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24th Mar '17 3:31:28 AM Morgenthaler
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* The shots of Fender and his pirates in the Jean-Claude Van Damme movie ''Film/{{Cyborg}}'' as most viewers will agree that the big bad Fender actually stole the show.

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* The shots of Fender and his pirates in the Jean-Claude Van Damme movie ''Film/{{Cyborg}}'' ''Film/{{Cyborg 1989}}'' as most viewers will agree that the big bad Fender actually stole the show.
22nd Mar '17 8:43:48 AM psionycx
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* Used in the very first episode of ''Series/{{Shadowhunters}}'' to show off the power trio Jace, Alec and Izzy as badass demon slayers. A little synchronized JumpPhysics is included to show the audience that they are more than ordinary humans.
21st Mar '17 5:54:47 AM LondonKdS
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* In the ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'' episode, "Badda Bing, Badda Bang", the main cast does one of these while walking down the promenade into the holosuite to perform a heist that composes the episode's main event. The bartender notices and shrugs as they walk by.

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* In the ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'' episode, "Badda Bing, Badda Bang", the main cast does one of these while walking down the promenade into the holosuite holosuite, dressed in their mock-1960s sharp suits, to perform a heist that composes the episode's main event. The bartender notices and shrugs as they walk by.
28th Feb '17 10:12:08 AM contrafanxxx
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* The start of the opening of ''Anime/DigimonUniverseApplimonsters'' has Haru, Eri, Astra, and Rei doing this.
26th Feb '17 7:20:48 PM AthenaBlue
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* Mad Madam Mim and Merlin Power Walk out to a sinister-looking heath for their "wizard's duel" in Disney's ''TheSwordInTheStone'', complete with a snare drum inexplicably playing in the background. It's diminished somewhat by Wart and Archimedes talking over them.



%%* ''WesternAnimation/SpaceChimps''
* Mad Madam Mim and Merlin Power Walk out to a sinister-looking heath for their "wizard's duel" in Disney's ''TheSwordInTheStone'', complete with a snare drum inexplicably playing in the background. It's diminished somewhat by Wart and Archimedes talking over them.



* ''Film/TheMagnificentSeven'' (1960)
** And its inspiration ''Film/SevenSamurai'' (1954), sort of.

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* ''Film/TheMagnificentSeven'' (1960)
** And its inspiration ''Film/SevenSamurai'' (1954), sort of.
''Film/ThreeHundred'' (2007). As with everything else in ''300'', beaten into the ground and kicked a few times for good measure.



* ''Film/TheWildBunch'' (1969) "Let's go!" as the aging outlaws decide to rescue their comrade, walking through a Mexican village they will shortly massacre. Fun fact: It wasn't in the script at all, SamPeckinpah just decided he wanted to do it. It's recognised today as one of the movie's most iconic scenes.
* ''Film/TheRightStuff''. This is probably the single most-parodied (or ripped off) power wlk ever.
** A "Right Stuff Walk" is almost obligatory in anything involving astronauts or space flight:
*** ''Film/{{Armageddon}}'' (1998). Slightly subverted as someone in the background complains, "Talk about the 'wrong' stuff", during the thuggish heroes' power walk. Also, at the end of the mission, it's contrasted by the heroic lineup being about 60% thinner than at the beginning.
*** As the crew of ''Film/{{Apollo13}}'' are walking down the gangway into the spacecraft, the music swells and the film speed slows.
*** ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' did a parody of this in one of the episodes where the duo went to space.
*** Parodied in ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' episode "Deep Space Homer". When Homer gets close up during his power walk and sees the shuttle, he gets cold feet and runs all the way back down the hall (...out of the building, and across the street) to call his wife.
*** Also parodied in ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'', wherein, during their Power Walk, Fry and Leela hold their space helmets while Bender holds his own head.
*** ''WesternAnimation/MonstersInc'', as the monsters enter the power company, and then again in its blooper reel as the monsters stumble and bowl each other over in slow motion.
*** ''WesternAnimation/MonstersUniversity'', does a CallBack to its chronological successor's power walk, this time, appropriately, in the eyes of a child monster.
*** Creator/TerryPratchett might have had this trope in mind when he says that Twoflower and Rincewind (disguised as astronauts in ''The Colour of Magic'') weren't "walking like heroes" as they make their way through cheering crowds to the Discworld's first spacecraft, the ''Potent Voyager''. They're just kind of...waddling.
*** One online video made by a group of US Air Force [[EnsignNewbie Second Lieutenants]] mixes parody with SelfDeprecation when a Butter Bar powerwalk is interrupted by one of them stumbling, [[DisasterDominoes causing a chain reaction as the others all trip over each other in turn.]] In SlowMo, naturally.
*** In the ''Series/{{Community}}'' episode ''[[Recap/CommunityS2E04BasicRocketScience Basic Rocket Science]]'', Abed has the entire group do one in slow motion walking towards a space simulator. (Except for Pierce, who doesn't realise that the others are walking in SloMo.) They end up being very late because Abed keeps making them redo it until it's sufficiently dramatic.

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* ''Film/TheWildBunch'' (1969) "Let's go!" as In ''Film/BladeII'', we have Blade and the aging outlaws Bloodpack walking into the House of Pain, with Music/MassiveAttack blaring on the soundtrack.
* ''Film/BubbaHoTep'' (2002). Once Elvis and Jack (as in JFK)
decide to rescue their comrade, walking through a Mexican village challenge the titular soul-sucking monster, they will shortly massacre. Fun fact: It wasn't in the script at all, SamPeckinpah just decided he wanted to do it. It's recognised today as one of the movie's most iconic scenes.
* ''Film/TheRightStuff''. This is probably the single most-parodied (or ripped off) power wlk ever.
** A "Right Stuff Walk" is almost obligatory in anything involving astronauts or space flight:
*** ''Film/{{Armageddon}}'' (1998). Slightly subverted as someone in the background complains, "Talk about the 'wrong' stuff", during the thuggish heroes' power walk. Also, at the end of the mission, it's contrasted by the heroic lineup being about 60% thinner than at the beginning.
*** As the crew of ''Film/{{Apollo13}}'' are walking down the gangway into the spacecraft, the music swells and the film speed slows.
*** ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' did
a parody of this in one of the episodes where the duo went to space.
*** Parodied in ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' episode "Deep Space Homer". When Homer gets close up during his
power walk and sees the shuttle, he gets cold feet and runs all the way back down the hall (...out of the building, and across the street) to call his wife.
*** Also parodied in ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'', wherein, during their Power Walk, Fry and Leela hold their space helmets while Bender holds his own head.
*** ''WesternAnimation/MonstersInc'', as the monsters enter the power company, and then again in its blooper reel as the monsters stumble and bowl each other over in slow motion.
*** ''WesternAnimation/MonstersUniversity'', does a CallBack to its chronological successor's power walk, this time, appropriately, in the eyes of a child monster.
*** Creator/TerryPratchett might have had this trope in mind when he says that Twoflower and Rincewind (disguised as astronauts in ''The Colour of Magic'') weren't "walking like heroes" as they make their way
sorts through cheering crowds to the Discworld's first spacecraft, corridor of their rest home. Kinda. Elvis needs a walker, and Jack rides a powered wheelchair. But it's still badass.
* ''Film/{{Chappie}}'' had one towards
the ''Potent Voyager''. They're just kind of...waddling.
*** One online video made by a group of US Air Force [[EnsignNewbie Second Lieutenants]] mixes parody
end with SelfDeprecation when a Butter Bar powerwalk is interrupted by one of them stumbling, [[DisasterDominoes causing a chain reaction as the others all trip over each other in turn.]] In SlowMo, naturally.
*** In the ''Series/{{Community}}'' episode ''[[Recap/CommunityS2E04BasicRocketScience Basic Rocket Science]]'', Abed has the entire group do one in slow motion
Ninja, Visser, and Yankee walking towards a space simulator. (Except for Pierce, who doesn't realise that the others are walking camera. Walking in SloMo.) They end up being very late because Abed keeps making to join them redo it until it's sufficiently dramatic.on the right side is Chappie.



