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Best action movies

Discussion in 'Entertainment, Culture, and Sports' started by Matt, Aug 29, 2006.

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    The good, the bad, the weird.

    This movie was so great. I paid 10 bucks to watch it in theatres but I would have gladly paid 50$ to see it on the big screen.
     
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    This movie was so great. I paid 10 bucks to watch it in theatres but I would have gladly paid 50$ to see it on the big screen.

    +1000
     
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    Has anyone mentioned The Matrix? It's probably the most brilliant hijacking of John Woo's technique ever. That scene where there is the shoot out at the bottom of that building with the marble floors and walls must of had Woo sweating.

    Also, the last 2 Bourne movies. The first one, other than the great hook of the narrative, is pretty meh.


    for all intents and purposes, the matrix is sci-fi, not action. that's probably why it hasn't been mentioned.
     
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    no one mentioned Punisher: War Zone? this movie is great!

    I can't believe I forgot about that one. Hell, I watched it yesterday. Love that movie!

    I'll also add The Punisher (both the '89 and '04 versions - I'm a huge Punisher fan), I forgot about Man on Fire and Taken as well.
     
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