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« Reply #8850 on: Thursday 15 October 2020, 04:36:28 AM »
I read somewhere recently that Mila Jovavich has the most kills in cinema history. I guess they must be counting zombies.

:lol: Tomisaburo Wakayama killed like 1000 dudes in one of those Lone wolf and Cub flicks.

Here's the top 10 deadliest action heroes of all time list in full:

Milla Jovovich – 1,296
Jet Li – 1,076
Dolph Lundgren - 919
Arnold Schwarzenegger - 842
Chow Yun-Fat - 810
Sylvester Stallone - 786
Jason Statham - 718
Kevin Costner - 670
Wesley Snipes - 593
Nicholas Cage – 571

(your guy killed 150 in that film)

Think it only counts on-screen kills as well.

It must do, otherwise  Adrian McLoughlin would be there. I'd imagine.

Offline Beren

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« Reply #8851 on: Thursday 15 October 2020, 08:35:43 AM »
I read somewhere recently that Mila Jovavich has the most kills in cinema history. I guess they must be counting zombies.

:lol: Tomisaburo Wakayama killed like 1000 dudes in one of those Lone wolf and Cub flicks.

Here's the top 10 deadliest action heroes of all time list in full:

Milla Jovovich – 1,296
Jet Li – 1,076
Dolph Lundgren - 919
Arnold Schwarzenegger - 842
Chow Yun-Fat - 810
Sylvester Stallone - 786
Jason Statham - 718
Kevin Costner - 670
Wesley Snipes - 593
Nicholas Cage – 571

(your guy killed 150 in that film)

Think it only counts on-screen kills as well.

I haven't seen a Jet Li film in a while but this is surprising. I would have thought he had inflicted 1,076 sprains and broken bones not deaths.

Also, presumably a lot of Snipes' kill were already dead so...

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« Reply #8852 on: Thursday 15 October 2020, 10:12:56 AM »
Surprised Statham and Costner are so high.  I must inadvertently/purposefully swerve their movies.   

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« Reply #8853 on: Thursday 15 October 2020, 01:39:10 PM »
Surprised Statham and Costner are so high.  I must inadvertently/purposefully swerve their movies.

I was surprised by Costner but I guess he must have killed a few in Waterworld. 

At first I was surprised [I was petrified] at Statham, but let's be honest, nobody goes to a Statham Movie for the acting.

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« Reply #8854 on: Thursday 15 October 2020, 05:26:50 PM »
:whistle:


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« Reply #8855 on: Thursday 15 October 2020, 05:32:36 PM »
must be trump propaganda because none of the white people are immediately snarling, hissing racists denying bank loans to black people, what is this utter fiction

Offline Tomato Deuce

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« Reply #8856 on: Thursday 15 October 2020, 06:17:39 PM »
Twitter is furious

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« Reply #8857 on: Thursday 15 October 2020, 06:20:20 PM »
My favourite actress, Amy Adams. I’ve never been the type of person who watches a film because a certain actor is in it but I’d make an exception for any of her films. Arrival and American Hustle are two of my favourites from the last decade

Offline leffe186

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« Reply #8858 on: Thursday 15 October 2020, 06:35:40 PM »
Twitter is furious

I hesitate to ask, because there are so many ways it could go, but...what about, exactly?
Obviously, I'm speaking of a hypothetical world in which there is a greater club than Tottenham.

Offline SEMTEX

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« Reply #8859 on: Thursday 15 October 2020, 06:42:32 PM »
It was filmed in Ohio leff. That's where you call home.

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« Reply #8860 on: Thursday 15 October 2020, 06:42:47 PM »
(I don't think that's why twitter is furious)

Offline Tomato Deuce

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« Reply #8861 on: Thursday 15 October 2020, 06:45:00 PM »
Twitter is furious

I hesitate to ask, because there are so many ways it could go, but...what about, exactly?

Here’s a thread from another Appalachian dude:


Offline SEMTEX

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« Reply #8862 on: Thursday 15 October 2020, 06:46:51 PM »
I mean this man wrote it. I think that's adequate research for me.




Offline Tomato Deuce

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« Reply #8863 on: Thursday 15 October 2020, 06:47:57 PM »
Seems J.D. Vance is a bit of a fraud too.

Edit: what Semmy said.

Offline leffe186

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« Reply #8864 on: Friday 16 October 2020, 06:28:35 PM »
It was filmed in Ohio leff. That's where you call home.

Yeah, there are a lot of connections between the book and home. My father-in-law’s family came from a tiny holler in West Virginia and moved to Akron for work. He was not a fan of the book.
Obviously, I'm speaking of a hypothetical world in which there is a greater club than Tottenham.

Offline Bimpy474

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« Reply #8865 on: Friday 16 October 2020, 08:38:45 PM »