* The title sequence of ''Film/ReservoirDogs'', as the criminals all walk out to their cars to begin the heist, with "Little Green Bag" playing on the soundtrack. This scene is [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-qBWc8FCEEM often parodied]].
* ''Film/ThreeHundred'' (2007). As with everything else in ''300'', beaten into the ground and kicked a few times for good measure.
* ''Film/BubbaHoTep'' (2002). Once Elvis and Jack (as in JFK) decide to challenge the titular soul-sucking monster, they do a power walk of sorts through the corridor of their rest home. Kinda. Elvis needs a walker, and Jack rides a powered wheelchair. But it's still badass.
* The title character and his CowboyCop partner from John Woo's ''The Killer'' get one of these at the end of the church shootout before the action is taken outside the church.
* ''Film/KillBill, Vol 1'' (2003). O-Ren Ishii and members of the Crazy 88 Power Walk in the House of Blue Leaves to the song ''Battle Without Honor or Humanity''.
** ''YuYuHakushoAbridged'' did a parody of this -- the characters freeze at the end of their power walk (set to the same tune) and Hinageshi screams "Again!" Hiei shuts her down by bluntly saying "No."
** The World Police team in Team America Power Walk into Kim Jong-Il's lair while the same song plays. YMMV if it's homage, parody, etc., since the entire film is a parody of action movies.
* Chow Yun Fat makes the simple act of walking into a high stakes poker game epic in ''Film/GodOfGamblers''.
* ''Film/{{Tombstone}}'' (1993). The Earps with Doc Holliday walking towards the O.K. Corral to confront the cowboys. The image of Creator/ValKilmer, Creator/SamElliott, Creator/KurtRussell, and Creator/BillPaxton in [[BadAssLongcoat Bad Ass Longcoats]] has been used in posters and video covers for the film. It even replays a more badass version of the walk during the end credits. Since the Earp crew [[TruthInTelevision really did walk halfway across town]] to confront the Clanton crew, ''every'' movie featuring the O.K. Corral includes such a scene.
* 1999's ''Film/MysteryMen'' also parodies the Power Walk, with one character (Mr. Furious) suddenly turning around and trying to flee only to be grabbed by his fellows on either side and forced to continue to walk with them. Their facial expressions never change.
* Comes up in ''Film/{{Transformers}}'' (2007). Strictly speaking, it's a bunch of cars driving in a straight line, but the way Creator/MichaelBay directs it...
* Parodied in ''Film/ShriekIfYouKnowWhatIDidLastFridayTheThirteenth'': while the main characters dramatically Power Walk, background extras move through the frame at a normal pace.
* Parodied in ''Series/{{Jackass}}: TheMovie''. After the credits there was a [[RealTrailerFakeMovie fake trailer]] for a sequel sixty years from now called ''Son of Jackass'', with all of the star are incredibly old. What happens is... you know, it's best just to [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_v-FwYowrCk watch it for yourself]]



* In one scene of ''Film/HardCoreLogo'' the band Power Walks towards the camera in slow motion with The Ramones handling the music.
* It's not the main cast, but the scene of thousands of V's converging on the Houses of Parliament in the film version of ''Film/VForVendetta'' is awesome.
* ''Film/GIJoeTheRiseOfCobra'' does this briefly, before Ripcord turns and says "[[LampshadeHanging Damn, we look good!]]"
* Oh so subverted in ''Film/TheWizardOfOz'' especially the way Dorothy keeps having to haul Scarecrow back on his feet and keeping Tinman oiled and Cowardly Lion from running away... Really more of an Un-Power Walk.
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OQy15VtPb50 This]] scene from ''Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanAtWorldsEnd'', complete with Western music.
** In the first film, we have the undead pirates' [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OjJuZCECRu4 underwater march]]. While it's not of the main cast, it definitely fits this trope.
* ''Series/KamenRiderDecade: [[TheMovie All Riders vs. Dai-Shocker]]'' has a '''nineteen-man''' Power Walk at the beginning of the climatic battle featuring '''nearly every''' ''Franchise/KamenRider'' hero at that point ([[Series/KamenRider the Double Riders]] and Series/KamenRiderV3 led the power walking ''on their bikes'' to Decade and Diend who were already getting their asses whooped on the battlefield, Series/KamenRiderKuuga [[spoiler:was BrainwashedAndCrazy when the battle began]], and Series/KamenRiderDouble and Film/KamenRiderJ had their separate moments at the end).
* ''Film/TheNuttyProfessor II'' has the Klumps walking in this fashion as they head to the all-you-can-eat buffet restaurant.
* ''Film/TheHouseBunny'' after the girls get their makeovers.

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* In one scene of ''Film/HardCoreLogo'' ''Film/{{Deadpool 2016}}'', Colossus, Warhead and Deadpool do this to the band Power Walks towards sound of [[Music/{{DMX}} "X Gon' Give it To Ya"]] before the camera in slow motion with The Ramones handling the music.
*
final showdown. It's not the main cast, but the scene of thousands of V's converging on the Houses of Parliament parodied in the film version of ''Film/VForVendetta'' is awesome.
* ''Film/GIJoeTheRiseOfCobra'' does this briefly, before Ripcord turns and says "[[LampshadeHanging Damn, we look good!]]"
* Oh so subverted in ''Film/TheWizardOfOz'' especially the way Dorothy keeps having to haul Scarecrow back on his feet and keeping Tinman oiled and Cowardly Lion from running away... Really more of an Un-Power Walk.
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OQy15VtPb50 This]] scene from ''Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanAtWorldsEnd'', complete with Western music.
** In the first film, we have the undead pirates' [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OjJuZCECRu4 underwater march]]. While it's not of the main cast, it definitely fits this trope.
* ''Series/KamenRiderDecade: [[TheMovie All Riders vs. Dai-Shocker]]'' has a '''nineteen-man''' Power Walk at the beginning of the climatic battle featuring '''nearly every''' ''Franchise/KamenRider'' hero at
that point ([[Series/KamenRider the Double Riders]] and Series/KamenRiderV3 led Negasonic Teenage Warhead ends up noticing Deadpool forgot his gun cache, causing the power walking ''on their bikes'' walk to Decade and Diend who were already getting their asses whooped abruptly stop as Deadpool tries to retrieve it. After giving up on it, Deadpool ''resumes'' the battlefield, Series/KamenRiderKuuga [[spoiler:was BrainwashedAndCrazy when power walk from the battle began]], and Series/KamenRiderDouble and Film/KamenRiderJ had their separate moments at the end).
* ''Film/TheNuttyProfessor II'' has the Klumps walking in this fashion as they head to the all-you-can-eat buffet restaurant.
* ''Film/TheHouseBunny'' after the girls get their makeovers.
point it left off.



* ''Film/KingdomOfHeaven'': Saladin after [[spoiler: the Muslim capture of Jerusalem.]]
* Parodied in ''Film/CaptainAmericaTheFirstAvenger'' during the propaganda film that Steve was participating in. Later, it was played straight (also as a CallBack) when Steve liberates the POW camp.
* Done twice in ''Film/ThisIsEngland''. The first time is very light-spirited, highlighting Shaun's acceptance into Woody's gang of skinheads. This was in [[TheEighties the '80s]], just before neo-Nazism and racism infiltrated the skinhead movement. The second time is much darker in tone, when Shaun [[spoiler: joins Combo's gang of skinheads, who are much more violent and racist than Woody's.]]
* An exceptionally moving power walk occurs just before the USA/Soviet Union match in ''Miracle'', depicting the 1980 Olympic "[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miracle_on_Ice Miracle on Ice]]", as the underdog US team leaves their locker room and heads to the ice, where they will face off the greatest hockey team on Earth.

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* ''Film/KingdomOfHeaven'': Saladin after [[spoiler: A rare villainous example in ''Film/DjangoUnchained'', done by [[spoiler:the surviving members of Calvin Candie's entourage]] -- [[TheDragon Stephen]], [[SouthernBelle Lara Candie]], [[TheBrute Billy Crash]], Cora, Sheba, and two other nameless enforcers -- as they walk back to the Muslim capture of Jerusalem.]]
* Parodied in ''Film/CaptainAmericaTheFirstAvenger'' during
Plantation for the propaganda film that Steve was participating in. Later, it was played climax. In silhouette, no less.
* The entire government do this when they invade Elliott's home in ''Film/ETTheExtraTerrestrial''.
* In ''Film/{{Fanboys}}'', the main cast do this as they prepare to break into the Skywalker Ranch. Quickly descends into parody as Hutch purposefully shoves Windows out of the line-up for no reason.
* Dominic Toretto and his crew do this in ''[[Film/TheFastAndTheFurious Fast Five]]''.
* ''Film/GangsOfNewYork'' opens with a mob of Dead Rabbits strolling toward the front door to the Old Brewery, psyching themselves up for their street battle against the Nativists in Paradise Square. Throw in some tribal greasepaint, fetishistic bondage gear, weapons
straight (also as out of a CallBack) when Steve liberates medieval torture den, a rabbit impaled on a pike, a crucifix, and the POW camp.
* Done twice in ''Film/ThisIsEngland''. The first time is very light-spirited, highlighting Shaun's acceptance into Woody's gang
surreal march tune "Shimmy She Wobble", and you've got one of skinheads. This was in [[TheEighties the '80s]], just before neo-Nazism and racism infiltrated the skinhead movement. The second time is much darker in tone, when Shaun [[spoiler: joins Combo's gang of skinheads, who are much more violent and racist than Woody's.]]
* An exceptionally moving power walk occurs just before the USA/Soviet Union match in ''Miracle'', depicting the 1980 Olympic "[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miracle_on_Ice Miracle on Ice]]", as the underdog US team leaves their locker room and heads to the ice, where they will face off the greatest hockey team on Earth.
most menacing Power Walks imaginable.



* In ''Film/{{The Avengers|2012}}'', we get a great shot of Captain America, Hawkeye, and Black Widow walking with purpose just before the final battle.
* A rare villainous example in ''Film/DjangoUnchained'', done by [[spoiler:the surviving members of Calvin Candie's entourage]] -- [[TheDragon Stephen]], [[SouthernBelle Lara Candie]], [[TheBrute Billy Crash]], Cora, Sheba, and two other nameless enforcers -- as they walk back to the Plantation for the climax. In silhouette, no less.
* ''Film/HotRod'' has one with Rod and his crew to the music of John Farnham's "You're The Voice." It starts off playing it straight (well, as straight as Andy Samberg plays anything), and becomes slightly over-the-top once hundreds of townspeople start following them [[spoiler: before it's subverted once a mass riot starts.]]
* The film adaptation of ''Film/WarmBodies'' features one where a group of zombies do the slow-motion version of this. Except that [[ZombieGait the shot isn't actually done in slow motion]].
* ''Film/{{Chappie}}'' had one towards the end with Ninja, Visser, and Yankee walking towards the camera. Walking in to join them on the right side is Chappie.
* ''Film/SororityRow'': Done by the surviving girls at the end of the film. Bonus points for walking away from [[spoiler: ''a burning mansion'']].

