Iconic Movie Scenes

Redefining and reinterpreting the classics.

Every great movie is comprised of a series of memorable scenes -- moments that continue to resonate in the minds of audience members long after the lights go up. But why stop there?

Re-live your favorite scenes with Yoostar 2, the game that puts your Xbox Kinect or Playstation Move to work, transporting you directly into the motion picture! It's the perfect party game that lets you act out scenes and rack up points from over 80 iconic movies.

Rotten Tomatoes has pulled out the 10 best-reviewed movies from Yoostar 2, selecting our personal favorite iconic scenes from each!

Click here to uncover Iconic Movie Scenes!
And tell us some of your favorite scenes ever in the comments!

Comments

Stepping Razor

Stepping Razor

This is pretty pathetic RT. Promote movies? Fine. This is a movie site.

But presenting a link/feature that's basically an ad for this game? No thanks. I'll skip on this and tell everyone I know to boycott the game. :)

Mar 14 - 04:43 PM

Dave J

Dave J

I agree and kinda lame if you ask me even as a film buff!

Mar 14 - 04:54 PM

Dave J

Dave J

I agree and kinda lame if you ask me even as a film buff!

Mar 14 - 04:54 PM

rle4lunch

Chad W

Thanks for the preemptive warning. I will not pursue this link!

Mar 14 - 05:20 PM

Stepping Razor

Stepping Razor

How fitting it is that I come back here, and I see about four spam-bot postings cluttering the comments with spam-vertisements.

Mar 14 - 09:20 PM

MAMOVIES

Matheus Cassiano

Humm alright..

Mar 14 - 07:42 PM

RamALamADingDong

That Guy

What a poor list. Not that it was bad in itself, they were quite right that the scenes they had were iconic. It was bad in concept.

For one, there are simply too many iconic scenes that even the most basic of movie buffs could point out. 2001, Aliens, Star Wars, Dracula, The Matrix, Superman, Forrest Gump, and the list goes on.

Second, this just seems like they pulled ten movies out of a hat. Godfather, Terminator, Casablanca, and Frankenstein easily top any list. But certainly the lightsaber duel in Empire or the chestbursting in Alien are higher on the list of iconography than Shaun of the Dead or Men in Black.

This list was doomed from the start. Too many people will complain (I'm self-aware, not different) about what wasn't there. It was too loose a topic.

Mar 14 - 07:49 PM

Stepping Razor

Stepping Razor

It was not a legitimate list spurred by someone's honest idea, but just something sponsored by a videogame maker, designed to pitch its videogame to us. It's worse than an infomercial, or a telemarketer's phone call.

Mar 14 - 09:21 PM

dj Mark

Mark Marquis

And isn't it entirely possible that the list of scenes had more to do with what rights could be secured for the game than with actual iconography?

Mar 15 - 10:13 AM

Stepping Razor

Stepping Razor

I look at it more as being a flimsy cover just to pitch the sponsor's name and game.
The intent behind it is to help sell the videogame. Reminds me of how local news stations will present a "story" that is basically a live infomercial by a company that paid money for the exposure.
I'm not biting.

Mar 15 - 04:31 PM

RamALamADingDong

That Guy

Then it's a poor list for a poor game. Are we to expect this for the next Scene It and any other movie related game? That's fine and dandy for IGN and other game related sites. But this is Rotten Tomatoes, a major movie site. I expect a guide with some more thought to it.

Mar 15 - 08:10 PM

Stepping Razor

Stepping Razor

How fitting it is that I come back here, and I see about four spam-bot postings cluttering the comments with spam-vertisements.

Mar 14 - 09:20 PM

dethburger

dethburger hates Flixster

This list is like slinging shit on a wall and seeing what sticks.

Sad RT.

And look at all this spam too.

Yuck.

Mar 14 - 09:20 PM

Wisenheimer

Joshua Dinsmore

lol

Mar 14 - 11:39 PM

Stepping Razor

Stepping Razor

It was not a legitimate list spurred by someone's honest idea, but just something sponsored by a videogame maker, designed to pitch its videogame to us. It's worse than an infomercial, or a telemarketer's phone call.

Mar 14 - 09:21 PM

Wisenheimer

Joshua Dinsmore

What the hell is with the product placement, RT? I mean come on. Kinect Yoostar 2? Oh yeah, because that game is so going to top the sales charts. >_<

Mar 14 - 11:38 PM

kiminesh

ganesh shan

is it? =o

Mar 18 - 12:17 PM

Wisenheimer

Joshua Dinsmore

If it does I'm going to live in a hole because that would be a sign of the Apocalypse.

Mar 20 - 05:16 PM

Wisenheimer

Joshua Dinsmore

lol

Mar 14 - 11:39 PM

rle4lunch

Chad W

Ah Flixter, how you've ruined RT.

Mar 15 - 02:26 AM

kiminesh

ganesh shan

most certainly it did =\

Mar 18 - 12:09 PM

John T.

John Taylor

This is definitely a list that should have been compiled by an open vote. I think this 10 was put up at random just to see how many people signed on just to say - "what about...?"

Mar 15 - 03:15 AM

Stepping Razor

Stepping Razor

Actually, it's just an excuse to advertise the videogame made by the sponsor of this "story."
It's similar to those fake stories you see in a paper, that say advertisement at the top and bottom. But RT, unashamedly, is passing it of as one of their regular entries.
I smelled a rotten fish after going to this "story" and I quickly stopped reading.

Mar 15 - 04:28 PM

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