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favourite tv film involving hunting or guns

Discussion in 'General chit chat' started by topcat, Jun 9, 2008.

  1. topcat

    topcat Posting Addict

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    My favourite is predator . the ultimate hunter
     
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    alien VS predator?

    good film, bit random,,,thats why i like it:D
     
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    Predator for me too for "hunting", could you just not use his cammo gear :D
    Film involving guns, "The Crow" has a brilliant scene, apart from that, "Future Weapons" on Discovery, ;)
     
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    Not a film for me but american chopper regularily has hunting and shooting in it
     
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    bikers...hunting....dont see the conection:confused:

    more off topic than i get.
    bikes and guns :shrug:
     
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    Watch the programe yesterday they were calling ducks the day before shooting airguns the programe s not about building bikes it's about the family and they are all into shooting and fishing and the show features loads of it
     
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    You will find a lot of bikers into shooting and fishing
     
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    dont talk stupid , grow up!
     
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    WHERE?.............
     
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    Gun shops, tackle shops, fisheries and shooting grounds probably :D
     
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    one of my favourite films is Shooter with mark wahlberg,
    if you haven't seen it you need to. really good film!
     
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    Any of Clint Eastwoods westerns - he does some unfeasably accurate rifle sniping but I still think they're great
     
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    I agree, can't beat a good Clint Eastwood western :moo:
     
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    Alaska surviving the last fronter.

    on discovery.

    it what it said on the tin
    they go out hunting mouse and what not with diferent rifles to survive.
    quite good
     
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    Here's some of mine:

    A Better Tomorrow II [video=youtube;IVA3y2snYRE]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IVA3y2snYRE&feature=related[/video]

    Hard Boiled [video=youtube;3o57RNhJ_1s]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3o57RNhJ_1s[/video]

    Bullet in the head [video=youtube;-oXnghKJJL4]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-oXnghKJJL4[/video]

    Two-Minute Warning [video=youtube;Xbne4i1Wo1c]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xbne4i1Wo1c[/video]

    Shooter [video=youtube;ogb72h4vYKU]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ogb72h4vYKU[/video]

    Chris.
     
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    Made in england is a good one has some nice airgun scenes in it to remind us of the days when airguns were fun
     
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    Gotta be "Enemy at the gate".
    WW2 Eastern front.
     
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    What about the Deerhunter with Robert De Niro. Okay alot of it is in Vietnam but there is deer hunting in it .
     
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    Enemy at the gates is a good film, Major Koenig looks like my PE teacher though. My favourites got to be the Rambo series, especially 4. Just got it on blu-ray, for my PS3 ( I'm typing on it now ), very crisp image, but nothing special. A film like Predator would be good on blu-ray.
     

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