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Old 05-25-2010, 12:29 AM   #11
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Better than the one in Rob Roy.
You know, I need to give Rob Roy another chance, because I was in a "I REALLY hate anything with Liam Neeson" phase when I saw it the first time.

Having said that, I have NEVER seen such a brutal killing of people, and ninjas, at the hands of one guy with a sword as takes place on the bullet train in The Hunted.

Then they have an epic sword making montage. That movie effing rocks Shi, you have to check it out.
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Beast From 20,000 Fathoms

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Unforgiven

To name a few....

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Tim Roth is rarely bad in anything also. Check Out Four Rooms. He is great.

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Tim Roth is rarely bad in anything also. Check Out Four Rooms. He is great.
Didn't dig Four Rooms. I enjoyed the hell out of Quinton's Room, but the three other rooms were directed by other people and of those, only Double R's was passible as decent movie fair.

I agree, Tim Roth is an amazing actor and I genuinely watch movies with him in it because of that. Which is how I got talked into seeing Rob Roy when I was dead set against it do to the Liam issue.

Neeson has since turned that around with Taken, his role as Hannibal in The A Team and another preview I saw that escapes me at the moment.

I will watch Rob Roy again though, on the Shihan Recommendation.

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What about Attack of the Killer Tomatoes......

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I read the OP and that is it but hands down, without a doubt the best B movie EVER is Army of Darkness. A squal I know...but still.

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I thought Kung Fu Hustle was a b-rated movie but I thought it was kinda funny

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The gods must be crazy

And the B movie winner for title: Cannibal women in the Avocado Jungle
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