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I’m kind of a movie nerd. I watch a lot of French films and silent movies. I don’t really see the appeal in torture porn, and find most Hollywood blockbuster action films boring.

But even I know that musicals aren’t “cool.” And though I enjoy some (Singin’ in the Rain, in particular), I wouldn’t exactly call myself an aficionado of the genre. However, one thing I know that everyone enjoys is a stand-alone musical sequence. You think you’re just watching Ferris skip school for a day, and suddenly he’s lip-syncing in the parade with all of Chicago watching.

So dust off your dancing shoes and grab your partner for the best musical sequences without having to endure an entire musical…

 

10. The Cable Guy (1996)

Before he was big-time, a young writer named Judd Apatow penned a dark comedy about a man who accidentally befriends his cable guy. »

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