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This week's reviewed movie is:
Bounty Hunter




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Bounty Hunter is just not very believable and tries to jerk tears from your eyes, but ends up saying corny lines about true love and moves on swiftly to more stupid, corny lines.

There's nothing remotely original or unpredictable about this dumb plot, and there's not enough humor for anything buy a few chuckles.

It looks like they just made a movie and then read the script.

It's another “by-the-numbers” romantic comedy with more action than romance or comedy.

Jennifer Aniston and Gerard Butler sleepwalk their way through another pathetic attempt to reconcile two ex's who probably should have stayed that way.

There are a few funny moments, but if you blink you'll probably miss them.

This romantic action comedy is centered around the interplay between the stars, Jennifer Aniston and Gerard Butler, and that's the way it should be.

But it seems the story revolves too much around dirty cops and faked suicides, and too often during the course of the movie they become the driving force.

I would have liked a more balanced mix of action, romance, and comedy.

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