A little different to the usual thread. Of course, there's much more to a film than subsonics, so what are your favourite film clips that really capture the reality of what's going on that isn't related to lower frequencies? It could be some ultra realistic dialogue, gunshots/gunfights, a plane flying overhead, a car crash, general ambience, a music track, a particularly punchy moment, or excellent effects placement. It can be anything that struck you as particularly impressive for any reason. The gunshot towards the end of Fight Club has to be mentioned, as there's a few times I've watched it and thought that the intentional whistle afterwards was actually my own ears! Also the gunfight at the hotel between Llewelyn and Anton in No Country For Old Men - Anton's silenced gun sounds lovely, but Lewellyn's shotgun is so punchy and dynamic - very impressive on a system that can handle it. The cattle bolt that Anton uses to punch out key barrels in doors sounds particularly dynamic when he does so. I was watching Jaws tonight, and coming up to the bit when Hooper is in the shark cage and attacked for the first time, I glanced down at my phone to check something (no, not levels) and the shark slams into the cage with an almighty thump which sends me about a foot off the chair! There's been a couple of films where something has suddenly happened or someone has said something in one of the rear speakers which has been so realistic it makes you jump in that way you do when you think someone has crept into the room. If I find out which films they were, I'll post them up. I'm not expecting as large a response as the sub moments thread, but it is here for those that appreciate other aspects of movie soundtracks.