Discussion:
Movies with fingers being cut off
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Obveeus
2010-05-24 02:40:34 UTC
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Movies where cutting off of fingers is a plot point (aside from horror
movies):

Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang

Sharkey's Machine

Careless

Escape From Alcatraz

What else?
william
2010-05-24 03:14:15 UTC
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On May 23, 10:40 pm, "Obveeus" <***@aol.com> wrote:
> Movies where cutting off of fingers is a plot point (aside from horror
> movies):
>
> Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang
>
> Sharkey's Machine
>
> Careless
>
> Escape From Alcatraz
>
> What else?

Park Chan-Wook's "Cut" from the compilation DVD "3 Extremes."

William
www.williamahearn.com
David Oberman
2010-05-24 03:58:01 UTC
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On Sun, 23 May 2010 22:40:34 -0400, "Obveeus" <***@aol.com> wrote:

>Movies where cutting off of fingers is a plot point (aside from horror
>movies):
>
>Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang
>
>Sharkey's Machine
>
>Careless
>
>Escape From Alcatraz
>
>What else?

Casino?
Titus Andronicus?
Rich
2010-05-24 04:12:27 UTC
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On May 23, 10:40 pm, "Obveeus" <***@aol.com> wrote:
> Movies where cutting off of fingers is a plot point (aside from horror
> movies):
>
> Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang
>
> Sharkey's Machine
>
> Careless
>
> Escape From Alcatraz
>
> What else?

Warlock.
Sol L. Siegel
2010-05-24 04:43:50 UTC
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Rich <***@gmail.com> wrote in news:961dc81d-78e5-47be-af7d-
***@u7g2000vbq.googlegroups.com:

On May 23, 10:40 pm, "Obveeus" <***@aol.com> wrote:

> Movies where cutting off of fingers is a plot point (aside from
> horror movies):

The English Patient.

Also, in the Thai pic "Citizen Dog", a sardine-cannery worker loses a
finger into a can. He searches Bangkok until he hears tapping from
within a sardine can. He finds a finger inside and reattaches it - but
it isn't his. Later he encounters a co-worker who has had the same
accident and done the same search with the same result. They switch,
get their fingers back and become friends. This is not the strangest
thing that happens in the movie.

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0444778/

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TBerk
2010-05-26 19:06:13 UTC
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On May 23, 9:43 pm, "Sol L. Siegel" <***@aol.com> wrote:

> Also, in the Thai pic "Citizen Dog",...

<snip>

>  This is not the strangest
> thing that happens in the movie.
>
> http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0444778/
> - Sol L. Siegel, Philadelphia, PA USA


Huh. Who needs LSD, we got movies.


berk
Lawrence Chalmers
2010-05-26 19:43:22 UTC
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In one of the Faces of Death films, there is a shot where someone's
fingers are hacked off and they (the fingers) crawl
around in blind search apparently for their host hand. Very
disturbing...
calvin
2010-05-24 04:54:09 UTC
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On May 23, 10:40 pm, "Obveeus" <***@aol.com> wrote:
> What else?

The Lord of the Rings, if 'bitten off' counts.
William Yates
2010-05-24 05:04:26 UTC
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On 5/23/10 11:54 PM, calvin wrote:
> On May 23, 10:40 pm, "Obveeus"<***@aol.com> wrote:
>> What else?
>
> The Lord of the Rings, if 'bitten off' counts.
>

The Good, The Bad and the Weird, which I just happened to see Sat. evening.
william
2010-05-24 05:07:25 UTC
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On May 24, 1:04 am, William Yates <***@earthlink.net>
wrote:
> On 5/23/10 11:54 PM, calvin wrote:
>
> > On May 23, 10:40 pm, "Obveeus"<***@aol.com>  wrote:
> >> What else?
>
> > The Lord of the Rings, if 'bitten off' counts.
>
> The Good, The Bad and the Weird, which I just happened to see Sat. evening.

Wasn't that fun? Love the hawk and the train in the beginning. That
flick was a real gas.

William
www.williamahearn.com
calvin
2010-05-24 05:07:16 UTC
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On May 23, 10:40 pm, "Obveeus" <***@aol.com> wrote:
> What else?

