|hornung - 2010-09-09 |
i counted a 38 round clip for his first burst.
was i right?
His gun just had 38 really small bullets in it is all.
|Caminante Nocturno - 2010-09-09 |
The Powerpuff Girls theme just cant get started.
|Anaxagoras - 2010-09-09 |
Wouldn't it have been easier to sidestep all those arrows?
Yeah, I noticed that too. And then I wondered why I'm bothing to notice *anything* about a Steven Seagal movie.
|BHWW - 2010-09-09 |
Having seen this movie (as part of my self-appointed mission to watch all of Seagal's direct-to-DVD/USA Network output), I can say an appropriate tagline would have been "You Will Believe A Fat Man Can Fly, Through Awkward Wire-Fu Stunts". Seagal flails his arms at mooks, they go flying.
Plus, in one scene he fights a ladyboy with razor sharp fingernails, mostly by standing in one place while s/he zips around at him.
Plus, the chief villan is a corrupt Thai military officer who gets some mystical backup from some sort of weird-bearded wizard but the wizard's anti-Seagal hoodoo complete with needle-stuck doll is countered by the goodvibes of a monastary full of chanting Buddhist monks on Seagal's side.
|Asmodee - 2010-09-09 |
Man, it's too bad the FBI ruined Seagal's career because he's not a has-been, one dimensional, no talent douche-bag or anything.
|memedumpster - 2010-09-09 |
He must have wrote the script for this movie himself. No running scenes.
|Squeamish - 2010-10-07 |
Steven Seagal lives in a world of pure imagination, and we are not allowed in without a passport.
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