Here are the results of the latest SF Signal poll.
Which of these is the coolest scene in film/TV?
|(280 total votes)|
The Firefly fans have spoken! As mentioned previously, they flocked to this poll like there was no tomorrow. So with this week’s poll, we’re gonna give them some love.
But first, some comments this week:
“Scene from Chronicles of Riddick (2nd movie title?) where he is introduced into the death ship..very gothic/cyberpunk… the movie stank, but this was a groovy scene.” – Doug
“No fair pitting poor Tron against the Matrix, they were both revolutionary in their time. It seems I picked the underdog in Tron. I even had the Intellivision games. Good times.” – Richard
“Star Wars Episode V: Darth Vader revealing himself as Luke’s father.” – Martin T.
“From Alien: the scene of finding the pods; creeping around in that green-lit foggy space in an alien vessel, building up to the initial opening of the egg. The stomach bursting scene was just shock value.” – Bluejack
“The final chase and fight in Blade Runner is disturbingly intense and more weighted with both suspense and significance–both moral and dramatic–than those other sequences. Ford and Hauer give desperate performances.” – Bill P.
“1984. opening scene when winston smith is writing in his diary a letter to the future. (the version made in the 80’s)…” – Steve
“Adama jumping Galactica into the stratosphere and launching all the vipers to save the slaves in Battlestar Galactica season 3. Didn’t see it coming, and it was a very tense moment.” – Dale
“These are all lame. Deckard meeting Rachel for the first time in Blade Runner beats them to paste.” – J.H. Woodyatt