26) I See Now (City Light, 1931, dir. Charlie Chaplin)
City Lights is so simple and perfect. This final scene showcases the fact that, while Chaplin is remembered as a great comedian, he also could tell a story of great emotional depth.
27) Who’s The Commanding Officer? (Apocalypse Now, 1979, dir. Francis Ford Coppola)
This is the scene in the film that truly sums up the insanity of war for me. It is the last American outpost in Vietnam and it is a waking nightmare.