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* In ''Film/{{The Avengers|2012}}'', we get a great shot of Captain America, Hawkeye, ''Film/GIJoeTheRiseOfCobra'' does this briefly, before Ripcord turns and Black Widow says "[[LampshadeHanging Damn, we look good!]]"
* Chow Yun-Fat makes the simple act of
walking into a high stakes poker game epic in ''Film/GodOfGamblers''.
* In one scene of ''Film/HardCoreLogo'' the band Power Walks towards the camera in slow motion
with purpose just before The Ramones handling the final battle.
* A rare villainous example in ''Film/DjangoUnchained'', done by [[spoiler:the surviving members of Calvin Candie's entourage]] -- [[TheDragon Stephen]], [[SouthernBelle Lara Candie]], [[TheBrute Billy Crash]], Cora, Sheba, and two other nameless enforcers -- as they walk back to the Plantation for the climax. In silhouette, no less.
music.
* ''Film/HotRod'' has one with Rod and his crew to the music of John Farnham's "You're The Voice." Voice". It starts off playing it straight (well, as straight as Andy Samberg plays anything), and becomes slightly over-the-top once hundreds of townspeople start following them [[spoiler: before it's subverted once a mass riot starts.]]
* The film adaptation of ''Film/WarmBodies'' features one where a group of zombies do ''Film/TheHouseBunny'' after the slow-motion version girls get their makeovers.
* Parodied in ''Series/{{Jackass}}: TheMovie''. After the credits there was a [[RealTrailerFakeMovie fake trailer]] for a sequel sixty years from now called ''Son
of this. Except Jackass'', with all of the star are incredibly old. What happens is... you know, it's best just to [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_v-FwYowrCk watch it for yourself]]
* ''Series/KamenRiderDecade: [[TheMovie All Riders vs. Dai-Shocker]]'' has a '''nineteen-man''' Power Walk at the beginning of the climatic battle featuring '''nearly every''' ''Franchise/KamenRider'' hero at
that [[ZombieGait point ([[Series/KamenRider the shot isn't actually done in slow motion]].
* ''Film/{{Chappie}}''
Double Riders]] and Series/KamenRiderV3 led the power walking ''on their bikes'' to Decade and Diend who were already getting their asses whooped on the battlefield, Series/KamenRiderKuuga [[spoiler:was BrainwashedAndCrazy when the battle began]], and Series/KamenRiderDouble and Film/KamenRiderJ had their separate moments at the end).
* ''Film/KellysHeroes'': In classic Western-showdown form, Kelly, Big Joe, and Oddball step out into the street
one towards by one, adjust their guns, and approach the German tank. But they're not there to fight, they want to make a deal.
* ''Film/KillBill, Vol 1'' (2003). O-Ren Ishii and members of the Crazy 88 Power Walk in the House of Blue Leaves to the song ''Battle Without Honor or Humanity''.
** ''YuYuHakushoAbridged'' did a parody of this -- the characters freeze at
the end with Ninja, Visser, of their power walk (set to the same tune) and Yankee walking towards Hinageshi screams "Again!" Hiei shuts her down by bluntly saying "No."
** The World Police team in Team America Power Walk into Kim Jong-Il's lair while
the camera. Walking in to join them on same song plays. YMMV if it's homage, parody, etc., since the right side entire film is Chappie.
a parody of action movies.
* ''Film/SororityRow'': Done by the surviving girls The title character and his CowboyCop partner from John Woo's ''The Killer'' get one of these at the end of the film. Bonus points for walking away from church shootout before the action is taken outside the church.
* ''Film/KingdomOfHeaven'': Saladin after
[[spoiler: ''a burning mansion'']].the Muslim capture of Jerusalem.]]



* ''WesternAnimation/SpaceChimps''

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* ''WesternAnimation/SpaceChimps''''Film/TheMagnificentSeven'' (1960)
** And its inspiration ''Film/SevenSamurai'' (1954), sort of.



* In ''Film/BladeII'', we have Blade and the Bloodpack walking into the House of Pain, with Music/MassiveAttack blaring on the soundtrack.
* ''Film/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy'': The Guardians do this after the LockAndLoadMontage as they prepare for the assault on the Dark Aster. Unfortunately Peter Quill takes the time to pick his nose, Rocket to keep his outfit from riding up his crotch, and the slow-motion pacing makes Gamora actually ''yawn''.

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* Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse:
** Parodied in ''Film/CaptainAmericaTheFirstAvenger'' during the propaganda film that Steve was participating in. Later, it was played straight (also as a CallBack) when Steve liberates the POW camp.
**
In ''Film/BladeII'', ''Film/{{The Avengers|2012}}'', we have Blade get a great shot of Captain America, Hawkeye, and the Bloodpack Black Widow walking into the House of Pain, with Music/MassiveAttack blaring on purpose just before the soundtrack.
*
final battle.
**
''Film/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy'': The Guardians do this after the LockAndLoadMontage as they prepare for the assault on the Dark Aster. ''Dark Aster''. Unfortunately Peter Quill takes the time to pick his nose, Rocket to keep his outfit from riding up his crotch, and the slow-motion pacing makes Gamora actually ''yawn''.''yawn''.
* An exceptionally moving power walk occurs just before the USA/Soviet Union match in ''Miracle'', depicting the 1980 Olympic "[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miracle_on_Ice Miracle on Ice]]", as the underdog US team leaves their locker room and heads to the ice, where they will face off the greatest hockey team on Earth.



* ''Film/KellysHeroes'': In classic Western-showdown form, Kelly, Big Joe, and Oddball step out into the street one by one, adjust their guns, and approach the German tank. But they're not there to fight, they want to make a deal.

to:

* ''Film/KellysHeroes'': In classic Western-showdown form, Kelly, Big Joe, 1999's ''Film/MysteryMen'' also parodies the Power Walk, with one character (Mr. Furious) suddenly turning around and Oddball step out into trying to flee only to be grabbed by his fellows on either side and forced to continue to walk with them. Their facial expressions never change.
* ''Film/TheNuttyProfessor II'' has
the street one by one, adjust their guns, and approach the German tank. But they're not there to fight, Klumps walking in this fashion as they want head to make a deal.the all-you-can-eat buffet restaurant.



* Dominic Toretto and his crew do this in ''[[Film/TheFastAndTheFurious Fast Five]]''.
* The entire government do this when they invade Elliott's home in ''Film/ETTheExtraTerrestrial''.
* ''Film/GangsOfNewYork'' opens with a mob of Dead Rabbits strolling toward the front door to the Old Brewery, psyching themselves up for their street battle against the Nativists in Paradise Square. Throw in some tribal greasepaint, fetishistic bondage gear, weapons straight out of a medieval torture den, a rabbit impaled on a pike, a crucifix, and the surreal march tune "Shimmy She Wobble", and you've got one of the most menacing Power Walks imaginable.
* In ''Film/{{Deadpool 2016}}'', Colossus, Warhead and Deadpool do this to the sound of [[Music/{{DMX}} "X Gon' Give it To Ya"]] before the final showdown. It's parodied in that Negasonic Teenage Warhead ends up noticing Deadpool forgot his gun cache, causing the power walk to abruptly stop as Deadpool tries to retrieve it. After giving up on it, Deadpool ''resumes'' the power walk from the point it left off.
* In ''Film/{{Fanboys}}'', the main cast do this as they prepare to break into the Skywalker Ranch. Quickly descends into parody as Hutch purposefully shoves Windows out of the line-up for no reason.

to:

