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Your favorite movie where a knife almost takes centerstage.

Discussion in 'General Knife Discussion' started by Radioactive, May 21, 2007.

  1. rockon


    May 18, 2007
    Dangit you beat me to it!:D
  2. rottwang


    Feb 5, 2006
    Spartan.. The end scene seems to be set up for a big protracted shootout and suddenly, in the blink of an eye, the folding knife kills the badguy. :D
  3. z17813


    May 21, 2002
    Haha not at all ;)
    Lets face it they are pretty similar knives based on the ole Fairbairn-Sykes fighting knife, with a broader point to avoid the risk of breakage. I just have a vivid memory of it cause I almost stood up in the movie when I saw it, its bloody awful when you get so excited by a hobby that freaks out so many people :(
  4. rottwang


    Feb 5, 2006
    I think the members of the House of Atreides wore the Sykes-Fairbairn daggers in the 1984 David Lynch movie Dune. heh heh heh.
  5. TAH

    TAH Gold Member Gold Member

    Jul 3, 2001

    Hell In The Pacific. :thumbup:
  6. oregon


    Jan 12, 2005
    Knife in the Water (Polish: NĂ³ż w wodzie) made in 1962. A subtitled film directed by Roman Polański. The female lead takes my breath away while the banned-in-Boston wood scaled gravity knife is a character in its own right with a prominent role and many close-ups.

  7. CorpsmanUP!


    Jun 11, 2007
    legends of the fall - stag handled bowie - nice
  8. fordf250


    May 6, 2007
    Hey... CorpsmanUP. Saw you name and had to say hello. I was an FMF Corpsman during Vietnam. That kinda gives me a soft spot for the Ka-Bar... Welcome Home
  9. CorpsmanUP!


    Jun 11, 2007
    Thank you. I'm sure you've seen your share of action. someone recently told me when marines talk about a few good, men they are refering to their corpsman. my first knife as a kid was usmc ka-bar. the knife i just made looks like a ka-bar.
  10. Ironman


    Aug 16, 2002
    Waterworld. Kevin Costner gives the girls a haircut with a khukuri.
  11. Not my favorite, but just saw Seraphim Falls. Not only used for killing, but for survival as well.
  12. m_calingo


    Oct 13, 2003
    I think the knife was actually an Emerson CQC7 with the BT finish.

    Thomas Jane was shown using a lot of cutlery in The Punisher. I think that was the first movie of that type that actually showed a karambit (also Emerson) in use.
  13. dtownknifekid


    Dec 21, 2006
    that was a good movie.
  14. STDK

    STDK Basic Member Basic Member

    Jul 31, 2006
    The Matador with Pierce Brosnan. That was one beautifull knife.
  15. T.K.C.


    May 7, 2005
    My favorite movie with a knife taking center stage has to be "The Edge" with Anthony Hopkins.
  16. waffle


    Jun 4, 2007
    Two faced, I think it's called with Nick cage and John travolta. Where the girl stabs the guy in the thigh with that bali song
  17. ItchyTasty


    Jan 21, 2006
    +1 On Big Trouble In Little China. There's a good amount of knife in that movie.
  18. Foilist


    Dec 20, 2004
    "Chronicals of Riddick" is a cheesey sci-fi movie (but I liked it anyway) in which the protagonist favors blades to other weapons.
  19. ZoomZoom


    Jul 22, 2007
    V for Vendetta. I didn't see that one mention yet.
  20. Paul Kersey

    Paul Kersey

    Jun 3, 2007
    The knife didn't really take center stage throughout the plot, but it was used in The Abyss by Michael Biehn to carve his arm up under the table.

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