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    While it's not really "Flinch", Tang vs. Colt near the close of Way Of The Dragon. That Colt has not intention of not finishing the fight even when it is obvious where things are going makes me uncomfortable every single time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by numberthirty View Post
    While it's not really "Flinch", Tang vs. Colt near the close of Way Of The Dragon. That Colt has not intention of not finishing the fight even when it is obvious where things are going makes me uncomfortable every single time.
    This may actually be my favorite fight scene in a movie. Yeah, may not be the most brutal but a great scene.

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    Wolverine against Lady Deathstrike - X2
    Wolverine against Spike - The Last Stand
    All fights on "The Wolverine".
    All fights on DOFP.
    All fights on "Logan".
    The Weapon X scene on "Apocalypse".

    Hugh Jackman's Wolverine was just the EXCELLENT fighter of the most amazing, compelling, brutal and marvellous face-to-face action scenes in superhero movie history.

    X1, X2, Last Stand, Origins, The Wolverine, DOFP, Apocalypse, Logan... they all featured the most feral and bad ass character ever depicted on screen: (Hugh Jackman's) Wolverine. He was 100% strong, agile, brutal, fiercy and "animalistic" in an impressive way. On the other hand, he was pitted against bad ass opponents who raised the stakes and gave him a hard time. That's great and brilliant action filmmaking.
    He was credible, plausible, relatable... unlike the comic book Wolverine in many NON-Claremont issues from the mid-nineties until today.
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    Deadwood between Dan Dority and Captain Turner:

    Pull List:

    Marvel Comics: Black Panther, Captain America, X-Men, New Mutants.
    DC Comics: The Green Lantern, Strange Adventures, Far Sector, The Last God.

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    The fight between the Operator and the two assassins in "The Night Comes for Us".

    Final fight in the movie was pretty brutal too.
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    Meet the new Boss:

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    Quote Originally Posted by BatKeaton View Post
    Wolverine against Lady Deathstrike - X2
    Wolverine against Spike - The Last Stand
    All fights on "The Wolverine".
    All fights on DOFP.
    All fights on "Logan".
    The Weapon X scene on "Apocalypse".

    Hugh Jackman's Wolverine was just the EXCELLENT fighter of the most amazing, compelling, brutal and marvellous face-to-face action scenes in superhero movie history.

    X1, X2, Last Stand, Origins, The Wolverine, DOFP, Apocalypse, Logan... they all featured the most feral and bad ass character ever depicted on screen: (Hugh Jackman's) Wolverine. He was 100% strong, agile, brutal, fiercy and "animalistic" in an impressive way. On the other hand, he was pitted against bad ass opponents who raised the stakes and gave him a hard time. That's great and brilliant action filmmaking.
    He was credible, plausible, relatable... unlike the comic book Wolverine in many NON-Claremont issues from the mid-nineties until today.
    First person I've heard praise Wolverines fight scenes. Most people go the opposite way. Logan was better because his claws did what they should do. Nothing but respect to Jackman though

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    Quote Originally Posted by QuinnFillory View Post
    This isn't about the best fight scenes; there's already a thread for that. This is about the fight scenes that made you wince and cover your eyes, the fight scenes that made you actually feel the hits and punches being thrown. The fight scenes that made you look at the winners/losers and wonder "how did they survive that?!"

    Here's one:

    That may be the most brutal fight on television ever.
    How did his glasses stay on the entire time??

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    The important part starts at about 2:20.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Star_Jammer View Post
    How did his glasses stay on the entire time??
    Practice, of course

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    There was a movie where barroom bawlers came at each other with a broken candle and a broken milk carton. Not very brutal, actually...

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    'bok bok bok bok bok'

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    I think the "removing the kneecap" Scene from Bloodsport will Always be one of the most remembered brutal fight Scenes of me just because it was the first time seeing something like that on TV

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    From Warrior Season 1. Done by the same creators of Banshee which has been talked about a lot on this thread.

    Not only pretty brutal, but stellar fight choreography.


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    Also, we can't talk about brutal fight scenes without diving into Indonesian action cinema:

    The Raid:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OYjdcgPWg0Q
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fMeqLriA4q4

    The Night Comes for Us:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u3H_PA_8ejk
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ihPnDVMeEsQ

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