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The 50 best Miramax movie moments ever

Ever since Miramax broke out in the late 80s, the world of independent cinema has never been the same again. The Weinstein knack of knowing what smaller horses were the right ones to back has meant a steady output of iconic, game-changing films, such as Pulp Fiction, Scream, Trainspotting and Good Will Hunting.

To celebrate Miramax reaching a massive 50 million fans on Facebook, we've assembled a list of their 50 best moments, from Cinema Paradiso all the way through to Adventureland.

Which one is your favourite?

Click on an item to watch the moment

You can check out the Miramax leaderboard here

(Images: Rex Features, All Star)

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