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    Question Working on project: Favorite farewell scenes? (spoilers alert)

    Good evening!

    I am working on a project and realized that I didn't have to wrack my brain all alone. I'm hoping that ya'll could add your two cents to my thought process:

    What are your most favorite/memorable/emotional movie farewell scenes?

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    Well umm.....only ones that came to mind were the end of Terminator 2 because i'm sure everyone wanted the Terminator to stay with John Connor but it sucked that he couldnt and the end of Dragonheart.

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    Armageddon (Bruce Willis saying good-bye to Liv Tyler), Deep Impact (plenty of farewell sequences - the NASA spaceship crew saying good-bye to their families, Leelee Sobieski saying goodbye to her parents and adopting her little brother), Scream 2 (when Randy died... maybe that's just me)
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    same for me to Armageddon
    Free Willy (jesse saying bye to willy)
    Titanic
    Timeline ("I am home..")

    there are so many!
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    Not to ruin all the emotions but the fair well minute of finding nemo is actually pretty good with fishes stuck in the bags!

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    I'm another Armageddon farewell scene fan! Have to agree there. Strong and powerful. Especially with the flashback scenes in the eye when he presses the button too. Loved that!

    Bettlejuices ending with the music and dancing. I just have to get up and dance around the lounge when I watch that. Winona Ryder is so cute @ that age.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kagemush
    I am working on a project and realized that I didn't have to wrack my brain all alone. I'm hoping that ya'll could add your two cents to my thought process:
    Soooooo... taking the short cut, ey?

    Well depends exactly how you define a 'farewell' scene: farewell to people? farewell to people dying? farwell to a place? farewell to an event? farewell to a little hamster?

    Quote Originally Posted by radstar
    same for me to Armageddon
    I was just gonna say the same thing. Not that it's the best, but it's memorably baaaad.

    Also, genuinely memorable ones:

    Forrest Gump (Forrest saying goodbye at Jenny's grave)
    Monsters, Inc (farewell scene between Sully and Boo)
    Toy Story 2 (the sequence with Jessy and Emily - technically not a farewel scene, but it almost brought me to tears.)

    and no such list is completed without

    Casablanca (the final scene at the airport)
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    Hmmm...dammit Editman, you said the films I was gonna say! I can't think of anymore!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustRising
    Not to ruin all the emotions but the fair well minute of finding nemo is actually pretty good with fishes stuck in the bags!
    Hey I wuz wondering how old are you?

    just curious... and i'm not asking based on the movie, Finding Nemo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by I Got Trailers
    Hmmm...dammit Editman, you said the films I was gonna say! I can't think of anymore!
    Go and watch/see more movies then.

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    I go to cinema every week. Must either have a heart of stone or a black heart. I think I have both...

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    Old Yeller

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    Casablanca =)
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    I loved the farewell in HEAT-1995 (one of my favs)
    Them holding hands...
    I hope that counts.
    And MAN ON FIRE (My ultimate fav)
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