THE BOUNTY HUNTER
Release Date: March 19, 2010
Starring: Jennifer Aniston, Gerard
Butler, Christine Baranski,
Jason Sudeikis, Adam rose,
Dorian Missick, and Matt
Genre: Romantic Comedy
Audience: Teenagers and adults
Runtime: 111 minutes
Distributor: Sony Pictures Entertainment
Director: Andy Tennant
Executive Producer: Wink Mordaunt, Ori Marmur,
Robyn Meisinger, Donald J.
Lee, Jr., and Ryan Kavanaugh
Producer: Neal H. Moritz
Writer: Sarah Thorp
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They eventually meet and rekindle their arguments from when they were married. Later, when the murder story turns dangerous, the two of them work well together to find the crooked cop. Then, Milo and Nicole rekindle their romance. They realize that they both contributed to their breakup and need to work harder at their relationship.
The comedy in BOUNTY HUNTER is pretty thin, but the movie is engaging. There are a few chuckles, and Aniston and Butler do a fun job of keeping the story light. There is very little that is compelling about the story, however. It’s light and nice, with a divorced couple getting back together and stopping the bad guy, but not brilliant.
One of the movie’s highlights is a terrific soundtrack with excellent song choices throughout. There is much foul language, however, as well as some sexual references and innuendoes, especially when Nicole is handcuffed to a bed. Also, Nicole’s mother is a nightclub singer who is often profane and sexual in her advice to Nicole.
For the movie’s negative content, extreme caution is required. Please see the CONTENT section above for more details.
The comedy in BOUNTY HUNTER is pretty thin, but the movie is engaging. There are a few chuckles. The two leads do a fun job keeping the story light. There is very little compelling about the story, however. It’s light and breezy, but not brilliant. One of the highlights is a terrific soundtrack with excellent song choices. But, there is much foul language and some lewd content, especially when Nicole is handcuffed to a bed. Also, Nicole’s mother is a foul-mouthed nightclub singer. Her advice to Nicole is often lewd. For the movie’s offensive content, extreme caution is required.