Greatest Slow-Motion Moments In Cinematic History




Some movie scenes have so much packed into them that they require multiple viewings to really take everything in — or, in a lot of cases, they just need to be slowed down. Filmmakers have been utilizing slow-motion for as long as they’ve been making films, and the technique has come a long way since the birth of the art form.
But not every movie that utilizes slow-motion does it well. And some filmmakers tend to use it more often than they should. But when it’s right, it’s incredible. From bullet time to baby carriages, these are the greatest slow-motion moments in cinematic history.

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The Matrix (1999) | 0:00
Django Unchained (2012) | 1:22
American History X (1998) | 2:15
Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991) | 3:13
A Clockwork Orange (1971) | 4:05
Apocalypse Now (1979) | 5:05
Hard Boiled (1992) | 5:51
Dredd (2012) | 6:52
Die Hard (1988) | 7:52
The Hurt Locker (2008) | 8:49
Raging Bull (1980) | 10:00
Chariots of Fire (1981) | 11:14
Carrie (1976) | 12:11
Watchmen (2009) | 13:55
Bonnie and Clyde (1967) | 15:07
The Boondock Saints (1999) | 16:33
Inception (2010) | 17:33
Panic Room (2002) | 19:04
Zombieland (2009) | 19:55
Baby carriage scenes | 20:48
So many Wes Anderson films | 22:01

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