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Most Paused Scenes Of Superhit Hollywood Movies.

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Movies have the ability to suck you into a different universe. When watching a good movie, you find yourself entirely indulged into it and often you forget about what’s happening around you. Sometimes, watching the movie once isn’t enough. When rewatching a movie, you know the precise time you need to pause your favorite part so that they can watch it over and over again too. A number of these scenes are the type you’ll miss completely if you blink, hence the need to halt the film!

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We’ve put together a list of 15 of the most paused movie scenes in Hollywood history, and we bet you’ve paused a few of them for yourself!

Basic Instinct

Basic Instinct

If you are old enough to know who Sharon Stone is or have seen the movie Basic Instinct, you will definitely be able to recall this particular scene. For those of you who haven’t, this is the part where Stone, playing a mastermind criminal, is called to the police station for questioning. When at the station, Stone crosses her legs in a way that the interrogators get a glimpse of her most intimate area. What she did there was try to manipulate these men by seducing them. Other men watching the film choose to pause it in the hopes that they get a glimpse as well!

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Deadpool 2

Deadpool 2

Deadpool is one of the most entertaining and fun-to-watch movie Marvel has produced to date. From Ryan Reynolds wit to the non-stop action, both Deadpool 1 and 2 are worth the watch. In Deadpool 2, a character known as Vanisher has been introduced. He is an invisible superhero that seems too hard to kill. But when he gets electrocuted to death, his vanishing powers fade away, and he turns out to be none other than Brad Pitt! If you haven’t noticed it before, watch the movie again.

The Matrix

The Matrix

Keanu Reeves truly earned his spot in the starlight when he played the character, Neo, in The Matrix’s legendary movie. If you’ve seen the film, you must know that it was a mind trip of epic proportions. When released back in 1999, the movie was surely ahead of its time, making it such a huge success. This is a particularly sensational scene because instead of the camera close-up in the doorknob, you see Neo and Morpehus!

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