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= Tom Cruise is known for volunteering to do dangerous stunts in his movies. For example, there's a scene in Collateral (2004) where Cruise thought it would look better if he actually shot andtwo people with a handgun. =

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Now I’m going to share the obligatory, “this hip draw fire scene is so accurate that law enforcement show this clip during trainings on how to do a proper hip fire.”
Apparently Michael Mann is very good at showing proper firearm usage between this and Heat’s big shootout with Val Kilmer
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