"They're so slippery." Amy Adams shows off her braceless teeth to Leonardo DiCaprio in Catch Me If You Can (Steven Spielberg, 2002).
Dennis Christopher, creepy as an ursatz Hopalong Cassidy, in the underrated Fade to Black (Vernon Zimmerman, 80).
She's a goner. La Ceremonie (Claude Chabrol, 95).
A son (Jackie Earle Haley) cries out for his mother in Little Children (Todd Fields, 2006).
One more time down the stairs for Laurel and Hardy in The Music Box (James Parrott, 32).
Don Knotts commands the ship in The Reluctant Astronaut (Edward Montagne, 67).
Stanley Kubrick surveys his work in Making The Shining (Vivian Kubrick, 80).
Memories catch fire on the hot plate in Hapax Legomena I: Nostalgia (Hollis Frampton, 71).
Flight. Brewster McCloud (Robert Altman, 70).
Perhaps the most hilariously preposterous shot I can recall: Sam Elliott hangs on a landing strut, high up above NYC, as he attempts to down the bad guys in Shakedown (James Glickenhaus, 88).
America explodes in Zabriskie Point (Michelangelo Antonioni, 70).
One of my favorite lines in movie history: "Please, God, don't let the invisible fire burn my friend." John C. Reilly rushes to Will Farrell's aid in Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby (Adam McKay, 2006).
Drunken doings in the Oscar-winning short Special Delivery (Eunice Macaulay and John Weldon, 78).