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6th May '18 2:15:59 PM Thunderchin
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* ''Film/IronMan'' has a likely unintentional exaggeration, in that one of the bullet-spark pyrotechnics on the first Iron Man suit can visibly be seen sparking for several seconds after the bullet allegedly struck. The sparks come from the area just below the Arc Reactor during one of the shots of him tanking a wall of gunfire at the cave mouth.
22nd Apr '18 8:58:10 PM nombretomado
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* Shooting a wall in ''ResidentEvil: Revelations'' will always result in sparks.

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* Shooting a wall in ''ResidentEvil: Revelations'' ''VideoGame/ResidentEvilRevelations'' will always result in sparks.
8th Mar '18 5:23:27 PM foxley
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* In the movie "Film/TankGirl", while the Water & Power goons are raiding the complex, they have bullets that spark while shooting ''sand''

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* In the movie "Film/TankGirl", ''Film/TankGirl'', while the Water & Power goons are raiding the complex, they have bullets that spark while shooting ''sand''''sand''.
* Bullet sparks are seen when Jimmy kills the publican inside the hotel in ''Film/RedHill''. Even odder, Jimmy is using a shotgun, so these sparks are being generated by buckshot.
17th Aug '17 5:57:53 AM Xebrus
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* In ''VideoGame/RiseOfTheTriad'', shooting immovable objects (such as stone columns) with a bullet weapon will produce a spark with every bullet. Taken to its logical extreme when you fire a machine gun (a weapon with [[BottomlessMagazines unlimited ammo]], as with all other bullet weapons in the game) at a column and get a shower of sparks.
20th Jun '17 7:02:22 AM NightShade96
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* Played straight to the point of exaggeration in ''FirstEncounterAssaultRecon''. Any shot fired at a metal surface will produce a fireworks-class shower of sparks, and some go flying emitting more sparks, as if the bullet just spawned in a burning magnesium strip.

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* Played straight to the point of exaggeration in ''FirstEncounterAssaultRecon''.''VideoGame/FirstEncounterAssaultRecon''. Any shot fired at a metal surface will produce a fireworks-class shower of sparks, and some go flying emitting more sparks, as if the bullet just spawned in a burning magnesium strip.
7th Jan '17 8:54:55 AM nombretomado
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* The famous Government Lobby shootout from ''Film/TheMatrix'', is a ShoutOut to both ''Anime/GhostInTheShell'' (see above) and JohnWoo movies that feature scenery getting ripped apart by gunfire.

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* The famous Government Lobby shootout from ''Film/TheMatrix'', is a ShoutOut to both ''Anime/GhostInTheShell'' (see above) and JohnWoo Creator/JohnWoo movies that feature scenery getting ripped apart by gunfire.















* When RLeeErmey fired two BMG rounds at a steel plate they produced sparks when viewed in slow motion, although not at regular speed.

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* When RLeeErmey Creator/RLeeErmey fired two BMG rounds at a steel plate they produced sparks when viewed in slow motion, although not at regular speed.












12th Aug '16 11:10:40 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* ''VideoGame/{{Halo}}'' as a franchise likes its bullet holes or insane ricochets, but it is also more than happy to make bullet impacts against a wall or target into a spark. The only exceptions tended to be organic materials such as dirt, plants, and the odd rock, but even those would often throw more sparks than they rightly should. Concrete throws out a lot more bullet sparks than its composition should suggest--''Combat Evolved'' is quite bad about this in particular. This is all for the sake of the player, especially in multiplayer--it lets them know, within some reason, if their shots are hitting or missing, since shields glow when hit, and other players or enemies flinch and their armor sparks when shot.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Halo}}'' ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'' as a franchise likes its bullet holes or insane ricochets, but it is also more than happy to make bullet impacts against a wall or target into a spark. The only exceptions tended to be organic materials such as dirt, plants, and the odd rock, but even those would often throw more sparks than they rightly should. Concrete throws out a lot more bullet sparks than its composition should suggest--''Combat Evolved'' suggest--''VideoGame/HaloCombatEvolved'' is quite bad about this in particular. This is all for the sake of the player, especially in multiplayer--it lets them know, within some reason, if their shots are hitting or missing, since shields glow when hit, and other players or enemies flinch and their armor sparks when shot.
27th Jul '16 1:34:19 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheThiefAndTheCobbler'': Not an actual gun bullet, but a nail slung at an unrealistic speed ricochets with visible sparks, as the start of a RubeGoldbergDevice.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheThiefAndTheCobbler'': Not an actual gun bullet, but a nail slung at an unrealistic speed ricochets with visible sparks, as the start of a RubeGoldbergDevice.

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27th Jul '16 1:33:41 AM Morgenthaler
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* The fan film ''Film/{{Grayson}}'' has this with the Joker shooting a sub-machine gun at Robin holding a thick metal plate to deflect the bullets. The effect was achieved by setting off firecrackers attached to the plate.



* The fanfilm ''{{Grayson}}'' has this with the Joker shooting a sub-machine gun at Robin holding a thick metal plate to deflect the bullets. The effect was achieved by setting off firecrackers attached to the plate.
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