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    Default re: Favourite Martial Arts Film

    Quote Originally Posted by Beanflicker View Post
    I'm biased against Seagal because I hate him and I think Aikido is nonsense, but he did play a pretty good badass.
    Ahhh why are you changing your tune, bruh.. lol I still can't take Segal seriously..

    I mean, I did like the movies he was in but as a martial artist, I put no stock in him..

    Tae Kwon Do > Aibumdo

    Aikido is some made-for-tv bullshit..

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    Quote Originally Posted by FinitoElDinamita View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Beanflicker View Post
    I'm biased against Seagal because I hate him and I think Aikido is nonsense, but he did play a pretty good badass.
    Ahhh why are you changing your tune, bruh.. lol I still can't take Segal seriously..

    I mean, I did like the movies he was in but as a martial artist, I put no stock in him..

    Tae Kwon Do > Aibumdo

    Aikido is some made-for-tv bullshit..
    That's what I mean bro, as a martial artist he's a complete joke. But he looked the part of a bad ass cop and he did well with it.

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    within the context of aikido, he has legit high-level skills. can he bust out moves now with that big fat gut? maybe... but within aikido, he has skillz

    put lyoto machida or anderson silva against him with mma rules, i don't think anyone would doubt the outcome

    i have some respect for his skills with the addendum of 'within aikido context'
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    Quote Originally Posted by FinitoElDinamita View Post
    BTW Grappler, speak of the devil, some of us were dogging on Segal in the other thread, not sure if you saw it but.. lol

    Does Segal really qualify to be in this thread?

    sorry, which thread? i missed it

    yeah, he sort of does belong on this thread IMO -- def his early movies ... ones after probably Under Siege or Under Siege was when it went downhill for him IMO
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    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    Have you watched Raid?
    The Raid: Redemption - yes - a few times, I even made GIFs of Iko Uwais using the PR-24 baton and knife - lol at me

    The Raid 2 - not yet, limited release for now. plan on seeing it in wider release.
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    Default Kareem vs Bruce Lee GIFs



    Yesterday was Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s 67th birthday. I made 5 GIFs in this first set from Game of Death in his honor

    Can you imagine fighting a 7'2" 225 lbs opponent?!?!? Enjoy!

    Game of Death GIF Set 1 (Bruce Lee vs Kareem Abdul-Jabbar) ~ Stickgrappler's Sojourn of Septillion Steps
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    Default Re: Kareem vs Bruce Lee GIFs

    Quote Originally Posted by Stickgrappler View Post


    Yesterday was Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s 67th birthday. I made 5 GIFs in this first set from Game of Death in his honor

    Can you imagine fighting a 7'2" 225 lbs opponent?!?!? Enjoy!

    Game of Death GIF Set 1 (Bruce Lee vs Kareem Abdul-Jabbar) ~ Stickgrappler's Sojourn of Septillion Steps
    That yellow suit is iconic.
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    Default re: Favourite Martial Arts Film

    Watched Ashes in Time, very deep and meaningful film but very slow.
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    Default re: Favourite Martial Arts Film

    Bruce was the best.

    Jackie Chan though is the one I grew up on.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Te8rNaLAz4o

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beanflicker View Post
    Bruce was the best.

    Jackie Chan though is the one I grew up on.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Te8rNaLAz4o
    That was excellent
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    Default Happy 45th Birthday Shannon Lee!

    Happy 45th Birthday Shannon Lee!


    Posted to my site, but didn't get a chance to post here. This past Saturday, it was Shannon Lee's 45th Birthday! And if you don't know who Shannon Lee is, I don't know what to say to you. LOL

    Made some GIFs in her honor.



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    Happy 45th Birthday Shannon Lee!! (Enter the Eagles GIF Set 1) ~ Stickgrappler's Sojourn of Septillion Steps



    As for the movie, Enter the Eagles, it was AFAIK the only HK movie she made. Starred Michael Wong (brother of Russell Wong [Vanishing Son tv series/China Girl movie]) and it was entertaining - even had Benny the Jet (in Jackie Chan's Wheels on Meals and Dragons Forecer) in it. Shannon fights him - will make GIFs of that fight. She didn't speak Cantonese iirc. Her lines were all in English.

    From wiki:
    Professional thief Martin (Wong) is assigned to steal the largest diamond in the Czech Repbulic, the Czar's Prism for $3M. Needing extra help, Martin brings in his former partner Mandy (Lee), an excellent sharpshooter with lethal martial arts skills. Together with two young pickpockets, the group sets out in an adventure of espionage, double crossing, and explosive action.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    Watched Ashes in Time, very deep and meaningful film but very slow.
    It was all over the place, auteur Wong Kar-wai was being, well, an auteur. Mainstream HK audiences didn't "get it" and had no patience for it

    That's why, it was interesting that Wong made The Grandmaster pretty commercial and the HK audiences took to it bigtime.

    AOT was based on Louis Cha's famous Condor Heroes novels. That story has been remade many many times. One of the most popular versions was from the early to mid-1980's HK TV.
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    OMG.. I thought The Raid 1 was the best action movie ever but part 2 is even better!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    sequels rarely surpass the original but this is one of the few that does..

    THE RAID 2 is the the most intense action fuckin movie of all time..

    Once you watch THE RAID, every american action flick is going to look corny to you.. THE RAID just raised the standard to a whole different level..

    Rambo 4 and The Punisher War Zone might be able to compete but not really..

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    Default re: Favourite Martial Arts Film

    Punisher: War Zone is one of my favorites. My buddies dragged me to that when it was in theatres and I wasn't looking forward to it because I figured it was going to be another corny superhero movie.

    Then in the first 10 minutes he gunned down a house full of mobsters in cold blood and chopped some old lady's head off.

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