Review: This Means War

Two top CIA operatives wage an epic battle against one another after they discover they are dating the same woman.

Two guys one girl, and both of them are top notch action spies with all the tools of the CIa under their command. These two team mates are after a top criminal that they sort of mess up and kill his brother so they are suspended and stay at their desk. During this time they contemplate their personal lives, not satisfied with it until they met the perfect woman and it turns out to be the same woman and they use every tool they have to win her over, and especially the tools provided by the CIA. Entertaining and short movie, if you have time its fun to watch and has its funny filthy moments.

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Review: From Paris With Love

In Paris, a young employee in the office of the US Ambassador hooks up with an American spy looking to stop a terrorist attack in the city. Rhys Meyers plays the James Reece the secretary of the Ambassador also moonlighting as the helper of the special ops, doing odd jobs and their paper work. Until he is introduced to Wax (Travolta), a nut case with a gun who is given a mission to take care of and Reece is his partner on this machine. They go on to blow up places, shoot people, take drugs and Reece doesn’t have a clue whats going on. Travolta’s charisma with this character is fantastic, he is just as funny as he is insane, a bad guy who is doing the dirty work for the right reasons and dragging his partner along. An entertaining movie with a slightly more serious plot towards the end, but still fun.

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