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Steven Seagal

Post by yethboth » Mon Jul 23, 2007 12:30 pm

Who here likes Steven Seagal?

My favourite Steven Seagal films are:

1. The Glimmer Man
2. Belly Of The Beast


Is it me or has he put on alot of weight nowadays?

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Re: Steven Seagal

Post by Wildnites » Mon Jul 23, 2007 12:44 pm

yethboth wrote:Who here likes Steven Seagal?

My favourite Steven Seagal films are:

1. The Glimmer Man
2. Belly Of The Beast


Is it me or has he put on alot of weight nowadays?
I like some of Steven Seagals films, Under Siege is one of my fav's and Exit Wounds.

I don't know about the weight as I think Exit Wounds is the lastest film of his I have seen.
Isn't he more into music now then films....?
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Post by woody.cool » Mon Jul 23, 2007 12:47 pm

Wildnites wrote:
yethboth wrote:Who here likes Steven Seagal?

My favourite Steven Seagal films are:

1. The Glimmer Man
2. Belly Of The Beast


Is it me or has he put on alot of weight nowadays?
I like some of Steven Seagals films, Under Siege is one of my fav's and Exit Wounds.

I don't know about the weight as I think Exit Wounds is the lastest film of his I have seen.
Isn't he more into music now then films....?
Apparently, his band is very successful & I've been told they're very good (although I've not heard them)

My favourite Steven Segal films are: (in no particular order)

1. Under Siege
2. Under Siege 2
3. Exit Wounds

I've been a big fan of Segal's for a long time!

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Re: Steven Seagal

Post by MikeHaggar » Mon Jul 23, 2007 12:51 pm

Wildnites wrote:I don't know about the weight as I think Exit Wounds is the lastest film of his I have seen.
Isn't he more into music now then films....?
Hmm... 15 movies since Exit Wounds came out and 3 in production. I think he's still into movies ;)

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Re: Steven Seagal

Post by Wildnites » Mon Jul 23, 2007 12:57 pm

MikeHaggar wrote:
Wildnites wrote:I don't know about the weight as I think Exit Wounds is the lastest film of his I have seen.
Isn't he more into music now then films....?
Hmm... 15 movies since Exit Wounds came out and 3 in production. I think he's still into movies ;)

oh ok :oops:

Like I said like some of his films, not a huge fan :)
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Post by EvilArmourKing » Mon Jul 23, 2007 1:11 pm

Yes, he does his music on the side.

He toured last year, so all the Salford lads had a great laugh at his expense when he did a night at The Lowry.

I really don't care for Mr. Seagal.

He was a git for getting married to Kelly Le Brock.

And he is always too po-faced and serious when he interviews.

The best Steven Seagal film???

That'd be Executive Decision - he gets killed in it and is only on screen for less than 5 mins.

ANY FILM that let's you get to see the Seagal killed is always going to be a fave film of mine :twisted:
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Post by MC1 » Mon Jul 23, 2007 3:03 pm

Nico and Hard to Kill.

What a class name in Hard to Kill, Mason Storm.
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Post by JetSetWilly » Mon Jul 23, 2007 4:44 pm

1: Under Siege 2
2: Mercenary For Justice (i thought it was good!)
3: Shadowman
4: Out Of Reach (im having four...coz i can! so, Nergh! :P )
haven't seen attack force yet. Ditto on Flight Of Fury. Going to have to nick....erm...'borrow' (yes, that's it! borrow....i like it!) my dad's copy!
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Post by psj3809 » Tue Jul 24, 2007 2:29 am

EvilArmourKing wrote:And he is always too po-faced and serious when he interviews.
How many interviews have you seen ? I've only seen two where hes been very amusing and hasnt taken himself seriously, eg the Friday Night Project and another interview where he was being very funny.

Most Hollywood actors might act all nice and that when they have their latest movie to plug but i'm sure behind the scenes these people arent the nicest.

Either way i know based on a couple of times i've seen him i cant suddenly know everything about him and know if hes a funny/serious bloke or not.

Fair play to being married to Kelly le Brock though ! Dont like his music one bit but in his heyday he was very good.

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Post by korean*** » Tue Jul 24, 2007 4:18 am

nobody's mentioned out for justice?

1 out for justice (tagline: "He's a cop. It's a dirty job... but somebody's got to take out the garbage." -excellent!)
2 hard to kill

personally, i think he went a bit downhill after underseige....

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Post by Tapey297 » Wed Jul 25, 2007 6:23 am

1. Undersiege
2. Exit wounds
3. Hard to Kill

mind you Fire down below and into the sun are quite good.

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Post by Wils » Wed Jul 25, 2007 8:49 am

I remember enjoying Marked for Death mainly because it was do daft.

I've never really liked Seagal, on *or* off screen. He always comes across as an arogant tw@t when he's being interviewed and any tiny amount of respect I may have had for him completely disappeared when he publicly offered Van Damme a fight to prove he was better than him.

Someone seems to have got the better of him in recent years, though, and have managed to inflate him with a bike pump.
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Post by yethboth » Wed Jul 25, 2007 11:10 am

JetSetWilly wrote:1: Under Siege 2
2: Mercenary For Justice (i thought it was good!)
3: Shadowman
4: Out Of Reach (im having four...coz i can! so, Nergh! :P )
haven't seen attack force yet. Ditto on Flight Of Fury. Going to have to nick....erm...'borrow' (yes, that's it! borrow....i like it!) my dad's copy!

Mercenary For Justice? :lol: That has got to have the most hilarious wooden acting from Steven Seagal, Luke Goss (out of Bros, trying to put on a fake 'american' accent) and that other baddie bloke who gets blown up in his car at the very end. :lol:


The beginning bit was very good though which probably had the best acting, action and gripping entertainment out of the whole film.

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Re: Steven Seagal

Post by thl » Wed Jul 25, 2007 6:50 pm

yethboth wrote:Who here likes Steven Seagal?
I remember him being trained in Akido and other Japanese martial arts if that's right.

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Post by martin_lovick » Thu Jul 26, 2007 5:21 pm

i remember a VERY LONG bus journey across thailand it must have been 8 or 12 hours or something...

anyways, they just played steven segal movies on full volume constantly for the entire journey

it was torture

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