* Dominic Toretto and his [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OQy15VtPb50 This]] scene from ''Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanAtWorldsEnd'', complete with Western music.
** In the first film, we have the undead pirates' [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OjJuZCECRu4 underwater march]]. While it's not of the main cast, it definitely fits this trope.
* The title sequence of ''Film/ReservoirDogs'', as the criminals all walk out to their cars to begin the heist, with "Little Green Bag" playing on the soundtrack. This scene is [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-qBWc8FCEEM often parodied]].
* ''Film/TheRightStuff''. This is probably the single most-parodied (or ripped off) power walk ever.
** A "Right Stuff Walk" is almost obligatory in anything involving astronauts or space flight:
*** ''Film/{{Armageddon}}'' (1998). Slightly subverted as someone in the background complains, "Talk about the 'wrong' stuff", during the thuggish heroes' power walk. Also, at the end of the mission, it's contrasted by the heroic lineup being about 60% thinner than at the beginning.
*** As the
crew do of ''Film/{{Apollo13}}'' are walking down the gangway into the spacecraft, the music swells and the film speed slows.
*** ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' did a parody of
this in ''[[Film/TheFastAndTheFurious Fast Five]]''.
* The entire government do this when they invade Elliott's home in ''Film/ETTheExtraTerrestrial''.
* ''Film/GangsOfNewYork'' opens with a mob of Dead Rabbits strolling toward the front door to the Old Brewery, psyching themselves up for their street battle against the Nativists in Paradise Square. Throw in some tribal greasepaint, fetishistic bondage gear, weapons straight out of a medieval torture den, a rabbit impaled on a pike, a crucifix, and the surreal march tune "Shimmy She Wobble", and you've got
one of the most menacing Power Walks imaginable.
* In ''Film/{{Deadpool 2016}}'', Colossus, Warhead
episodes where the duo went to space.
*** Parodied in ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' episode "Deep Space Homer". When Homer gets close up during his power walk
and Deadpool do this to sees the sound of [[Music/{{DMX}} "X Gon' Give it To Ya"]] before shuttle, he gets cold feet and runs all the final showdown. It's way back down the hall (...out of the building, and across the street) to call his wife.
*** Also
parodied in that Negasonic Teenage Warhead ends up noticing Deadpool forgot ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'', wherein, during their Power Walk, Fry and Leela hold their space helmets while Bender holds his gun cache, causing own head.
*** ''WesternAnimation/MonstersInc'', as the monsters enter
the power walk to abruptly stop company, and then again in its blooper reel as Deadpool tries to retrieve it. After giving up on it, Deadpool ''resumes'' the monsters stumble and bowl each other over in slow motion.
*** ''WesternAnimation/MonstersUniversity'', does a CallBack to its chronological successor's
power walk from walk, this time, appropriately, in the point eyes of a child monster.
*** Creator/TerryPratchett might have had this trope in mind when he says that Twoflower and Rincewind (disguised as astronauts in ''The Colour of Magic'') weren't "walking like heroes" as they make their way through cheering crowds to the Discworld's first spacecraft, the ''Potent Voyager''. They're just kind of...waddling.
*** One online video made by a group of US Air Force [[EnsignNewbie Second Lieutenants]] mixes parody with SelfDeprecation when a Butter Bar powerwalk is interrupted by one of them stumbling, [[DisasterDominoes causing a chain reaction as the others all trip over each other in turn.]] In SlowMo, naturally.
*** In the ''Series/{{Community}}'' episode ''[[Recap/CommunityS2E04BasicRocketScience Basic Rocket Science]]'', Abed has the entire group do one in slow motion walking towards a space simulator. (Except for Pierce, who doesn't realise that the others are walking in SloMo.) They end up being very late because Abed keeps making them redo
it left off.
until it's sufficiently dramatic.
* In ''Film/{{Fanboys}}'', Parodied in ''Film/ShriekIfYouKnowWhatIDidLastFridayTheThirteenth'': while the main cast do this as they prepare to break into characters dramatically Power Walk, background extras move through the Skywalker Ranch. Quickly descends into parody as Hutch purposefully shoves Windows out frame at a normal pace.
* ''Film/SororityRow'': Done by the surviving girls at the end
of the line-up film. Bonus points for no reason.walking away from [[spoiler: ''a burning mansion'']].
* Done twice in ''Film/ThisIsEngland''. The first time is very light-spirited, highlighting Shaun's acceptance into Woody's gang of skinheads. This was in [[TheEighties the '80s]], just before neo-Nazism and racism infiltrated the skinhead movement. The second time is much darker in tone, when Shaun [[spoiler: joins Combo's gang of skinheads, who are much more violent and racist than Woody's.]]
* ''Film/{{Tombstone}}'' (1993). The Earps with Doc Holliday walking towards the O.K. Corral to confront the cowboys. The image of Creator/ValKilmer, Creator/SamElliott, Creator/KurtRussell, and Creator/BillPaxton in [[BadassLongcoat Badass Longcoats]] has been used in posters and video covers for the film. It even replays a more badass version of the walk during the end credits. Since the Earp crew [[TruthInTelevision really did walk halfway across town]] to confront the Clanton crew, ''every'' movie featuring the O.K. Corral includes such a scene.
* Comes up in ''Film/{{Transformers}}'' (2007). Strictly speaking, it's a bunch of cars driving in a straight line, but the way Creator/MichaelBay directs it...
* It's not the main cast, but the scene of thousands of V's converging on the Houses of Parliament in the film version of ''Film/VForVendetta'' is awesome.
* The film adaptation of ''Film/WarmBodies'' features one where a group of zombies do the slow-motion version of this. Except that [[ZombieGait the shot isn't actually done in slow motion]].
* ''Film/TheWildBunch'' (1969) "Let's go!" as the aging outlaws decide to rescue their comrade, walking through a Mexican village they will shortly massacre. Fun fact: It wasn't in the script at all, SamPeckinpah just decided he wanted to do it. It's recognised today as one of the movie's most iconic scenes.
* Oh so subverted in ''Film/TheWizardOfOz'' especially the way Dorothy keeps having to haul Scarecrow back on his feet and keeping Tinman oiled and Cowardly Lion from running away... Really more of an Un-Power Walk.



* In {{Series/Pretty Little Liars}} the four main characters commonly walk in a row sometimes known as a "Liar Wall". Most notably when arriving at Wilden's funeral. If one girl is not in line with the others it pertains to the plot as to why.
* ''Series/{{Smallville}}'':
** Seen in the episode "Justice" where the proto-Franchise/{{Justice League of|America}} Clark Kent, ComicBook/GreenArrow, Comicbook/{{Aquaman}}, [[Comicbook/{{Cyborg}} Cyborg]] and [[ComicBook/TheFlash Bart Allen]] do the power walk away from one of Lex Luthor's secret bases. Complete with the slo-mo, the explosions in the background, dramatic music and a dramatic double close-up -- starting off with a shot of all 5, zooming in to show the middle 3 (with a sound effect cue), then repeating to zoom in on Clark alone.
** Lex does his own Power Walk through 33.1 in Season 6's "Subterranean" after imprisoning a mutant there, dooming him to life as a lab rat. Lex strides unremorsefully down a hallway to leave as AFI's "Prelude 12/21" plays in the background. All the while, prisoners stretch out their hands to try and grab their captor, but cannot reach him. Lex, unfazed, continues his exit calmly. This scene underlined just how far to the dark side Lex had fallen.
* In ''{{Series/CSI}}'''s season 6 premiere, the team does this to signify that they are unified and together once again after being split up in the previous season.

to:

* In {{Series/Pretty Little Liars}} the four main characters commonly walk in a row sometimes known as a "Liar Wall". Most notably when arriving at Wilden's funeral. If Ace, Sparx and Random Virus get one girl is not in line with the others it pertains to the plot as to why.
* ''Series/{{Smallville}}'':
** Seen
of these in the last episode "Justice" where of ''Series/AceLightning''.
* Many, many times in ''Series/{{Alias}}''. "Passage Pt. 1" has two Bristow Family Power Walks,
the proto-Franchise/{{Justice League of|America}} Clark Kent, ComicBook/GreenArrow, Comicbook/{{Aquaman}}, [[Comicbook/{{Cyborg}} Cyborg]] first out of the CIA on their way to India, and [[ComicBook/TheFlash Bart Allen]] do the second set to U2's "Walk On" when they set out for the border to Kashmir.
* Happened often on ''Series/TheATeam'', usually with a slight edge of parody because of [[CrazyAwesome Murdock]]. For example, when he was being the Range Rider and wearing a ridiculous paper mask and six-shooters. While doing
the power walk away from one of Lex Luthor's secret bases. Complete with the slo-mo, the explosions in the background, dramatic music and a dramatic double close-up -- starting off with a shot of all 5, zooming in to show the middle 3 (with a sound effect cue), then repeating to zoom in on Clark alone.
** Lex does his own Power Walk through 33.1 in Season 6's "Subterranean" after imprisoning a mutant there, dooming him to life as a lab rat. Lex strides unremorsefully down a hallway to leave as AFI's "Prelude 12/21" plays in the background. All the while, prisoners stretch out their hands to try and grab their captor, but cannot reach him. Lex, unfazed, continues his exit calmly. This scene underlined just how far to the dark side Lex had fallen.
* In ''{{Series/CSI}}'''s season 6 premiere, the team does this to signify that they are unified and together once again after being split up in the previous season.
walk.



