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Dom Raso Breaks Down The Movie Collateral

I've been watching Dom Raso's latest show Media Lab in which he breaks down the actions that happen in big Hollywood blockbusters.  The episodes have been kind of hit or miss, and I haven't been terribly impressed thus far.  That being said, the Collateral break down isn't half bad.  Go ahead and fast forward to 2:42 for the Collateral portion.

I like the little intro about how to get out of zip ties; that was a nice bonus.  Tom Cruise took down those thugs like a boss, and Dom Raso looked like he was a long way from cool with those BCG safety glasses.  Lol, safety first with those sim rounds. The down side to this vid there wasn't really much to fix, because Tom Cruise trained his ass off beforehand.  Check out the original clip below:

h/t guns.com

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