Midweek Mouth-off: Fond memories of Tony Scott's work

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Monday morning included the sad and shocking news that 68-year-old filmmaker Tony Scott, the younger brother of Ridley, had committed suicide.

Since the mid-80s, Tony Scott had been establishing himself as one of the most influential action movie directors (and producers) working in mainstream cinema. He consistently turned out stylish, punchy hits – from Top Gun to Enemy of the State; Man on Fire to his final effort, Unstoppable.

Today we want to know what your favourite Tony Scott films are. And if you need a little refresher course in Scott’s work, here’s his compete directorial filmography.

Rest in peace, man.

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Last Updated: August 22, 2012

Noelle Adams

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