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Predator: Major George Dillon (Carl Weathers)

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Predator: Major George Dillon (Carl Weathers)
June 06, 2005 12:00AM
[bgcolor=red] this death was mint i dunno why they thought it was necessary to have a close up of the arm though.[/bgcolor]
Re: Predator: Major George Dillon (Carl Weathers)
August 14, 2007 08:57PM
All the deaths for Predator need Monster added.

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Re: Predator: Major George Dillon (Carl Weathers)
August 15, 2007 12:14AM
The Predator was a bit too sophisticated a hunter to count as a generic "monster".

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Re: Predator: Major George Dillon (Carl Weathers)
August 15, 2007 12:38AM
It's just that Monster covers aliens and I've heard The Predator called one of the greatest movie monsters in history. (and such and such)

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Re: Predator: Major George Dillon (Carl Weathers)
August 15, 2007 12:55AM
So are Jason and Freddy. "Movie monsters" is a pretty broad term to the fans.

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Re: Predator: Major George Dillon (Carl Weathers)
August 15, 2007 09:53AM
Even if he does have a code of honour, I still think he's a Monster simply for the fact he's an alien.

Lucy Westenra from Bram Stoker's Dracula has Monster applied because Dracula is considered a monster (in this case, a vampire). He's very sophisticated, but he's still a monster.

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Man, as a kid, this scene used to give me nightmares. The arm still firing was a nice special effect...that part was kick ass and that's why I love the Predator's weaponry in these movies.

The scene that really made me shiver was the Predator coming after Dillon as Dillon goes for his other weapon. At first, I thought Dillon might still have a chance, but when the Predator deployed his wrist gauntlet, I'm thinking, 'Aw naw...that can't be good.'

Needless to say, I was right: because as Dillon grits his teeth and tries to draw down on the trophy hunter, the Predator rips through his torso with the blades and lifts him high in the air. To this day, when I see this scene, I can still hear Dillon's screams echoing in my head...really frightening and really suspenseful at the same time. This death scene was cool!
nice site must be loads of effort! good work
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Re: Predator: Major George Dillon (Carl Weathers)
January 17, 2013 08:06PM
I don't think energy weapon would come into this category, mainly because it didn't kill him.

The same goes for Dismemberment too.

I am also sorry all my other comments are complaining about the death
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