6/13/2013 9:30pm, #1
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Keanu Reeves cinematic magnum opus, Man of Tai Chi
Leave it to Keanu Reeves to give us a film wherein a 135 pound, 5' 5" Tai Chi master is the worlds most dangerous underground no holds barred death match kill crazy competior.
But judging from the trailers, he doesn't kill.
Oh and Tai Chi is more pure than other violent, dirty, bad touch martial arts.
Anyway, thought it was funny and maybe some of ya'll would to.
6/14/2013 4:08am, #2
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Just pretend that the movie plays in a parallel-universe wherin Newtons laws do not exist, where gravity is dependent on will and chi is a measurable force (so the Matrix all over again).
That way, it could be an enjoyable movie.
Plus, it is still an untested thesis if stretching is the most deadly martial art, so the movie might be on to something:
6/14/2013 8:29am, #3
Isn't Tai Chi what old people do so their bones won't hurt?? I also have to wonder if Keanu is going to stick with his great acting style of Asian monk surfer.
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6/14/2013 12:38pm, #7
Why don't you fucking educate yourself before opening your mouth, cocksheath.
6/14/2013 1:01pm, #8
6/14/2013 1:19pm, #9
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6/14/2013 1:33pm, #10