* Done quite a bit with ''Series/BostonLegal'', although the number and importance of the characters in the lineup (besides Denny Crane front and center) will vary depending on the case.
* Played with in the opening to ''Series/BreakoutKings''. The power walk starts with the five leads walking together, but then prison doors slam shut in front of the three BoxedCrook[=s=].
* The opening credits of ''Series/BrooklynNineNine'' end in one, probably as a parody of police procedurals.
** Also frequently parodied in many episodes; a RunningGag involves several characters doing what would otherwise be a cool badass slow-mo Power Walk with a hip-hop soundtrack, only for something (a background event, one of the characters being ludicrously dressed, etc.) to undercut the potential badassery and drama of the moment. For example, in one episode Jake and Captain Holt attempt to do this to arrest a suspect in a case... except they're both suffering from the mumps, are dressed in absurdly ineffectual "biohazard suits", and just happen to be moving agonisingly slowly due to all the pain instead of the footage being in slow motion.
* Happens in ''Series/{{Charmed}}'', in the season six premiere.
* In the ''Series/{{Community}}'' episode "[[Recap/CommunityS2E04BasicRocketScience Basic Rocket Science]]", Abed has the entire group do one in slow motion walking towards a space simulator. (Except for Pierce, who doesn't realise that the others are walking in slomo.) They end up being very late because Abed keeps making them redo it until it's sufficiently dramatic.
* An [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KqJnA5HoW1w episode]] of the BBC's ''Series/{{Coupling}}'' parodied the Power Walk, with the leading men strutting slowly down the sidewalk in dark suits, narrow ties, and sunglasses... because they're going to a funeral. It's only when Sally tells them to hurry up that we see they're ''actually walking in slow motion'', at which point Susan tells them to "[[LampshadeHanging stop playing]] ''Film/ReservoirDogs''!"
* In ''{{Series/CSI}}'''s season 6 premiere, the team does this to signify that they are unified and together once again after being split up in the previous season.
* In an episode of the show ''Series/DharmaAndGreg'', we see two of these, first a straight one of the male characters (who have gotten fairly drunk and decided the manly thing to do is go bobsledding), and then one of the females... who have decided to go to a bar full of Navy men pretending to be bimbos. Identical shot and music... but rather different effect.
* ''Series/DoctorWho'':
** [[Recap/DoctorWho2005CSTheChristmasInvasion "The Christmas Invasion"]]: After defeating his first alien adversary, the Tenth Doctor's Power Walk is coupled with the dialogue -- in classic Western-showdown form -- "No second chances. I'm that sort of a man."
*** [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome With a satsuma.]]
** [[Recap/DoctorWho50thASTheDayOfTheDoctor "The Day of the Doctor"]]: The War, Tenth and Eleventh Doctors do this during their big dramatic exit from the 3D painting ''Gallifrey Falls''.
** The February 2017 teaser for Series 10 has the Doctor, [[TomboyishName Bill]] and Nardole doing this down a hallway in some sort of library while the lights explode around them.
%%* ''{{Earthstorm}}'' (Made for TV, 2007)
* ''Series/{{Gotham}}'' has one in the second season episode, complete with smoky backlighting, when Jim Gordon, Det. Bullock, Cat, The Penguin and a few of Penguin's goons go to take down Theo Galavan.
%%* ''History Detectives'' (a PBS non-fiction show)
* ''Series/{{House}}'' and his team in the opening credits.
** Worth mentioning that House does a power walk [[HandicappedBadass ''with a cane'']].
* The second episode of ''Series/{{Hustle}}'' featured the main cast doing a power walk combined with an OrbitalShot at the end just before the credits.



* ''Series/{{Torchwood}}'' has this as its opening shot for the first two series.
* ''Series/ThePractice''
* ''Series/QueerEye''
* ''History Detectives'' (a PBS non-fiction show)
* ''Series/TheUnit''. With business suits. And not the rifles they generally carry.
* ''Series/{{House}}'' and his team in the opening credits
** Worth mentioning that House does a power walk [[HandicappedBadass ''with a cane'']].
* The Argentinian series ''Series/LosSimuladores'' has this in the opening credits and commercial breaks.
* ''{{Earthstorm}}'' (Made for TV, 2007)
* ''{{Spooks}}'' has also done this in its closing shot.
* In the LegendsOfTomorrow episode ''The Magnificent Eight'' the team arrives in the old West, and does an epic SlowMotion walk into the town.
* ''Series/StargateAtlantis'' season two teasers had this. Yes, the one with the poor cast wading through the water.
* This visual idiom is also put to repeated use on Joss Whedon's MutantEnemy shows, including parodies:
** In one episode of ''Series/{{Angel}}'', "Smile Time," the doors to Angel's office open and Wesley, Gunn, and Fred walk out in slow-mo... and then the camera pans downward, revealing Angel as a puppet walking in front of them.

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* ''Series/{{Torchwood}}'' has this as its opening shot for the first two series.
* ''Series/ThePractice''
* ''Series/QueerEye''
* ''History Detectives'' (a PBS non-fiction show)
* ''Series/TheUnit''. With business suits. And not the rifles they generally carry.
* ''Series/{{House}}'' and his team in the opening credits
** Worth mentioning that House does a power walk [[HandicappedBadass ''with a cane'']].
* The Argentinian series ''Series/LosSimuladores'' has this in the opening credits and commercial breaks.
* ''{{Earthstorm}}'' (Made for TV, 2007)
* ''{{Spooks}}'' has also done this in its closing shot.
* In the LegendsOfTomorrow ''Series/LegendsOfTomorrow'' episode ''The Magnificent Eight'' the team arrives in the old West, and does an epic SlowMotion walk into the town.
* ''Series/StargateAtlantis'' season two teasers had this. Yes, the one Happens often in ''Series/MarriedWithChildren''. Usually preceded by Al's CatchPhrase "Let's Rock." Sometimes results in a fight, or has music over it.
* The TitleSequence of ''The Misadventures of Sheriff Lobo'' has TheSheriff doing a one-man PowerWalk between his deputies who are lined up on either side
with their squad cars. Unfortunately it becomes a FailedAttemptAtDrama when the poor cast wading through deputies [[HollywoodPoliceDrivingAcademy crash into each other after Lobo orders them to drive off]].
* Parodied in ''Series/{{Misfits}}'' during
the water.
pseudo MisfitMobilizationMoment in episode 6, and made particularly ridiculous by the fact that the team were all wearing rubber gloves at the time.
* This visual idiom is also put to repeated use on Joss Whedon's MutantEnemy Creator/JossWhedon's [=MutantEnemy=] shows, including parodies:
** In one episode of ''Series/{{Angel}}'', "Smile Time," Time", the doors to Angel's office open and Wesley, Gunn, and Fred walk out in slow-mo... and then the camera pans downward, revealing Angel as a puppet walking in front of them.



* The episode of ''Series/MythBusters'' broadcast on 2 March 2005 shows Jamie, Adam and the Build Team doing a Power walk down an abandoned runway.

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* When "the gang" got together in the ''Series/MyNameIsEarl'' Season 1 episode "Stole P's HD Cart". Quickly subverted when Randy's lunch box full of beers opens and they roll out.
* The episode of ''Series/MythBusters'' broadcast on 2 March 2005 shows Jamie, Adam and the Build Team doing a Power power walk down an abandoned runway.



* ''Series/DoctorWho'': After defeating his first alien adversary in the Christmas special, the Tenth Doctor's Power Walk is coupled with the dialogue -- in classic Western-showdown form -- "No second chances. I'm that sort of a man."
** [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome With a satsuma.]]
** Both the Tenth and Eleventh Doctor do this with the War Doctor during their big dramatic exit from the Gallifreyan portrait "Gallifrey Falls".
* An [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KqJnA5HoW1w episode]] of the BBC's ''Series/{{Coupling}}'' parodied the Power Walk, with the leading men strutting slowly down the sidewalk in dark suits, narrow ties, and sunglasses... because they're going to a funeral. It's only when Sally tells them to hurry up that we see they're ''actually walking in slow motion'', at which point Susan tells them to "[[LampshadeHanging stop playing]] ''Film/ReservoirDogs''!"
* Aaron Sorkin (and later John Wells) abused it a bit in ''Series/TheWestWing''. Sorkin's iconic shot of President Bartlet's RedemptionInTheRain in "Two Cathedrals" is immediately followed by the Senior Staff power-walking to the motorcade, and then into the State Department, set to the Dire Straits song "Brothers in Arms".
* The Cast of ''Series/StargateSG1'' frequently enters the Stargate (and exits the other side) in this manner. In fact, the times they don't Power Walk usually indicate that something is wrong.



* ''Series/PersonOfInterest''. In "Pretenders", HeroicWannabe Walter Dang enthuses that [[WeHelpTheHelpless John Reese and his friends]] are like superheroes. Reese denies this with some irritation, whereupon Shaw and Fusco pull up in {{Cool Car}}s and do a SlowMotion power walk.



* The second episode of ''Series/{{Hustle}}'' featured the main cast doing a power walk combined with an OrbitalShot at the end just before the credits.
* Done quite a bit with ''Series/BostonLegal'', although the number and importance of the characters in the lineup (besides Denny Crane front and center) will vary depending on the case.
* Ace, Sparx and Random Virus get one of these in the last episode of ''Series/AceLightning''.
* In an episode of the show ''Series/DharmaAndGreg'', we see two of these, first a straight one of the male characters (who have gotten fairly drunk and decided the manly thing to do is go bobsledding), and then one of the females... who have decided to go to a bar full of Navy men pretending to be bimbos. Identical shot and music... but rather different effect.
* Parodied in ''Series/{{Misfits}}'' during the pseudo MisfitMobilizationMoment in episode 6, and made particularly ridiculous by the fact that the team were all wearing rubber gloves at the time.
* Played straight in ''Series/TheWire'', when [[BigBad Avon Barksdale]] and his posse march through the projects glowering at people.
* In the ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'' episode, "Badda Bing, Badda Bang", the main cast does one of these while walking down the promenade into the holosuite to perform a heist that composes the episode's main event. The bartender notices and shrugs as they walk by.
* In "Spectre of the Gun", the O.K. Corral-centered episode of ''[[Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries Star Trek: TOS]]'', the Earps and Doc Holliday perform one as they walk to the gunfight. This is a subversion, though, since they're filmed from the side, it's presented in a surrealistic manner, and they're actually the ''villains'' of the story.
* Many, many times in ''Series/{{Alias}}''. "Passage Pt. 1" has two Bristow Family Power Walks, the first out of the CIA on their way to India, and the second set to U2's "Walk On" when they set out for the border to Kashmir.
* Happens in ''Series/{{Charmed}}'', in the season six premiere.
* Played with in the opening to ''Series/BreakoutKings''. The power walk starts with the five leads walking together, but then prison doors slam shut in front of the three BoxedCrook[=s=].
* In the ''Series/{{Community}}'' episode "[[Recap/CommunityS2E04BasicRocketScience Basic Rocket Science]]", Abed has the entire group do one in slow motion walking towards a space simulator. (Except for Pierce, who doesn't realise that the others are walking in slomo.) They end up being very late because Abed keeps making them redo it until it's sufficiently dramatic.
* In ''Series/TrueBlood'' season four episode "Burning Down the House" the episode ends with a four-vampire powerwalk in '80s clothes. With a rocket launcher.
* The last scene of ''[[Recap/SherlockS01E01AStudyInPink A Study in Pink]]'' from ''Series/{{Sherlock}}'': ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ouJQgymW57c "Sherlock Holmes...and Doctor Watson."]]''
* Happened often on ''Series/TheATeam'', usually with a slight edge of parody because of [[CrazyAwesome Murdock]]. For example, when he was being the Range Rider and wearing a ridiculous paper mask and six-shooters. While doing the power walk.

