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 Post subject: Re: Best Fight Scenes
PostPosted: Sun Apr 01, 2012 10:02 pm 
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laifuthegreat wrote:
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The closest it ever comes to a fight scene is when Roy breaks Deckart's fingers with ease. There is no other physical confrontation. It is still a great moment though.
Deckard gives Roy a solid whack with a pipe at one point (to no avail).
yeah, i forgot about that. I think for something to be considered a fight scene too, both members need to be some way evenly matched. One character simply toying with another and then
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 Post subject: Re: Best Fight Scenes
PostPosted: Sun Apr 01, 2012 10:10 pm 
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gilgamesh wrote:
laifuthegreat wrote:
gilgamesh wrote:
The closest it ever comes to a fight scene is when Roy breaks Deckart's fingers with ease. There is no other physical confrontation. It is still a great moment though.
Deckard gives Roy a solid whack with a pipe at one point (to no avail).
yeah, i forgot about that. I think for something to be considered a fight scene too, both members need to be some way evenly matched. One character simply toying with another and then
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saving his life
pretty much rules it out.

When I read this, I came in my pants.



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 Post subject: Re: Best Fight Scenes
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When I read this, I came in my pants.


That's a little bit more info than we needed to know. What part are you referring to that you read.



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 Post subject: Re: Best Fight Scenes
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gilgamesh wrote:
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When I read this, I came in my pants.


That's a little bit more info than we needed to know. What part are you referring to that you read.

The part in the top right corner of the post.


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When I read this, I came in my pants.


That's a little bit more info than we needed to know. What part are you referring to that you read.

Just the mention of the 3rd greatest film of all time imo.



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Unjolly Irishman wrote:
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When I read this, I came in my pants.


That's a little bit more info than we needed to know. What part are you referring to that you read.

Just the mention of the 3rd greatest film of all time imo.

What's the first and second best?



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 Post subject: Re: Best Fight Scenes
PostPosted: Mon Apr 02, 2012 12:53 pm 
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What's the first and second best?

2. Amadeus
1. The Godfather Part II (Even though my mum spoiled the ending for me)



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I enjoy this fight a good deal too



It's one of the most realistic film fights I've seen.



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probably the best of all the bond fights




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Seeing as no anime fights have been mentioned here so far I thought I'd throw these in


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The second and fourth are actually my favourites. I appreciate the realism gone into them.



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