Reese witherspoon online dating movie
This isn’t just another romantic comedy that’s neither funny nor romantic it’s almost the direct opposite of those qualities. Lauren (Reese Witherspoon) is having trouble meeting the right guy and so her sister Trish (Chelsea Handler) puts up an online profile for her in the hope of catching the right guy. The charm of the cast helps off-set the complete failure of the horrendous script and the lackluster eye of its director, but it’s not enough.Although I respect her for wanting to do more romantic/family oriented movies because of her daughter, I don't think even she realizes how amazing she was playing this role...Nicole walker is the average 16 year old girl; wants to have fun, and dreams of her Prince Charming. At the center of “This Means War,” poor Reese Witherspoon is poised, playing Lauren, a perky single woman who meets two hunks through an online dating service.Witherspoon and her co-stars, Chris Pine and Tom Hardy, have an average age of 33.33, and that's how old they look, 33.33-ish.
Reese Witherspoon has never made a better movie than Freeway...
Dan Stevens stars and Hawley is one of the executive producers.
If there’s anything I hate more than a stupid action comedy, it’s an incompetent stupid action comedy. These two guys both work for the CIA, with their desks facing each other. I could comprehend this story gimmick in a movie involving 16-year-olds.
Lauren is obviously only the nexus for their plexus.
When Nicole met David; handsome, charming, affectionate, he was everything.