Good movies with a lot of guns...

Discussion in 'AR-15 Discussion' started by icallshotgun88, Aug 7, 2013.

  1. icallshotgun88

    icallshotgun88 New Member

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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.
     
  2. Anna_Purna

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  3. JonM

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

    nitestalker New Member

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    Just concentrate on cleaning your guns. If you ever confuse your Hoppies #9 with your Dago Red.:eek:
     
  5. Jagermeister

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  6. wittmeba

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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.
     
  7. GTX63

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    The Expendables 2 if you want something newer with a lot of cheese.
     
  8. NC1760

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    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.
     
  9. duddie10

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    Red dawn the original.
     
  10. Donn

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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.
     
  11. duddie10

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    Also act of valor. Thank god they used real navy seals. I also lovr that the director of the movie told them they have to miss just so the gun fights are movie lenght.
     
  12. Sgt_Skrb_25

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    I'm with you, movie sucked, but love the guns.
     
  13. txpossum

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    The Outlaw Josey Wales -- best Western ever.

    Last Man Standing (Bruce Willis) -- good 1911 movie

    Smoking Aces -- you name the gun, it's in there

    Boondock Saints -- even if they do waste a lot of ammo
     
  14. cotex

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    Man on fire for the real life action and conviction for the ones we love, act of valor for the same reasons. Both movies get me Every time I watch them
     
  15. audiophile

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    Open Range - if you have surround sound, crank it up when Duvall drops the hammer on the shotgun during the showdown.
    S.W.A.T.
    G.I. Joe
    Any of the Resident Evil films
    Blade
    The Crow - especially when Draven goes to the club to find Skank.

    Forgot The Matrix (just the first one, not the trilogy) - the lobby scene just kicks a**
     
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  16. seancslaughter

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    Act of valor is the top pick for me. Both expendables movies, both boondocks saints movies especially the funny scenes with the 22 pistol and the mexican flag pistols. If you want real guns and also learn about some real life tough sumbitches watch restrepo. Tv series generation kill or over there and strike back
     
  17. Quentin

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    The first (and best) Predator has a lot of great weapons. And it's hard to beat the S&W Model 29 for awesome in the Dirty Harry movies! Di Niro adds a whole new meaning to concealed carry in Taxi Driver, too.
     
  18. cotex

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    Way of the gun is another pretty realist gun portrayal. When movies have reloads my brain says " there it is"
     
  19. icallshotgun88

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    I'm the same way.
    I start counting shots between reloads.
    Idk where Hollywood gets those 42 round pistol magazines, but I want one!