Good scenes from bad movies.
I like the movie, but I rewatched it recently and I was really struck by how poor of an actor Nicholas Cage is. I mean, he's fine for the right personality, but Jared Leto as his brother had a much smaller part and practically blew him out of the water. Jared Leto cast as Yuri and Cage as the brother would've made a much less campy film.
How fucking rich was he? I find it very hard to believe a single man could make that much money when the arms trade is dominated by big cooperations and the US and British Government.
I want idiots and contrarian memers to get off /tv/, the board is shit enough without this anti-reddit supermemeing.
Lord of War is trash, the only two scenes in it that are worth watching in isolation the opening scene and the one OP posted get fucked all of you
He sold to governments and rebels that the US and the UK etc wouldn't fund, and he sold second hand military shit (mostly ex-Soviet) so probably pretty cheap but reliable. You should watch the film, it's a major plot point.
>liking this scene but not liking the rest of the movie
>implying it was bad
>Literally the only good Cage movie
>What is Leaving Las Vegas
>What is National Treasure
>What is Raising Arizona
>What is ConAir
Granted, he's been in way more terrible movies than good one, but he's done some really good ones as well.
The themes of this movie could have made for a really spooky movie about the history and origin of Halloween.
The problem was they wasted it on a plot about a man with an army of perfect robots that steals a piece of Stone Hedge to make masks that kill kids that stay home from Trick or Treating.
>AKs aren't that reliable
Their design about the most reliable standard infantry rifle that you can make in any quantity without it being super fucking expensive. Yes, they can fail like every other weapon, yes there may be more reliable weapons, but as a standard issue it's unmatched
Definite Essential Cagecore:
>Raising Arizona (1987)
>Wild at Heart (1990)
>Red Rock West (1993)
>Leaving Las Vegas (1995)
>Con Air (1997)
>Bringing Out the Dead (1999)
>Lord of War (2005)
>Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call - New Orleans (2009)
>Their design about the most reliable standard infantry rifle that you can make in any quantity without it being super fucking expensive
Modern ARs are about as reliable (more in some situations), are lighter, have more accessories readily available etc.
Yeah, unlike you who take your info from the information about the original M16 performance in Vietnam (which was hilariously horrible).
The best part about that scene is that they actually used an actual AK-47 rifle, not an AKM.
>Modern ARs are about as reliable (more in some situations)
Not really, the AK is always going to have looser tolerances just by it's mechanical design. And even when something does fuck up it's easier to fix on an AK
>Not really, the AK is always going to have looser tolerances just by it's mechanical design.
If you actually watched the video I linked you'd see that because of AKs' looser tolearnces it ended up eating mud and failing to cycle, while AR bolt was sealed tightly even with the dust cover off.
I didn't know that was a meme. I legitimately think it's the second best Halloween movie. It's not a "film" or anything but if it wasn't called "Halloween" it'd be an above-average 70s horror movie
>bringing in a youtube dipshit to make your point for you
That's more evidence than you are willing to provide. I know that's it's really hard to let go of myths, but seriously. It's just a gun, and both designs were quite good. For their time, anyway.
>I'll take years of accepted tests by governments
I don't think USSR/Russia ever considered adopting ARs/vice-versa, for reasons I think are quite obvious.
It was a Romanian AK, actually.
>Decades of use by dirty sand niggers who wouldn't know shit about maintaining guns
Lol, I'm pretty sure gun cleaning isn't some arcane knowledge. AKs have cleaning kits in the buttstock for a reason.
>this retard again
>ignoring fact that there are tons of torture tests which shows opposite thing
This guy seriously said that M16 would be best weapon for WWI trench war.