Steve Rinella Examines Hollywood’s Hunt Scenes And It’s Hilarious

Written by Wes Walker on January 7, 2020

Ever wonder what a real-deal outdoorsman thinks of those Hollywood outdoor scenes of hunting, shooting or tracking? Let’s just say they aren’t always impressed.

Steve Rinella walked us through a number of big Hollywood movies — some newer and some older — telling us what he thought of each in turn.

A few impressed him. A few annoyed him. And some just made him laugh.

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What gets on his nerves? ‘The Last of the Mohicans’ seemed to bother him right off the bat. Not just the high-speed tracking, but also the Hollywood use of non-native species for effect.

Mistakes they make with proper firearms use got to him too. But other stuff was just funny.

What movies did he critique? He took on scenes from ‘The Last of the Mohicans,’ ‘The Good, the Bad and the Ugly,’ ‘Wedding Crashers,’ ‘The Revenant,’ ‘Out of Africa’ and ‘Jeremiah Johnson.’

Enjoy!

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