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Posted: 6/25/2001 6:12:41 AM EST
Whats your Fav. high body count movie? and what gun did they use? I like Desperado w/ Antonio Banderas. Who could have ever thought someone could produce that body count with a ruger handgun. my second would be Starship troopers. High bug count!!!!
Link Posted: 6/25/2001 6:36:28 AM EST
Hot Shots: Part Deux!!!!!
Link Posted: 6/25/2001 8:04:29 AM EST
Link Posted: 6/25/2001 8:12:43 AM EST
Originally Posted By Ian: Hot Shots: Part Deux!!!!!
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LMAO! Mine too! "... Equal to Total Recall........... Equal to Robo Cop................. [size=4]BLOODIEST MOVIE EVER!!!!!!
Link Posted: 6/25/2001 8:23:40 AM EST
Hong Kong 2000.
Link Posted: 6/25/2001 8:35:32 AM EST
although very little guns, the bar scene in "From Dusk till Dawn"
Link Posted: 6/25/2001 9:03:50 AM EST
Originally Posted By Death_By_AR15:
Originally Posted By Ian: Hot Shots: Part Deux!!!!!
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LMAO! Mine too! "... Equal to Total Recall........... Equal to Robo Cop................. [size=4]BLOODIEST MOVIE EVER!!!!!!
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The best part is where he throws a handfull of bullets at the bad guys!! [:)]
Link Posted: 6/25/2001 9:14:37 AM EST
Dead Alive.... weapon used: lawnmower strapped to chest with blades facing out. Then proceded to run through a crowd of zombies. or even Meet the Feebles.... muppets that film porn, smoke, f**k and are heroin addicts. Great scene at the end with the pig that kills everyone with a M-60. "I kick ass for the Lord!" - Dead Alive
Link Posted: 6/25/2001 10:49:13 AM EST
the bow and arrow the the chicken is pretty funny to in hot shots deux.
Link Posted: 6/25/2001 12:00:40 PM EST
The movie sucked big time by all accounts, but I watched it twice just to get a body count. -Showdown In Little Tokyo- Brandon Lee & Dolph Lungren - The two of them killed 27 people - Too many guns used
Link Posted: 6/25/2001 12:39:47 PM EST
Jon Woo's "Hard Boiled" The description "wanton" had to have been invented for this movie ;-)
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Link Posted: 6/25/2001 1:28:39 PM EST
Sam Peckinpah's western classic [b][red]The Wild Bunch[/red][/b] The opening scene where the town gets shot up during a botched robbery/ambush & the ending scene where the gang destroys a 2 bit Mexican general's army are especially high body counts. The slow motion bridge explosion with men & horses being dumped into the Rio Grande had to be a $20 stunt! How's this for a review: "Peckinpah directed each of the choreographed bloodbaths as a visually prolonged, beautiful ballet - a slow-motion, non-gratuitous, extreme celebration of bodies being torn apart by bullets. It is considered one of the masterpieces of the Western film genre, a hard-edged landmark film, beautifully shot in wide-screen by cinematographer Lucien Ballard. With numerous, elaborate montage sequences, the film set a record for more edits than any other film up to its time."
Link Posted: 6/25/2001 1:47:41 PM EST
"Enola Gay" Nearly 100,000 Japanese (extra crispy).
Link Posted: 6/25/2001 2:05:44 PM EST
Hamburger Hill. When they start climbing that hill people dropping every frickin' second. What a fucked up deal the real thing must have been!
Link Posted: 6/25/2001 2:30:51 PM EST
Boondock Saints, very cool movie Reverend73
Link Posted: 6/25/2001 3:10:14 PM EST
Originally Posted By Reverend73: Boondock Saints, very cool movie Reverend73
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One of my favorite scenes of all time "It was... a FIREFIGHT!!!!" I want that wav file SOOOOOO bad.
Link Posted: 6/25/2001 3:16:25 PM EST
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I'm surprised no one has mentioned Private Ryan yet. They can't get much more of a gratuitous high body count then that. Well OK maybe Braveheart. [%(] [chainsawkill] [frag] [grenade]
Link Posted: 6/25/2001 4:04:46 PM EST
Gratuitous body count? Nothing is more gratuitous than the church scene at the end of John Woo's "The Killer"
Link Posted: 6/25/2001 4:10:54 PM EST
"On The Beach" 5 Billion killed. One of the highest I have ever seen. "Hichhiker's Guide To The Galaxy" 6 Billion blown up to make way for a space highway On a more serious note, I have to agree with the Peckinpah movies.
Link Posted: 6/25/2001 4:16:58 PM EST
Without question, COMMANDO. I know it was totally unrealistic, especially a claymore mine leveling a building in a firball. But it was still cool as hell watching Arnold kill over a hundred guys with a Shotgun, M60, AK-47, .45, UZI, RPG, Hand Grenades, Saw blade, machete, pitchfork, Ballistic knife, Bed post and dropping the guy off the cliff. Did i miss any other weapons?. I watch it all the time. One of my favorite movies.
Link Posted: 6/25/2001 5:31:58 PM EST
Originally Posted By EMDDIESEL: Without question, COMMANDO. I know it was totally unrealistic, especially a claymore mine leveling a building in a firball. But it was still cool as hell watching Arnold kill over a hundred guys with a Shotgun, M60, AK-47, .45, UZI, RPG, Hand Grenades, Saw blade, machete, pitchfork, Ballistic knife, Bed post and dropping the guy off the cliff. Did i miss any other weapons?. I watch it all the time. One of my favorite movies.
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Gotta love that 4 barreled rocket launcher, too [}:)]
Link Posted: 6/26/2001 7:42:55 AM EST
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