baklash 1337 wrote:I streamed "Mama" with my buddy online. It wasn't fantastic, but it wasn't bad either. Screenplay and acting had some substance, and it was a great movie until near the end when it just got confusing. Thankfully, it wasn't very predictable either, but in a way that it won't really make much sense until you either watch it again or discuss it with someone. The first half of the movie is mysteriously creepy, but by the time you're two-thirds in, it produces downright scary sequences non-stop. Ultimately, it left me pretty satisfied and unwilling to ever adopt a child.
I give "Mama" a thumbs up. Go watch it when it comes out on DVD or Netflix.
When it flashed back to when Mama seized her child from the nuns, did it seem to any of you that she had some kind of supernatural or demonic powers while she was a human? I mean, when she stabbed the nun with the railroad spike, the wound turned black. Then the baby's face turned black when Mama touched it before she dove off the cliff. Not to mention that Mama was also very deformed and disgusting looking to begin with, as seen in the flashback.
timbuktoo wrote:are you kidding it totally exists. james bond had one.
link236 wrote:We're really not "ASGI" lovers on this forum. We're just like any other airsoft forum, but we happened to be called the "ASGI forums."
apoctank wrote:Olympus has fallen. And it was a little disappointing. Gerard Butler was a badass as usual, and a lot of the CQB action was pretty entertaining. However, most of the large scale scenes were ridiculously over the top and unrealistic, like the C-130 that magically sprouts 4 auto tracking miniguns with seemingly unlimited ammo, or the SAM sites built into the white house. Also, intervals, intervals, intervals. Among other things. Overall it was entertaining, and worth it since I didn't have to pay for my ticket
APS might as well stand for "A Piece of Sh*t".
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