Your Favorite Gunfight Scene

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    Very realistic...the scene in The Godfather where Don Corleone is gunned down.

    Why realistic???

    Because Fredo comes out and fumbles and drops his gun....no idea what to do under pressure.

    Also the bad guys (no, the OTHER bad guys) empty their guns at Corleone at near point blank range and only hit him seven times, and none of the wounds are fatal.
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    John Wayne / Jimmy stewart vs. Lee Marvin
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    Anybody remember The Long Riders? When the gangs get shot up by the townspeople in Minnesota. Plus it actually happened

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    Just about all the gunfights that took place in the tv series... The Rifleman.

    Lucas was pretty handy with his Winchester.!
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    Mine also is collateral, where he goes into the Night Club and kicks ass, going after the mob boss looking dude,................

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trumpetchuck View Post
    Very realistic...the scene in The Godfather where Don Corleone is gunned down.

    Why realistic???

    Because Fredo comes out and fumbles and drops his gun....no idea what to do under pressure.
    The ending to Hoffa is kind of like that too. When the guy goes to shoot Hoffa, DeVito's character tries to rush to help and him and draw his gun, and fumbles at the empty holster because Hoffa insisted he leave the gun with him. Fatal mistake.
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    Ok, these scenes being comical rather than tough guy shooter, might otherwise be overlooked.

    In the movie "Race to Witch Mountain" with Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, there are any number of very good, very interesting gun scenes.

    1. No Shots Fired Showdown -- the Rock and his two alien teens enter a bar/restaurant in a small town, fleeing the big bad Guvment goons in black, and tip off the local sheriff and his men that following them are a bunch of goons who are "concealed carrying", which we establish is illegal in them thar parts. The resulting scene with uzi's, M16s and Glocks vs. the stainless wheelguns is priceless.

    2. Miscellaneous Gunfire 1 -- an alien assassin who is attempting to hunt down the alien teens engages in a shoot-em-up in a Federal Facility. One of the Good Guy team of federally funded scientists who is clearly not trained in SD or offense, comically keeps repeating to his buddy and the room at large that maybe, just maybe, someone ought to hand him a gun?

    3. Miscellaneous Gunfire 2 -- GG scientist/"Doughboy", again in the midst of a shootout between building personnel/security and the alien outlaw assassin, again comments to the peanut gallery that Now, right about Now would be a Good Time for him to Have a Gun. His buddy throws him what I'd imagine is a AR or something like it, and of course our "Doughboy" looks at it in dismay, back at his pal, back at the gun, which begins to shake and rattle and fall out of and back into his hand, and he just sort of crumples to the ground whimpering and not doing a good job of finding cover.
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    Always kinda liked this one................

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1_lijqXNZ4o

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

    Loudest...gunfight...ever.
    Yes, Yes and YES!!!

    There is also a good shoot out in that Bruce Willis remake of Fist Full of Dollars....what was it called...Last Man Standing.
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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!
    I like the scene just before that one when Neo says "Guns lots of them" and the matrix produces millions of guns of every imaginable kind, all in racks sliding from out of knowwhere.

    If only it was that easy!

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    I particularly liked Die Hard, where McClain is under the conference table and shoots the BG through it from underneath.
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    One-Eyed Jacks

    My favorite was in a movie called One-Eyed Jacks starring Marlon Brando. The action take place in a restaurant/bar where a drunk is abusing a woman. Brando breaks it up and a brief shootout ensues.

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    Criminal Minds, where FBI agent Elle Greenaway (Lola Glaudini) double-taps a rapist who she knew was guilty but wouldn't be convicted.

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