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originally posted by: Necrobile
Growing up I loved action films, and Seagal was among the actors I enjoyed watching.
In many movies from the 80's, when there's a love scene, it actually looks like they're making love. I know it's all acting, but you can see some passion there. Not with Seagal, nope, he was acting like a sexually repressed creep. The way he just kept groping the woman, like he's never touched a woman before and was taking advantage of the scene. After seeing how he was in that movie I could believe the allegations of his wife.
originally posted by: proteus33
well all i know of kelly le brock was her acting in weird science , marked for death and the woman in red which recreates the scene from some like it hot where the dress blows up as woman walks over grate apparently she forgot her panties that day because it showed her bush.
originally posted by: tweetie
a reply to: 727Sky
OP, as usual, and typical of ATS, when someone posts a thread about a person who is in a position to make a positive difference for humanity and has made the commitment to do just that instead of lolling about in the lap of luxury, self-indulgence and privilege due to abundant financial success, the crowds pour in to shred and malign the person being portrayed. I often feel ashamed of posting at ATS when I see what happens to so many threads.
I've noticed that those who have accomplished the most on behalf of humanity, who truly care about what's happening to humanity, are the most maligned at ATS.
I've yet to see anyone who rushes in to trash another person post their personal resume of altruistic, beneficial life accomplishments in comparison so it can be evaluated by other members.
I do not worship other people or put them on pedestals but I certainly appreciate and applaud those who come from a place of integrity and congruity as they work to make things better on this planet. When I listen to or watch someone speak, or even read their words, I'm listening and watching for congruity, authenticity, a heart/mind connection and a lack of disingenuous motives. For me, these qualities come through loud and clear or they are absent.
originally posted by: BASSPLYR
Cant believe segal was teaching anderson kali's outside entry to be used off a jab. Shoulda taught kali's split entry off a right cross instead..... or better yet taught aikido instead and stick to what he actually knows. Which apparently isnt hubud lubud drills. If i were anderson id be laughing too.
Ive heard hes not the most affable guy to be around. But back in the day his aikido skills were prettt good. Lucky for him hes 6'4" and manhandling little japanese people weighing in at 140lbs when youre 250 is easy.
Jusr recently i watched a segal movie (dont ask i was drinking) that had a script and dialog that would make even george lucus cringe. It reminded me of how in an interview rob schnider related his experience with segal. Heres a synopsis of what went down.
Segal: (walks up to schnider) "i just read the greatest script EVER!!!"
Schnider: "oh yeah? Who wrote it?"
Segal: "I DID!!!"
And i was like "thats this movie!!! it got to be this movie!" Its so horrible that only segal woulda, coulda writen it and funded it.
originally posted by: roadgravel
Now I ain't sayin she's a gold digger.....
The old "she is a gold digger" defense to rape.
When asked if she was claiming that Seagal ever raped her, LeBrock replied, "I had a life before Steven Seagal, and a life after him. This book is not about Steven Seagal. But good or bad, he is a part of my life."