My Movie Clip Collections!
I decided to change the page up a little and add some movie clips of some of my favorite Car Chase scenes and after that there will be some other interesting video clips of my liking. All of the information that was here before is still there but you just have to, scroll down to find them.
Chuck's Favorite Chase Scenes
(January 29, 2013)
These are a collection of videos clips of show some of my favorite car chase scenes!
"Bullitt" 1968 with Steve McQueen
|Dirty Marry Crazy Larry was made in 1974 and a cult classic. It starred Peter Fonda and Susan George. It had big engines a lot of chase scenes and a surprise ending! I tried to edit out as much as possible and still give you a story line that can be followed. Still it is 356 MB and this edit lasts 37 minutes. I think it is worth the effort! One piece of trivia, while editing this clip, I noticed the price of gas when they filled us was 40¢ a gallon!|
|Vanishing Point - (1971) with Gary Newman and Cleavon Little
A Classic Movie with a mystery ending!
|The French Connection (1971)
With Gene Hackman and Roy Scheider
|"The Seven Ups" with Roy Scheider - (1973)||To Live And Die in LA (1985) with William Peterson and Willem Dafoe|
|The Rock (1996) With Sean Connery and Nicolas Cage||Ronin (1998) with Robert De Niro and Natasha McElhone|
|Gone in Sixty Seconds (2000)
With Nicolas Cage and Angelina Jolie
|The Transporter with Jason Stratham and Qi Shu|
|The Bourne Identity - (2002) with Matt Damon and Franka Potente
Reintroducing The Austin Mini-Cooper!
|The Bourne Supremacy - (2004) with Matt Damon and Franka Potente|
|Quantum of Solace (2008) with Daniel Craig and Olga Kurylenko||2 Fast 2 Furious (2003) Opening Race Scene in Miami with Paul Walker, Tyrese Gibson and Cole Hauser. This isn't your "Classic Car Chase", but it is "Vivid" enough to fill the empty square in this table! Enjoy!|
Here are some music related clips I have made:
|Holiday travelers at Denver International Airport were surprised with an entertaining treat when 100 dancers performed to a medley of Swing classics.||These are the two Flash Mob Dance Routines that I have edited out of the 2011 Movie "Friends With Benefits" staring Mila Kinis and Justin Timberlake.|
|Introduction video clip to the 2001 Movie "Get Over It" with Kirsten Dunst and Ben Foster. This clip was made into a great Music Video staring "Vitamin C (Colleen Fitzpatrick)||Biting Elbows - Bad Mother------!
(Insane Office Escape 2) - Full Music Video
Warning! Very Graphic Video Effects and Insane Stunts
Or to continue on to some of more miscellaneous video clips that I enjoy!
This is one of my favorite scenes of all time.
Like Teddy Roosevelt said "Walk softly, but carry a "BIG STICK"!
HELI-HOG'N from Gary Wagner on Vimeo.
Wild Pig Eradication From A Helicopter With An AR-15
|A montage of about seven WingFlying Videos||Laser pulse shooting through a bottle and visualized at a trillion frames per second|
Full Length Videos and Shows!
Prophets throughout history, were they really contacted by ETs?
Abductions in the bible and other historical writings.
Evidence shows that the Knight Templars
This is a more in-depth look at the Knight Templars in America and the theory that they might have only brought "The Holy Grail" with them, but them may have made a land claim to the Continent of North America.
This is one possible theory that may have resolved the question as to what causes the 33 Million Year mass extinction cycle in the fossil records.
Middlefield Shootout Dash Cam Released
Posted on: 12:40 pm, May 3, 2013, by Emily Valdez, updated on: 12:49pm, May 3, 2013
MIDDLEFIELD, Ohio – The man who opened fire and shot two police officers in a rural Amish community, after they pulled him over for a traffic stop in March, may have been planning a separate major act of violence, the police chief said during a news conference Friday afternoon.
“He was planning something,” Chief Arnold Stanko said.
Stanko credited police training and the grace of God for the fact that the two officers, Brandon Savage and Erin Thomas, were not seriously injured, and the suspect was shot dead in the hail of gunfire.
“(The officers) were a better shot,” Stanko said.