The Enemy Below. Fingers were cut off accidentally.
Halmyre
2010-05-24 09:35:31 UTC
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On 24 May, 03:40, "Obveeus" <***@aol.com> wrote:
> Movies where cutting off of fingers is a plot point (aside from horror
> movies):
>
> Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang
>
> Sharkey's Machine
>
> Careless
>
> Escape From Alcatraz
>
> What else?

True Grit
The Yakuza
Mad Max II
Brannigan

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Halmyre
Michael O'Connor
2010-05-24 10:21:07 UTC
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The Pope of Grenwich Village, although technically it was the thumbs
that were cut off.. I hadn't seen the movie since it came out on
cable in the mid 80's, but the only part I remember is Eric Roberts
screaming "Chollie, they cut off my thumbs!"

I was thinking in Die Hard 2 when Bruce Willis was fighting one of the
bad guys he bit off a couple fingers and spit them out.

In Speed Dennis Hopper played a mad bomber who mangled a hand and lost
a thumb when a bomb went off.
MightyJoe36
2010-05-24 13:06:07 UTC
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On May 24, 6:21 am, "Michael O'Connor" <***@aol.com> wrote:
> The Pope of Grenwich Village, although technically it was the thumbs
> that were cut off..  I hadn't seen the movie since it came out on
> cable in the mid 80's, but the only part I remember is Eric Roberts
> screaming "Chollie, they cut off my thumbs!"
>
> I was thinking in Die Hard 2 when Bruce Willis was fighting one of the
> bad guys he bit off a couple fingers and spit them out.
>
> In Speed Dennis Hopper played a mad bomber who mangled a hand and lost
> a thumb when a bomb went off.

Man On Fire - Denzel Washington cuts off one of the kidnapper's
fingers one by one to get information from him.

Black Rain - A Yakuza gangster cuts off each of his pinkie fingers to
atone for going against the code.
Grendel
2010-05-24 15:23:30 UTC
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On May 23, 9:40 pm, "Obveeus" <***@aol.com> wrote:
> Movies where cutting off of fingers is a plot point (aside from horror
> movies):
>
> Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang
>
> Sharkey's Machine
>
> Careless
>
> Escape From Alcatraz
>
> What else?

"Dark Man" with a cigar cutter, no less.

"Running Man" with razor wire.

Yol Bolsun,
Grendel.

"I'm not cynical, just experienced."
calvin
2010-05-24 15:27:56 UTC
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On May 24, 11:23 am, Grendel <***@bellsouth.net> wrote:
> "Dark Man"  with a cigar cutter, no less.

Which brings to mind 'The Return of the Pink Panther'.
william
2010-05-24 15:34:07 UTC
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On May 24, 9:06 am, MightyJoe36 <***@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> Black Rain - A Yakuza gangster cuts off each of his pinkie fingers to
> atone for going against the code.

That would include almost any Yakuza film as finger cutting and
tattoos are the visuals most directors go for, followed by huge
American cars.

William
www.williamahearn.com
treadleson
2010-05-24 17:41:05 UTC
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On May 23, 10:40 pm, "Obveeus" <***@aol.com> wrote:
> Movies where cutting off of fingers is a plot point (aside from horror
> movies):
>
> Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang
>
> Sharkey's Machine
>
> Careless
>
> Escape From Alcatraz
>
> What else?

39 Steps, though the actual cutting happens before the curtain goes up.
Art Vandelay
2010-05-24 17:51:26 UTC
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On May 23, 10:40 pm, "Obveeus" <***@aol.com> wrote:
> Movies where cutting off of fingers is a plot point (aside from horror
> movies):
>
> Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang
>
> Sharkey's Machine
>
> Careless
>
> Escape From Alcatraz
>
> What else?

Rolling Thunder
The Black Robe
The Starmaker
2010-05-24 17:54:25 UTC
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Obveeus wrote:
>
> Movies where cutting off of fingers is a plot point (aside from horror
> movies):
>
> Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang
>
> Sharkey's Machine
>
> Careless
>
> Escape From Alcatraz
>
> What else?

