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August 22, 2014
 

Kill Count: Shoot ‘Em Up (2007)

Shoot ‘Em Up is an underrated actioner with Clive Owen essentially playing Bugs Bunny… while killing people in imaginative ways.

He spews one-liners like it’s the 80’s again and you’ve also got Paul Giamatti on fine form as the villain.

It has one of the most memorable moments in recent action movie memory with Owen shooting bad guys while having sex with Monica Belluci. Must have been a tough movie to make…

Anyway, plenty of bad guys get their dues in this movie so just how many people does our hero kill?

Clive Owen’s Kill Count: 123

Yep, 123; that’s pretty damn impressive and is definitely one of the highest bodycounts in recent memory. Kudos!



About the Author

Eoin Friel
Eoin Friel
I grew up watching JCVD, Sly and Arnold destroy bad guys, blow things up and spew one-liners like it's a fashion statement. Action is everything I go to the movies for and the reason I came up with this site is to share my love for the genre with everyone. We also want to help promote new talent whether you're making blockbusters, low-budget Indie movies or fan films; if it's action, it's awesome.



 
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