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How many of you bought a USP after watching Collateral?

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Every time I watch TC in Collateral, I want to withdraw some cash and go get an USP.

What about you?

I am a little surprised that many have not even seen Collateral. Watch this.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jmKR6evZRQQ
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Every time I watch TC in Collateral, I want to withdraw some cash and go get an USP.

What about you?
I've only watched Collateral once, but it was enough to almost make me want to sell my USP (okay, not really). The concept of Tom Cruise as a contract killer is about as ludicrous as Jackie Chan playing the President of the United States.
 

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After careful research into to the type of firearm I wnated to buy, I did decide on a USP Compact....then along came 24:D and that solidified it:p

But to answer your question: no. The movie was so long, I forgot guns were even used in it.
 

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I already had my USPf 45 when Collateral came out.

The biggest mistake I made was not seeing that excellent movie in the theatre! The acting by all involved was awesome.

I'm no Tom Cruise fan but the man can ACT. His work in films like The Last Samuri and Collateral was outstanding. Personally, I don't much like the man or his views (on just about ANYTHING) but I try to divorce the real life fool from the characters he plays on the screen.

And I never buy a firearm based on what some Hollyweird fool does with a fake one on the screen.
 

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I would agree that Tom Crusie the actor has definitly made a few really good movies lately..although like many I don't agree with his personal views.

One of the best scenes in Collateral was the bar scene..."Ready Steady Go" is a great song to shoot to with your IPod, along with just about anything from Crystal Method...
 

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One of the best scenes in Collateral was the bar scene..."Ready Steady Go" is a great song to shoot to with your IPod, along with just about anything from Crystal Method...
'Ready Steady Go' is by Paul Oakenfold, not Crystal Method. Check of the music video of it.....its a bit weird, yet sweet!
 
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