Your Favorite Gunfight Scene

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    Quote Originally Posted by eldiabl0 View Post
    Great scene. Never bring a knife to a gunfight.

    Did you know that this scene was supposed to be a knock down drag out fight scene. But Harrison Ford was sick and didn't want to go to all the trouble so they came up with the idea that he would just shoot the sword wielding bad guy. Classic movie scene!

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    The famous garbage can shootout scene with Leslie Nielson in Police Squad. The bad guy is on the other side of the garbage can.

    Intense,.. very intense.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rammerjammer View Post
    Great scene. Never bring a knife to a gunfight.

    Did you know that this scene was supposed to be a knock down drag out fight scene. But Harrison Ford was sick and didn't want to go to all the trouble so they came up with the idea that he would just shoot the sword wielding bad guy. Classic movie scene!
    You're close but got it a little wrong

    He actually was sick, but did it as a joke. The director loved it, so they stuck with it.

    I saw him say that in an interview.
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    At the time I saw it(when it 1st came out at the movies), it was the gunfighter and the knife thrower, and the knife thrower won(I wasn't all that old at the time(1960-I was 15...Jeees), and thought that was cool). Movie;The Magnificent Seven;James Coburn was the Knife thrower.
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    i LIKE THE MOTORCYCLE CHASE SCENE EVEN BETTER.

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    I kinda like the scene - Might be Boston Legal - Where William Shatner plays a big shot attorney - walking to dark parking garage with one of the other attorney's - gets held up by gunpoint - when handing stuff over he's calling out loud each item as he's giving the BG; "Watch" - "Wallet" - "Gun" (Bang) "Foot" (Bang) "Knee" and so on as he shoots the BG.
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    TRUE GRIT, John Wayne, 4 to 1, horse mounted charging each other full speed banging away.
    NOBODY did it better than John Wayne.....

    With that being said, second on my list is this, from the Outlaw Josey Wales:YouTube - The Outlaw Josey Wales (1976) 9/13

    And finally, I have to agree the gunfights in "collateral damage" and the bank robbery in "Heat" are well done.....
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    man on fire kidnapping scene.....OOOOOOOH

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    Quote Originally Posted by sigmanluke View Post
    The Matrix, when Neo goes into the "secure" building to break out Morpheus.

    Not the most realistic, but very well filmed, and very entertaining!
    my favorite also....what do you need?...guns...lots of guns...

    neo..nobodys ever tried this before....

    thats why it will work...


    that and the shower scene in big jake....favorite since i was a kid...the guy points a gun at john wayne who is behind the shower doors and says "no hard feelings"...john wayne blows him away with a sawed off through the doors and says "the hell there aint"...my cousin and i laughed about that for years...

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    Just finished watching 3:10 to Yuma, with Bale, and must say the final fight scene was amazing. I plan on getting the DVD for it eventually.
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    ...then there was always the gun scene in When Harry Met Sally.... oh yeah. No, that musta been a different movie.

    (just something to counteract all the john wayne testosterone flying around here)

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    I'm kinda surprised no one has mentioned the newest Punisher movie.
    Specifically, the end sequence when he's clearing the hotel after the Russians with their crate of Krinkovs open up on the asian gang.

    Great transitions from long-gun to handgun, shooting on the move, he actually reloads when he's out of ammo, massive volume of fire.

    Simply awesome!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jumpwing View Post
    "Heat" - the final bank robbery.

    Loudest...gunfight...ever.
    That would be mine as well. Pretty darn realistic ... for the most part. Only knock was some car door cover.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sigmanluke View Post
    You're close but got it a little wrong

    He actually was sick, but did it as a joke. The director loved it, so they stuck with it.

    I saw him say that in an interview.
    He was hungover. He did it as a joke but the guy with the sword didn't play along the first time around ... so they reshot it with the guy with the sword going down and the crowd going wild and it worked, so they kept it.

    Ford threw up shortly afterwards.
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    Every gun fight in the "Quick and the Dead" movie.

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