To hell with the critics - most of the newspapers I read gae this one a bad rating, but I went to see it with the girlfriend and our friends, and it was a lot of fun. Gerard Butler has great comedic timing, and Jennifer Aniston continues to impress. Only issue is that the bad guy is completely forgettable, and the entire plot really doesn't make sense. But...still a fun date movie.
Originally posted by StaggerLeeI have no desire to see Jennifer Aniston play, well, Jennifer Aniston on a movie.
That about sums up my feelings on Aniston, who I only liked in Office Space because she wasn't her clingy, whiny self.
Broncolanche - you are spot on. That is the only movie she was in where I did not say out loud "Why the hell does she keep getting parts in these movies?". I know she is good looking (not my type though) but is she THAT much of a draw that she keeps getting these roles? I will never understand the countries love affair with her.
"Reward of trouble" is the story of Milo, a bounty hunter who gets the task of arresting and bringing to justice a woman who has committed a petty crime and was released on bail, but failed to appear at trial. If at first all seemed a breeze, ... Read more complicated situation when Milo realizes that the woman is actually his former wife, Cassidy Daley. The couple had a turbulent marriage and full of sparks, but devoid of passion. Although the new job does not require it to engage emotionally in its missions, Milo can not remain indifferent in front of Cassidy, and between the two conflicts break out a series of fun and an exchange of sarcastic replies. While Milo is trying unsuccessfully to an arrest, Cassidy plotting all sorts of ingenious tricks to escape. • During the event, Cassidy likely to fall in love again ex-husband ... Milo Boyd (Gerard Butler) once worked in the police, but was subsequently fired, and now barely handle the day to day is only an agent entrusted with the recovery of fugitives and suspects are at large.
Unexpectedly, however, Milo gets a promising task which will prove to be the mission of his life: his former wife, Nicole (Jennifer Aniston), who is a reporter at the Daily News, being on the trail of a story they want to publish, fails to reach a hearing in court which makes it become a crime. Milo and must now find her and bring her to justice.
At first, he thinks will win the reward money very easily, but when Nicole runs them through his fingers to trace a trail about a murder cover up, Milo realizes that will not go easily with the former consort.
It's strange....you LOOK like a spammer and/or autoposting robot (sorta cut'n'pasted, post resembles English but clearly isn't first language - if even known at all, username of the form "namenamenumber" and the biggest giveaway, IP address from Pakistan), but for the life of me I can't figure out where you've hidden your spam, or indeed what the previous assemblage of words even accomplishes, other than to confound.
Watching this season has been mostly a chore, save for a handful of pretty cool moments. The season isn’t *bad*, it’s just that it would’ve played so much better as a Season 3 or 4, not a Season 8. I’ve come to realize after 7.