The Steven Seagal thread | Page 6

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  1. FierceRedBelt The way it should've been

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    I think translator lady was pissing him off, lots of squinting and repeating himself.
     
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  2. FierceRedBelt The way it should've been

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  3. mikehunt ........Belt Buckle........

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  4. lapollarecords Red Belt

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    what do you think? does he believe his own lies and thinks he is a badass or he to goes bed every night thinking how big of a fraud he is?

    if you want to feel/get perceived like a fighter, knowing that you've dedicated your whole life to learn something that is completely useless for fighting must be pretty hard. aikido is as useful in a fight as throwing a pilum is in modern warfare.
     
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  5. Bullitt68 Senior Moderator

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    I can hear the music and I can hear him reciting the narration. Above the Law is one of the GOAT action movies, right up there with Die Hard and Predator. Fuck the haters.
     
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  6. El Chimpo Cruel Man

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    can actor
    can fighter
     
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  7. JStreetz816 Gypsy

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    I like a few of his movies. I saw that Glimmer Man was on some Starz channel today, but couldn't make myself watch it. Heard it's a real turd.

    All the stories of Seagal in real life are gold. Whether it's other people pointing out how delusional he is, or Seagal talking about himself...it's all pretty good.
     
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  8. Bullitt68 Senior Moderator

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    Watch yourself, Champ. Don't make me use my deadly stuff on you :wink:

    The Glimmer Man is one of my favorites of his. Great Seven-esque vibe with the dark, rainy, noir L.A. setting and a great twist on the religious serial killer plot, plus some surprisingly great comedic chemistry between Seagal and Keenen Ivory Wayans.

    Give it a chance next time you catch it on TV. If you like buddy cop action movies, you'll probably get a kick out of it.
     
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  9. El Chimpo Cruel Man

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    lol

    but srsly

    i do love his movies...he just takes himself too seriously in real life and its easy to laugh at him
     
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  10. Rex Kwon Do Lutin' Lutz Kirchhof Belt

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    Every time I see him I wonder the same exact thing.
     
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  11. ground+pound Purple Belt

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    This is the best one.



    by far
     
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  12. FierceRedBelt The way it should've been

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    Out for Justice as well.
     
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