The Other.
Flasherly
2010-05-24 18:41:32 UTC
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On May 23, 10:40 pm, "Obveeus" <***@aol.com> wrote:
> Movies where cutting off of fingers is a plot point (aside from horror
> movies):
>
> Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang
>
> Sharkey's Machine
>
> Careless
>
> Escape From Alcatraz
>
> What else?

Denzil Washington or somebody -- more of recent terrorist spin, flip,
whodoneit. It's action is totally oriented into a mindgame. Then the
obvious - The English Patient.

What's that other one, can't think of it...a gambler running with a
mob-type debt. . .too vague to recall. More in line perhaps with
these, another everybody knows - Mel Gibson's remake of the Lee Marvin
thingy, where Christopherson uses mallets on him (if not fingers,
equally well intended).

Actual footing (digital misnomers) compiled from internet scenes
smuggled out of Iraq of various cuts from Hussein's camps. Got a good
review from Bush, anyway.

Not exactly sure about Careless, a relative degree of entertainment,
but I'm nevertheless sure there's cutting fingers off, and then
there's fingers effectively being cut off. An analogy to facial
reconstructive surgery in specialized documentaries relating variously
to advancements on studies provided by courtesy of gang warfare in
L.A. or military medical training films. Not saying everyone would be
entertained, although it helps to enjoy what's being done if that's
the job. Guess it could be a potential viewed for residual
alternatives, outtakes on cases, say, were one's ass capped in some
hypothetical, gun-crazy society.
nick
2010-05-24 21:54:15 UTC
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On May 23, 10:40 pm, "Obveeus" <***@aol.com> wrote:
> Movies where cutting off of fingers is a plot point (aside from horror
> movies):
>
> Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang
>
> Sharkey's Machine
>
> Careless
>
> Escape From Alcatraz
>
> What else?

Two Thousand Maniacs

Four Rooms
OW
2010-05-25 00:04:38 UTC
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On May 23, 9:40 pm, "Obveeus" <***@aol.com> wrote:
> Movies where cutting off of fingers is a plot point (aside from horror
> movies):
>
> Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang
>
> Sharkey's Machine
>
> Careless
>
> Escape From Alcatraz
>
> What else?

Darkman, an early Sam Raimi film, where the fingers are snipped off
with a cigar cutter. In Live and Let Die, Bond comes close to losing
his pinky.
Jim Frech
2010-05-25 00:26:20 UTC
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Obveeus wrote:
> Movies where cutting off of fingers is a plot point (aside from horror
> movies):
>
> Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang
>
> Sharkey's Machine
>
> Careless
>
> Escape From Alcatraz
>
> What else?
>
>

The Big Sky

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Sol L. Siegel
2010-05-25 03:56:03 UTC
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Obveeus wrote:
> Movies where cutting off of fingers is a plot point (aside from horror
> movies):
>

Does "Dead of Winter" count as a horror movie? It's a parody of Grand
Guignol at the very least.

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- Sol L. Siegel, Philadelphia, PA USA
william
2010-05-25 04:31:25 UTC
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On May 24, 11:56 pm, "Sol L. Siegel" <***@aol.com> wrote:
> Obveeus wrote:
> > Movies where cutting off of fingers is a plot point (aside from horror
> > movies):
>
> Does "Dead of Winter" count as a horror movie?  It's a parody of Grand
> Guignol at the very least.
>
It's a hoot. Saw it on a double feature with "My Name Is Julia Ross"
and yeah "Dead Of Winter" a parody of some kind, that's for sure.

William
www.williamahearn.com
JTEM
2010-05-25 07:09:07 UTC
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"Obveeus" <***@aol.com> wrote:

> Movies where cutting off of fingers is a plot
> point (aside from horror movies):

Most Japanese Mobster movies. Apparently it a
genuine ritual, of sorts, which they do to
themselves.

Here's one, AND it was made in English, but
by Takeshi Kitano, an extremely talented
Japanese Actor/Director/Writer.

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0222851/


Anyway, here's a link explaining the Japanese
mob thing...

