The Best Rain-Soaked Movie Scenes
There's nothing warm or dry about Suspiria's opening scene, and that's fine by us.
In honor of and in hope of this forecast, we're taking a cue from DC9 (even though Pete is in his office right now playing Blind Melon's "No Rain" and bitching about losing the record) and offering the best in rainy weather movie scenes. No umbrellas required.
Please, to enjoy:
New Line Cinema
An Evening With Kim Fields
TicketsFri., Nov. 4, 8:15pm
24-HOUR FILMFEAST Featuring the Films of Thomas Allen Harris
TicketsSat., Nov. 5, 12:00pm
Casa Manana Presents Million Dollar Quartet
TicketsSat., Nov. 5, 2:00pm
Scott Joplin Chamber Orchestra Of Houston
TicketsSat., Nov. 5, 5:00pm
MARIA BAMFORD LIVE
TicketsSat., Nov. 5, 8:00pm
Seriously. By this point in the movie there is nothing about this that isn't perfection. It's what needed to happen, dammit. Plus, it looks really cold and that makes it even more amazing.
Tragic and powerful. Time ... to ... rain.
The Shawshank Redemption
Castle Rock Entertainment
"Andy crawled to freedom through five hundred yards of shit smelling foulness I can't even imagine, or maybe I just don't want to. Five hundred yards... that's the length of five football fields, just shy of half a mile." TNT's greatest rain-drenched offering on a summer day.
There's nothing like a steady shower to make a T. rex glisten in the moonlight. Or to wash away goat's blood. Or to make it extra slippery and cold when you try to get away.Next Page
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