Ah, the “no-sell”; the ability to completely shrug off an opponent’s attack – whatever kind of attack it may be – and walk away from it completely unscathed.
It’s a commonly occurring plot device, utilised in fiction to convey a certain character or entity as formidable and hard to beat, thus emphasising the threat they pose (generally, but not always, to the protagonist).
There have been THOUSANDS of examples of the use of this tool in various fictional media and none more so than in movies.
In this article, I’ll be looking at some of the more memorable examples (mostly from my lifetime) to have occurred in the world of cinema.
By no means a definitive list and in no particular order (so further input, by way of comments, is definitely encouraged), here are ten great examples of no-selling attacks in movies…
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