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    By far the most revolting Bruceplotation flick must be "Fist of fear, touch of death".
    In much of the other movies the humor is clearly evident. This is a horribly edited nightmare that reeks of self-promotion under the guise of a Bruce Lee "Tribute".

    YouTube- Aaron Banks and Bruce Lee: Superbuddies

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    Quote Originally Posted by SonofSpiridonov View Post
    By far the most revolting Bruceplotation flick must be "Fist of fear, touch of death".
    In much of the other movies the humor is clearly evident. This is a horribly edited nightmare that reeks of self-promotion under the guise of a Bruce Lee "Tribute".

    YouTube- Aaron Banks and Bruce Lee: Superbuddies
    So, that Banks guy had a real MA school, right? Urgh.

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    What! He has Chocolate on the list! Why Chocolate? Okay, the whole autistic bit is lame. though I love that Zen learns MA by watching Tony Jaa and playing 2D fighters, but it still lives up to the opening sentence of the writers own opening lines:

    "We don't expect much from our martial arts movies. A shallow plot (you killed my father/master/mother/wife/dog/cat, so now I'm going to kill you/your father/master/mother/wife/dog/cat) is acceptable so long as there are some serious ass kickings along the way."

    And their are some serious fight scenes in this movie some of the best I have ever seen.

    YouTube- Jeeja Pre-Production Training

    And that is just pre-production.

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    popeye can't be chinese.
    popeye is a symbol of the white american working class fighting the semites (Bluto, or whatever his name is).
    Popeye is FULL of fascist messages and hidden messages.

    btw last night there was this movie with Seagal where he played an indian or something?
    I sorta suddenly noticed how this guy ALWAYS plays something he's not: italian, navy SEAL,indian, whatever.
    i wonder what a psychiatrist would have to say about that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lebell View Post
    popeye can't be chinese.
    popeye is a symbol of the white american working class fighting the semites (Bluto, or whatever his name is).
    Popeye is FULL of fascist messages and hidden messages.

    btw last night there was this movie with Seagal where he played an indian or something?
    I sorta suddenly noticed how this guy ALWAYS plays something he's not: italian, navy SEAL,indian, whatever.
    i wonder what a psychiatrist would have to say about that.
    That makes sense to me who would watch a movie where the lead guy was a usless duchebag.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lebell View Post
    btw last night there was this movie with Seagal where he played an indian or something?
    I sorta suddenly noticed how this guy ALWAYS plays something he's not: italian, navy SEAL,indian, whatever.
    i wonder what a psychiatrist would have to say about that.
    Meh, who wants to see a movie that's just about a doughy white aikidoka with a ponytail and some kind of billowy jacket to hide his gut? His movies kinda need to make him out to be something cooler than that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lebell View Post
    I sorta suddenly noticed how this guy ALWAYS plays something he's not: italian, navy SEAL,indian, whatever.
    You're the only person I know who's ever accused Steven Seagal of being an actor.

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    if we're talking about really really bad martial arts movies, how could you possibly leave out Cynthia Rothrock? I submit: Undefeatable
    YouTube- Best fight scene of all time

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    Quote Originally Posted by CodosDePiedra View Post
    Meh, who wants to see a movie that's just about a doughy white aikidoka with a ponytail and some kind of billowy jacket to hide his gut? His movies kinda need to make him out to be something cooler than that.
    Nothing wrong with an actor (as IMDB describes him) playing a role (I mean, Al Pacino isn't *really* Cuban, is he?) - but with Seagal, it's as if his characters bleed over into real life and end up playing him. He still kinda implies from time to time that the intro to Above The Law is his actual true life story...

    Dude was 1/5 American Indian, or something for ages too.


    Leaving Seagal alone for a while - this appeared when I searched for 'worst fight scene':

    YouTube- Worst Fight Scene Ever

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    Sheer awesomeness. My day is complete. I like how both those guys have shirts on, but when they take them off, they are sweat as hell underneath without soaking through.
    "We often joke -- and we really wish it were a joke -- that you will only encounter two basic problems with your 'self-defense' training.
    1) That it doesn't work
    2) That it does work"
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