Tony Scott: 10 Best Films

We pay tribute to one of our favourite directors...

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    • Hadouken76

      Aug 20th 2012, 17:14

      Beverly Hills 2 is just awful, completely unwatchable. Spy Games should have been there instead.

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    • Hadouken76

      Aug 20th 2012, 17:17

      *Beverly Hills Cop 2, I mean. It makes the third one looks like f*cking Shaft! (To paraphrase Spaced).

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    • CaptainCrazy

      Aug 20th 2012, 17:58

      Revenge is really underrated. And The Last Boy Scout is the best 90's action film. True Romance is a blue steel classic. RIP.

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    • Desperation

      Aug 20th 2012, 17:59

      I've enjoyed every Tony Scott film i've seen (although i've not seen all of them). True Romance is in my top five favourite films ever. And it contains hands down my favourite movie scene ever (the bit with Dennis Hopper and Christopher Walken).

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    • s1monb

      Aug 20th 2012, 19:02

      "In the hands of a lesser director, Deja Vu would have been a cheesy SF spectacular. But Scott brings weight to the time-travel narrative with grit and realism that adds eeriness and beauty to the finished picture." That's at odds at how the writers remember it. The two writers were quite critical of what Scott did to their script and one has refused to watch it even to this day. Even Scott admitted he thought he did a mediocre job directing Déjà Vu. Tony Scott was, by all accounts, a fine and upstanding human being. But let us be honest about the limits of his skill as a director.

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    • Indianabones

      Aug 20th 2012, 21:46

      Watched Man on Fire by accident! absolutely blown away by that film! that and True Romance. RIP Mr T Scott

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    • Ali1748

      Aug 20th 2012, 22:11

      Might have to break out the True Romance Blu ray tonght.

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    • MrScary

      Aug 22nd 2012, 17:09

      "On the page, Enemy Of The State is a b-movie at best." You are completely wrong. Excellently written script with a few good twists. Hackman and Smith are awesome in it. And the visuals are briliant.

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    • Hadouken76

      Aug 23rd 2012, 16:55

      No more Tony Scott movies. Sad.

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    • ariboy

      Aug 24th 2012, 16:33

      Surprised "Revenge" doesn't get more of a mention. Yeah it has its flaws, but surely worthy of the top 10. I've been rewatching some of his movies this week, and now intend to watch a few more next week too!

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