June 20, 2012 / Fun / 0 comments
Chances are this list of the most iconic movie images will bring back some memories and trigger some emotions.
The Goonies, 1985
This is an iconic photo of Chunk.
The most memorable movie musical performance ever, caught in this frame.
When Harry Met Sally, 1989
Is there any other image that represents a woman faking an orgasm in a deli as perfectly as this one?
The movie is called scream, and she is screaming. If I had to guess what this movie was about from this photo, i’d say a killer who calls you on the phone and makes you scared.
Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, 1986
Ferris Bueller with an awesome shampoo-hawk.
Donnie Darko, 2001
This photo is pretty much perfect.
Thelma and Louise, 1991
Pretty Woman, 1990
The rich guy and the prostitute before they were in love, butttt you can kind of sort of tell they love each other.
This is the giant Piano in FAO Schwarz performance scene, where we remembered we all have a little kid in us.
Raiders of the Lost Ark, 1981
He’s running from the giant boulder. It’s Iconic.
Fight Club, 1999
Brad Pitt’s abs, Brad Pitt’s abs, Brad Pitt’s abs.
Taxi Driver, 1976
You know when you try to be tough and say, “You talkin’ to me?” Well this is that moment.
Rocky did it.
Back to the Future, 1985
It’s the Doc and Marty McFly looking like the exact emotion one would feel if they just discovered time travel.
The Breakfast Club, 1985
The moment where they all open up to each other and probably changed your teenage years, captured in this image.
Pulp Fiction, 1994
Uma Thurman with the short black hair dancing with John Travolta can never be redone.
King Kong, 1933
King Kong = Empire State Building = New York = Huge = Iconic.
The Godfather, 1972
Is there any other moment that encapsulates the don such as this?
Breakfast at Tiffany’s, 1961
Look at Audrey Hepburn, just look at her! This still of window shopping is old Hollywood at its best.
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, 1966
Clint Eastwood at his most Clint Eastwood-ness.
Jurassic Park, 1993
Don’t you feel like you are right there, also being stared down by a T-Rex?
The Shining, 1980
This image could not be more representative of the bottled up crazy that was Jack Nicholson’s character in this movie.
Forrest Gump, 1994
Even if you’ve never seen Forrest Gump you know this image.
The Notebook, 2004
This. Kiss. THIS KISS!
“Say hello, to my little friend.” This is Scarface in one single image.
Star Wars, 1977
This is that moment when Darth Vader says that line that everybody in the world knows, “Luke, I Am Your Father.”
Say Anything, 1989
Lloyd (John Cusack) holds his stereo above his head with Peter Gabriel playing. Guys, this is how you win a girls heart.
Seven Year Itch, 1955
The blowing up of the dress moment! It’s the image of Marilyn Monroe everybody will have in their head forever.
No one will ever stand at the bow of the boat and not do this.
This one takes the cake. Boy rides his bicycle into the air with his alien friend and their silhouette is on the moon. Amazing.