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    Hard to come up with just one favorite
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    The final shootout in "Way of the Gun"

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    The desert sniper scene in the first "Lethal Weapon."
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    While the big shootemup scenes are "entertaining" I guess I like it when they try to make them as realistic as possible.Take MR&MRS Smith for example , All those agents coming after them and NOT ONE of them has the brains to say Hmmm they must be wearing body armour,Guess I'll make a head shot and end this horse manure scene

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    Another vote for Heat. It was used in a Police traing class that I attended and the next one I taught I had the same movie to make some points. A few months later I was on vacation and just caught the video of the LA Bank shoot out and I asked why they were showing Heat on the TV. For Realism I loved Jodie Foster in Silence of the Lambs in the shootout scene. I also like Eddie Murphy in 48 Hours when the big dude comes at him with the big knife.

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    My favorite "knife to gun fight" scene is Indiana Jones with the Ninja dude and all his fancy sword work, Indiana just pulls up and shoots him....LOL makes me laugh every time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rustycompass
    Easy.......BLACKHAWK DOWN... , the whole movie was more or less a shootout/firefight !
    +1 That movie is tough to watch but it is a very good movie with great shootout scenes.

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    I like the shoot out in town on Crossfire Trail.

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    BLACK HAWK DOWN
    Transporter 2
    ENEMY AT THE GATES

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    *Tombstone*

    "Say when...."

    Then Doc Holiday shoots Ringo in the head.
    (bang, and the gun was back in the holster)

    "Your no daisy! Your no daisy at all!"

    "I'm afraid the strain was more than he could bare..."

    My hypocrisy goes only so far!

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    WAY OF THE GUN!!! with Bencio De Latoro
    the shoot out at the end rules! both guys have 70 series 1911 Colts...and there are some nice zoom shots of the gun...plus they even use them right....when Bencio reloads he drop the mag in between his finger and loads the ready mag with the same hand. And when they pin this guy down with the shotgun...he thinks he is clear and comes out and get F*cked UP!

    GREAT MOVIE!

    Plus Last Man Standing is awsome when he blows that guy off his feet and he goes flipping backwards. that movie rules even though Colt 1911's don't have 20 or 30 rounds like the movie portrays...still kewl though

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    I like the first shootout scene in Desperado when Antonio Banderas has the sawed off and the hand canon and he blasts the guy up against the wall of deer antlers.

    Another great shootout is in Boondock Saints between the two brothers and their at the time, unknown father! The father has many semi autos strapped to his chest and he's just dropping the empty ones and going for others.

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    The minigun scene in Terminator 2.

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    Ok here we go...

    Heat
    BlackHawk Down
    Tears of the Sun
    Matrix Trilogy
    SWAT
    Collateral
    Saving Private Ryan
    The Crow
    Assault on Precinct 13
    Tombstone
    Young Guns...

    ..... more to come when I think about the rest...........

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    I'll pick the Hollywood versions of true events:

    Band of Brothers
    Saving Private Ryan
    The Lost Battalion
    Battle of Britain
    Pearl Harbor
    Enemy at the Gates
    A Bridge Too Far

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    +1 for Open Range, the sounds made by the black powder weapons were accurate to my ears. Regards, Richard

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    The movie "Tombstone" where Doc Holliday kills Johnny Ringo..."I'm y'er huckleberry."

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    Am I the only one who tries to recognize guns and count rounds to figure out how screwed up the movies are?

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    Am I the only one who tries to recognize guns and count rounds to figure out how screwed up the movies are?
    No, you're not. I really enjoyed Open Range, but Kevin Costner's western revolver must have had a magazine feed in the handle. Too many rounds fired at once. Apparently the film editor can't count or knows nothing about revolver capacity. On DVD and really good speakers (turned up) that is one of the better cowboy gunfights.

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    Swordfish, John Travolta opens his trunk, whips out a SAW and makes mincemeat out of those mice

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