: Yubitsume, or the cutting of one's finger,
: is a form of penance or apology. Upon a
: first offence, the transgressor must cut
: off the tip of his left little finger and
: hand the severed portion to his boss.
: Sometimes an underboss may do this in
: penance to the oyabun if he wants to
: spare a member of his own gang from
: further retaliation.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yakuza
Teckla
2010-05-26 14:10:53 UTC
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"Obveeus" <***@aol.com> wrote in news:htcov3$6hk$***@news.eternal-
september.org:

> Movies where cutting off of fingers is a plot point (aside from horror
> movies):
>


The Road Warrior - Never try to catch a steel boomerang.
Ed Bagley
2010-05-26 18:35:21 UTC
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In MIAMI BLUES Alec Baldwin loses most of the fingers of his left hand.
Shirley Stoler, in a memorable cameo, wields the cleaver with gusto.
Love how Alec calmly scoops up the digits and drops them in his pocket
before fleeing.
TBerk
2010-05-26 19:04:14 UTC
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On May 23, 7:40 pm, "Obveeus" <***@aol.com> wrote:

> What else?

One showed up on Broadcast TV last night; NCIS on CBS.


berk
Obveeus
2010-05-28 10:46:36 UTC
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"Obveeus" <***@aol.com> wrote in message
news:htcov3$6hk$***@news.eternal-september.org...
> Movies where cutting off of fingers is a plot point (aside from horror
> movies):
>
> Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang
>
> Sharkey's Machine
>
> Careless
>
> Escape From Alcatraz
>
> What else?

Last night I watched a movie called 'Camile' staring Sienna Miller.
Wouldn't you know it, her character had a finger off-ed. Hollywood does
love their themes.
skarinu@gmail.com
2015-04-29 00:16:34 UTC
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U turn

Four Rooms

Road Warrior

The Piano

The Holy Mountain

Suicide Club

Signs
n***@gmail.com
2015-04-29 00:35:48 UTC
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On Tuesday, April 28, 2015 at 8:16:36 PM UTC-4, ***@gmail.com wrote:
> U turn
>
> Four Rooms
>
> Road Warrior
>
> The Piano
>
> The Holy Mountain
>
> Suicide Club
>
> Signs

Not a movie but in the King of the Hill I watched the other night, Hank Hill accidentally cuts Dale Gribble's finger off with a band saw.
trotsky
2015-04-29 11:05:04 UTC
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On 4/28/15 7:16 PM, ***@gmail.com wrote:
> U turn
>
> Four Rooms
>
> Road Warrior
>
> The Piano
>
> The Holy Mountain
>
> Suicide Club
>
> Signs


Sharky's Machine
moviePig
2015-04-29 11:48:24 UTC
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On 4/29/2015 7:05 AM, trotsky wrote:
> On 4/28/15 7:16 PM, ***@gmail.com wrote:
>> U turn
>>
>> Four Rooms
>>
>> Road Warrior
>>
>> The Piano
>>
>> The Holy Mountain
>>
>> Suicide Club
>>
>> Signs
>
> Sharky's Machine

TURISTAS, which I happened to re-watch last week, but there must be dozens.

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trotsky
2015-04-30 11:59:28 UTC
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On 4/29/15 6:48 AM, moviePig wrote:
> On 4/29/2015 7:05 AM, trotsky wrote:
>> On 4/28/15 7:16 PM, ***@gmail.com wrote:
>>> U turn
>>>
>>> Four Rooms
>>>
>>> Road Warrior
>>>
>>> The Piano
>>>
>>> The Holy Mountain
>>>
>>> Suicide Club
>>>
>>> Signs
>>
>> Sharky's Machine
>
> TURISTAS, which I happened to re-watch last week, but there must be dozens.


Good movie. Rated or unrated?
moviePig
2015-04-30 12:45:20 UTC
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On 4/30/2015 7:59 AM, trotsky wrote:
> On 4/29/15 6:48 AM, moviePig wrote:
>> On 4/29/2015 7:05 AM, trotsky wrote:
>>> On 4/28/15 7:16 PM, ***@gmail.com wrote:
>>>> U turn
>>>>
>>>> Four Rooms
>>>>
>>>> Road Warrior
>>>>
>>>> The Piano
>>>>
>>>> The Holy Mountain
>>>>
>>>> Suicide Club
>>>>
>>>> Signs
>>>
>>> Sharky's Machine
>>
>> TURISTAS, which I happened to re-watch last week, but there must be
>> dozens.
>
> Good movie. Rated or unrated?

