Wow, you are a tough crowd
I like Seagal's kind of crunch-slap-splat stuff, but i do think he became a one trick pony very quickly. I thought Snipes best work was in Blade 2, and I loved it.
I have always liked the frenetic quality of Jackie Chans movies, and the fact that he always puts imagination into his work. (the 'Singing in the Rain' scene in Shanghai Knights' is just poetry, and his fight against Urquidez in 'Wheels on meals' is one of the greatest movie fights of all time IMO).
I also like the use of Kali in The Hunted- brutal and efficient.
But if I am honest, the form of fighting that transfers most consistently to Film is boxing. Raging Bull, The Rocky movies, Undisputed, Streets of Gold etc, are by far the most successful at triggering an emotive response from the audience.
Wushu wire work is awesome, but it doesnt make you care about the outcome. There is a visceral quality to boxing that puts it a cut above in my eyes.