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    Quote Originally Posted by Larus marinus View Post
    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
    Ok I'm crying now.
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    This thread is going to be awesome.
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    YouTube- Worst Fight Scene Ever

    I realize this is not a MA movie, but Star Trek was crucial to my development as a martial artist. I was happened to test for my yellow belt the same day this guy tested for his black and I threw this kid who was a BB across the room with the cool James Kirk rolling sacrifice throw and Sensei was impressed. He said "where did you learn that?" I said "Star Trek". Everyone laughed.
    "We often joke -- and we really wish it were a joke -- that you will only encounter two basic problems with your 'self-defense' training.
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    Best ending to a worst fight scene.

    YouTube- Amazing.. worst fight scene ever
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    Quote Originally Posted by Larus marinus View Post
    Note: This is not a fantasy MA film. There is no explanation given for why the little guy can do that.
    Because it's realistic; when your Kung Fu is good enough you can do stuff like that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by maofas View Post
    Because it's realistic; when your Kung Fu is good enough you can do stuff like that.
    The guy doesn't look anywhere near old, or cantankerous enough for it to be factually accurate, IMO.
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    This is doubtless the millionth repost, but still good...

    YouTube- The Worst Kung Fu Movie Auditons EVER!!
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    YouTube- Best Fight Scene EVER!
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    Jackie Chan's Crime Force (which is not made by Jackie Chan) is pretty fucking horrible. Sensei and I watched it one day, and I pretty much felt like my eyeballs had been raped.

    Orignally it was called "Golden Queen's Commando."

    Thanks to YouTube you can watch it all, but do not blame me for the hours of life you lose.

    YouTube- 红粉兵团 Golden Queens Commando Part 1/10
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