Stuntmen React To Bad & Great Hollywood Stunts 21

Publicēšanas datums 3 okt 2020
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The Crew is once again joined by Eric Linden to react to some of Hollywood's best and worst Stunts!
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  • More Rurouni Kenshin Live Action movies, because a lot of the stunts were done by the actors!

  • Wukong 2017 fight scenes galore


  • you should react to WWE good sells and oversells with a WWE fighter

  • can you guys do vfx react for demon slayer:kimetsu no yaiba?

  • Could you break down the stunts from the Indian film "jallikattu"

  • and they ripped off Highlander.

  • no mention that everyone's favorite practical effects loaded scifi/horror movie The Thing with Kurt Russell was a remake of The Thing From Another Planet?

  • Awesome vid, keep up the good work! Also does anyone know what that anime is called?

  • anji was a sick anime. its rare i like 3d anime.

  • I really liked the old guard😭 didnt know it was a rip tho

  • As an 80’s generation person, I would like to apologize for the excess cheese subsequent generations are still chocking on.

  • Y'all I just saw the Old Guard for the first time a few weeks ago, and I lost my mind over the fight sequences. And for Booker, but that's a whole 'nother story, lol. I was hoping you guys would cover it here! I knew it was the same ol' story we've seen before, with immortals, and I'm bummed you weren't as excited as I was, lol, but still happy to see it.

  • Kgf. Kgf. Kgf

  • Do a stuntmen react on kgf .

  • Any of the fights from “Born to Fight”

  • i hate it when they puts this yellow filter 3:08

  • Surprised at this guy's comments about the THING fire stunt. He is obviously an accomplished Stuntman and knows his craft... but he doesn't know his history. Just the fact that he has never seen this stunt is very telling. It is considered to be one of the very first full body burns and every Stunt person should be familiar with it. Stuntman Tom Steele was covered in an Asbestos suit (this was 1951) . There were no layers of Nomex. No Racing suits. And there was no fire gel back then. Pure Asbestos!! He was on Oxygen... apparently 100% Oxygen which is insane . They didn't have the same types of protection and precautions back in those days. The guys are right about the insanity of throwing liquid full like that... not just for the stuntman, but for the others in the scene who had no protection. Tom Steele had balls of steel to try something like this. He continued to work well into the 1970s.

  • Just imagine now badass and scary that “A thing from another world” if it was shot today exactly like that, with the lights coming off only being Illuminated by the fire as a large humanoid thing is fucking running around chasing people

  • You guys should do some reactions too power rangers, my kids are watching it right now and I forgot just how bad some things are on the dhows 😂😂

  • Asking again :) Yamakasi or B13 French films from the 2000's with David Belle and other Parkour guys !

  • I so want you guys to react to the frisbee scene in Hard Ticket to Hawaii

  • Can old men become stunt people? Or must you start young?

  • React to Baki

  • ajin have life action movies.really hope you discuss on that

  • 5:16 I may have a racing suit on, but it won’t be particularly fireproof. Back then, fireproof suits didn’t exist in the racing world

  • By the premise alone, The Old Guard is just Tacticool Highlander

  • If the guy burning were hit with alcohol the room would be probably consumed by the fire generated by the vapor of it. Most likely to be cold methane.

  • Too many ads, and right in the middle of dialogue...

  • You guys should watch Ajin Episode 12.

  • I know you did in a later video but I'd really love if your react more to 20s 30s and 40s stunt work

  • If you are looking for animated action scenes, you can check out some of Yoshinari Yoh’s work.

  • best malawi karate movie..african kung fu

  • i really hate clint saying "i need something fresh man"... i mean, seriously, originality isn't at all something we have in spades... even you guys on your own youtube channels are just remaking old cliches ! yes it might be new to you, but to me... anime is still anime with techniques you just copyed from the actual japanese culture.

  • i hate when people judge a movie by the action scenes alone... as if the action scenes were the only thing worth it... watch that movie people, the story behind it is much more priceless then the action scene... also... the action scenes, are like 1/8th of a the movie, i mean there is like only 3 fights of about 5 minutes each in the movie. seriously guys, watch the movie before critising it, its actually prettty good.

  • This video made me watch the anime and it’s really good!

  • invite CodeMiko

  • Foreign movie? Any friking movie by the master John Woo. I'd love for you to get as excited as I got when watching the last action scene in A Better Tomorrow II. Ti Lung catching a katana in the air had me screaming for the rest of the movie.

  • I've got a couple which are probably too obvious, but i'd still like to see broken down: Police Story - Aside from the obvious fireman's pole stunt, in the opening bus scene 2 stuntmen take a wicked fall off the top of a double decker bus which looks ridiculous. There's also a bunch of falls and glass breaks in the end mall fight scene which look pretty hectic (not entirely sure how much is sugar glass). Winners and Sinners - Jackie Chan goes under a semi-trailer on roller skates (not sure on timing and speed or if the tape is sped up). Project A - Aside from the obvious clocktower fall, towards the ending Sammo Hung falls off a flight of stairs seemingly into a solid wall and takes a pretty big bump. He's only wearing a vest (no shirt underneath), so he doesn't look padded up in the slightest. Armour of God - Jackie Chan fights 4 Amazonian looking women wearing high heels, there's a couple of falls that look pretty heavy. Also, as a rare "Bad Stunt", at the ending he base jumps off a cliff and somehow ends up landing on a hot air balloon (in one cut you can see a tree in the background) and abseiling from on top into the basket. The environment scaling is a bit questionable in that one, but the end wide shot is insane. Love your work!!

  • Actors react

  • React to knife fight in "Rocky handsome"

  • You guys have to react to the stunts in Gangs of London!

