4 Of The Most Epic Movie Shootouts Of All Time

Wednesday, December 28 by Frost

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<p>Get ready to hit the gun range tomorrow after you check out 4 of the most epic movie <span data-scayt_word=shootouts” data-scaytid=”1″>shootouts of all time. For added realism feel free to occasionally quick draw your Nerf gun and plant a few on the screen as you help out the heroes as only you could.

“Shoot ‘Em Up”. 

With the exception of a loving message to the audience that everyone should eat their vegetables, particularly carrots, “Shoot ‘Em Up” is one long action movie shootout. Despite bursts of shell-cased brilliance, the best shootout has to be in the Hammerson factory. With tons of expendable gunslingers, a plethora of guns available and plenty of back and forth dialogue between Clive Owen and Paul Giamatti you get an action filled scene that doesn’t disappoint on the sheer bloody factor. Make sure to cover any vegetarian eyes at the beginning of this scene, as a vegetable does involuntarily sacrifice itself to help Owen kick off the gunfight.

Sukiyaki Western Django.

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A three pointed epic movie shootout occurs at the end of “Sukiyaki WesternDjango as the rival Genji and Heike gangs go all in against each other with the unnamed stranger and his tag along partner and client, Ruriko, thrown into the mix. Where else are you going to find a human conga line of meat shields protecting an armored Gatling gun gang leader? Takashi Miike keeps the gore and weirdness you’d expect from him going strong in this film with a split personality sheriff and enough black hearted gunslingers to keep the body count nice and high. Ruriko’s dismantling of Kiyomori as she plays out her vengeance is a poignant scene within the shootout that stands out from the chaotic battle.

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