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Old 01-10-2009, 07:07 PM   #11
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A poetry reciting emo in your favorite gun scene? I weep for the future.

Are you kidding me? At the time that movie came out, and Brandon had just died, that movie was EPIC. $94 Million in tickets on a $15 Million dollar budget?!

There was no "EMO" at that time - there was loss over a gifted and talented actor who was the son of a martial arts legend that was ALSO lost early, and also while filming a movie.

And don't you worry about the future with me in it - I will be the one uttering those lines to several of the Space Zombies LONG before they get me....
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Old 01-10-2009, 07:52 PM   #12
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The street shootout in Heat is awesome!

+100 on Shugart and Gordon. Those two HEROES took it to the skinny's in one of, if not the most epic battle in recent times.
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Are you kidding me? At the time that movie came out, and Brandon had just died, that movie was EPIC. $94 Million in tickets on a $15 Million dollar budget?!

There was no "EMO" at that time - there was loss over a gifted and talented actor who was the son of a martial arts legend that was ALSO lost early, and also while filming a movie.

And don't you worry about the future with me in it - I will be the one uttering those lines to several of the Space Zombies LONG before they get me....
+100 JD. i agree that movie is the best movie in my opinion. the things they did to finish it after he died. i think you can see the bullet that hits him in the scene.
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heat
band of brothers- when they land on the beach in the beginning
planet terror
when trumpets fade
tears of the sun

man there is just to many to name
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SOME of the aforementioned, plus:

Proof of Life when the support team opens up with the saw

Dog Soldiers (a british werewolf flick, worth a look)

Red Dawn - the ambush in the snow

Tombstone - scene at the river

The Final Option - the entry scene

Navy Seals (OK a stinker I know) the Beirut shootout, 'specially the RPK

Platoon - a few scenes
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What??? No 'Young Guns' when they are trapped in the lawyer's house? Awesome!
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how could i forget this one mr and mrs smith, JD how did you not call this one your gf is in it
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Most of "We Were Soldiers"

You know a good shootout is going to happen when it's preceded by the line "Gentleman. Prepare to defend yourselves!"
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Zulu Dawn. Any questions about the origin of the term "Thin Red Line" ?
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how could i forget this one mr and mrs smith, JD how did you not call this one your gf is in it
I did forget about it - but I have to admit the final gunfight scene wasn't that great - though the music was a nice touch....

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Zulu Dawn. Any questions about the origin of the term "Thin Red Line" ?
Thin Red Line - Sweet Jesus, halfway through that piece of crap I was looking for a rifle to wipe the rest of those guys out just to end MY suffering....

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