Unrated. As for 'good movie', actually, it gets little love from the
IMDb crowd. I suspect that's because, 10 years ago, a priority was to
shock audiences with horrific this-could-happen-to-you realism --
whereas TURISTAS feels like a travel romp with dismemberments.

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trotsky
2015-05-01 10:23:09 UTC
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On 4/30/15 7:45 AM, moviePig wrote:
> On 4/30/2015 7:59 AM, trotsky wrote:
>> On 4/29/15 6:48 AM, moviePig wrote:
>>> On 4/29/2015 7:05 AM, trotsky wrote:
>>>> On 4/28/15 7:16 PM, ***@gmail.com wrote:
>>>>> U turn
>>>>>
>>>>> Four Rooms
>>>>>
>>>>> Road Warrior
>>>>>
>>>>> The Piano
>>>>>
>>>>> The Holy Mountain
>>>>>
>>>>> Suicide Club
>>>>>
>>>>> Signs
>>>>
>>>> Sharky's Machine
>>>
>>> TURISTAS, which I happened to re-watch last week, but there must be
>>> dozens.
>>
>> Good movie. Rated or unrated?
>
> Unrated. As for 'good movie', actually, it gets little love from the
> IMDb crowd. I suspect that's because, 10 years ago, a priority was to
> shock audiences with horrific this-could-happen-to-you realism --
> whereas TURISTAS feels like a travel romp with dismemberments.


"Turistas" had a lot more style than most in that category, and I don't
think that's what the audience is looking for with those movies.
moviePig
2015-05-01 13:03:05 UTC
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On 5/1/2015 6:23 AM, trotsky wrote:
> On 4/30/15 7:45 AM, moviePig wrote:
>> On 4/30/2015 7:59 AM, trotsky wrote:
>>> On 4/29/15 6:48 AM, moviePig wrote:
>>>> On 4/29/2015 7:05 AM, trotsky wrote:
>>>>> On 4/28/15 7:16 PM, ***@gmail.com wrote:
>>>>>> U turn
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Four Rooms
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Road Warrior
>>>>>>
>>>>>> The Piano
>>>>>>
>>>>>> The Holy Mountain
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Suicide Club
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Signs
>>>>>
>>>>> Sharky's Machine
>>>>
>>>> TURISTAS, which I happened to re-watch last week, but there must be
>>>> dozens.
>>>
>>> Good movie. Rated or unrated?
>>
>> Unrated. As for 'good movie', actually, it gets little love from the
>> IMDb crowd. I suspect that's because, 10 years ago, a priority was to
>> shock audiences with horrific this-could-happen-to-you realism --
>> whereas TURISTAS feels like a travel romp with dismemberments.
>
> "Turistas" had a lot more style than most in that category, and I don't
> think that's what the audience is looking for with those movies.

Actually, I re-watched it because it was on some list here ...so,
apparently a critic or two enjoyed its duality, anyway. But, indeed, I
can't see moviegoers shelling out $20 for a horror flick with 'style' --
which is why the new production/distribution models are welcome.

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Mack A. Damia
2015-04-29 17:10:00 UTC
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On Tue, 28 Apr 2015 17:16:34 -0700 (PDT), "***@gmail.com"
<***@gmail.com> wrote:

>U turn
>
>Four Rooms
>
>Road Warrior
>
>The Piano
>
>The Holy Mountain
>
>Suicide Club
>
>Signs

"Man from the South", about a young gambler (Steve McQueen) who bets
Peter Lorre in a strange wager - one of the most famous Alfred
Hitchcock episodes.

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Michael OConnor
2015-04-29 22:56:38 UTC
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In Stephen King's Cat's Eye, there was a segment starring James Woods about a clinic that guaranteed you would quit smoking. At the end, he visited a friend of his who went there and the buddy relapsed and his wife paid by having a pinky finger cut off.
tomcervo
2015-04-29 21:21:34 UTC
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What, are you in a bomb shelter? I start scanning the posts and CALVIN pops up, and see the thread started FIVE years ago.
Chris Tsao
2015-04-29 17:02:45 UTC
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> Escape From Alcatraz

THat was the most gruesome thing I've ever seen in a movie. WHen I watched the movie with my father in the theatre in around 1978, he used the word gruesome to describe it. Since then I've always turned my head whenever I watch the movie.

