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    Christian Bale in Equilibrium. Great gunfights all through that movie, if completely unrealistic.

    YouTube - Equilibrium fight scene - soundtrack beat - Rami GB
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    The opening from 'Gunsmoke' from 62-62. The music, the tension, the look on Arness's face when he drops the hammer. Love it.

    YouTube - Gunsmoke 1962 Opening

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    I always kind of liked Harley Davidson and Marlboro Man One

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    The end of The Shootist......
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    Another one for Clint in Good, Bad, Ugly
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    "Kelly's Heros"

    The firefight with the German patrol after they extract themselves from the minefield

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    Quote Originally Posted by motojoe View Post
    I'm not sure if there has been a thread like this before or not, but if so, my apologies in advance. From all the movies, what is you favorite gunfight scene...... This is one of mine...... Short and Sweet...

    Collateral CLICK HERE
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    The Way of the Gun
    These two have got to be my top picks.

    Or the gun fight in Appaloosa... certainly good dialog..

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    all the above are worthy posts... but from a purely self defensive shooting perspective, the Tom Cruise briefcase scene in Collateral posted by the original poster, motojoe is tops!

    Perfectly executed two against one armed robbery response. Step aside off the line of attack while simultaneously slapping assailants gun away from your body with your non-dominant hand, as you simultaneously draw and fire two center mass from retention position on the armed aggressor, then immediately go to a supported two handed aimed Mozambique to the second assailant who was attempting to draw his weapon.

    Of course the final "coup de grau" on the first robber after he was down, was overkill and would likely get you into trouble but it played well on the movie screen.

    It takes guts and finely honed level of committed training to perform at that level, but there's no doubt it can be done.

    I saw video of the extensive amount of gun training Tom went through in prep for the movie. He was no amateur out there. The training he had showed well.
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    "Heat" - the final bank robbery.

    ++++++1 on that
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    The Matrix, when Neo goes into the "secure" building to break out Morpheus.

    Not the most realistic, but very well filmed, and very entertaining!
    YouTube - The Matrix Lobby Scene

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    What, no votes for Sergeant York, with the "turkey shoot" in the trenches? (@ 1:20 in the clip.) Of course, that one was a bit one-sided.
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    +1 for the final scene in Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. One of the most memorable movie moments ever, gunfight or no.

    ... and for an off-topic plug for that movie, I will never forget watching the duo jump off a cliff into the Colorado(?) river somewhere in the middle of the movie. One of my favorite stunt moments of all time (and I have a lot of them).

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    +1 for Collateral and the lobby scene in the Matrix. Very unrealistic but highly enjoyable.

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    The "Collateral" stolen briefcase scene is my overall favorite....
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    The final gun battle in True Romance was awesome.

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