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(Paste Magazine) Video In honor of Martin Scorsese turning 70 here are the 15 most memorable musical moments from his films. List wins with the infamous one camera long tracking shot from "Goodfellas"   ( pastemagazine.com) divider line
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2012-11-18 10:52:13 AM  
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My favourite is the Ronettes be my baby, while the couple walks to their table through a busy night club, through the back. 20 years ago, my family and extended family used to own a lot of restaurants, whenever my wife and me wanted to visit a family owned restaurant, we used to enter through the back, the reason we entered through the back was out of respect to the chef and the owners hung out there. I used to be cool, now, I spend my time on fark and eating granola bars and yoghurt...
2012-11-18 03:12:34 AM  
2 votes:
List fails without the theme to the TV series Alice.
2012-11-18 05:43:32 PM  
1 vote:
That scene from Taxi Driver was excellent. My Fark name was almost Henry Krinkle.
2012-11-18 10:41:38 AM  
1 vote:

jake_lex: And the funny part is that wasn't even how it was planned. They were just going to have Henry and Karen go in through the front door, but the Copacabana wouldn't allow that. So they replaced it with the shot where they come in through the back.

No shiat. Huh.

I caught a weird 24 horu flu last week....spent saturday in that haze of half asleep body ache and watched goodfellas twice. that shot it amazing.

2012-11-18 09:27:14 AM  
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DamnYankees: How is that shot infamous? Infamous is not a synonym for famous, subby.

Don't you get it? In-famous is when you're more than famous. That shot from Godfellas is not just famous, it's IN-famous.
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