to:

%%* ''Series/ThePractice''
* The second episode of ''Series/{{Hustle}}'' featured In ''{{Series/Pretty Little Liars}}'' the four main cast doing a power walk combined with an OrbitalShot at the end just before the credits.
* Done quite a bit with ''Series/BostonLegal'', although the number and importance of the
characters commonly walk in the lineup (besides Denny Crane front and center) will vary depending on the case.
* Ace, Sparx and Random Virus get one of these in the last episode of ''Series/AceLightning''.
* In an episode of the show ''Series/DharmaAndGreg'', we see two of these, first
a straight one of the male characters (who have gotten fairly drunk and decided the manly thing to do is go bobsledding), and then one of the females... who have decided to go to row sometimes known as a bar full of Navy men pretending to be bimbos. Identical shot and music... but rather different effect.
* Parodied in ''Series/{{Misfits}}'' during the pseudo MisfitMobilizationMoment in episode 6, and made particularly ridiculous by the fact that the team were all wearing rubber gloves at the time.
* Played straight in ''Series/TheWire'',
"Liar Wall". Most notably when [[BigBad Avon Barksdale]] and his posse march through the projects glowering arriving at people.
* In the ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'' episode, "Badda Bing, Badda Bang", the main cast does
Wilden's funeral. If one of these while walking down the promenade into the holosuite to perform a heist that composes the episode's main event. The bartender notices and shrugs as they walk by.
* In "Spectre of the Gun", the O.K. Corral-centered episode of ''[[Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries Star Trek: TOS]]'', the Earps and Doc Holliday perform one as they walk to the gunfight. This
girl is a subversion, though, since they're filmed from the side, it's presented not in a surrealistic manner, and they're actually the ''villains'' of the story.
* Many, many times in ''Series/{{Alias}}''. "Passage Pt. 1" has two Bristow Family Power Walks, the first out of the CIA on their way to India, and the second set to U2's "Walk On" when they set out for the border to Kashmir.
* Happens in ''Series/{{Charmed}}'', in the season six premiere.
* Played
line with in the opening to ''Series/BreakoutKings''. The power walk starts with the five leads walking together, but then prison doors slam shut in front of the three BoxedCrook[=s=].
* In the ''Series/{{Community}}'' episode "[[Recap/CommunityS2E04BasicRocketScience Basic Rocket Science]]", Abed has the entire group do one in slow motion walking towards a space simulator. (Except for Pierce, who doesn't realise that
the others are walking in slomo.) They end up being very late because Abed keeps making them redo it until it's sufficiently dramatic.
* In ''Series/TrueBlood'' season four episode "Burning Down
pertains to the House" the episode ends with a four-vampire powerwalk in '80s clothes. With a rocket launcher.
* The last scene of ''[[Recap/SherlockS01E01AStudyInPink A Study in Pink]]'' from ''Series/{{Sherlock}}'': ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ouJQgymW57c "Sherlock Holmes...and Doctor Watson."]]''
* Happened often on ''Series/TheATeam'', usually with a slight edge of parody because of [[CrazyAwesome Murdock]]. For example, when he was being the Range Rider and wearing a ridiculous paper mask and six-shooters. While doing the power walk.
plot as to why.



* The opening credits of ''Series/BrooklynNineNine'' end in one, probably as a parody of police procedurals.
** Also frequently parodied in many episodes; a RunningGag involves several characters doing what would otherwise be a cool badass slow-mo Power Walk with a hip-hop soundtrack, only for something (a background event, one of the characters being ludicrously dressed, etc.) to undercut the potential badassery and drama of the moment. For example, in one episode Jake and Captain Holt attempt to do this to arrest a suspect in a case... except they're both suffering from the mumps, are dressed in absurdly ineffectual "biohazard suits", and just happen to be moving agonisingly slowly due to all the pain instead of the footage being in slow motion
* Happens often in ''Series/MarriedWithChildren''. Usually preceded by Al's CatchPhrase "Let's Rock." Sometimes results in a fight, or has music over it.
* When "the gang" got together in the ''Series/MyNameIsEarl'' Season 1 episode "Stole P's HD Cart." Quickly subverted when Randy's lunch box full of beers opens and they roll out.

to:

%%* ''Series/QueerEye''
* The last scene of ''[[Recap/SherlockS01E01AStudyInPink A Study in Pink]]'' from ''Series/{{Sherlock}}'': ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ouJQgymW57c "Sherlock Holmes...and Doctor Watson."]]''
* The Argentinian series ''Series/LosSimuladores'' has this in the
opening credits and commercial breaks.
* ''Series/{{Smallville}}'':
** Seen in the episode "Justice" where the proto-Franchise/{{Justice League of|America}} Clark Kent, ComicBook/GreenArrow, Comicbook/{{Aquaman}}, [[Comicbook/{{Cyborg}} Cyborg]] and [[ComicBook/TheFlash Bart Allen]] do the power walk away from one
of ''Series/BrooklynNineNine'' end Lex Luthor's secret bases. Complete with the slo-mo, the explosions in one, probably the background, dramatic music and a dramatic double close-up -- starting off with a shot of all 5, zooming in to show the middle 3 (with a sound effect cue), then repeating to zoom in on Clark alone.
** Lex does his own Power Walk through 33.1 in Season 6's "Subterranean" after imprisoning a mutant there, dooming him to life
as a parody lab rat. Lex strides unremorsefully down a hallway to leave as AFI's "Prelude 12/21" plays in the background. All the while, prisoners stretch out their hands to try and grab their captor, but cannot reach him. Lex, unfazed, continues his exit calmly. This scene underlined just how far to the dark side Lex had fallen.
* ''Series/{{Spooks}}'' has also done this in its closing shot.
* ''Franchise/StargateVerse'':
** The cast
of police procedurals.
** Also
''Series/StargateSG1'' frequently parodied enters the Stargate (and exits the other side) in many episodes; a RunningGag involves several characters doing what would otherwise be a cool badass slow-mo this manner. In fact, the times they don't Power Walk with a hip-hop soundtrack, only for usually indicate that something (a background event, is wrong.
** ''Series/StargateAtlantis'' season two teasers had this. Yes, the
one with the poor cast wading through the water.
* In "Spectre
of the characters being ludicrously dressed, etc.) to undercut Gun", the potential badassery and drama of the moment. For example, in one O.K. Corral-centered episode Jake of ''[[Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries Star Trek: TOS]]'', the Earps and Captain Holt attempt Doc Holliday perform one as they walk to do this to arrest the gunfight. This is a suspect in a case... except subversion, though, since they're both suffering filmed from the mumps, are dressed side, it's presented in absurdly ineffectual "biohazard suits", a surrealistic manner, and just happen to be moving agonisingly slowly due to all they're actually the pain instead ''villains'' of the footage being in slow motion
story.
* Happens often in ''Series/MarriedWithChildren''. Usually preceded by Al's CatchPhrase "Let's Rock." Sometimes results in a fight, or has music over it.
* When "the gang" got together in
In the ''Series/MyNameIsEarl'' Season 1 episode "Stole P's HD Cart." Quickly subverted when Randy's lunch box full ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'' episode, "Badda Bing, Badda Bang", the main cast does one of beers opens these while walking down the promenade into the holosuite to perform a heist that composes the episode's main event. The bartender notices and shrugs as they roll out. walk by.



* ''Series/PersonOfInterest''. In "Pretenders", HeroicWannabe Walter Dang enthuses that [[WeHelpTheHelpless John Reese and his friends]] are like superheroes. Reese denies this with some irritation, whereupon Shaw and Fusco pull up in {{Cool Car}}s and do a SlowMotion power walk.
* ''Series/{{Gotham}}'' has one in the second season episode, complete with smoky backlighting, when Jim Gordon, Det. Bullock, Cat, The Penguin and a few of Penguin's goons go to take down Theo Galavan.
* The TitleSequence of ''The Misadventures of Sheriff Lobo'' has TheSheriff doing a one-man PowerWalk between his deputies who are lined up on either side with their squad cars. Unfortunately it becomes a FailedAttemptAtDrama when the deputies [[HollywoodPoliceDrivingAcademy crash into each other after Lobo orders them to drive off]].

