Ok… so while this may be a given at this point in movie history, it’s good to know that all guns on earth (and apparently in space and even in parallel universes as well) have unlimited ammunition. I was almost concerned there for a minute. I could easily list a couple hundred movies here, but I’m not going to, because honestly that would be a significant waste of both my and your time (should you actually decide to read the list I’m not posting). I’m a huge fan of “realism,” and while I respect the need of movies like “Rambo” that require a certain “un-countable” number of rounds in each weapon, at some point I really start to wonder if they missed the point… or maybe just shot it so many times that it’s unrecognizable. The fact is, guns that have a limited number of bullets actually create a great edge-of-your seat experience, a certain danger that is simply not present when a hero (or villain) has unlimited rounds… you know they will have to run out eventually, and therefore it becomes more a test of skill, intellect, and sheer courage instead of irrelevant noise. Now, again, this is only my opinion, and I do tend to enjoy most movies with lots of guns, but still, it does make me wonder if we’ve gotten to the point with audiences now where people are more distracted with counting how many bullets a guy fired, instead of actually paying attention to (or even enjoying) what’s happening on screen. Food for thought.