Your Favorite Gunfight Scene

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    Your Favorite Gunfight Scene

    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...

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    I tried to find a few to post but they all had rather "colourful" language that would not go over well with the mods.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GunnyBunny View Post
    I tried to find a few to post but they all had rather "colourful" language that would not go over well with the mods.
    Never mind, I found some..................

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    TRUE GRIT, John Wayne, 4 to 1, horse mounted charging each other full speed banging away.

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    True Grit, the last fight between Rooster Cogburn and Ned Pepper and his gang.
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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!
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    YouTube - Open Range final shootout (part 1)

    The final shootout in "Open Range"
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    Quote Originally Posted by motojoe View Post
    From all the movies, what is you favorite gunfight scene.
    Tom Horn, inside the field butchery with the shotgun. Horn has entered the room through the roof and is pinned down on a tall stack of hay bales. After a series of shots from each combatant, Horn takes out the BG when he pokes his head above the carving table. Simple and direct, and horrible because of it. No outlandish noises that don't square with the movements, and no silly, unbelievable gun handling required.
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    I haven't seen it in a few years, but there is a movie called True Romance. The scene I'm thinking of is where the main charachter goes into a drug dealer/pimp's house to get his girl. That was a pretty intense scene.
    The "gem store heist" in Pulp Fiction is good too.

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    "Heat" - the final bank robbery.

    Loudest...gunfight...ever.
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    Quote Originally Posted by retsupt99 View Post
    Clint Eastwood always does well...
    "...deserves got nothin' to do with it."

    YouTube - the unforgiven final scene
    x2 but True Grit was the first movie I ever went to see so it's a tie.

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