90's action! Van Damme or Segal?

Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by Say It Right, Jun 6, 2018.

  1. Say It Right

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    Who did you like better?

    Liked both, but that kick to the face from "The Muscles from Brussels" was worth the price of admission!
     
  2. Matthew Tate

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    van damme
     
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  3. agaraffa

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    Van Damme
     
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  4. Dillydipper

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    Oh no, gotta be Aaron Sorkin - all that energetic conversation while walking through the hallways - now there's some excitement!
     
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  5. alexpop

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    Damme good thread. :D
     
  6. skimminstones

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    all were very bad films but van damme was at least cheesy enough to enjoy.
     
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  7. Bobby Boogaloo

    Bobby Boogaloo Heavy on the grease please

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    Seagal by a slim margin. Van Damme's best movies were in the late 80s (Bloodsport & Kickboxer). Seagal's last good one was Under Siege in '92. His run of Hard To Kill, Marked For Death & Out For Justice in the early part of that decade made for some excellent video rental nights.

    Where's that gif of Seagal running? Never gets old.
     
  8. agentalbert

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    Definitely Van Damme. The only Seagal movie I really like is "Marked For Death". Some of the others are okay, but I can name about five Van Damme movies I get a real kick out of.
     
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  9. JCVD. His recent movies arent too bad either. He doesnt take himself too seriously.
     
  10. Brenald79

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    Seagal. He was on fire from 88-95. I need rewatch them all from both guys.
     
  11. Plan9

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    This one?
    [​IMG]
     
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  12. delmonaco

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  13. Bobby Boogaloo

    Bobby Boogaloo Heavy on the grease please

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    :laugh: Yep, although that seems a bit sped up.
     
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  14. Luvtemps

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    Haaaaaaaaaaaaa,by the [90's]they both were on life support as actors.
     
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  15. Michael

    Michael I LOVE WIDE S-T-E-R-E-O!

    I have to say they are tied...I love them both and always enjoy their movies...
     
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  16. Al Kuenster

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    I voted for JCVD but I kinda agree with Michael, I enjoy watching both on film. I have several films of each on LD, DVD & BR.
     
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  17. Chris DeVoe

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    He was excellent as a slightly fictionalized version of himself in the movie JCVD, where he is getting divorced, has money problems and winds up trapped in the middle of a bank robbery. And of course all the bank robbers are huge John Claude Van Damme fans. It's a hoot!
     
  18. Brenald79

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    Though Guy Thursdays and Movies For Guys Who Like Movies on TBS in the late 90s was awesome for these movies.
     
  19. alexpop

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    Can't stand the big dude.
     
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  21. Chris DeVoe

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    Timecop, Van Damme's best film, is a lot better than Under Siege, Segal's best film.
     
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  22. That was one of the recent movies I was thinking of. There was another film where he is trapped on an island with a bunch of corporate people and through circumstances, like Lord of the Flies, reveal he's a fraud.
     
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  23. gitters

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    Van Damme! I enjoy both.
     
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  24. Monosterio

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    Not a fan of either, but I really couldn’t stand Segal.
     
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  25. Spaghettiows

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    Segal always took himself too seriously, it appeared.
     

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