Worst Movie Fights

5. The fights required by the plot, in which the hero gets whupped, by a bully or by an expert or with the help of kryptonite: Karate Kid, Kickass, Defendor, Superman, and a zillion others. The fight might be well-done, but ho hum, don’t drag it out and let’s move on.

4. The fight in a particular movie or TV show, I can’t remember which, where the guy sound angry and intimidating but then, when hostilities start, paws at the other guy’s chest, sinks to his knees, paws at the other guy’s knees, and then curls up whimpering. His wife looks on without expression and later, when he gets up, the two of them go on about their business.

3. The zillion fights in which both guys would in reality have broken all their knuckles with their first punches to the other guy’s head. Heads are a lot harder than knuckles.

2. The zillion fights in old kung fu movies, hand-to-hand, face-to-face, that go on and on with some poor foley added. These play like martial-arts training tapes.

1. Googling “worst movie fights” turns up this as the most-often-named worst fight.  And this one.

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5 Responses

  1. The last nine minutes of a film known as “Turkish Star Wars” is pretty much a series of the most craptacular fight sequences ever filmed.

    See the sequences from 0:20 to 0:30; 1:54 to 2:12; 3:26 to 3:40; 3:52 to 4:37; 5:03 to 5:15, and so on…

  2. It’s the sound effects in those old kung fu movies that get me. So clearly added on later. Whenever someone hits someone else you hear the sound of plastic ruler hitting a table. Fail!

  3. I submit the final scene (real animals vs. people-in-animal-costumes) in Furry Vengeance. Actually, I submit the entire movie which is really one big fight between the haggard Brendan Frasier and the forest creatures. A friend of mine just sent me this link which I believe corroborates my claims:
    http://www.complex.com/pop-culture/2011/05/10-animals-that-stole-movies-from-big-name-actors/every-animal-in-furry-vengeance#gallery

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