Best Weapons used by a Hero in a MOvie!
This should be a fun one!!
I'll start, I'm watching Aliens,
Ripley's Flame Thrower / Machine Gun.
To start off, you gotta admit she was one bad mofo.
I like when Bruce Willis grabs the samurai sword in Pulp Fiction. I guess hes hardly a hero though...P
The ZF-1 from The Fifth Element
What about the most ultimate weapon ever?
Props to the doom weapon and even though he is MY hero, let's stick to MOVIE heroes w/ their Weapon!!! Here's another good one!!
Bare Hands Bet that!!!
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The Guns are actually using Chuck Norris as their weapon
End of thread. The greatest weapon used by a hero would have to be these jeans
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Where can I get those?? Seriously Where??
Very good choice, I knew chuck would come up! Keep them coming!!
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He also has a fist behind his beard
This seems to be turning into a Chuck Norris thread
[quoteceefca9350="J4320"]What about the most ultimate weapon ever?
I lol'ed. Hilarious, +karma for that.
Come on, we need to give Chuck a break and move on to Movie Heroes and weapons!!! Please see Best Martial Arts ACTOR thread!!!
You're trying a little to hard to keep this thread on-topic...
Oil and Bike Pedals. And Jeremy Statham.
definitely danny trejo's knives in desperado.
he is the same character in every single movie he is in and i love it (minus halloween, he was a jackassey janitor)
Hey Jenny, I'm pretty sure your talking about Jason Statham. I wont hold it against you. )
i believe jason statham played a wonderful role as a warrior in the critically acclaimed film, In the Name of the King A Dungeon Siege Tale.
what a phenomenal piece of cinematography that gem was )
Oh yeah, sorry, I was distracted by his accent.
Jason Statham is a badass period
How about the "bad guy" in No Country for Old Men? (with his air gun)
[quote1fb053e2e7="ajasax"]How about the "bad guy" in No Country for Old Men? (with his air gun)
Anton "Sugar" Chigurh for the win. And that's a silenced shotgun, not his air tank D
..hence the parenthesis wink
This isn't from a movie but I've always thought this was a cool weapon.
[quote39f8351f32="Braden"]This isn't from a movie but I've always thought this was a cool weapon.
man, i'm sorry but Anton Chigurgh has you beat to pieces with his cattle smoker.
Yup, Javier Bardem has never been more badass D
But wait... this is a HERO thread. (
Meh. He was the evil hero. But you're right, he was bad-ass in that movie.
Javier Bardem's performance was worthy of being compared to Anthony Hopkins' Hannibal Lecter =]