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Old 08-07-2013, 05:32 AM   #1
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Hey y'all, I'm cleaning some guns, enjoying a fine glass of wine and looking for a good movie.

Please share some of your favorite movies that have a lot of guns, action with guns, etc.
Can be anything from war type movies, action movies or westerns.
Just looking for some entertainment tonignt. Thanks.

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Barbwire with pam anderson... or did you mean firearms???

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Personally I liked The Good, The Bad and The Ugly when Eli Wallach assembled his gun based on sound, clicking, etc from parts and pieces of the best the gunsmith had. Then again I like the old revolver pistols.

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The Expendables 2 if you want something newer with a lot of cheese.

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Default LOTS of guns in a flick...

Some you might or might not have seen...
True Grit (the newer version)
RED (cute flim... was a better comic book series though)
Ride with the Devil (STILL my favorite Civil War flick)
and Zombieland (my son loves that one!!)
...also, The Usual Suspects, Boondock Saints and Payback.

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Red dawn the original.

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Wyatt Earp. The movie is way too long and ponderous at times, but from all I've read, the OK Corral gunfight was the most realistic of any movie depiction. That, and Costner's Wyatt is historically spot on too.
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