History ZergRush / Film

13th Mar '17 4:34:45 PM Yukianesa
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* ''Film/TheGreatWall'': The main tactic of the alien creatures is to rush at the wall and overrun the Chinese defenders. [[spoiler:Though it's ultimately just a diversion from the fact that they're tunnelling under it.]] Not helping is the fact that the creatures are extremely resilient and just one is more than a match for an entire group of soldiers.
13th Feb '17 3:54:36 PM StarTropes
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* In ''Film/StarTrekBeyond'', the ''Enterprise'' faces an attack from millions of drone fighters [[spoiler:and is cut to pieces]].
14th Mar '16 11:57:37 AM Discar
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* ''Film/TheMatrixRevolutions'': The Machines play it straight when they storm Zion with any army of Sentinels.

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* ''Film/TheMatrixRevolutions'': The Machines play it straight when they storm Zion with any an army of Sentinels.
14th Mar '16 11:57:28 AM Discar
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-->'''Resistance Fighter 1:''' Scouts say there are a million Sentinels up there.\\

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-->'''Resistance Fighter 1:''' Scouts say there are over a million Sentinels up there.\\
14th Mar '16 11:57:18 AM Discar
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* ''Film/TheMatrixRevolutions'': The Machines play it straight when they storm Zion with any army of Sentinels. One for each human, in fact.

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* ''Film/TheMatrixRevolutions'': The Machines play it straight when they storm Zion with any army of Sentinels. Sentinels.
-->'''Resistance Fighter 1:''' Scouts say there are a million Sentinels up there.\\
'''Resistance Fighter 2:''' That can't be right.\\
'''Morpheus:''' Why not?
One Sentinel for each human, every man, woman, and child in fact.Zion. Sounds like the thinking of a Machine to me.
14th Mar '16 5:29:07 AM Ghidorah1972
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** Kurosawa later pulled it off again in ''Film/Kagemusha'', where it gets [[Deconstructed]]. To cut a long story short, the army that was once under the main character's command gets [[spoiler: destroyed after it charges against a line of matchlock gunners that are hidden behind a long wooden stockade]].

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** Kurosawa later pulled it off again in ''Film/Kagemusha'', ''Kagemusha'', where it gets [[Deconstructed]].Deconstructed. To cut a long story short, the army that was once under the main character's command gets [[spoiler: destroyed after it charges against a line of matchlock gunners that are hidden behind a long wooden stockade]].
13th Mar '16 12:44:03 AM Ghidorah1972
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** Kurosawa later pulled it off again in ''Film/Kagemusha'', where it gets [[Deconstructed]]. To cut a long story short, the army that was once under the main character's command gets [[spoiler: destroyed after it charges against a line of matchlock gunners that are hidden behind a long wooden stockade]].
7th Jan '16 1:00:15 AM Whistler
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** FridgeLogic and gross incompetence can justify it for the clones. They are placed under the command of Jedi Generals. Generals that have no experience leading massed armies, have no experience in mass warfare, and employ wholly incompatible fighting styles. Jedi must close to melee range to employ their lightsabers, while using said lightsabers to defend themselves against the ranged weapons they face. The clones who follow them are equipped for ranged combat, and have no means to defend themselves against ranged attacks when ordered to charge by their Jedi superiors; the end result...zerg rush.

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** FridgeLogic and gross incompetence can justify it for the clones. They are placed under the command of Jedi Generals. Generals that have no experience leading massed armies, have no experience in mass warfare, and employ wholly incompatible fighting styles. Jedi must close to melee range to employ their lightsabers, while using said lightsabers to defend themselves against the ranged weapons they face. The clones who follow them are equipped for ranged combat, and have no means to defend themselves against ranged attacks when ordered to charge by their Jedi superiors; the end result...zerg rush. Mace Windu had a point when he said that Jedi were peacekeepers, not soldiers.
7th Jan '16 12:59:03 AM Whistler
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** FridgeLogic and gross incompetence can justify it for the clones. They are placed under the command of Jedi Generals. Generals that have no experience leading massed armies, have no experience in mass warfare, and employ wholly incompatible fighting styles. Jedi must close to melee range to employ their lightsabers, while using said lightsabers to defend themselves against the ranged weapons they face. The clones who follow them are equipped for ranged combat, and have no means to defend themselves against ranged attacks when ordered to charge by their Jedi superiors; the end result...zerg rush.
12th Aug '15 5:44:35 AM Anddrix
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* In ''[[Film/TheHungerGamesMockingjay The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1]]'', [[spoiler:this is how the District 5 bombers assault the power plant. Enough of them run at the guards until they overwhelm them. If the ones carrying the bomb fall, those behind them pick it up and continue to run.]]

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* In ''[[Film/TheHungerGamesMockingjay The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1]]'', ''Film/TheHungerGamesMockingjayPart1'', [[spoiler:this is how the District 5 bombers assault the power plant. Enough of them run at the guards until they overwhelm them. If the ones carrying the bomb fall, those behind them pick it up and continue to run.]]
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