Be sure to watch the climactic scene the film is known for and you'll understand why the film is constantly ranking on scary movie lists.
The confrontations were not limited to the soldiers; another climactic moment in the production is the battle between the pure Irish Cailin "Saoirse" and the temptress "Morrigan."
Once buckled in, space tourists are taken on "The Ultimate Star Wars Adventure," through the Star Tours travel agency, to the forest moon of Endor, where the climactic battle took place in Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi.
climactic confrontation in the magic cave.
By the time we get to the almost criminally enjoyable climactic chase, we're completely and utterly hooked.
climactic shufflings of one will win.
climactic ending... wow!
For The League it would require true eclecticism to fulfill such a climactic brief.
Every last vestige of reality was destroyed in the climactic live finale.
The very French grisettes is the climactic soirÃ©e should send you out on a high.
This killing is one of the causes of the climactic gunfight in Matewan.
Geological and climactic factors have combined over millions of years to create a hothouse of evolution, a seemingly endless parade of marine life.
There's one extremely strong plot twist, followed by a truly laughable climactic fight.
However, in the play's climactic moments of violence and force, the blocking seems under-rehearsed and a little too mannered.
Van Helsing must fight Dracula in one climactic showdown.
The video game puts us in his shoes in the climactic final scene.
climactic battle seems to borrow elements from the previous two films.
Weather and Climate: A beach wedding or other outdoor ceremony or reception can encounter such conditions as wind, sand, saltwater spray, and other climactic or environmental conditions that make a stiff gown unreasonable.
There are 20 wine regions in Italy, which all possess different terroir characteristics, geographical and climactic differences.
In the right hands it can be added to the choreography, whether a gallant tip of the hat to the lady or her flinging it off at a climactic moment and letting her hair swing free.
The tracks that stand out include the moodier pieces played during climactic portions of season one's episodes.
As scientific progress and achievements approached the climactic period of world war in the 1940s, those scientific achievements also produced some of the most dangerous and tragic weapons known to man.
Increasing climactic temperatures, especially as the oceans warm up, seem to be increasing the severity of storms all over the world.
This life span, of course, is dependant upon how well the lights are cared for and the climactic conditions of your area.
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