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About ROH522155

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  • Birthday 07/31/1994

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  1. The Red Sox did it. Why not us?

    1. Tank 92

      Tank 92

      That's right. The bats need to wake up!

  2. My opinion on Expendables 3: This post will look awfully familiar to anybody who frequents Orioles Hangout. This movie is getting a bad rap on the internet, and it also had a leak that allowed thousands of people to download it illegally. However, I saw it last night and loved it. Keep in mind that I may be an Expendables/Stallone fanboy, but I honestly cannot see how some people are calling it terrible. If you love 80's action movies, then you should love this movie. It was bad butt and it was funny as hell at the same time. Obviously it did have a few problems though. Annunciation was a problem with a couple of lines and it can be hard to understand Stallone sometimes anyways. Statham even makes a joke about this in the movie. Also, this installment is rated PG-13 so it's not as bloody/gory as the first two. There are some unrealistic scenes but that is to be expected in movies like this. The acting from some of the younger cast members is not great, but Ronda Rousey and Victor Ortiz are professional fighters so you can;t expect too much out of them when they don't have too much acting experience. I thought the good far outweighed the bad however. Mel Gibson was outstanding as the bad guy. Probably better than Van Damme in Expendables 2 actually. Harrison Ford was a great substitution for Bruce Willis' character. A lot of people questioned Kelsey Grammar's inclusion in the film, but he delivered two of my favorite lines in the movie. Both had me laughing my butt of for next the 10 minutes of the movie. Speaking of laughs, Antonio Banderas was also hilarious. He provided a lot of comic relief but was also pretty bad butt at the same time. Overall, this movie was very entertaining and anybody who grew up loving Sly, Arnold, Gibson, Snipes, and all these guys should absolutely love this movie. Don't listen to movie critics. See this movie and form your own opinion! I promise you'll be entertained at the very least!
  3. So close to the new season!

  4. Happy opening day everybody! The greatest game there is! Football is a close second :) Let's go O's!

    1. PurplePassion824


      Go O's! Can't wait.

    2. OriolesMagicPlease


      Same to you! Unfortunately Tillman didn't make it to the 6th inning. :( Go O's!

  5. I can't wait for the new season of Psych.
  6. I don't know if this has been talked about, but I loved The Expendables 2. But I am also a big Stallone/80's action movie guy. All the cheesy one liners are right up my alley haha. It was action packed and funny as hell at the same time.
  7. Anybody seen The Good Son with Macauley Culkin and Elijah Wood? I saw it last night and I enjoyed it. It's a good thriller and is disturbing but in a good way
  8. And why not?
  9. Don't know if this has been mentioned but Titanic 3D was quite good. Same movie obviously but I thought the 3D worked well.
  10. That movie is sickening...
  11. Snake Plissken is now on my list of favorite movie characters. Snake rules!
  12. Anyone ever seen Escape From New York with Kurt Russell? It's another Carpenter flick and it's quite entertaining if you ask me. Young Kurt Russell was a boss haha
  13. I enjoyed it a lot. I love Carpenter's Halloween, The Fog, The Thing, and Precinct. All Good stuff....I really hated that one dude for shooting the little girl though that was brutal
  14. I may be late by like 30 years haha but I'm about to watch John Carpenter's Assault on Precinct 13...I'm a big Carpenter fan so I'm expecting good things