There are a lot of knife knuts out there who can go to a movie, spot a knife, and name said knife off the top of their heads. I can’t say I’m that intense, but I am pretty good at spotting knives in movies and then tracking them down online. Without a doubt, some of the coolest knives you can spot on the big screen are Italian knives. They are classy, and they show up in a wide variety of movie genres.
Because Italian-style knives are so popular on Grindworx, we’re taking a stroll through the media and checking out some awesome Italian-style knives in movies. There are actually a ton of Italian knives in the movies, so there are definitely more posts like this to come!
Italian Knives in Movies
Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
So let’s ignore the fact that the fourth Indiana Jones movie was kiiiiind of a train wreck. (Anytime you bring in aliens at the end of a movie, you know the director is hurting real bad for good content.) Aliens aside, this movie is awesome for one reason: it has an Italian knife in it.
12 Angry Men
Stand By Me
This movie came out in the mid ‘80s, as you might be able to tell from this young gentleman’s hair and attire. But that’s just a guess. As you can see, even he knows a good Italian knife when he sees one.
The Breakfast Club
Dennis the Menace
A lot of you probably had to read the book The Outsiders at some point in school. What naturally follows after finishing a book in school, at least in my school district back home, is watching the motion picture. The movie has what appears to be a lever lock in it, if I’m not mistaken.
What other movies have you noticed that feature Italian-style knives? Be sure to let us know in the comments section below, and I’ll try to add them in the next Italian knives in the movies post.
If you’re in the market for a new Italian knife, head on over to Grindworx and get yourself one!