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    In another world, the chun does work

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    #2
    I guess it's about as realistic as most of the stuff that goes on in porn. Speaking of nonsensical stuff from porn taken out of context:



    EDIT: Thinking about it, it's a bit sad that this guy is both more handsome and a more believable actor that Steven Seagal, who I'm presuming they're parodying with the whole chop-socky chef (ponytail notwithstanding).
    Last edited by Hadzu; 4/27/2015 6:07pm, .

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      #3
      Let's be real here: who isn't a better, more attractive actor than Steven Seagal?

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        #4
        UGHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH-

        *Wipes off monitor*

        -HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH HHH!!!
        Dan Severn loves raping people.

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          #5
          Originally posted by ghost55 View Post
          Let's be real here: who isn't a better, more attractive actor than Steven Seagal?
          I know a guy who ain't...
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            #6
            Originally posted by Hadzu View Post
            I know a guy who ain't...
            The Room was still a better, more coherent, and more enjoyable the On Deadly Ground. Also Tommy Wiseau should get points for actually being a pretty neat dude for a vampire (I met him once. He is a very interesting person to say the least).

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              #7
              Originally posted by ghost55 View Post
              The Room was still a better, more coherent, and more enjoyable the On Deadly Ground. Also Tommy Wiseau should get points for actually being a pretty neat dude for a vampire (I met him once. He is a very interesting person to say the least).
              I suppose that's all true. It bears mention that he's also in way better shape than Seagal ever was, dude's pretty ripped (which anyone who's seen The Room will be uncomfortably aware of), and he doesn't seem like he acts like a complete narcissistic asshole to everyone around him, so he definitely wins personality-points over Steve. He may still look like the muscle-bound brother of Grima Wormtongue, but he's hard not to love. Honestly, I blame the corniness of The Room more on the script than the acting, so I don't think anyone could have looked good in that movie.

              I just had to upload that picture when I saw it. Look at that completely unreadable face. He's either stoned off his gourd, he's falling asleep on-camera, or someone to his left just said something so awe-inspiringly stupid that he's taking a moment to compose himself, and ponder whether or not a football thrown at that range could be fatal (or, at least, incredibly incapacitating).

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                #8
                Originally posted by Hadzu View Post
                I suppose that's all true. It bears mention that he's also in way better shape than Seagal ever was, dude's pretty ripped (which anyone who's seen The Room will be uncomfortably aware of), and he doesn't seem like he acts like a complete narcissistic asshole to everyone around him, so he definitely wins personality-points over Steve. He may still look like the muscle-bound brother of Grima Wormtongue, but he's hard not to love. Honestly, I blame the corniness of The Room more on the script than the acting, so I don't think anyone could have looked good in that movie.

                I just had to upload that picture when I saw it. Look at that completely unreadable face. He's either stoned off his gourd, he's falling asleep on-camera, or someone to his left just said something so awe-inspiringly stupid that he's taking a moment to compose himself, and ponder whether or not a football thrown at that range could be fatal (or, at least, incredibly incapacitating).
                I still think that facial expression carries more emotional weight than Steven Seagal's entire acting career.

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by ghost55 View Post
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                  Goddamnit!

                  "This video has been removed as a violation of YouTube's policy against spam, scams and commercially deceptive content."

                  Great, now I'll never get to see the chun work!

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by ghost55 View Post
                    I still think that facial expression carries more emotional weight than Steven Seagal's entire acting career.
                    Perhaps, but could Tommy Wiseau do THIS?




                    Answer: Probably, if someone went through the choreography with him and gave him 30 minutes to practice.

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                      #11
                      could someone do a VB;DW (video broken; didn't watch) on this?

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                        #12
                        When I was younger I used to love watching Seagal movies. I had long, flyaway hair and had so much respect that he could control every strand through fights and all sorts (except for in Nico of course).

                        Soon after I discovered Brylcreem.

                        Now I am an adult. I don't watch Seagal movies anymore. I don't use Brylcreem either. I have very short hair.

                        I've wasted your time with my post.

                        I apologise.

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                          #13
                          ***I double posted.

                          I apologise again.

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                            #14
                            Originally posted by Hadzu View Post
                            Perhaps, but could Tommy Wiseau do THIS?




                            Answer: Probably, if someone went through the choreography with him and gave him 30 minutes to practice.

                            Uhhh... did the resurrect John Belushi for this movie?
                            The masters perfected Karate. What fool is there today that can step forward and perfect perfection -- From the introduction to the book "Shoto-Kan Karate-The Ultimate in Self-Defense" written by Peter Ventresca

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