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Top 10 - (Most memorable) Psychopaths on Film.

“I think a lot of psychopaths are just geniuses who drove so fast that they lost control.” 

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If you’re part of a crew, nobody ever tells you that they’re going to kill you, doesn’t happen that way. There weren’t any arguments or curses like in the movies. See, your murderers come with smiles, they come as your friends, the people who’ve cared for you all of your life. And they always seem to come at a time that you’re at your weakest and most in need of their help.  Goodfellas, 1990

In Goodfellas, the ‘Am I a clown? Do I amuse you?’ scene, where Tommy DeVito (Joe Pesci) attacks Henry Hill (Ray Liotta) for calling him a 'funny guy’, was Pesci’s idea. He’d once worked at a restaurant where he got a nasty reply after telling a real-life mobster he was funny, so he suggested it to director Martin Scorsese, and they filmed it without a script to get genuine reactions from the cast. Source

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Classic Car Scenes

On the Waterfront (1954), Dir. Elia Kazan.

Goodfellas (1990), Dir. Martin Scorsese.

Reservoir Dogs (1992), Dir. Quentin Tarantino.

Pulp Fiction (1994), Dir. Quentin Tarantino.

Se7en (1995), Dir. David Fincher.