Off Topic - The Bestest Hollywood Self Defense Scene?

This is a discussion on Off Topic - The Bestest Hollywood Self Defense Scene? within the Off Topic & Humor Discussion forums, part of the The Back Porch category; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0C2T7...e_gdata_player Good case for BUGs. Another good BUG scene is in Max Payne where Mark Walberg pulls his ankle snub on the intruder in his ...

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    Re: Off Topic - The Bestest Hollywood Self Defense Scene?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0C2T7...e_gdata_player

    Good case for BUGs. Another good BUG scene is in Max Payne where Mark Walberg pulls his ankle snub on the intruder in his apartment.

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    [QUOTE=pscipio03;2458437]I think your talking about Last Man Standing. BW's comes in with a pair of gov't issue 1911's and lays waste to the place.
    Best line in the movie of course comes from Christopher Walken, "I don't want to die in Texas. Chicago, maybe. You can meet me there if you want and try to kill me"[/QUOTE/]

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    Off Topic - The Bestest Hollywood Self Defense Scene?

    Clear and Present Danger with Harrison Ford has a great scene I don't know this for a fact but I was told the FBI used it as a training video

    http://m.youtube.com/#/watch?v=ZJlmY...%3DZJlmYy-mAZY

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    Quote Originally Posted by pscipio03 View Post
    I think your talking about Last Man Standing. BW's comes in with a pair of gov't issue 1911's and lays waste to the place.
    Best line in the movie of course comes from Christopher Walken, "I don't want to die in Texas. Chicago, maybe. You can meet me there if you want and try to kill me"
    I wasn't, just making a joke of how the die hard movies were.
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    I quite like the gunfights inJustified. They're simple, wild affairs. The people who train usually do better than those who don't. There's a lot of body language and a lot of play for location, location, location.
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