What are your favorite movie shootouts, /k/?
Django Unchained had some lulzy, fun, gorey shit.
The whole movie was an excuse to watch tons of racists get murdered. Quentin's WWII movie was similar: lets kill,Nazis, and ultimately (spoiler) the big 'un.
You guys don't like some Opera???
He just wanted to explain to Tsuda Horomi why 009 was so great ;_;
I eat green berets for breakfast
First time I saw that bank robbery scene in HEAT i was on the edge of my fucking seat.
The exact reason I don't want to watch it. Though I think it was just an excuse for Quentin to have everyone say nigger on set again. Also, the Germans aren't really that bad in Inglorious Basterds and the Americans are fucking crazy.
1986 Fbi Miami shotoout is fucking awesome, its real and better than anything fake
Sort of corny movie but most of the details are correct, very bad ass imo
De Niro was my least favorite part of the movie. Something about his character, everyone else just feels so professional and badass, I feel like De Niro should've been killed time and time again, but the good guy had to win. I just wish it was a different character. Still, amazing movie. Think I am going to go play Payday 2 now.
He was a strange character in the movie, I'll give you that.
Thee feels from the ending tho:
Also I know I'll probably get flamed for this, but the matrix has a less serious, but fun shootout:
Open Range is one of my favourites for westerns, save for Costner firing like 15 rounds out of an SAA at the beginning and the shotgun through the wall shit it's more authentic than most
>All dat black powder smoke that every other western doesn't have
Anyways, here's my favourite from The Good, The Bad, The Weird
That feel when whole Blue Ruin was like nogunz becoming /k/.
I haven't seen the movie, but the bit that bugs me is
>A bunch of shitty chavs
>Decent firearms, including automatic weapons
For fuck's sake, most gang members in the US even can barely get ahold of anything more than a $100 Jiminez or stolen SKS
I built a 733 because I liked the feature set.
Then I re watched Heat and realized everyone was running around with 733's.
Went from being one of my favorite guns to being my favorite gun.
Because last time I posted it someone sperged out, they came with .750 and .625 barrels, with all three fixed upper variants, with round and tear drop FA's, and with and with out bayo lugs. Being a transitional model, there was a LOT of variation.
Forgot to add, Heat correct would be a .750 barrel on a C7 upper with a round FA and no bayo lug, but either would be type correct.
They were essentially just using up all the spare parts, there's not a real hard parts list for a 7 series gun.
Thanks, I'm pretty happy with it.
Wanted something simple and lightweight without all the extra BS to ride behind the seat of my truck/for innawoods/for innatown.
Still need to see how it groups at 100yds and further, only have a 25/300 battle zero on it right now.
John Woo's Shit
Yes they don't take cover.
Yes they're all kung fooey as shit.
But John Woo was largely responsible for getting the average movie gunfight outside of the old Hollywood tactic of "Bad-guys-walk-in-get-shot."
Not to mention is responsible for the current state of Anime Gunfights.
A Better Tomorrow and Hard Boiled stand out.