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    Gerard Butler Gets The Drop On Jennifer Aniston

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    Gerard Butler Gets The Drop On Jennifer Aniston

    Post  Admin on Fri Jul 10, 2009 8:18 pm

    http://www.radaronline.com/exclusives/2009/07/gerard-butler-gets-drop-jennifer-aniston

    In their new movie, Gerard Butler plays a bounty hunter whose latest fugitive target turns out to be his ex-wife Jennifer Aniston. The pair is on location in Queens, New York where this getaway scene was shot.

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    Gerard's managed to track Jen down and he has her handcuffed to the inside of his pick-up truck for the trip to a police station. She tries to get control of the steering wheel...he rolls the truck...she almost gets away but is still attached to a piece of the truck door when Gerard pulls out his handy six-shooter!

    It's all in a days work even if the plot does sound a little like Mr. & Mrs. Smith.


    Like the concept of MAMS was so original.

    http://www.cinemablend.com/reviews/Mr-and-Mrs-Smith-986.html


    "Putting the two sexiest humans on the planet in the same movie is a no-brainer, and with Bourne Identity director Doug Liman at the helm there was no way Mr. and Mrs. Smith was going to be terrible. However, though screenwriter Simon Kinsberg’s script scores with sharp, witty dialogue that plays nimbly off the great chemistry between the film’s physically stunning leads, the story itself never quite goes far enough to lift the film beyond the realm of fun and forgettable.

    The premise is simple enough: think War of the Roses meets True Lies......."

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