In Eye of the Needle they show someone get his fingers chopped off with an ax. Eric Roberts in The Pope of Greenwich Village got his thumb cut off.
Chris Tsao
2015-04-29 17:04:06 UTC
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On Sunday, May 23, 2010 at 10:40:34 PM UTC-4, Obveeus wrote:
> Movies where cutting off of fingers is a plot point (aside from horror
> movies):
>
> Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang
>
> Sharkey's Machine
>
> Careless
>
> Escape From Alcatraz
>
> What else?

Also in a comedy, Owen Wilson got half a finger cut off. He played a guy who impersonates a teacher.
j***@gmail.com
2017-03-30 03:29:22 UTC
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The Big Lebowski
Your Name
2017-03-30 05:21:10 UTC
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In article <056c07fc-6b11-40d2-a4d4-***@googlegroups.com>,
<***@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> The Big Lebowski

Measley fingers!? That's nothing, Star Wars had whole hands, arms, and
even a head, cut off. ;-)
hector
2017-07-11 14:52:22 UTC
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On 30/03/2017 2:29 PM, ***@gmail.com wrote:
> The Big Lebowski
>

Haunted Spooks (1920), Harold Lloyd.
Lloyd had an accident with a small explosive and lost a thumb and index
finger on his right hand. There are adjacent parts of scenes in the
movie where he has his normal hand, and then a prosthetic glove on it in
the next movie cut.
The movie was delayed for some months while he recovered, uncertain if
both his eyes would have sight for some time.
It's only a 25 minute 2 reeler.
hector
2017-07-11 15:27:40 UTC
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On 12/07/2017 12:52 AM, hector wrote:
> On 30/03/2017 2:29 PM, ***@gmail.com wrote:
>> The Big Lebowski
>>
>
> Haunted Spooks (1920), Harold Lloyd.
> Lloyd had an accident with a small explosive and lost a thumb and index
> finger on his right hand. There are adjacent parts of scenes in the
> movie where he has his normal hand, and then a prosthetic glove on it in
> the next movie cut.
> The movie was delayed for some months while he recovered, uncertain if
> both his eyes would have sight for some time.
> It's only a 25 minute 2 reeler.
>

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ZmM4ufez8k
with explanatory introduction, a commentary might help in spotting which
hand is which each time.
Stephen DeMay
2017-04-04 20:30:26 UTC
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On Sunday, May 23, 2010 at 10:40:34 PM UTC-4, Obveeus wrote:
> Movies where cutting off of fingers is a plot point (aside from horror
> movies):
>
> Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang
>
> Sharkey's Machine
>
> Careless
>
> Escape From Alcatraz
>
> What else?

And the winner is : The Passage 1979 M. McDowell " chop chop chop " He also burned up a prisoner tied to a chair.
l***@gmail.com
2017-06-22 03:29:32 UTC
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Do you know of a movie in which a man cuts off either his own fingers or someone's else's while humming a song????
Mickle Jeckki
2017-07-11 14:38:00 UTC
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Watch Logan 2017 HD Movie Streaming | MOVIE4K

Http://youtube-4k.xyz/oke.php?movie=263115
j***@gmail.com
2018-02-28 10:02:08 UTC
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Anyone knows the movie about a man cutting a womans fingers one by one to get the correct finger print ?
JTEM
2018-03-01 05:32:16 UTC
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Cutting off one's own finger is the
trademark of the Yakuza, the Japanese
mafia, and just about any film involving
them will likely approach the subject.

One of my favorite directors, Takeshi
Kitano (Beat Takeshi), made several
really good Yakuza films. One is his
"Outrage" and another is it's sequel
"Beyond Outrage."

..."Beyond Outrage" also has the
distinction of being numbered amongst
film sequels which are better than
the original...

There was a third film released in the
franchise, only recently, but I have
yet to see it.