  • React to PASKAL please!!!!!

  • If you're going to shit on the Old Guard and call it a rip off.... watch the fucking movie first!

  • do car chase and building fight stunt review for Atomic Blonde!!!

  • React to the stunts in the Bollywood movie WAR. Hrithwik Roshan and Tiger Shroff

  • you guys should reach to killer bean by left lew ( worked on the matrix, transformers, x-men

  • One of the best low budget burning scenes has to be the end sequence of Mr. Vampire.

  • Commando

  • Ajin is so good. The old guard wasn't a rip off, but it definitely immediately reminded me of Ajin.

  • Go for tenet airport scene both when time moves forward and reverse

  • Please Do the Yellow Sea by Na hoog-jin

  • Nomex wasn't invented until the 1960s!

  • Best stunt is the roller blade suit from Chinese Zodiac with Jackie Chan. It’s one of the first scenes

  • The old guard is a comic

  • whats the name of anime movie?

  • How about the "one take" fight scene in the hotel before the car chase in extraction

  • Hey. Please watch the Russian film 28 Panfilovs

  • Can you guys please react to action drama shows like 'Into the Badlands' or 'Warrior'? Warrior really deserves the attention because Cinemax is set to stop producing original content, and this show should get a Season 3. Loved this video, by the way.

  • What's the anime

  • 8:09 - And yet it's the villain that ends up with a successful acting career after this movie. Go figure XD

  • can yous review Super Humann, he does his own stunts

  • Lmao. No Retreat No Surrender was one of my favorite movies when i was like 10 years old.

  • Would you guys consider watching the best Wrestling spots with the stuntmen?

  • I had to rewind.....that was a Clip from the Gasoline episode of Science Garage with Bart when he was still at Donut Media....I FUCKING love Donut! Hell yes!!

  • Algorithm.

  • Foreign film recommendation: Brotherhood of the Wolf (2001) for stunt and VFX, too. Taxi, Taxi 2, Taxi 3 Les rivières pourpres X - The eXploited

  • How about the tony ja in the protector the one take tower scene

  • For foreign film stunts anything from luc besson. District 13 and its sequel , nikita

  • First off, love what you do and I absolutely love this show. Have you seen City of Violence?! Treat you self and give us you thoughts. Again I love the shit out of your show lol.

  • Corridor Guys, That was a woman holding up he mattress in The Thing From Another World.

  • no retreat no surrender still give me goosebumps, classic movie, up there with the great classics like bill and ted etc

  • The Raid redemption please

  • I just was forced to watch a ad by Josh weisman for the navy on LVcd. What a time to be alive

  • Perfect! I was literally looking for a new anime show to watch. Thank you!!

  • Polish movie Psy (1992) , known in English as Pigs, directed by Władysław Pasikowski. There is a couple of good stunt scenes, where the director, camera operators, and stuntmen themselves show incredible skill. There is one scene in particular, where one of the characters is hit by a car and it's exceptionally well done.

  • Plz plz it is a request do the reaction of vidhyuth jammwal movies plz plz

  • If you guys still wants footage of foreign movies, there's this one french movie called "banlieue 13" which is basically a well-shot parkour film.

  • You guys should get Alicia Vela-Bailey on here. It'd be cool to hear some of her insight.

  • These guys laughing at Karate Tiger made me so sad! I loved the movie when I was a kid! And Im sure I would still love it if I watched it today, lol.

  • Must see from Africa.

  • The Thing from outer space gets a lot of flack because the remake by John carpenter is so much better, but i think the original is still a good movie for the time. The slow ratcheting up of tension with the radiation detector is a great effect.

  • FULL STOP, you didnt watched AJIN? DO IT NOW!!!! especialy the first 3-4 episodes are sooooo fucked up

  • Not sure if you guys reviewed the original Oldboy corridor fight scene, if not that's definitely worth a spot!

  • It is Ajin - The Demi-Human. Check out the live-action version.

  • Jellikkettu Malayalam

  • Have you guys done the Van Damme commercial?

  • Hey.....Quentin tiramisue Zoë Bell Death proof ships mast🤩🤩🤩🤩

  • I broke my arm when I was 6 trying to replicate that No Retreat, No Surrender clip.

  • Eric should have watched the Live action of Ajin

  • 6:15 I have actually stuck my hand in a candle for a second by accident (don’t ask me how) but I barely felt heat so that’s cool

  • Foreign action film from my country: Buybust available in netflix

  • "Lost Bullet" on Netflix (French flick), there’s a nice fight scene in a police station 30 minutes into the movie. Maybe worth reviewing.

  • since quarantine i haven't had good anime but when you talked about ajin on Netflix i looked for it and watched all of it, it was amazing loved it also keep up the great work on all your videos i love them

  • Yes ma'am final fight would be cool to be reviewed with Michelle yeoh

  • Not sure if you are reading the comments under older videos, but for stunts in foreign film, you should check out Amsterdamned. It's a Dutch film that has a speedboat chase in the canals of Amsterdam. It's from 1988.

  • When your man jumped through the window on fire, were they still using asbestos for snow back then?

  • I wonder how they would feel about reacting to tokusatsu shows from Japan. IE: Kamen rider, ultra man and super sentai.

  • Veteran stuntman Tom Steele replaced James Arness (from Gunsmoke fame )in the fire scene. Steele wore an asbestos suit with a special fiberglass helmet with an oxygen supply underneath. He used a one hundred percent oxygen supply, which was highly combustible. It was pure luck he didn't burn his lungs while breathing in the mixture.

  • Doesn't even name Ajin smh lol