The Steven Seagal DVD Legacy (8 Discs) just £12.99 Delivered @ HMV
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The Steven Seagal DVD Legacy (8 Discs) just £12.99 Delivered @ HMV

£12.99
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Found 20th Aug 2009Made hot 21st Aug 2009
This is the lowest price i have seen this box set and by quite a margin. It has kept dropping over the past year or so. Now at £12.99 its a bargain for 8 excellent Seagal films. Looks like its sold out in many other online stores so be quick and snap one of these up at a cheap price.


Contains The Following Films

* Nico
* Out For Justice
* Under Siege
* Under Siege 2
* The Glimmer Man
* Executive Decision
* Fire Down Below
* Exit Wounds

Remember quidco for some extra savings.

Enjoy ;-)

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awch, ah bet they're all cut tae wee rebbens :x

"8 excellent Seagal films"

you're havin a laff ain't ya?!!

Does this sum them all up?

The Steven Seagal Formula

What follows is the formula you must follow for a successful Steven Seagal movie. These rules can be bent or even ignored from time to time, but most of them must be followed for the movie to be a success.

Character
Cop or Cop-Like person (DEA, FBI, CIA, Marine etc, someone capable of kicking a lot of ass and not getting hurt a single bit).

Movie Title
Two or three words (usually) going by: 'verb preposition noun' or 'verb article noun'. For instance 'Out for Justice', 'Above the Law'. There can also be two prepositions or a preposition and an article or conjunction if needed, ie 'Out for a Kill'. Two word titles should go by the formula: 'verb noun' or 'adjective noun'. In the rare case of a one-word title always use a noun, but never a very menacing one. 'Ticker' and 'Clementine' are good examples. There are breaks from these formulas of course but sticking to it works best. It's also imperative that the title says a little as possible about the movie. Extra points if you can stick the words 'Steven Seagal is' right before the title and have it make sense (but not necessary). Good examples of Seagal movie titles would be: 'Back in the Game', 'Keeping it Cool', 'Deadly Finds' and 'Chestnut'.

Plot
Someone Seagal knows gets killed and he has to get to the center of some sort of gang or trouble to sort it all out, beating up and killing as many people as possible along the way. Men, women, children, cats, patio furniture; none of it is safe. Also there needs to be lots of guns and Seagal can not get hurt or killed (an exception to the last rule can be made once in a while though). Extra points if the plot involves drug dealers or terrorists.

Movie Poster
A close-up of Seagal holding a gun. Seagal must be the largest person on the poster, and if someone else is the same size as him, he needs to be obscuring their body. In the event that he is not holding a gun (for whatever reason) Seagal's face must be larger than normal, taking up as much poster space as possible. Tinting the poster blue is recommended but not necessary. A large explosion in the background is an acceptable alternative to a blue tint as well.


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Does this sum them all up?The Steven Seagal FormulaWhat follows is the … Does this sum them all up?The Steven Seagal FormulaWhat follows is the formula you must follow for a successful Steven Seagal movie. These rules can be bent or even ignored from time to time, but most of them must be followed for the movie to be a success.CharacterCop or Cop-Like person (DEA, FBI, CIA, Marine etc, someone capable of kicking a lot of ass and not getting hurt a single bit).Movie TitleTwo or three words (usually) going by: 'verb preposition noun' or 'verb article noun'. For instance 'Out for Justice', 'Above the Law'. There can also be two prepositions or a preposition and an article or conjunction if needed, ie 'Out for a Kill'. Two word titles should go by the formula: 'verb noun' or 'adjective noun'. In the rare case of a one-word title always use a noun, but never a very menacing one. 'Ticker' and 'Clementine' are good examples. There are breaks from these formulas of course but sticking to it works best. It's also imperative that the title says a little as possible about the movie. Extra points if you can stick the words 'Steven Seagal is' right before the title and have it make sense (but not necessary). Good examples of Seagal movie titles would be: 'Back in the Game', 'Keeping it Cool', 'Deadly Finds' and 'Chestnut'.PlotSomeone Seagal knows gets killed and he has to get to the center of some sort of gang or trouble to sort it all out, beating up and killing as many people as possible along the way. Men, women, children, cats, patio furniture; none of it is safe. Also there needs to be lots of guns and Seagal can not get hurt or killed (an exception to the last rule can be made once in a while though). Extra points if the plot involves drug dealers or terrorists.Movie PosterA close-up of Seagal holding a gun. Seagal must be the largest person on the poster, and if someone else is the same size as him, he needs to be obscuring their body. In the event that he is not holding a gun (for whatever reason) Seagal's face must be larger than normal, taking up as much poster space as possible. Tinting the poster blue is recommended but not necessary. A large explosion in the background is an acceptable alternative to a blue tint as well. ]http://www.seagalology.com/



i like it
it does seem all hes films are like that its called sterotyping:-D

Love how they call Executive Decision a Seagal film....not like he's in it for long...

Don't forget quidco too, plus 10% nus if your eligible. Shame they haven't got hard to kill, awesome film

No Hard To Kill??

The bloke escapes from a hospital in his bed, hours after waking up from a coma FFS!! :?

I like the film where he eats the enemy

http://www.variety.com/graphics/photos/Stylephile_storypics/Seagal_Feature.jpg

I don't understand why so many idiots post on deals like these. If you don't like Steven Seagal, why the hell are you looking at the deal? Get lost and take your stupid comments with you.

Good price, I bought this when it was £30. Hot.

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ahpla;6084401

I don't understand why so many idiots post on deals like these. If you … I don't understand why so many idiots post on deals like these. If you don't like Steven Seagal, why the hell are you looking at the deal? Get lost and take your stupid comments with you.Good price, I bought this when it was £30. Hot.



Good comment.

I nearly mis-read it an thought you were calling me an idiot for posting the deal lol.

Repped for the trueness.... if thats even a word.

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I like the film where he eats the enemy



Awch, wee dodds of glee the wee Sasshe's a bet awv a blawter ezz he nawt? :x
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