/ best film fight sequence ever!

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Richard Carter - on 18 Dec 2007
I'm watching a film that has a fight scene between some random guy, santa, jesus and mary :-P
eirenutter - on 18 Dec 2007
In reply to Richard Carter: sounds like south park
Mystery Toad - on 18 Dec 2007
In reply to Richard Carter:

erm.....
The French Connection?
Richard Carter - on 18 Dec 2007
it was some rubbish christmas film on sky. still i always love a good santa/jesus fight!
Undertow on 18 Dec 2007
In reply to Richard Carter: gladiator had some good fight scenes.
Clint86 - on 18 Dec 2007
In reply to Richard Carter: On the ski lift, Where Eagles dare was good at the time.
tomentalist - on 18 Dec 2007
In reply to Richard Carter:

300 has some good fight scenes, but i doubt they'd be as good as a fight between santa, jesus and mary
TRDSpitfire - on 18 Dec 2007
In reply to Richard Carter:

* End fight in film "Best of the Best"

* Bourne Identity/Supremacy fight scenes

* Blade always gets the adrenaline goin! lol
Ribenaberry on 18 Dec 2007 - 192.168.2.55 [mail.billingham.com]
There's a Jackie Chan film called 'Who Am I?'. It's awful but the fight scenes at the end are pretty incredible.
Tony the Blade on 18 Dec 2007
In reply to Richard Carter:

The final sword fight in The Adventures of Robin Hood, the one with Errol Flynn.

The sword fighting in Romeo & Juliet, between Romeo and Tybalt (Micheal York as Tybalt).

I'll also cast a vote for Ed Norton V's Himself in Fight Club, I mean to even consider fighting yourself is hilarious.

Then there's the subway scene in Matrix.

And let's not forget King Arthur vs The Black Knight in Monty Python and the Holy Grail.
Johnny_Grunwald on 18 Dec 2007
In reply to TRDSpitfire:

You forgot Bourne Ultimatum, he does some proper duffing up of multiple secret agents in the Waterloo Station scene.
TRDSpitfire - on 18 Dec 2007
In reply to Rockmonkey680: just a shame the films arent as good as the books, the fight scenes would be even better!
anonymouse - on 18 Dec 2007
In reply to Richard Carter:
The corridor fight in Old Boy is one of the silliest fight scenes ever committed to film, especially considering it comes in the middle of an otherwise emotionally intense film.
Bug - on 18 Dec 2007
In reply to Richard Carter:

Colin Firth and Hugh Grant in Bridget Jones, had me in stitches, especially when they stop to sing happy birthday! Oh, and they fight like girls!
TRDSpitfire - on 18 Dec 2007
In reply to Rockmonkey680:

lol just found one on youtube!

"greatest fight scene ever" is the title, not sure it is though lol

ttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K06wDn3XsZE
rich on 18 Dec 2007 - kcpc465.rdg.ac.uk [viwc2-1.rdg.ac.uk]
In reply to TRDSpitfire: good fighting in the most recent james bond film
bergalia on 18 Dec 2007 - begax1-189.dialup.optusnet.com.au
In reply to Richard Carter:


The Cinemascope-wide punch-up in 'The Big Country'
Paul Atkinson - on 18 Dec 2007
In reply to Richard Carter: when it all goes off in Brighton in Quadrophenia

Blue Straggler - on 18 Dec 2007
In reply to Richard Carter:

Ed Harris vs. Michael Biehn in The Abyss

Ernest Borgnine vs. Lee Marvin in Emperor of the North

Charles Bronson vs. various opponents in Hard Times (aka The Street Fighter)

Michael Pare vs. Willem Dafoe in Streets of Fire

Uma Thurman vs. Daryl Hannah in Kill Bill Vol. 2

Harrison Ford vs. Daryl Hannah in BladeRunner

Jet Li's fights in Fearless

Timothy Treadwell vs. a mean old bear in Grizzly Man
Mystery Toad - on 18 Dec 2007
In reply to Ribenaberry:
> There's a Jackie Chan film called 'Who Am I?'. It's awful but the fight scenes at the end are pretty incredible.

An awful Jackie Chan film?
You want awful?
Try "The Big Brawl".
At least you can attempt to watch Ed Wood movies.
.......this is much, much, worse.
Bobbsy - on 18 Dec 2007
In reply to Richard Carter:

prob not exactly what you mean, but love the gun-battle in Heat
Mystery Toad - on 18 Dec 2007
In reply to Blue Straggler:
> (In reply to Richard Carter)
>
> Harrison Ford vs. Daryl Hannah in BladeRunner
>


(clears throat).....
you like the rest of us just enjoy watching her crush his skull with her thighs.
woof.
zephr - on 18 Dec 2007
In reply to Richard Carter:

gotta say that the lightsabre fight in Episode 1 was the best lightsabre fight there is.

Also, how about Jet li Vs Donny yen in Hero- that was pretty special, even amongst all the other fight scenes in there.

the totally random fight scene in matrix 2 in the mansion lobby kind of place with a shed load of weapons, (another decent fight scene in an otherwise VERY average vergin on crap film),

thats all i can come up with at the moment... but im sure i'll think of some more during the meeting Im about to head off to...
stuckonarock - on 18 Dec 2007
In reply to Richard Carter:

Viggo Mortensen in Eastern Promises.

