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    Quigley Down Under
    "I said I never had much use for one.
    Never said I didn't know how to use one."


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    Heat and Colateral are my top pics. I have both on DVD. Great movies. After that would be (in no particulare order)

    Outlaw Josey Wales
    Quigly Down Under
    Ronin
    Underworld (Ahhh, Vampires, Warewolves, Warevampires, and Kate Beckinsale with guns :D)
    Mr. & Mrs. Smith (Angelina Jolie.....with guns......need I say more?)
    The Big Hit(cheesy as can be but still pretty cool)
    The Heist (If you have a CZ you need this movie)

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    Talking I'm constantly telling my students: Hollywood Isn't REAL!

    Quote Originally Posted by CLASS3NH
    Heat, Predator, Blackhawk Down, with a little Saving Private Ryan thrown in for effect..Personally, Heat had MANY realistic special effects in the movie........LOL........I just kinda love that Rock-n-Roll stuff
    I'll agree to all of those and throw in RED DAWN and The original Matrix for the bullet effects (not any realism in the weapons, though). I also loved Collateral especially the retention scene and the nightclub scene with the crowded dance floor.
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    'Ronin' would be my 3rd favorite
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    Thumbs up Ronin

    Quote Originally Posted by Rgr5280
    'Ronin' would be my 3rd favorite
    Yup, Ronin was excellent....except for the fancy handgun action at the ancient arena tourist trap. Do you remember that scene?

    I did love this line:
    Q: You ever killed anybody?
    A: I hurt somebody's feelings once....
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    LMAO (can I say that here)
    Yeah the arena scene was weak.
    'I hurt somebody's feelings once...' may be the best line of the movie.

    I liked these too...

    'There's no more help, there's no more men. Are you afraid?'

    'What, you think I'm reluctant because I'm happy?'


    Then there was the cup-of-joe skills test and Spence (Sean Bean)throwing up after his first firefight.
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    Agreed on some others - certainly Quigley I should have remembered, if only for the wonderful rifle.
    "The Professionals" 1969. Lee Marvin and Burt Lancaster.
    Bob - that rings a major bell - was not Angie Dickinson in that too? There was another movie of same vintage, also Lee Marvin and with Ronnie Regan and Angie too, title eludes me - but in one of these two I recall Marvin loudly marching down a hallway, revo in hand but, with a monster silencer LOL!
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    Quote Originally Posted by P95Carry
    Agreed on some others - certainly Quigley I should have remembered, if only for the wonderful rifle. Bob - that rings a major bell - was not Angie Dickinson in that too? There was another movie of same vintage, also Lee Marvin and with Ronnie Regan and Angie too, title eludes me - but in one of these two I recall Marvin loudly marching down a hallway, revo in hand but, with a monster silencer LOL!
    No Chris, that was Claudia Cardinale in "The Professionals".

    My personal favorite movie line is in that film. In the very last scene Ralph Bellamy say to Lee Marvin:

    "You *******!!"
    Marvin replies:
    "Yes sir, in my case an accident of birth, but you sir are a self made man".
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    Most movies are such a fantasy and so completely fictional that I dont even try to find a bit of reality in them. That said, I kinda like the arsenal in the guitar case in Desperado.
    You better pray I dont jam, because my backup is a ball peen hammer.

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    Movies? What I really, really want is a couple of those 90 round 1911s from Last Man Standing - oh, and those bullets that throw a body 25 feet backward.
    No matter how many times we have our "Heat" DVD on at home, my wife knows that the volume is going way up for that firefight!

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    The Punisher,Sniper 1-3,Mr and Mrs Smith,Platoon . I am sure there are several other ones I might be forgetting.merlin45kout

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    Last Man Standing - of course, I give any movie with Bruce Willis an automatic 2 out of 4 stars and it can only go up from there
    Good, bad, I'm the guy with the gun.

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    Winchester '73, starring 1LT James Stewart.
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    For as much as I didn't like either movie, the shooting scenes in "Lethal Weapon" I & II were entertaining...especially Mel Gibson as Riggs engaging the helicopter in LW I and the South Africans in LW II.

    Some movies I enjoyed with entertaining gun scenes include ones already mentioned like "Heat," "Collateral," and "Equilibrium." Others not mentioned include "The Terminator," "Robocop," "Ghost Dog, The Way of the Samurai," "The Hidden," "L.A. Confidential," and several animes like "Cowboy Bebop, The Movie," and "Ghost in the Shell."
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    no movie can top t2....linda hamilton with a 1911 is to much for any heterosexual 1911 enthsiast to handle.

    and then there is:

    "get yourself a glock, and lose that nickel plated sissy gun" - tommy lee jones, u.s. marshals.
    Last edited by NaturalSelection; January 21st, 2006 at 09:27 PM.

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