Damn, I was trying to remember what movie it was where I saw the cowboy hoisting a coffin the entire movie. That is full of win.
A Jedi knight's lightsaber has been voted the top movie weapon, pipping Dirty Harry's Magnum .44 to the post in a 20th Century Fox poll of 2,000 film buffs. The Star Wars illuminated sword heads a mixed bag of offensive items, including the Hattori Hanzo katana from Kill Bill, Oddjob's unfriendly bowler hat* and Indy's …
* Trojan Rabbit
* Snarky Norman Cattlepult
* Foul Beast of Cair Banough
* The Holy Hand Grenade of Antioch
* Tiger Release
* Ten (or was it Five?) Ton Weight
* Crabby Appleton's printing press that automatically removed holidays from the calendars it printed
* British Defense Establishment's laser bazooka in "Help" (if only American-style funding were available to perfect it)
(OK, OK, not all from movies but definitely threats to be reckoned with.)
It was a 16 ton weight :-)
And what about Dekard's hard gun - nice look and made a good noise.
I guess it's a bit whimpy to suggest Leggy's bow and arrow, but it should supercede Robin's perhaps.
And the good old Zippo lighter must have been thrown hundreds of times to start a deadly inferno!
actually I think the minigun in Predator should have been a XM214 (5.56x45 nato) Microgun not the m134 (7.62x51 nato), as the SIX-PACK system (xm214, ammo pack, and power module weighed roughly 85 pounds .. figure minimum double that for the m134 system ... (feel free to disagree with these FACTS if you can find other proof?) .. and yes the M41A1 Pulse Rifle from Aliens (and to a lesser point A3) deserves to be on the list
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