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kornslayer1
Posted: Friday, June 14, 2013 5:03:02 PM

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Mercury Rising is a classic. The whole Nine and ten yards are also worth mentioning. Hostage wasn't bad either. Cop out was funny, and I'll always remember his role in Pulp fiction too.

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Posted: Tuesday, June 18, 2013 1:09:29 PM

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does it make me a loser to say 5th Element? i cud watch that everytime its on, lol
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redruby wrote:
does it make me a loser to say 5th Element? i cud watch that everytime its on, lol


Not at all. Bruce is in full on action hero mode and the look and feel is wonderful. I haven't seen it in a while but I was certainly blown away by it when I saw it in the theatres. If I have one criticism, it would be that the segment on the luxury liner ends up feeling a bit like Die Hard In Spaaaaaaaace!


But my favorite non-Die Hard Bruce? Moonlighting. Not a movie, I know, but I loved David Addison and the relationship he had with Maddie (Cybill Shepherd's character).


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Nikki703
Posted: Tuesday, June 18, 2013 1:22:19 PM

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If you mean movies where he was the main star then The Last Boy Scout.

If you mean any movie he was in then Pulp Fiction
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Posted: Tuesday, June 18, 2013 1:28:54 PM

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Pulp Fiction.
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Red and soon Red 2
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12 Monkeys, no doubt.

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Striking Distance?

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MotelMILF
Posted: Tuesday, June 18, 2013 2:01:14 PM

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"Tears of the Sun", he played a Navy Seal who went to Africa to save a doctor played by Monica Bellucci, and had to fight his way out with her and refugees. It was outstanding.
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Red and 5th element
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moonlighting.. yes know it wasn't a movie but saw it on cable and loved it

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Armageddon
Perfect Stranger
Tears Of The Sun

matt55
Posted: Tuesday, June 18, 2013 3:18:02 PM

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mine is The Sixth Sense
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Twelve Monkeys, Pulp Fiction, Planet Terror, The Last Boy Scout
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Sin City is one of my favourite movies. That and The Sixth Sense.
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ginger86 wrote:
moonlighting.. yes know it wasn't a movie but saw it on cable and loved it


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Posted: Wednesday, June 19, 2013 6:14:56 PM

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Not going to lie, but I quite enjoyed him in Tears of the Sun.
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I was also a big Moonlighting fan. Fell a little in love with Bruce Willis (or at least his character of David Addison) during the run of that series.
As far as movies, I really liked Striking Distance and the bizarre 12 Monkeys.
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The Jackal
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The one where he almosts dies hard. Because it made me go like :o
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pulp fiction
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The Kid
Whole Nine Yards
12 Monkeys;

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Posted: Wednesday, June 19, 2013 8:33:50 PM

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In order:
1. Pulp Fiction
2. Sin City
3. 12 Monkeys
4. The Jackal
5. The Fifth Element

Those movies are great. He has also made some awful movies. Armegeddon may be the worst movie I have ever seen.

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The Jackal.
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Pulp fiction
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Last Man Standing...Bruce Willis vs Christopher Walken = CLASSIC
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The Fifth Element and Sin City
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Posted: Thursday, June 20, 2013 6:05:21 AM

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The whole nine yards, Fifth Element, Red and 12 Monkeys.
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Posted: Thursday, June 20, 2013 8:38:29 AM

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I absolutely love "The Sixth Sense". He was fabulous in that move.
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