Best Gun Movies?

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    'The Tin Star'

    Particularly the scene where Henry Fonda (stood in for by Rod Redwing) is teaching Anthony Perkins how to shoot:
    Fonda:"You're wearing your guns too low."
    Perkins:"Sheriff Parker wore his guns this way!"
    Fonda:"Parker's dead."

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    Might be a little late with my list but here goes
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    terminater series
    mr & mrs smith
    lord of war
    US marshalls
    The last marshall ( old movie )
    rundown with the rock
    awesome gun fight at the end
    with a shotgun in each hand

    Why I like these movies what else GUNS
    Enjoy the movies Sixgun

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    Mr and Mrs Smith was a good one, so was the one that my Avitar starred in
    Nothing Wrong With Shooting as Long as the Right People Get Shot.
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    Anybody ever seen Dead Presidents? It's a great 'coming home from Vietnam' movie riddled with guns, racial tensions, and a smart plot.

    Also American History X is one of the best movies out there. Good message, believable story.
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    "The Professional" Starring Jean Reno (Mission Impossible, Ronin)
    and an 11 year ol Natalie Portman.
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    who is trained in the severest school."
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    One of my favorite movies is "The Ghost And The Darkness". I donít know if this movie really counts, seeing that itís not a gun fighting film. Although there is allot of rifles .
    Another great film is "The Last Man Standing". I just donít like the scene where Bruce (Willis, not the other 1911 carrying ape we know) shoots the Irish gangster, through a window and lands 20y in the middle of the road .

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    Boy, I'm really dating myself on this one, but I think the best "'Gun movie" of all time (and my favorite) is..................SHANE.

    Remember the famous line;.............A gun is a tool, Marion, like a shovel, an ax, anything. A gun is as good or as bad as the man using it.
    What we've got here is failure to communicate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hivoltage
    Mr and Mrs Smith was a good one, so was the one that my Avitar starred in
    I'm pretty sure your avatar photo is Scarlett Johanson (sp?)...is the movie "The Island"?
    I saw that movie and didn't think it was as bad as critics led on.

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    Update: I just did a Google search...it is from "The Island"....excuse me while I drool...Jordan Two Delta...homina-homina-WOW!
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    Lightbulb First Alan Ladd and then....

    Quote Originally Posted by los
    Boy, I'm really dating myself on this one, but I think the best "'Gun movie" of all time (and my favorite) is..................SHANE.
    D-A-Y-U-M! That movie was originally in B&W! Came out the year I was BORN! The young kid in Shane...know what other famous movie in which he co-starred with some very HEAVY Hollywood hitters? He grew up to play the whiny, snobbie son of John Wayne in the movie directed by the legendary Otto Preminger: IN HARMS WAY. He wised up at the end and died a credit to his dad in a PT Boat. The kid's fiancee was raped by the Duke's XO. The young nurse committed suicide and the XO did too in a manner of speaking. He stole an airplane and went off to find the jap fleet. Shortly after radioing map coordinates, he got blown away.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gregarat
    One of my favorite movies is "The Ghost And The Darkness"
    Mine too! Val Kilmer has been in lots of good gun movies, including "Tombstone" and "Heat"
    "I surrounded 'em"- Alvin York

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    Well i skipped several pages, but how about Prediator with Jessie the Body carrying the mini gun. He mowed down several tree's but still missed that pesky alien. You just have to like a gun that fires so fast, it makes a whistle noise instead of bang,bang,bang.

    What are the chances of hidding one of those under your jacket?
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    Heat, Ronin, Man on Fire, Black Hawk Down, Saving Private Ryan, Predator 1 and 2, Open Range, The Good the Bad and the Ugly, Tears of the Sun.

    I also like Troy and Gladiator for fighting.

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    I have to add 1 to my earlier list. Lord of War was a pretty bad arse movie when it comes to lots of guns. The movie seemed to have some politicing going on but if you look past that, it was good.
    "A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the PEOPLE to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed."

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    Quote Originally Posted by '75scout
    Heat, Ronin, Man on Fire, Black Hawk Down, Saving Private Ryan, Predator 1 and 2, Open Range, The Good the Bad and the Ugly, Tears of the Sun.

    I also like Troy and Gladiator for fighting.
    That allied cemetary scene in Saving Private Ryan, still brings a tear to my eye,and I have probably seen it ten times!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatrioticRick
    Can't beleive nobody said Pulp Fiction, the classic ride in the car oops! Could happen LOL
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