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Yakuza Weapon (2011) - this Japanese comedy horror sees the hero's arm hacked off by the Gatling guns of a Black Hawk helicopter (entirely CGI), and the villains escape in their gunship from a rooftop but, even while injured, the gangster hero fires a grenade to shoot down the getaway chopper over the city skyline.

YatterMan (2009) - Takashi Miike's live-action cartoon whimsy features a CGI mini-rotorcraft Toybotty, which hovers around the superheroes' underground toy workshop base, and goes on quest missions to help find the prize skull stone.
flying toy robot in Yatterman

Yesterday (2002) - this Korean sci-fi actioner features a Bell 204 'Huey' in an opening sequence, and there's also a Boeing MD-500 Defender in later scenes, including a jetty where the kidnapped police chief's body is found.

You Don't Mess With The Zohan (2008) - a Huey picks up the Israeli superhero soldier from a beach during the opening sequence of this distinctly unfunny 'comedy' starring irksome nitwit Adam Sandler.
Huey in You Don't Mess With The Zohan

You Don't Mess With The Zohan helicopter

The movie also features a Bell 204 UH-1 resting on the heli-pad of an Israeli military base.
Bell UH-1 in You Don't Mess With The Zohan

Tiger Tanaka's Sea Knight airlift helicopter
chopper lifts car off road in You Only Live Twice
helicopter drops car in You Only Live Twice

You Only Live Twice (1967) - here's another James Bond movie with great rotary action, including 007's autogyro...

Little Nellie in You Only Live Twice
007 faces attacking helicopters
James Bond pilots Little Nellie into combat

Sean Connery's original British super-spy pilots heavily-armed 'Little Nellie' (it's actually a Wallis WA-116 Agile autogyro), which is delivered in packing crates while Bond is on a mission overseas.

On a recon flight, he deals with four attacking helicopters (these are Kawasaki-Bell 47G-3, a licence-built version of the world famous Bell 47), causing two of them to collide in midair!

This movie also has the amusing scene where a mighty twin-rotor chopper (the Kawasaki KV-107II, a licence-built Boeing CH-46 Sea Knight) uses a powerful electromagnet to airlift the gunmen's car off the coast road, when Bond is pursued by some killers, and it drops the bad guys' vehicle into the sea.
Little Nellie

Notes: "Other helicopters appearing in You Only Live Twice... a Brantley B2 is used as an air-taxi to reach Blofeld's (Donald Pleasence) secret hideout in a volcano, and a French-built Aerospatiale Alouette 316B ferries Bond to the ninja training area." - NATHAN DECKER

007's Little Nellie straight out of the box