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w***@gmail.com
2018-07-06 00:56:03 UTC
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On Thursday, March 1, 2018 at 12:32:18 AM UTC-5, JTEM wrote:
>
> One of my favorite directors, Takeshi
> Kitano (Beat Takeshi), made several
> really good Yakuza films. One is his
> "Outrage" and another is it's sequel
> "Beyond Outrage."
>
Have you seen Sonatine?
JTEM
2018-07-07 20:25:43 UTC
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***@gmail.com wrote:

> JTEM wrote:
> >
> > One of my favorite directors, Takeshi
> > Kitano (Beat Takeshi), made several
> > really good Yakuza films. One is his
> > "Outrage" and another is it's sequel
> > "Beyond Outrage."

> Have you seen Sonatine?

http://jtem.tumblr.com/tagged/Sonatine

"Beyond Outrage" is still my favorite, though
I have yet to see the third film.





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trotsky
2018-07-08 23:09:59 UTC
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On 7/5/2018 7:56 PM, ***@gmail.com wrote:
> On Thursday, March 1, 2018 at 12:32:18 AM UTC-5, JTEM wrote:
>>
>> One of my favorite directors, Takeshi
>> Kitano (Beat Takeshi), made several
>> really good Yakuza films. One is his
>> "Outrage" and another is it's sequel
>> "Beyond Outrage."
>>
> Have you seen Sonatine?


The best.


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e***@tpg.com.au
2018-07-05 08:44:52 UTC
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On Monday, May 24, 2010 at 12:40:34 PM UTC+10, Obveeus wrote:
> Movies where cutting off of fingers is a plot point (aside from horror
> movies):
>
> Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang
>
> Sharkey's Machine
>
> Careless
>
> Escape From Alcatraz
>
> What else?

Dead of Winter, 1987 horror thiller
Ubiquitous
2018-07-06 13:51:39 UTC
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***@tpg.com.au wrote:
> Obveeus wrote:

>> Movies where cutting off of fingers is a plot point
>> (aside from horror movies):
>>
>> Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang
>>
>> Sharkey's Machine
>>
>> Careless
>>
>> Escape From Alcatraz
>>
>> What else?
>
>Dead of Winter, 1987 horror thiller

I remember seeing a movie on HBO at a friend's house with a mad
chef on a train chopping someone's fingers off. Sadly, I have no
idea what it was.

"Chop chop?"
"Chop chop chop?"
"Chop!Chop!Chop!Chop!Chop!Chop!Chop!CHOP!CHOP!CHOP!..."
(fingers chopped off)

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a***@gmail.com
2019-04-10 15:57:40 UTC
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Braveheart: during a battle scene one of the Scottish warriors gets some fingers chopped off with a battle axe.

Sniper: Tom Berenger's character gets his trigger finger cut off with a wire garrote by a rouge CIA operative called "The Surgeon"
a***@gmail.com
2019-04-10 16:07:58 UTC
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Cat's Eye 1985: Smoker's Inc, man is trying to quit smoking, his friend recommends Smokers Inc, his friend doesn't tell him that the company men chopped his wife's finger as punishment because he had relapsed

Hostel: one of the guys gets his fingers chopped off in the dungeon
a***@gmail.com
2019-04-10 16:11:25 UTC
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The Outsider (2018): The main character cuts off his pinky to show his loyalty
Mack A. Damia
2019-04-10 18:45:15 UTC
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On Wed, 10 Apr 2019 08:57:40 -0700 (PDT), ***@gmail.com
wrote:

>Braveheart: during a battle scene one of the Scottish warriors gets some fingers chopped off with a battle axe.
>
>Sniper: Tom Berenger's character gets his trigger finger cut off with a wire garrote by a rouge CIA operative called "The Surgeon"

Small Screen: "Man from the South", story by Roald Dahl. Starring
Steve McQueen and Peter Lorre, on "Alfred Hitchcock Presents",
directed by Norman Lloyd, one of the oldest living actors. You may
remember him as the brutal headmaster in "Dead Poet's Society".

A few films contain the same premise.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Four_Rooms
Hawk
2019-04-10 22:50:34 UTC
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On Wed, 10 Apr 2019 08:57:40 -0700 (PDT), ***@gmail.com
wrote:

>Braveheart: during a battle scene one of the Scottish warriors gets some fingers chopped off with a battle axe.
>
>Sniper: Tom Berenger's character gets his trigger finger cut off with a wire garrote by a rouge CIA operative called "The Surgeon"

I'm relying on memory here, but in the Darkman (1990), the baddie
collects fingers that he cuts off with a cigar cutter. Can't remember
whether they actually have a finger cutting off scene or whether they
just show the box of cut off fingers.

