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What are your favorite movies that involve Guns?

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Ignatius, Oct 11, 2008.

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  1. pdowg881

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    Tae Guk Gi: The Brotherhood of War
     
  2. PT1911

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    make fun of me but I thought Wanted was pretty damn cool... though also completely rediculous with some crazy sequences. (nice guns though)

    and the terminator movies... the newest one is bad-ass!!!!!!!!
     
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    "Hombre"

    Exellent Paul Newman flick.....his best IMHO.


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    Ok I will PT 1911, you only like that movie becouse of a naked Angelina Jolie.:neener:
     
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    how about The Wild Bunch
     
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    what can I say? you got me
     
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    Unforgiven
    Terminator
    Enemy At The Gates
    Public Enemy
     
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    That's a big +1
     
  9. Shung

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    sorry but gun scenes are bad... even NO recoil while shooting.
     
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    Enemy At The Gates
    Chisum
    Cold Mountain
    Road To Perdition
    Shooter

    The list could go on and on...
     
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    ^ that
     
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    "Out of Africa" is an unexpected gun movie. I was watching it again for the first time since the 80's and was amazed by the number of fine doubleguns. The rifles actually play a key role in several scenes.

    Some neat guns from that era, but I couldn't get over the weirdness of a Civil War movie filmed in what was CLEARLY no mountain range in this continent. It looks like it was somewhere in Count Dracula's turf. Weird pointy black mountains. Nowhere near the actual settings for the book.
     
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    LoL, you are right. It was actually filmed in the Carpatian mountain range..
     
  14. Suuri Suomi

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    Enemy at the Gates, hands down. 7.62x54r all the way. I swear a bunch of Mosin Nagant collectors raised the money for that film, and by the way, how come they didn't invite me to play!?

    Sob.
     
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    RED DAWN
    First Blood
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    1983's A Night In Heaven, starring Christopher Atkins and Leslie Ann Warren.
    The midnight boat ride scene made a big impression on me at the time. :eek:
     
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    Yes I know but I thought Cold Mountain was a great movie nonetheless. It was filmed in Romania, and what beautiful country it was.
     
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