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Top Ten Movie Scenes Revealed
11:54am 30th April 2012
(Updated 11:54am 30th April 2012)
ET's cycle flight in front of the moon is named the most memorable scene ever.
Universal has put together a list to celebrate its 100th birthday.
Runner-up is the clip from Jaws when Roy Scheider says: "You're gonna need a bigger boat."
The Ten Most Memorable Universal Moments are:
1. ET - Elliott carries ET on his bike and takes off.
2. Jaws - "You're gonna need a bigger boat" scene.
3. Back To The Future - Lightning strikes the clock tower to power the DeLorean.
4. Gladiator - Russell Crowe delivers his "My name is Maximus ...." speech.
5. Mamma Mia! - Meryl Streep leads the singing of Dancing Queen.
6. Spartacus - The "I'm Spartacus" scene.
7. American Pie - Jason Biggs experiments with apple pie.
8. To Kill A Mockingbird - Atticus Finch (Gregory Peck) delivers a powerful closing argument in court.
9. Billy Elliot - Billy Elliot (Jamie Bell) dances through the streets.
10. Bridget Jones's Diary - Hugh Grant and Colin Firth's fight scene.
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