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* ''Series/PersonOfInterest''. ''Series/{{Torchwood}}'' has this as its opening shot for the first two series.
*
In "Pretenders", HeroicWannabe Walter Dang enthuses that [[WeHelpTheHelpless ''Series/TrueBlood'' season four episode "Burning Down the House" the episode ends with a four-vampire powerwalk in '80s clothes. With a rocket launcher.
* ''Series/TheUnit''. With business suits. And not the rifles they generally carry.
* Aaron Sorkin (and later
John Reese Wells) abused it a bit in ''Series/TheWestWing''. Sorkin's iconic shot of President Bartlet's RedemptionInTheRain in "Two Cathedrals" is immediately followed by the Senior Staff power-walking to the motorcade, and then into the State Department, set to the Dire Straits song "Brothers in Arms".
* Played straight in ''Series/TheWire'', when [[BigBad Avon Barksdale]]
and his friends]] are like superheroes. Reese denies this with some irritation, whereupon Shaw and Fusco pull up in {{Cool Car}}s and do a SlowMotion power walk.
* ''Series/{{Gotham}}'' has one in
posse march through the second season episode, complete with smoky backlighting, when Jim Gordon, Det. Bullock, Cat, The Penguin and a few of Penguin's goons go to take down Theo Galavan.
* The TitleSequence of ''The Misadventures of Sheriff Lobo'' has TheSheriff doing a one-man PowerWalk between his deputies who are lined up on either side with their squad cars. Unfortunately it becomes a FailedAttemptAtDrama when the deputies [[HollywoodPoliceDrivingAcademy crash into each other after Lobo orders them to drive off]].
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* Parodied in ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'' with that group of cheating housewives walking into the supermarket. They really do walk that slow and a child on a tricycle is faster than them.
* The Season 2 Finale of ''WesternAnimation/Ben10AlienForce'' has the team Ben assembles for the attack on the La Soledad base doing this.
* Both of BRB Internacional's FunnyAnimal literary adaptations series, ''WesternAnimation/DogtanianAndTheThreeMuskehounds'' and ''WesternAnimation/AroundTheWorldWithWillyFog'', have the major characters doing a head-on Power Walk at the end of the opening sequence.
* They parodied this in ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddparents'': "They're slow, but they look good!"



* ''WesternAnimation/TheRealGhostbusters'' animated series feature this in the ending credits sequence.



* They parodied this in ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddparents'': "They're slow, but they look good!"
* The Season 2 Finale of ''WesternAnimation/Ben10AlienForce'' has the team Ben assembles for the attack on the La Soledad base doing this.

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* They parodied J and K do this in ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddparents'': "They're slow, but they look good!"
* The Season 2 Finale of ''WesternAnimation/Ben10AlienForce'' has
the team Ben assembles for the attack on the La Soledad base doing this.opening sequence of ''WesternAnimation/MenInBlack''.



* Parodied in ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'' with that group of cheating housewives walking into the supermarket. They really do walk that slow and a child on a tricycle is faster than them.

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* Parodied ''WesternAnimation/TheRealGhostbusters'' animated series feature this in ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'' with that group of cheating housewives walking into the supermarket. They really do walk that slow and a child on a tricycle is faster than them.ending credits sequence.



* Both of BRB Internacional's FunnyAnimal literary adaptations series, ''WesternAnimation/DogtanianAndTheThreeMuskehounds'' and ''WesternAnimation/AroundTheWorldWithWillyFog'', have the major characters doing a head-on Power Walk at the end of the opening sequence.
* J and K do this in the opening sequence of ''WesternAnimation/MenInBlack''.
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* The TitleSequence of ''The Misadventures of Sheriff Lobo'' has TheSheriff doing a one-man PowerWalk between his deputies who are lined up on either side with their squad cars. Unfortunately it becomes a FailedAttemptAtDrama when the deputies [[HollywoodPoliceDrivingAcademy crash into each other after Lobo orders them to drive off]].
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* Aaron Sorkin (and later John Wells) abused it a bit in ''TheWestWing''. Sorkin's iconic shot of President Bartlet's RedemptionInTheRain in "Two Cathedrals" is immediately followed by the Senior Staff power-walking to the motorcade, and then into the State Department, set to the Dire Straits song "Brothers in Arms".

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* Aaron Sorkin (and later John Wells) abused it a bit in ''TheWestWing''.''Series/TheWestWing''. Sorkin's iconic shot of President Bartlet's RedemptionInTheRain in "Two Cathedrals" is immediately followed by the Senior Staff power-walking to the motorcade, and then into the State Department, set to the Dire Straits song "Brothers in Arms".



* Parodied in ''ThePenguinsOfMadagascar'' episode "Launchtime." The penguins power-walk on the way to their rocket ship with dramatic music playing. Then Skipper says: "Well, we'll never get to the moon at this rate. Let's pick up the pace." They speed up.

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* Parodied in ''ThePenguinsOfMadagascar'' ''WesternAnimation/ThePenguinsOfMadagascar'' episode "Launchtime." The penguins power-walk on the way to their rocket ship with dramatic music playing. Then Skipper says: "Well, we'll never get to the moon at this rate. Let's pick up the pace." They speed up.
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* Done twice in ''Film/ThisIsEngland''. The first time is very light-spirited, [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming highlighting Shaun's acceptance into Woody's gang of skinheads.]] This was in [[TheEighties the '80s]], just before neo-Nazism and racism infiltrated the skinhead movement. The second time is much darker in tone, when Shaun [[spoiler: joins Combo's gang of skinheads, who are much more violent and racist than Woody's.]]

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* Done twice in ''Film/ThisIsEngland''. The first time is very light-spirited, [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming highlighting Shaun's acceptance into Woody's gang of skinheads.]] skinheads. This was in [[TheEighties the '80s]], just before neo-Nazism and racism infiltrated the skinhead movement. The second time is much darker in tone, when Shaun [[spoiler: joins Combo's gang of skinheads, who are much more violent and racist than Woody's.]]



** Lex does his own Power Walk through 33.1 in Season 6's "Subterranean" after imprisoning a mutant there, dooming him to life as a lab rat. Lex strides unremorsefully down a hallway to leave as AFI's [[CrowningMusicOfAwesome "Prelude 12/21"]] plays in the background. All the while, prisoners stretch out their hands to try and grab their captor, but cannot reach him. Lex, unfazed, continues his exit calmly. This scene underlined just how far to the dark side Lex had fallen.

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** Lex does his own Power Walk through 33.1 in Season 6's "Subterranean" after imprisoning a mutant there, dooming him to life as a lab rat. Lex strides unremorsefully down a hallway to leave as AFI's [[CrowningMusicOfAwesome "Prelude 12/21"]] 12/21" plays in the background. All the while, prisoners stretch out their hands to try and grab their captor, but cannot reach him. Lex, unfazed, continues his exit calmly. This scene underlined just how far to the dark side Lex had fallen.
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* Seen in the ''Series/{{Smallville}}'' episode "Justice" where the proto-Franchise/{{Justice League of|America}} Clark Kent, ComicBook/GreenArrow, Comicbook/{{Aquaman}}, [[Comicbook/{{Cyborg}} Cyborg]] and [[ComicBook/TheFlash Bart Allen]] do the power walk away from one of Lex Luthor's secret bases. Complete with the slo-mo, the explosions in the background, dramatic music and a dramatic double close-up -- starting off with a shot of all 5, zooming in to show the middle 3 (with a sound effect cue), then repeating to zoom in on Clark alone.

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* ''Series/{{Smallville}}'':
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Seen in the ''Series/{{Smallville}}'' episode "Justice" where the proto-Franchise/{{Justice League of|America}} Clark Kent, ComicBook/GreenArrow, Comicbook/{{Aquaman}}, [[Comicbook/{{Cyborg}} Cyborg]] and [[ComicBook/TheFlash Bart Allen]] do the power walk away from one of Lex Luthor's secret bases. Complete with the slo-mo, the explosions in the background, dramatic music and a dramatic double close-up -- starting off with a shot of all 5, zooming in to show the middle 3 (with a sound effect cue), then repeating to zoom in on Clark alone.
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* Parodied in the live-action movie of ''Manga/CromartieHighSchool''. The pre-finale PowerWalk is intercut with trucking shots of the actors simply walking in place. Taken to a ridiculous level in the opening of the anime, which has two groups of students walking right through, among other things, ''a tank''.

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* Parodied in the live-action movie of ''Manga/CromartieHighSchool''. The pre-finale PowerWalk power walk is intercut with trucking shots of the actors simply walking in place. Taken to a ridiculous level in the opening of the anime, which has two groups of students walking right through, among other things, ''a tank''.



* Played with on the [[http://images2.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20100820063841/marveldatabase/images/c/c5/X-Men_Pixie_Strikes_Back_Vol_1_1.jpg cover]] to the first issue of the ''ComicBook/XMen'': ''[[ADayInTheLimelight Pixie Strikes Back]]'' miniseries. All the other girls on the cover (Blindfold, X-23, Mercury and Armor) have the standard determined expression of a normal PowerWalk. Pixie, by contrast, is smiling happily and her head is turned to one side sort of jauntily.

