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  • I am never going back.

  • Then don't take down scores.

  • I do what I do best.

  • E take scores.

  • You do what you do best trying to stop guys like me.

  • Welcome to watch Mojo.

  • And today we're counting down our picks for the top 10 confrontational movie moments.

  • Call it, Call it hard, Just go.

  • You want me?

  • Here I am.

  • My name is Maximus Decimus, Merida's commander of the armies of the North General of the Felix.

  • Legions for this list will be examining tents or aggressive exchanges between two or more characters in film.

  • We'll be avoiding straight up fights and lengthy shootouts, though please note this video will contain spoilers.

  • If you think we miss one, be sure to confront us about it.

  • In the comments below Number 10 Clarisse meets Hannibal.

  • The Silence of the Lambs.

  • FBI student Clarisse Starling meets Dr Hannibal Lecter a few times throughout this film, but her first encounter with the cannibal psychiatrist is possibly the best.

  • Right from the beginning, she's thrown off by his calm culture demeanor.

  • You know, Florence, all that detail just from memory, sir.

  • Memory Agent Starling is what I have.

  • Instead of a view Hannibal, maybe locked up, but he has all the power as Clarisse is.

  • They're looking for his help.

  • He had been courteous and receptive to courtesy.

  • You had established trust with the embarrassing truth about Meg's now this ham handed segue into your question.

  • Er, the struggle between them isn't physical, but it's riveting nonetheless, and both actors air at the top of their game.

  • Watching their verbal sparring is like enjoying a nice Chianti liver and fava beans, optional A census taker.

  • Ones tried to test me.

  • I ate his liver with some fava beans and a nice Chianti.

  • Number nine coffee talk heat.

  • I don't know how to do anything else.

  • Neither do I.

  • I don't much want to either do I.

  • Heroes and villains Air, usually portrayed, is locked into constant struggle because of this time honored formula.

  • Scenes in which they're actually shown relating to one another could be refreshing.

  • There are few better examples than this exchange between Lieutenant Vincent Hanna and Neel McCauley.

  • In Michael Mann's Heat, Hannah, a police detective, invites Macaulay the thief he's pursuing to a coffee shop to talk.

  • What do you say I buy you a cup of coffee Yeah, sure.

  • Let's go.

  • Here they discuss their professions and personal lives despite finding common ground.

  • Both make it clear that they won't stop doing what they dio, even if one of them has to die for it.

  • If it's between you and some poor bastard whose wife you're gonna turn into a widow brother, you are going down number eight The deal.

  • Boogie Nights.

  • That's right, man.

  • So we're gonna do a deal.

  • We're gonna drop half a key baking soda into a bag.

  • We're gonna walk over there.

  • We're gonna talk about doomed to failure.

  • When Dirk Diggler and friends read and Todd try to sell baking soda to a drug dealer, it turns out well how you'd expect.

  • The scene is a perfect balance of comedy intention.

  • As dealer Rod sings along to his favorite tunes, including Jessie's Girl.

  • Lately, something's changed.

  • It ain't hard to find.

  • Meanwhile, there's a bodyguard with a gun and an associate playing with firecrackers.

  • Sure enough, the situation explodes when Todd decides that he wants to rob Rod, You don't know anything about this, okay?

  • This is not what you want.

  • Todd doesn't make it.

  • And Dirk and Reed barely escape way.

  • Where can you find a showdown like that?

  • Number seven.

  • You can't handle the truth.

  • A few good men courtroom dramas run on confrontation, but they don't get much more memorable than this one.

  • Colonel Jessup is giving testimony regarding the murder of a Marine, which defense attorney Lieutenant Kaffee believes was an extrajudicial punishment or code red gone wrong.

  • You want answers, I think I'm entitled.

  • You want answered.

  • What the truth.

  • You can't handle the truth.

  • After Cathy spots a contradiction and Jessop's story, the colonel becomes increasingly disdainful of the junior officer, going into a proud rant on the necessity of ugly choices in the military.

  • You have that luxury.

  • You have the luxury of not knowing what I know that Santiago's death, while tragic, probably saved lives.

  • And my existence, while grotesque and incomprehensible to you, saves lives.

  • However, Cathy's persistence leads to Jessup admitting that he ordered the code red.

  • It's kaffee, however, who ultimately gets the last word.

  • You put people's lives in danger.

  • Sweet dreams, son.

  • Don't call me son.

  • I'm a lawyer and an officer in the United States naming number six Mexican standoff The good, the bad and the ugly the dollars trilogy features some of the Western genres.

  • Greatest standoffs.

  • One of the most entertaining is the confrontation between the men with No name and Mortimer in for a few dollars more.

  • However, for this pick, we had to go with the final showdown between the titular characters of the good, the bad and the ugly.

  • Oh, it will be a lot easier with when the three arrive at a cemetery looking for buried gold, they engaged in a tense three way duel.

  • Clint Eastwood's Men with No Name stares down his rivals, Tuco and Angel Eyes, played by Mortimer actor Lee Van Cleef.

  • The tension rises to a fever pitch.

  • Is the movies iconic?

  • Score sores ever higher until a single shot rings out.

  • Number five Coin toss.

  • No Country for Old Men.

  • You're getting any rain up your way.

  • What way would that be?

  • I've seen you was from Dallas.

  • What business is it of yours where I'm from, friend.

  • Oh, A lot of people hate small talk, but not as much as dead eyed hitman Anton Sugar at a gas station.

  • He's irritated by the elderly attendance attempts at conversation and becomes evermore combative.

  • What time do you close now?

  • We close now is not a time.

  • What time do you close?

  • Generally around dark at dark.

  • You don't know what you're talking about.

  • This culminates in his demand that the attendant call a coin toss.

  • Call it calling.

