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Mine by far would have to be Marv..played by Mickey Rourke in Sin City.........I watched the movie 3 times just because I loved his character soooo much....Marv kicks ***
 

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that dude in predator that's watching for the predator and breaks the razor off on his face lol... and then unloads a chaingun for like 5 minutes into the forest... cept then he gets his butt kicked like it ain't a thing...

the terminator is like the ultimate badass... "i told you not to kill anyone!!" ".... he'll live"
 

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AGREE

AN overall badass in many movies would probably be clint eatwood.....maybe charles Bronson......I always had seen Mel Gibson as like a comical badass...... probably beacuse I watched the Lethal Weapon 1-4 soo much :agree wit for all around badass....

Thank goodness for laptop computers...well see ya I just arrived at six flags time to have some fun laterz
 

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beanman24 said:
Mine by far would have to be Marv..played by Mickey Rourke in Sin City.........I watched the movie 3 times just because I loved his character soooo much....Marv kicks ***
Yep, saw the movie 2 times, just to see Marv... and Jessica Alba :nw

I also thought Daniel Day Lewis was a badass as Bill the Butcher in Gangs of New York.
 

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Rambo. Don't mess with John Rambo.

And also Clint Eastwood (in his westerns and older works)
 

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Bruce Campbell in The Evil Dead. "Ah you bastards! Why are you torturing me like this? WHY???"
 

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Samuel L. Jackson's character in the movie Pulp Fiction. Scares me to this day.
 

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^ That one was great. The scene where he gets his wallet back in the diner was hilarious (and bad *** ;) )
 

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Sidney Poitier as Virgil Tibbs (Heat of the Night), Jimmy Caan as Sonny Corleone, Harrison Ford as Jack Ryan, and of course, Al Pacino :cig
 

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Ditto for Clint Eastwood in those spaghetti westerns and as Dirty Harry.
Ditto for John Rambo. The first Rambo was the best. IMO
 

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Both Leon and Stansfield inthe The Professional.
 
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