Talk:Killers

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M1014 and MP7

There is an MP7 in the trailer(car chase) and an M1014/M4 Benelli 90(fight with the dude with the M4A1) --Gran28 20:10, 8 May 2010 (UTC)

Trend

There seem to be alot of these action/romantic-comedies about couples thrust into dangerous situations this year. Date Night, The Bounty Hunter, Knight and Day, and now this. I have not seen any of these films and so am not making any comment on their quality, just simply pointing out the bizarrely specific follow-the-leader trend happening. -Anonymous

The trend that i started to notice it's of movies with ensambles cast like The Expendables, The Losers and Machete and The A-Team (2010). --Dillinger 16:51, 22 May 2010 (UTC)

Glock

How was the Glock 30 identified? From the image on the main article the weapon looks to be a compact rather than subcompact model as all of Ashton Kutcher's fingers are on the grip, and the bore is not clearly visible making calibre hard to distinguish. This, combined with IMFDB policy to treat all Glocks as 9mms until proven otherwise makes me question the identification.



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