  • The threat is only implicit, but hangs over the exchange like a dark cloud, keeping the audience on the edge of their seats.

  • Thankfully, the attendant calls it correctly, and as sugar walks out, it's easy to feel amused by his complete confusion.

  • But that unsettling feeling never really leaves either.

  • Don't put it in your pocket, sir.

  • Don't put it in your pocket.

  • That your luggage?

  • Water?

  • Where do you want me to put it?

  • Anywhere not in your pocket.

  • Number four.

  • Getting the suitcase.

  • Pulp Fiction There are a lot of great confrontations in this neo noir crime film.

  • Hey, kids, how you boys doing?

  • Hey, keep telling.

  • But perhaps the most memorable occurs when hitmen Jules Winnfield and Vincent Vega drop in on a group of friends who have stolen a suitcase from their employer.

  • So much about Jules interrogation is remarkable, from his hilarious dialogue to his abrupt murder of one of the men.

  • Oh, I'm sorry.

  • Did I break your concentration?

  • I didn't mean to do that.

  • Please continue.

  • And let's not forget his famous Bible quote.

  • You think you're 25.

  • 17?

  • The path of the righteous man is beset on all sides by the inequities of the selfish and the tyranny of evil men.

  • If you haven't seen it, then watching it will surely change your life.

  • Perhaps not as drastically auras, miraculously a surviving a hail of bullets, but still and I will strike down upon the with great vengeance and furious anger Those who attempt to poison and destroy my brothers.

  • And you will know my name is the Lord.

  • When I lay my vengeance upon the number three interrogations, the Dark Knight Batman has confronted his nemesis, the Joker, many times on screen.

  • But but few of their encounters make quite the impact that this one does.

  • When Harvey Dent and Rachel Dawes go missing Commissioner, Gordon gives Batman a crack and interrogating the clown prince of crime.

  • You want me Here I am.

  • I wanted to see what you do.

  • And you didn't disappoint.

  • You let five people die.

  • Although Batman gets a few licks in both verbally and certainly physically.

  • The Joker dominates the conversation, expressing his twisted admiration of Batman and his desire to bring everyone down to his level.

  • The gradually building tension and Heath Ledger's magnetic performance make this a confrontation.

  • You'll want to watch repeatedly.

  • You have nothing, nothing to threaten me.

  • Nothing todo with your story.

  • Number two.

  • Funny How good, Fellas.

  • The gangster lifestyle is full of hazards, but surprisingly, it's in a simple dinner scene that are Goodfellas protagonist Henry Hill feels most at risk when Tommy DeVito tells a funny story.

  • Henry remarks that Tommy is a funny guy.

  • E a story.

  • It's funny.

  • You're a funny guy.

  • Suddenly, Tommy gets serious, demanding to know what he means and picking apart.

  • Henry's response is funny.

  • How I mean, what's funny about Tom?

  • You know you got overall Ho Anthony.

  • He's a big boy.

  • He knows what he said.

  • What do you say?

  • Funny how the intensity comes from just how unhinged, irrational and impossible to appease Joe Pesci's character seems.

  • It turns out that he's just messing with Henry, but even knowing that and re watching the scene, it can still put you on edge.

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  • Yeah, stuttering Prick it.

  • It's funny, Sure, but there's still a really undercurrent of danger before we unveil our number one pick.

  • Here are a few honorable mentions.

  • Bob Story, the drop.

  • No one ever sees him coming.

  • So you Yeah, kill them.

  • Yeah, I did.

  • Shot him in the face twice.

  • Then I wrapped his head in the towel.

  • I stab him in the chest in his heart so he would bleed out.

  • Put him in my bathtub.

  • Washington Drain Shiva, the God of Death, Michael Clayton.

  • Always take your medication if you need it.

  • Folks, you are the senior litigating partner of one of the largest, most respected law firms in the world.

  • You are a legend.

  • I'm in a complex, dramatic depressive.

  • I am Shiva, the God of Death.

  • Let's get out of Milwaukee.

  • We'll talk about it.

  • King Kong Training day.

  • Alonso's public downfall on the police.

  • I run shit here.

  • You just live here.

  • Yeah, that's right.

  • You better walk away.

  • Go on, walk away cause I'm gonna burn this mother down.

  • King Kong ain't got shit on me.

  • Rooftop showdown.

  • The departed criminal and cops Spies confront each other at last.

  • Put the gun put the gun down.

  • All right.

  • I came here to talk some hands.

  • All right.

  • Just act professional, Maximus.

  • His name?

  • Gladiator.

  • Anyone else have this speech memorized?

  • My name is Maximus Decimus Meridia smooth commander of the armies of the North General of the Felix Legions.

  • Loyal servant to the true Emperor, Marcus Aurelius.

  • Father to a murdered son, husband to a murdered wife.

  • And I will have my vengeance in this life or the next.

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  • Number one, The Tavern.

  • Inglorious Bastards.

  • The opening scene of this World War two film features an intense interrogation that had us hooked from the very first minute.

  • But the greatest confrontation in inglorious bastards is the tavern scene.

  • Consequently, a German soldier conducts a search of a house suspected of hiding Jews.

  • Where does the hawk look?

  • Although German speaking members of the titular group are expecting to meet their contact in a basement tavern.

  • They're thrown for a loop when they find Nazi soldiers celebrating their.

  • The scene that follows is a masterpiece of rising tension as they get closer and closer to being exposed as enemy soldiers intruding Z out storm.

  • Eventually, their only choice left is toe light, the gun powder keg themselves, right?

  • Glazer.

  • What is boasting great dialogue and settle effective acting?

  • The tavern scene is a confrontation for the ages.

  • What appear There's only one thing left you dio and what would that be, Stiglitz say, are feeders into your Nazi boss?

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