Yesterday, I watched some Delta Force-flick wherein Walker, Texas Ranger pwned terrorists.
It was awesome.
Walker blowed up a building before like a zillion terrorists went into it.
I bet they were really scared about that.
He also didn't shoot one guy so that guy could run up the stairs and call in reinforcements, just so Walker could kill more people.
Also, there was some super-old guy running around giving people orders, and some american soldier hostages what could see delta force was there through the covering of a truck. I dunno wtf that was all about.
But Walker had like an awesome motorcycle with machine guns and rockets that totally were mounted insanely close to the tank (that's how awesomely brave he is). I'm also insanely impressed with the way he didn't even mention once that his thighs must have been scorched every time a rocket took off.
And to top it off, he shot one guy with like ass-rockets on the motorcycle when any normal person would just have shot the guy or snapped his neck or something, seeing as how Walker already had snapped his arm like a twig and beaten the fuck out of him. That's really innovative.
And one Delta Force-guy climbed a rope into the plane they all left in despite there being stairs just a couple of meters away, that was pretty impressive too.
And there was only like one song in the entire movie, over and over. How cool is that?!½!
It even had a couple of sad bits when two americans died (one of them was like Walker's best friend or boyfriend or something, and Walker couldn't tell it was coming a mile away, so he was really surprised, and sad too) So you know it wasn't all awesome actions but also serious drama.
One of the best movies I've ever seen, ever.