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Roy Hunter wrote:There is a corrollary to the body count in a movie: the Bullet Deadliness Quotient (BDQ, © Christopher Brookmyre, 2000). You can shoot 5,000 rounds at James Bond, and he won't get a crease in his suit: extremely low BDQ. You can shoot 500 rounds at Bruce Willis / John McLain, and you will only manage to hit him in the shoulder, and he'll still kick your ass: medium BDQ. Tim Roth got shot once in the guts in Reservior Dogs and it killed him slowly and horribly: high BDQ.
fueledbycoffee wrote:Also consider that Star Wars: Episode 4 and Titan AE probably have the highest body counts, just not on screen. Planets get blown up, man. That has to count for something.
Rainswept wrote:I always liked the stuff with stupidly low body counts too. In all the years I watched the G.I.Joe cartoon, hundreds of planes being shot out of the air and everyone ejected out to a parachute just in time. Cobra should have taken over the world just on the power of pure dumb luck.
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