bearrowland,bearrowland wrote: I agree Jim. It's a shame, but his movies just slid into Oblivion. Even my wife used to like watching them.
I respect Aikido as well. It's just that, in my observation, it would be difficult to pull off in real life against a resisting or erratic person. Actually, the same could be said for a lot of the stuff in martial arts...depending on how it's trained, of course. And Aikido is a beautiful martial art, and would be a good physical/mental activity.
This was one of my favorites among others choreographed for those 2 movies.
*Landon*sal wrote: .... even today, we design a knife from the edge out!
I feel like Michael Jai White must have a terrible agent. The guy is a fantastic martial artist but never made it big. He was spawn in the 90s. He's done many films but always low budget.
I agree that he's an excellent martial artist, and he's also a pretty good actor, too. He has been in some big-budget movies since Spawn, but almost always in small roles. He had a tiny role in The Dark Knight. Most people are unaware that he had a small part in Kill Bill (I forgot whether it was vol. 1 or 2) that was cut out of the movie. It was a scene where Bill (David Carradine) kills his character with a sword. Having seen it, I'd say nobody missed much.VashHash wrote: ↑Thu Jul 11, 2019 5:50 amI feel like Michael Jai White must have a terrible agent. The guy is a fantastic martial artist but never made it big. He was spawn in the 90s. He's done many films but always low budget.
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