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Old 11-05-2009, 12:52 AM   #11
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Most accurate sniping movie, TO DATE, was the opening 3 or 4 minutes in SHOOTER, followed by his shooting of the incrediable CheyTac .408 at a can of Beef Stew.

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You're right, opening scene in "Shooter" with his team was awesome.
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Old 11-05-2009, 01:04 AM   #12
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i say Band of Brothers has the best

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i say Band of Brothers has the best
I've watched that series at least ten times and never get tired of it. Supposedly Spielberg and Hanks are working on the Pacific rim version now.
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I agree with JD, Collateral. The alley triple tap.

And Sam Peckinpah's The Wild Bunch slo-mo shoot out. (Remember this is a 1969 film!) If you haven't seen this film, rent it!

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I was thinking Heat before I even opened this thread.. that shootout was great!! But then again all the ones listed were good, I really liked Cruise in the alley scene

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And Sam Peckinpah's The Wild Bunch slo-mo shoot out. (Remember this is a 1969 film!) If you haven't seen this film, rent it!


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That is a lot of dead mexicans!!! WOW. LOL
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That is a lot of dead mexicans!!! WOW. LOL
Yep...best thing about tv/movie shootouts...you never run out of bullets or need to reload

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I like Westerns and the shootout at the end of Open Range was a good one...

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Yeah it was. Robert Duval....one of my favorites.

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