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Most Unrealistic Fight Scene in a Movie?

I'm sure we've all seen some terrible, terrible fight scenes in movies. Even the movies that star 90% MMA fighters (Never Surrender?) have god-awful fight scenes.


But what's your vote for the worst? This thread is to get some movie names listed, the next thread will have a poll with the top 10 movies mentioned here.


My vote goes for...

The Matrix Trilogy.

The moves are taken from The Karate Kid, except used in awful CG. The fights are just so awkward to watch it's hard to sit through!

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haha khov thats a nice thread^^ I like to talk about Martial Arts Flicks

I think I have to go with Hero and House of flying Daggers!

They were fighting in the sky on trees and things like that lol but they also had some very decent fighting scenes. But mostly supernatural stuff.
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Anything with wire work, like House of Flying Daggers or Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon.

Anything where Steven Seagal has to move around a lot, quickly. Anyone can see that'd kill him, in his current state.


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Anything with wire work, like House of Flying Daggers or Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon.

Anything where Steven Seagal has to move around a lot, quickly. Anyone can see that'd kill him, in his current state.
Lmfao agreed about Steven Seagal. Nominate a specific movie?

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Lmfao agreed about Steven Seagal. Nominate a specific movie?
just take everyone khov, they are all rubbish!^^
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Right now I'm watching the masterwork A Time To Kill.

What was that movie where he played a cop and kicked some guy's ass all over a bar?

Any movie I watch with fat Steven Seagal scares me. I sit there and think, "Don't die. At least not before you've gifted us with more ACTING!!"

I loved the Transporter movies, but the use of various props that "happen" to be nearby as part of the fight is pretty far-fetched.


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Right now I'm watching the masterwork A Time To Kill.

What was that movie where he played a cop and kicked some guy's ass all over a bar?

Any movie I watch with fat Steven Seagal scares me. I sit there and think, "Don't die. At least not before you've gifted us with more ACTING!!"

I loved the Transporter movies, but the use of various props that "happen" to be nearby as part of the fight is pretty far-fetched.

Jason Statham trains in MMA and I believe is a purple belt in BJJ. It'd be blasphemy to include him in this list.

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Jason Statham trains in MMA and I believe is a purple belt in BJJ. It'd be blasphemy to include him in this list.
I am pretty sure he is one! And he must have some standup skills as well, you can't do that what he does without some.

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