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    I loved US Marshals, but that was kinda stupid when TLJ swapped mags with the bad guy and then his gun snaps when he tries to shoot TLJ. It never showed or implied that he racked the slide to eject the chambered round.

    I also like the shooting scenes in the Mummy movies.
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    Cant believe im the only one who likes boondock saints..

    As for Anime yeah ghost in the shell is good
    so is gungrave
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    and hellsing where can i get a 1911 454casuall
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    +1 for the Boondock Saints!
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    Bud,

    I'll second the Boondock Saints.

    I'll add T2, come on a minigun, amazing.

    And just for S&G's I'll add Scarface.
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    "The Getaway", staring the "King of Cool"

    Pulp Fiction
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    How about Full metal jacket, "GET SOME" or Young guns 1&2

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    Can't beleive nobody said Pulp Fiction, the classic ride in the car oops! Could happen LOL
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    Dang i forgot pulp fiction ...


    Ahh man i just shot marvin in the face..

    Well what did you do that for ..

    Well i didnt shoot the sob on purpose the gun just went off you must have hit a bump or something

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    I did say Pulp Fiction?
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    Quote Originally Posted by OD
    I did say Pulp Fiction?
    I think he meant before the 35th post. Pulp Fiction was a good one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OD
    I did say Pulp Fiction?
    Sorry you sure did
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    i like a good "blood & guts" movie as much as anybody, so long as its good vs. evil. pulp fiction glamourized lawless killing, drug abuse, armed robbery, etc. and i just couldnt find entertainment value in it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NaturalSelection
    i like a good "blood & guts" movie as much as anybody, so long as its good vs. evil. pulp fiction glamourized lawless killing, drug abuse, armed robbery, etc. and i just couldnt find entertainment value in it.
    I felt the same way about "Natural Born Killers."
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    Quote Originally Posted by ExSoldier762
    I felt the same way about "Natural Born Killers."
    im glad im not alone.....i was hesitant to post my feelings about pulp fiction because i didnt want to be dismissed as being a prude.....i just dont like movies where evil is glamourized. i cant imagine it having any positive contribution to society, and i rank it alongside gangster rap music that glamourizes pimping, dealing drugs, street violence, beating up women, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NaturalSelection
    im glad im not alone.....i was hesitant to post my feelings about pulp fiction because i didnt want to be dismissed as being a prude.....i just dont like movies where evil is glamourized. i cant imagine it having any positive contribution to society, and i rank it alongside gangster rap music that glamourizes pimping, dealing drugs, street violence, beating up women, etc.
    Well, I agree with you on both of them, but I did find some entertainment value in Pulp Fiction despite that apect of it. Probably because it was bad guys killing bad guys. Natural Born Killers was different (to me), though. That movie drove me nuts....
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