James Gilkerson, 42, of Mentor-on-the-Lake, was shot dead in the March 10 shootout in the rural community of Middlefield on North State Avenue.
At a news conference Friday, police showed off his two assault weapons, nine clips of ammunition, gun powder, a ski mask and books on making explosives, police tactics, warfare and how to change your identity.
Police also showed the dash cam footage of the traffic stop to a crowd of reporters.
On it, you can see a green Saturn sedan stopped on the right side of the road.
The officers cannot be seen on the video, but they can be heard.
Stanko said that Thomas and Savage pulled Gilkerson over after he ran a red light.
Thomas, who was on her last day of field training after being hired by the department a month earlier, got out of the passenger’s side and walked around the back of the patrol car and was walking on the driver’s side up to Gilkerson’s car when it happened.
Gilkerson, who was stopped in front of the patrol car, swung open his car door, pulled out an AK-47 semi-automatic rifle and started shooting, Stanko said.
Thomas was hit in the hand, and ran back behind the patrol car for cover.
Meantime, Gilkerson got out of his car and was using a police tactic of walking in a circular motion toward the target while shooting, Stanko said.
Savage was also shot and returned fire through the windshield.
Thomas returned fire from behind the patrol car, he said.
Gilkerson was shot 19 times, and falls to the ground saying “kill me,” before he collapsed.
Stanko does not believe this is a case of ‘suicide by cop,’ he said.
According to the Geauga County Prosecutor’s Office, Gilkerson fired 33 rounds from the rifle. Savage fired 29 rounds and Thomas fired 17 rounds.
Thomas sustained a ‘devastating’ injury to her left hand from the gunshot and had to have her index finger amputated.
Stanko believes that Gilkerson only saw Thomas at first and was trying to kill her, when he was caught off-guard by Savage.
Stanko does not have a clear motive on why Gilkerson opened fire on the officers.
He said Gilkerson had the upper-hand because he was shooting with a semi-automatic rifle and the officers were using 9mm handguns, but the officers had better training.
Thomas is recovering at home from her injuries.
Savage had returned to work.
747 Crash Bagram: 7 Plane Crash Victims Remembered in Memorial Web Site
747 Crash Bagram: 7 Plane Crash Victims Remembered in Memorial Web Site
By Jenalyn Villamarin | May 8, 2013 9:47 AM EST
The 7 American crew members in the 747 cargo plane crash in Bagram, Afghanistan may be gone but they are never forgotten. The NCR 102 memorial web site has been set up dedicated to the victims and their families where memories are shared and monetary donations can be made online.
The memorial web site link is: http://ncr102.org/Home.html and all of the money raised will be divided equally to the 7 crew members' family. Memorial services will be offered to the 7 plane crash victims beginning this week.
The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has not yet identified the cause of the horrifying plane crash. However, NTSB is currently conducting a thorough investigation together with the Afghanistan Ministry of Transportation and Commercial Aviation and representatives for the Federal Aviation Administration and Boeing to determine what exactly made the 747-400 cargo plane crash down.
According to an unnamed expert, the first step is to recover the flight and cockpit voice recorders and bring them to the United States for examination. For the video leaked on the internet, reports claim there was no evidence that shows an inside attack during the cargo plane's takeoff.
"It's a classic stall on takeoff. It goes up, loses its momentum and falls off to the right," Mary Schiavo, an aviation safety expert, stated. The aviation expert further added that there are three possible causes for the 747 plane crash:
1. Loss of engine power.
2. Runaway trim in which the small stabilizer tabs on the 747-400 tail elevators are incorrectly set upward due to malfunction or human error.
3. Cargo sliding to the back of the plane during takeoff affecting the plane's weight balance.
"Investigators will try to determine whether the plane's fuel might have had water in it, which could have caused the engines to lose power," Schiavo declared. Other factors to be determined are the plane's takeoff speed if it was set at the correct velocity and the cargo load's security and balance on the plane.
The U.S.-led military coalition is conducting an inspection on the conditions of the plane crash as well. "We are taking a comprehensive look at the events surrounding the aircraft crash, to include the subsequent photo on Twitter and the video posted on LiveLeaks," spokesman Erin O. Stattel stated through a sent email.