This Means War ReviewCast
: Reese Witherspoon, Tom Hardy, Chris PineDirector
: Craig Brewer Genre
: Drama, Comedy, Action, Romance Rated
: MRunning Time
: 98 minutesSynopsis
: Two of the world's top secret agents are best friends who never let anything come between them - until they inadvertently fall for the same woman. It's all-out war between them, as the two spies battle each other with high-tech surveillance, advanced tactics, and an arsenal capable of bringing down a small country. At the same time, she struggles with the difficult task of choosing between two very different, but equally attractive romantic propositions. Verdict
: This Means War is an action packed comedy romance - yes it's all genres in one thoroughly entertaining film. The attractive and high quality cast are able to draw you into their reality, ensuring that your eyes never leave the screen.
Two of the government's best covert agents (Tom Hardy, Chris Pine) meet the lovely Lauren (Reese Witherspoon) and both begin dating her, once both agents come to realise they have both fallen for the same woman, they play a little game, entertaining audiences with who can win over the lovely Lauren.
Of course, with two agents it's bound to become extremely competitive and audiences may be fooled into believing they're watching two kids, in a playground, fighting over candy. However the plot thickens as the movie progresses and the romantic chase is intertwined with the action of catching the 'bad guys'.
Overall This Means War is a exciting and fulfilling film, perfect for all audiences.Rating
Jordan RizkallahRelease Date
: February 14th, 2012
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