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Old 08-26-2009, 04:41 PM   #41
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Can't remember the name, but Rutger Hauer is a bounty hunter. Shoves a grenade in Gene Simmons' mouth, quips "Eff the bonus," and pulls the pin.

Uma Thurman in Kill Bill. The problem there is picking the best death.

Wanted: Dead or Alive He pulls the pin and Gene dances around then BOOM! Headless body falls. Good one Benning.
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God I loved that movie. I thought Gene was going to be the new movie bad guy after that.
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God I loved that movie. I thought Gene was going to be the new movie bad guy after that.
Gene was pretty good in Runaway, too. Evil genius bad guy with venom injecting robot spiders and heat seeking bullets...
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I bet that HAS to be one of the BEST movies to come out of that Cannon Group period of films of the early 80's.

God that movie was good.

Remember Rutger lives in like a warehouse, and his cop friend comes over and rides his own Harley, that his wife doesn't know about.

He's riding around the warehouse while Rutger is cleaning his weapons after getting done shooting inside..... LOL

I so miss those days of movie making......
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I'm having a hard time with a Rutger movie I don't like. Even the ones that sucked weren't through any fault of his.

Blind Fury is a must see. A blind, sword wielding Nam Vet is nasty. A blind, sword wielding Nam Vet played by Rutger is just plain insane.

Where's he at now?
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Man. I was looking back through the library of all the old Cannon/Golan/Globus film titles and there were some GREAT early action flicks.

Almost thread worthy of their own....

10 to Midnight
American Ninja
Enter the Ninja
Bloodsport
Cobra
Cyborg ( penned for Chuck Norris originally )
Death Wish Series
Exterminator 2
Missing in Action ( Chuck Norris )
Braddock: Missing in Action II( Chuck Norris )
Invasion USA ( Chuck Norris )
The Delta Force ( Chuck Norris AND Lee Marvin?!?! )
Operation: Thunderbolt
Revenge of the Ninja


Man! I bet I rented every one of those titles multiple times on VHS back in the day.....
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His filmography states that there are several movies that are due this year.

Rutger Hauer filmography - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Ladyhawke, despite being a chick flick with swords, has to have the biggest "Oh S**t" moment ever.

Rutger riding an enormous black Lippizaner into the church, chromed out in armor, with a sword as big as him, and nowhere for the baddie to run.

I nearly pooped on the baddies behalf.
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Ladyhawke, despite being a chick flick with swords, has to have the biggest "Oh S**t" moment ever.

Rutger riding an enormous black Lippizaner into the church, chromed out in armor, with a sword as big as him, and nowhere for the baddie to run.

I nearly pooped on the baddies behalf.
Dude! Don't sell the brotherhood out like that! Ladyhawke was a damn epic masterpiece for anyone that ever played AD&D.

Ethnen Navarre will live FOREVER as the ultimate rogue warrior.

We watched that movie religiously during gaming tournaments or on weekends while on breaks in the action.

Granted, we did fast forward through most of the Matthew Brodderick crap....

But Navarre? Those daggers he had crafted were AMAZING. I contacted a local blacksmith to see if he would make me one, with the long, double edged blade and balanced for throwing, but still had a pommel for hand to hand. It was going to be like $400 in 1989 money.
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The wife dragged me to see the Lippizanners at a local arena. We had seats on the floor, and all that was between us and them was a 6" (that's six inch) curb.

They explained the history of these mammoth warrior horses, so now I'm into it. They show them kicking on command, and these were combat moves.

Now I'm all into it, Kung Fu horses. One gets spooked, and makes a run straight at my section of seats.

I almost pooped for the bad guy in Ladyhawke again.

The head of the group, a guy about 5"2", magically appears in front of the horse. He snatches the reins, gets in his face, and says "Why did you do that?" The horses eyes went wide, and I almost pooped for the horse.
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