized on March 31, 2008 by phenixascending

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