Ladies, I strongly recommend you watch the fight scene in the sauna.
Taba - on 18 Dec 2007
In reply to Richard Carter:

kung fu hustle, amazing + hilarious fight scenes

Ong Bak, Tony Jaa is THE MAN!
TRip - on 18 Dec 2007
In reply to Richard Carter:

The fight on the train in from Russia with Love.

The shoot out in the Station in the Untouchables.
Anonymous on 18 Dec 2007 - idownload.welplan.co.uk
In reply to Richard Carter:

it would have to one of the many excellent Tom and Jerry fights
Taba - on 18 Dec 2007
In reply to Taba:

in case your not familiar with Tony Jaa's work:

http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=11RtQC5Idd0
smithy - on 18 Dec 2007
Taba - on 18 Dec 2007
In reply to smithy:

good fight scene but Tom Yum Goong is not nearly as good as Ong Bak.
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Taba - on 18 Dec 2007
TRDSpitfire - on 18 Dec 2007
In reply to Blue Straggler:

Gotta agree with ya Jet li in fearless was pretty damn cool!

also Jet li in romeo must die
TRDSpitfire - on 18 Dec 2007
In reply to Taba:
> (In reply to Taba)
>
> in case your not familiar with Tony Jaa's work:
>
> http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=11RtQC5Idd0


Whoa that guy's got skillz, wont be nicking his pint in a hurry lol =D
220bpm on 18 Dec 2007
In reply to Richard Carter:

Something out of Crouching Tiger or Hero. Love those oriental masterpieces!
catt on 18 Dec 2007
In reply to Richard Carter:

Puts most film fight sequences to shame!

http://www.xiaoxiaomovie.com/movie/movie03.htm
BrianT - on 18 Dec 2007
In reply to Richard Carter: I liked the nose mashing scene in Pans Labyrinth. A bit of a one-sided fight that.
Blue Straggler - on 18 Dec 2007
In reply to 220bpm:

Thing about Hero is that there is not one weaponless fight sequence.

To be honest the greatest action/fight sequence in any film is the expulsion-from-the-temple scene in Twin Warriors. Astonishingly choreographed and performed.

Surprised none of the boys have weighed in with the Sarah Carter / Holly Valance fight in the rain in D.O.A.

Or Arneeee vs. Kristanna Loken in Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines
anonymouse - on 18 Dec 2007
In reply to BrianT:
Reminded me a little of Irreversible, but nicer.
pwhiteside - on 18 Dec 2007
In reply to Richard Carter: It has to be "Enter the dragon" for me, especially the uncut version.
pauldr - on 18 Dec 2007
In reply to pwhiteside: close mate it has to be .. the way of the dragon fight between bruce lee and chuck norris
pwhiteside - on 18 Dec 2007
In reply to pauldr: That is awesome, you are right. Fist of fury has some moments too, infact, any Bruce Lee film usually leaves me feeling like I want to kick someone and then make a silly noise afterwards.
Mystery Toad - on 18 Dec 2007
In reply to pwhiteside:

but not buy a trampoline, thank goodness.
phew that stuff gets tiring.
When Lee picks up those chucks......
head for cover and quick. lol

brilliant. a mate from L.A. was/is equally adept with them.
though novices making their own is always ill advised.
BONK!.....every time.
diablo - on 18 Dec 2007
In reply to Richard Carter:

Clint Eastwood

Good Bad and the Ugly

Clint doesnt look at his 'victims' until they begin to fall of roofs etc. and there's no blood either. So it's not possible to determine if he got them.

(could almost say that it's good, harmless fun ?: well maybe not )
Mystery Toad - on 18 Dec 2007
In reply to Richard Carter:

I don't know if they're the best and I don't care.

But when she puts on that rubber cat suit and
dyes her hair black....picks up a shotgun or a crossbow
does it get any better?
http://www.filmfodder.com/movies/reviews/underworld_evolution/images/underworld_evolution.jpg
.....nope.
Mystery Toad - on 18 Dec 2007
In reply to Richard Carter:

A very brief scene but it is startling. Very effective and frightening.

From "Tombstone"

"....I'm your huckleberry"
"....Alright lunger, let's do it".
Ridge - on 18 Dec 2007
In reply to Richard Carter:

The Ninth Configuation. An odd but brilliant film, by William Peter Blatty.
Stacey Keach kills an entire bar full of Hells Angels in under a minute with his bare hands...
Mystery Toad - on 18 Dec 2007
In reply to Ridge:

LOL.....phew.
talk about suspension of disbelief, that takes the cake. lol
colin harvey on 18 Dec 2007
In reply to Richard Carter: definitely the Big Country fight, even though gregory peck is too noble to paste the nra scum
Mystery Toad - on 18 Dec 2007
In reply to colin harvey:

......but he could. oh brother could he. lol
dispeller - on 19 Dec 2007
In reply to Richard Carter:

I'm glad someone got round to mentioning Bruce Lee!!

Love the xiaoxiaomovie thing, it's brilliant.

Did anyone see the classic fight scene in 'They Live' with Rowdy the other day? Fantastic!!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wqKFadyJxwg
mikepike - on 19 Dec 2007
In reply to dispeller: You have to love the line


" i came here to chew gum and kick ass, and im all out'ta gum"
dispeller - on 19 Dec 2007
In reply to mikepike:

It's genius, pure genius!

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