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All's Fair in Love & War
by Betty Jo Tucker

The film This Means War

follows three fun stars*

in a fast-paced romp

about love -- not wars.

 

Two spies fall in love

with the same hot girl.

They’re buddies who want

to give her a whirl.

 

Then let her decide

which one she will choose.

But she doesn’t know

which man to refuse.

 

Both guys have their strengths

and their flaws as well.

By choosing wisely,

she'll ring Cupid’s bell.

 

Of the spies’ low plans

she is not aware.

So when finding out,

will she think it’s fair?

 

If you like romance

mixed with spy stuff too,

plus buddy banter --

here’s a film for you.

 

(Released by Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation and rated “R” for some sexual content)

*Reese Witherspoon (cute as ever), Tom Hardy (surprisingly funny) and Chris Pine (enjoying the ride)

For more information about This Means War, go to the Internet Movie Data Base or Rotten Tomatoes website.


                                                                                                                                                                               
 
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