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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 1214d ago | opinion piece

Olympics 2012: Who's The Best Archer In Movie History?

MovieFone: Let the games begin! With the best athletes in the world competing for the Gold this week in London, it's time to turn our attention to something that hasn't even been invented yet: Movie Olympics! Here, Moviefone puts together some of your favorite characters going head-to-head in Olympic events. (Culture)

alycakes  +   1214d ago
I think Legolas would be my first choice followed by Hawkeye and then Katniss.
Kran  +   1214d ago
Tough question. I mean the girl from Hunger Games was pretty good. Hawkeye.... maybe.
MySwordIsHeavenly  +   1214d ago
Hawkeye is good, but he has advanced weaponry.

Legolas hits targets who are further away WITHOUT the advanced weaponry. He was just born an elf.
aDDicteD  +   1213d ago
Legolas would owned any of those in the list any given day.

why is robinhood not mentioned in the list, he's more skilled than rambo, katniss and william.

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