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  1. Now we're getting into an element of conversation in what commands the title of a "great action movie" are we looking for action, or action and the combination of a great villain/hero(es) dynamic? I would eriously like to get an honest, non feudal consensus regarding this? We could go for hours, and there is the idea that a hero is only as good as his villain. I mean shit, Batman ha the best Rogue Gallery, ever, by a large margin and he is considered one of the best superheroes ever.
  2. I have never watched that movie more than twice, and I've owned it for many years. It is all encompassing and absolutely soul crushing. I've known a few people that've gone down certain parts of the road that movie presented and I can tel you, despite acknowledging its greatness as a movie, it is a journey i can barely stomach watching
  3. I disagree with that. I honestly think it was the show not knowing how long the seasons wanted to go on each murder.
  4. I have to go with FSW on this on the sheer fact that no one disrepects Corporal Hick.
  5. Now we're getting into an element of conversation in what commands the title of a "great action movie" are we looking for action, or action and the combination of a great villain/hero(es) dynamic?
  6. Id want to see a spin off/prequel of young Raylan Givens and/or Boyd Crowder or Ellstin Limehouse.....shit....could you imagine a prequel documenting the beginnings of the Givens/Bennett feud. Justified.....fulllll of possibilities. Another one, seeing how Mal/Zoey survived the war preceding Firefly.
  7. Plus it gives another character Quagmire likes, as opposed to his disdain for Brian
  8. I'll agree for plot and villain, action edge to Die Hard and it's an edge to Willis because of his lack of shoes. I think it all comes down to how you feel about Nicholas Cage.
  9. I agree with a previous poster in that I identify that Connery is playing an imprisoned James Bond. It helps, immensely. I never said it was far in between.....But I'm sure you're referring to FSW
  10. I'd put Aliens above T2, but the Rock id have Top 5.
  11. That is an interesting point. He took a pretty bad beating in that street fight and it would have probably been stopped in an official fight. That was my thought exactly. Especially at the end, he was down longer than a 10 count. I could see where he was "supposed to die"
  12. Am I the only one who thinks Rocky would've lost a legit boxing match as oppsoed to a street fight in Rocky V?
  13. Airborne. The Quintessential Roller Blading movie.
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