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* Played with on the [[http://images2.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20100820063841/marveldatabase/images/c/c5/X-Men_Pixie_Strikes_Back_Vol_1_1.jpg cover]] to the first issue of the ''ComicBook/XMen'': ''[[ADayInTheLimelight Pixie Strikes Back]]'' miniseries. All the other girls on the cover (Blindfold, X-23, Mercury and Armor) have the standard determined expression of a normal PowerWalk.power walk. Pixie, by contrast, is smiling happily and her head is turned to one side sort of jauntily.



* Averted (at least in part) in the film ''Film/TheAdventuresOfBuckarooBanzaiAcrossThe8thDimension''. The end credits roll features Team Banzai gathering together ([[spoiler:even the member who died during the film]]) and marching in unison to the peppy "Team Banzai March". Not a true PowerWalk in that the team walks across the screen from right to left, there is not a dramatic shot of the team walking towards the camera, much of the sequence focuses in on individual members of Team Banzai, and the tempo of the entire sequence is a bit too peppy to be as dramatic as a PowerWalk should be. Hell, several members of Team Banzai start spontaneously ''dancing,'' including Buckaroo himself.

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* Averted (at least in part) in the film ''Film/TheAdventuresOfBuckarooBanzaiAcrossThe8thDimension''. The end credits roll features Team Banzai gathering together ([[spoiler:even the member who died during the film]]) and marching in unison to the peppy "Team Banzai March". Not a true PowerWalk power walk in that the team walks across the screen from right to left, there is not a dramatic shot of the team walking towards the camera, much of the sequence focuses in on individual members of Team Banzai, and the tempo of the entire sequence is a bit too peppy to be as dramatic as a PowerWalk power walk should be. Hell, several members of Team Banzai start spontaneously ''dancing,'' including Buckaroo himself.



* ''Film/TheRightStuff''. This is probably the single most-parodied (or ripped off) PowerWalk ever.

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* ''Film/TheRightStuff''. This is probably the single most-parodied (or ripped off) PowerWalk power wlk ever.



*** Parodied in ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' episode "Deep Space Homer". When Homer gets close up during his PowerWalk and sees the shuttle, he gets cold feet and runs all the way back down the hall (...out of the building, and across the street) to call his wife.

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*** Parodied in ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' episode "Deep Space Homer". When Homer gets close up during his PowerWalk power walk and sees the shuttle, he gets cold feet and runs all the way back down the hall (...out of the building, and across the street) to call his wife.



*** ''WesternAnimation/MonstersUniversity'', does a CallBack to its chronological successor's PowerWalk, this time, appropriately, in the eyes of a child monster.

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*** ''WesternAnimation/MonstersUniversity'', does a CallBack to its chronological successor's PowerWalk, power walk, this time, appropriately, in the eyes of a child monster.



* ''Film/BubbaHoTep'' (2002). Once Elvis and Jack (as in JFK) decide to challenge the titular soul-sucking monster, they do a PowerWalk of sorts through the corridor of their rest home. Kinda. Elvis needs a walker, and Jack rides a powered wheelchair. But it's still badass.

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* ''Film/BubbaHoTep'' (2002). Once Elvis and Jack (as in JFK) decide to challenge the titular soul-sucking monster, they do a PowerWalk power walk of sorts through the corridor of their rest home. Kinda. Elvis needs a walker, and Jack rides a powered wheelchair. But it's still badass.



* An exceptionally moving PowerWalk occurs just before the USA/Soviet Union match in ''Miracle'', depicting the 1980 Olympic "[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miracle_on_Ice Miracle on Ice]]", as the underdog US team leaves their locker room and heads to the ice, where they will face off the greatest hockey team on Earth.

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* An exceptionally moving PowerWalk power walk occurs just before the USA/Soviet Union match in ''Miracle'', depicting the 1980 Olympic "[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miracle_on_Ice Miracle on Ice]]", as the underdog US team leaves their locker room and heads to the ice, where they will face off the greatest hockey team on Earth.



* In ''Film/{{Deadpool 2016}}'', Colossus, Warhead and Deadpool do this to the sound of [[Music/{{DMX}} "X Gon' Give it To Ya"]] before the final showdown. It's parodied in that Negasonic Teenage Warhead ends up noticing Deadpool forgot his gun cache, causing the PowerWalk to abruptly stop as Deadpool tries to retrieve it. After giving up on it, Deadpool ''resumes'' the PowerWalk from the point it left off.

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* In ''Film/{{Deadpool 2016}}'', Colossus, Warhead and Deadpool do this to the sound of [[Music/{{DMX}} "X Gon' Give it To Ya"]] before the final showdown. It's parodied in that Negasonic Teenage Warhead ends up noticing Deadpool forgot his gun cache, causing the PowerWalk power walk to abruptly stop as Deadpool tries to retrieve it. After giving up on it, Deadpool ''resumes'' the PowerWalk power walk from the point it left off.



* Seen in the ''Series/{{Smallville}}'' episode "Justice" where the proto-Franchise/{{Justice League of|America}} Clark Kent, ComicBook/GreenArrow, Comicbook/{{Aquaman}}, [[Comicbook/{{Cyborg}} Cyborg]] and [[ComicBook/TheFlash Bart Allen]] do the PowerWalk away from one of Lex Luthor's secret bases. Complete with the slo-mo, the explosions in the background, dramatic music and a dramatic double close-up -- starting off with a shot of all 5, zooming in to show the middle 3 (with a sound effect cue), then repeating to zoom in on Clark alone.

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* Seen in the ''Series/{{Smallville}}'' episode "Justice" where the proto-Franchise/{{Justice League of|America}} Clark Kent, ComicBook/GreenArrow, Comicbook/{{Aquaman}}, [[Comicbook/{{Cyborg}} Cyborg]] and [[ComicBook/TheFlash Bart Allen]] do the PowerWalk power walk away from one of Lex Luthor's secret bases. Complete with the slo-mo, the explosions in the background, dramatic music and a dramatic double close-up -- starting off with a shot of all 5, zooming in to show the middle 3 (with a sound effect cue), then repeating to zoom in on Clark alone.



** Worth mentioning that House does a PowerWalk [[HandicappedBadass ''with a cane'']].

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** Worth mentioning that House does a PowerWalk power walk [[HandicappedBadass ''with a cane'']].



** In another, "Dad," the cast {{Powerwalk}} out of a hospital with a [[http://www.buffyworld.com/angel/season3/vidcaps/dad/s3e10tagu.shtml baby carriage]].
** In yet another, "Disharmony," Angel, Cordelia, Wesley and Gunn PowerWalk with deadly seriousness on their way to confront a vampire cult leader. The camera starts with a group shot, then focuses on each of their intense expressions in turn, suddenly revealing Cordelia's ditzy friend-cum-vampire Harmony skipping along beside them.

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** In another, "Dad," the cast {{Powerwalk}} power walk out of a hospital with a [[http://www.buffyworld.com/angel/season3/vidcaps/dad/s3e10tagu.shtml baby carriage]].
** In yet another, "Disharmony," Angel, Cordelia, Wesley and Gunn PowerWalk power walk with deadly seriousness on their way to confront a vampire cult leader. The camera starts with a group shot, then focuses on each of their intense expressions in turn, suddenly revealing Cordelia's ditzy friend-cum-vampire Harmony skipping along beside them.



* Happened often on ''Series/TheATeam'', usually with a slight edge of parody because of [[CrazyAwesome Murdock]]. For example, when he was being the Range Rider and wearing a ridiculous paper mask and six-shooters. While doing the PowerWalk.

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* Happened often on ''Series/TheATeam'', usually with a slight edge of parody because of [[CrazyAwesome Murdock]]. For example, when he was being the Range Rider and wearing a ridiculous paper mask and six-shooters. While doing the PowerWalk.power walk.



* ''Series/PersonOfInterest''. In "Pretenders", HeroicWannabe Walter Dang enthuses that [[WeHelpTheHelpless John Reese and his friends]] are like superheroes. Reese denies this with some irritation, whereupon Shaw and Fusco pull up in {{Cool Car}}s and do a SlowMotion PowerWalk.

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* ''Series/PersonOfInterest''. In "Pretenders", HeroicWannabe Walter Dang enthuses that [[WeHelpTheHelpless John Reese and his friends]] are like superheroes. Reese denies this with some irritation, whereupon Shaw and Fusco pull up in {{Cool Car}}s and do a SlowMotion PowerWalk.power walk.



** VinceMcMahon's Powerwalk is his trademark.

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** VinceMcMahon's Powerwalk powerwalk is his trademark.



** The beginning of Act 5 of ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid4'' has Snake, Meryl, Johnny Sasaki, and Otacon doing one before they attempt to board Outer Haven. The twist here is that Snake is lagging behind the others due to his physical injuries, and Otacon is walking next to him out of dedication, where the original PowerWalk in ''Metal Gear Solid 2'' had Otacon and Snake at the front.

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** The beginning of Act 5 of ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid4'' has Snake, Meryl, Johnny Sasaki, and Otacon doing one before they attempt to board Outer Haven. The twist here is that Snake is lagging behind the others due to his physical injuries, and Otacon is walking next to him out of dedication, where the original PowerWalk power walk in ''Metal Gear Solid 2'' had Otacon and Snake at the front.
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