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I'd have to say my favorite over the top violent scene is from Green Inferno where the fat guy gets his eyes gouged out, his tongue cut out, and his arms chopped off. Then he's cooked in an oven and the whole tribe has a nice dinner. 
#3
Elevator scene from Drive. Ryan Gosling's face is an excellent display of insane rage.
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#4
Guan Yu being a badass at Chang Ban.

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when jack black kicks will ferrell's dog from the bridge in anchorman
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Curb stomp
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pure badassery, the whole movie

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I'd have to say my favorite over the top violent scene is from Green Inferno where the fat guy gets his eyes gouged out, his tongue cut out, and his arms chopped off. Then he's cooked in an oven and the whole tribe has a nice dinner. 


that's ok but if you want some serious cannibal action check out the 80s cannibal films that Green Inferno got it's ideas from.  CANNIBAL FEROX (aka Make Them Die Slowly) features a guy getting his pecker cut off (and eaten) as well as a torch shoved in his crotch to cauterize the wound. late he get his hand chopped off and then last but not least the top of his skull removed and his brains pulled out and eaten. this is just one of the many brital killings in that film. 
#17
the church scene in Kingsmen was pretty good
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2 from the Japanese movie Ichi The Killer. The opening scene - I felt guilty just for watching it. And the fried shrimp scene. Oh yeah, the fried shrimp scene. Don't youtube it. Watch the movie.
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#19
The Raid and Oldboy are classic mentions.

There's this Japanese/Indonesian hybrid movie called Killers that has a lot of violent scenes that kinda messed with me.

A Korean movie called New World starts out with a torture scene that also made me cringe
#20
any hollyweed liberal killing some innocent soul with a gun is quite spanking. lenardo dicaprio get mauled by a bear was a goody
#22
The Departed by Martin Scorsese, it was based after a Japanese movie which I have yet to see but the American version was nice. I can't name my favorite scene because it would ruin the movie but let me give you a hint, it starts in an elevator.  
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I'm a sucker for Skynyrd, a sucker for tracking shots, and a sucker for fight scenes with improvised weapons. Check, check, and check.

Can't talk about fun violence in movies without talking about Jackie Chan, either





Edit: As long as I've mentioned Kingsman, this one from the very start of the movie is fantastic too. Love acrobatic gunplay, even if it makes no sense.

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#27
The original post-credits sequence from Ferris Beuller's Day Off, that inspired - and in many ways exceeded - 2015's Hardcore Henry.
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#28
Depends on the type of violence I guess. I like that scene in Pulp Fiction where Jules accidentally shoots some dude's head off, and it's horrifying but played for comic effect.

Then there's stuff like the dude being split in half in Bone Tomahawk that's more about the realism and the insanity of it. It's not horror because your expectations are grounded, people are worried about exposure, but it's a ridiculous escalation. In that film it's inhuman.

Then there's the violence of slapstick. Everyone always cites The Three Stooges when it comes to fights but I dig Chaplin way more. It's not as convoluted as the three-way offense/revenge structure but it's got a lot more heart. In traditional Chaplin fashion he was always half lamenting the violence of men and half indulging in it, which made for what I suppose you could call nuanced slapstick. He was so great at making you love and hate something at the same time, and there's not as much of that kind of violence in film.

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End of Kill Bill is wonderfully over the top.

Part II as well. Not over the top at all, just personal and goes straight to the point of the whole epic.

Tarantino's really great with violence. I think his movies tend to run on them, and everyone likes crapping on the established auteurs now that they have Twitter but the guy legitimately hones his style with every film. I give him 4.998/7.
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I know you don't see that much violence in there but I love the scene from the first Mad Max movie where the Toecutter and the bikers run over Jessie and May's baby. The first time I saw the movie I was almost in shock.
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#31
The cornetto trilogy has the best action scenes I've seen in the last 10 years.
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I think almost the entirety of The Raid qualifies. The second film has a lot of awesome scenes too, some better than the first, but it's kind of all over the place in terms of what it wants to be as a film.
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#36
The alley scene in Collateral, where Tom Cruise's character wants his brief case back.
More for the accuracy than "violence", but it has plenty of latter too.
#37
Too many to count.

Alien: The Chestburster
Pulp Fiction: "I accidentally shot Marvin in the face"
Fight Club: "I felt like destroying something beautiful"
Inglourious Basterds: "Say auf wiedersehen to your Nazi balls"
American History X: Curb stomp
Gone Girl: That scene...
Saving Private Ryan: Omaha
Goodfellas: Billy Batts
Se7en: "What's in the box?"
Sicario: The bridge
V For Vendetta: "No, what you have are bullets..."
Lone Survivor: The entire god damn movie
The Raid: The entire god damn movie
The Raid 2: The entire god damn movie
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that's ok but if you want some serious cannibal action check out the 80s cannibal films that Green Inferno got it's ideas from.  CANNIBAL FEROX (aka Make Them Die Slowly) features a guy getting his pecker cut off (and eaten) as well as a torch shoved in his crotch to cauterize the wound. late he get his hand chopped off and then last but not least the top of his skull removed and his brains pulled out and eaten. this is just one of the many brital killings in that film. 


I think you might be confusing Cannibal Ferox with Cannibal Holocaust (I own both). Maybe I'm the confused one. 
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