"The Expendables" continues to dominate the box office, so "Extra" is taking a look at the manliest movies of all time! Flex your guns and punch on in!
Top 25 Manliest Movies of All Time
The Terminator (1984)
When Arnold says he'll be back, he neglects to mention that it'll be via car through the front of a building.
The Dirty Dozen (1967)
Lee Marvin, Charles Bronson, and Telly Savalas. "The Expendables" of its time.
More exploding body parts than all the movies on this list.
Fight Club (1999)
Still a manly club, despite having rules.
Rocky IV (1985)
Rocky single-handedly brought down the iron curtain... with his fists.
The Godfather (1972)
Leave the gun. Take the cannoli. And your manliness.
Die Hard (1988)
40 stories of sheer machismo.
Rousing speeches, and bloody battles to back them up.
The only movie on the list masculine enough to make grown men cry.
Russell Crowe battles scores of giant men and a tiger to the death, all while wearing sandals.
The Great Escape (1963)
Steve McQueen on a motorcycle. What more do you need?
Oh, right. McQueen in a car.
Enter the Dragon (1973)
Bruce Lee in a tournament to the death. No girls allowed.
Dirty Harry (1971)
Do you feel manly, punk? You will if you watch "Dirty Harry."
Jason Statham hopped-up on adrenaline for 90 manly minutes.
"It's a hell of a thing to kill a man."
True Grit (1969)
John Wayne with an eye patch. So manly, he only needs one eye.
Escape from New York (1981)
Kurt Russell. Eye patch. It worked for John Wayne.
He stores a gun in his leg. Can you do that?
Pacino. Giant gun. Hello, little friend.
The f-word is used about 300 times. That takes f'n guts.
Animal House (1978)
The first true gross-out comedy. Plus, it's got John Belushi.
Indiana Jones & The Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981)
He made satchels fashionable.
Road House (1989)
Because "pain don't hurt."
The Expendables (2010)
A Molotov cocktail of manliness. The only movie with Sly, Arnold and Bruce in the same scene.
Special thanks to our manly contributor and movie enthusiast, Steve of NerdWithWords.com.