Great Moments in Movie History Using Stick Figures: Se7en (1995)

It’s time once again for my oldest recurring feature- Great Moments in Movie History Using Stick Figures. Today’s great moment features a beloved 90s classic about a serial killer whose motive revolves around the seven deadly dwarves… er, sins. Despite a lot of great scenes in Se7en (1995), I bet you know exactly which scene to expect.

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7 responses to “Great Moments in Movie History Using Stick Figures: Se7en (1995)

  1. My apologies if you’ve done any/all of the following, but I’d be much obliged if you wouldn’t mind doing…

    ‘You can’t HANDLE THE TRUTH!!! Son, we live in world…’ Jacky boy goes schiz in A Few Good Men

    Batman fighting Bane in Dark Night Rises

    Something pretentious from the Twilight saga

    Gone With The Wind the Remake: frankly my dear, I’d give anything for this handily product-placed soda.

    Might have made that last one up.

    Cheers

  2. Yep, at this moment the world falls apart… Nice moment! I hope there’ll be a Xmas special of the feature… Sorry, my office is in a shopping mall and they are already in Christmas mode…

  3. I want to see a stick figure drawing of Gwyneth Paltrow’s head :D

  4. goregirl

    Stick-licious! Heads you win. Heads you lose.

  5. heyzeus

    JOHN DOE HAS THE UPPER HAND!

  6. tee hee I do enjoy your stick figure drawings!!

    Sorry I was absent form the comments section here last week John, was very busy with work. Hope you can forgive me and drop by FRC soon!!

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