Cheers
s***@gmail.com
2020-01-09 14:12:23 UTC
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On Wednesday, April 10, 2019 at 4:50:36 PM UTC-6, Hawk wrote:
> On Wed, 10 Apr 2019 08:57:40 -0700 (PDT), ***@gmail.com
> wrote:
>
> >Braveheart: during a battle scene one of the Scottish warriors gets some fingers chopped off with a battle axe.
> >
> >Sniper: Tom Berenger's character gets his trigger finger cut off with a wire garrote by a rouge CIA operative called "The Surgeon"
>
> I'm relying on memory here, but in the Darkman (1990), the baddie
> collects fingers that he cuts off with a cigar cutter. Can't remember
> whether they actually have a finger cutting off scene or whether they
> just show the box of cut off fingers.
>
> Cheers

Yeap. Near the opening, a black guy is talkin a lot of smack to Lenny. But Lenny is ready. His men win a big shoot out with the black guy's men and they capture him.

Lenny whips out his cigar cutter and starts cuttin off them fingers--

Check it out:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pBzGTMshrac
George
2019-04-10 23:56:40 UTC
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***@gmail.com wrote:

>Braveheart: during a battle scene one of the Scottish warriors gets some fingers chopped off with a battle axe.
>
>Sniper: Tom Berenger's character gets his trigger finger cut off with a wire garrote by a rouge CIA operative called "The Surgeon"

The Yakuza (1974). Harry Kilmer (Robert Mitchum) cuts off the
little finger of his right hand in atonement for unknowingly
taking his friend's wife as his lover.
p***@gmail.com
2020-01-09 05:03:22 UTC
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On Sunday, May 23, 2010 at 6:40:34 PM UTC-8, Obveeus wrote:
> Movies where cutting off of fingers is a plot point (aside from horror
> movies):
>
> Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang
>
> Sharkey's Machine
>
> Careless
>
> Escape From Alcatraz
>
> What else?



I'm trying to find an old "Post WW2" movie, about an American who marries a Japanese woman, who's husband thought to be dead returns. There are fingers cut off to show respect. Does anyone remember such film?

Thanks
Halmyre
2020-01-09 07:51:59 UTC
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On Thursday, January 9, 2020 at 5:03:24 AM UTC, ***@gmail.com wrote:
> On Sunday, May 23, 2010 at 6:40:34 PM UTC-8, Obveeus wrote:
> > Movies where cutting off of fingers is a plot point (aside from horror
> > movies):
> >
> > Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang
> >
> > Sharkey's Machine
> >
> > Careless
> >
> > Escape From Alcatraz
> >
> > What else?
>
>
>
> I'm trying to find an old "Post WW2" movie, about an American who marries a Japanese woman, who's husband thought to be dead returns. There are fingers cut off to show respect. Does anyone remember such film?
>
> Thanks

The Yakuza.
John Doe
2020-01-11 05:13:09 UTC
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Sorry, I cannot get the thread reconstructed, but in case it hasn't been
mentioned...

Tucker and Dale Versus Evil
It's more comedy than horrer, especially if you close your eyes during
the scary parts.
JTEM
2020-01-12 20:10:19 UTC
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Obveeus wrote:
> Movies where cutting off of fingers is a plot point (aside from horror
> movies):
>
> Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang
>
> Sharkey's Machine
>
> Careless
>
> Escape From Alcatraz
>
> What else?

If you don't mind a TV series: The Man in the High Castle

It's an alternative reality situation, a planet where the Axis
powers won WWII and the United States is divided between
a German occupied east and a Japanese west, with a
romulan-style "Neutral Zone" between. But it's far less of a
"What If" scenario than it is a SciFi tale, with the plot centered
on the discovery of an alternative universe were the allies
won, and the subversive newsreels coming from this other
reality.

WARNING: The series is a bit of a roller coaster. I honestly
was thinking that the final season was the best of all, only
to be disappointed by the end, though clearly YMMV.

Well worth the watching. Don't know where you can find it
other than Amazon though.








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