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Caught The Bounty Hunter at Cineleisure!

April 24, 2010

Sometimes, we all need a break at the end of the week. So Calvin and I went down to Cathay Cineleisure to watch The Bounty Hunter last night! 😀

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We sat at the 2nd row because it was a last minute decision to catch the movie and well, thankfully sitting in the 2nd row from the front at Cathay wasn’t that bad. 🙂 The movie was really cute! I loved the chemistry between Gerard Butler and Jen Aniston. They make such a cute couple. But I must say the plot really was predictable and throughout the movie, I was just spoiling it for Calvin cos i was just literally predicting the plot to him. 😛

B- for the plot.

But definitely A* for the acting. Jennifer Aniston hasn’t lost her comedic touch since Friends. Totally loved her facial expressions, which say a thousand words. Gerard Butler played his macho, gambling addict-cum-ex-police officer character well. Surprisingly no irish accent from How To Train Your Dragon. hahaha.. He reminds me a lot of Russell Crowe but he can definitely do love comedies better.

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Need I say more that she looked hawt in the same simple get up she was in for 3/4 of the movie??  Love the hair. 😀 Oh gosh, that was something I felt was such a pity! I only saw her in 1 outfit and 1 grandmother dress. Haha.. well, that’s simply cos.. the movie’s plot takes place in over 48hours. Not that we usually wear 3 outfits in a day do we?

Overall, movie’s a good date movie. A feel-good movie that tells you sometimes, at the end of the day, love is mysterious and comes back around even when you both missed it the first time.

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On the sideline: Can’t wait to catch Sex in The City 2!!! Just saw a sneak peek trailer. SJP is my ultimate fashion icon/role model!  I really can’t wait to see the clothes she and the girls are going to wear in the movie! Yeah~!

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