|Sexy Duck Cop |
Needs a "shooting people and then they do a cartwheel" tag.
Done! Now get that link active, people!
|Sexy Duck Cop |
Charles Bronson's bullets are so powerful they create their own gravitational pull, forcing you to run to the nearest balcony and hurl yourself off of it. If no balconies are nearby, you will call Uber, find an apartment with a balcony, politely knock on the door, introduce yourself, and then sprint towards their balcony. You are not dead until you fall off a balcony.
I love the educational documentaries of my childhood. This is the best Death Wish movie.
You can be my box-of-bullets-feeder-guy anytime, Iceman!
|Caminante Nocturno |
In the Death With movies, Charles Bronson shows that you don't have to be young or physically fit to shoot people, which goes a long way towards combating the unfair standards of fitness and masculinity that actors like Stallone and Schwarzenegger set in their movies. In the future, I hope that more directors will learn from Death Wish, and make more movies about older men shooting people, so that we can help set a good example for the public to follow.
Stallone and Schwarzenegger do the same thing now. It's like that hypocrite Shane Douglas who mocked the wrestlers who were so old and out of shape wrestling in t-shirts for not stepping down and retiring. Now he's an old man wrestling in t-shirts. Fuck Shane Douglas. He's such a bitter old turd.
|Binro the Heretic |
They got their money's worth out of that articulated mannequin.
|infinite zest |
I love RLM but this is pretty EIT material.
The "creeps" in Death Wish 3 were typical of the way street gangs were portrayed in 1980s B-action films. They were always scruffy and ratty looking but still looked well scrubbed, and their generic "street punk" attire usually involved lots of ragged and torn but still new-looking denims and leathers and bandannas tied around their arms or legs and metal studded belts or jackets and random stuff like Iron Cross medallions or stuff like that hanging off of jackets with torn off sleeves. And the hair, usually a lot of it with hideous dye-jobs and some guys with their hair cut into weird shapes, like sideways mohawks or dozens of spikes, yet it always looks shampooed and clean.
I'm not seeing any creeps in this clip. I'm seeing lots of scum, trash, thugs, and punks, but not a single creep.
Direction for Bronson for all of these movies: "OK just shoot like you don't give a damn...ACTION!"
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