This Means War 2012

Two of the world’s top secret agents are best friends who never let anything come between them - until they inadvertently fall for the same woman. It’s all-out war between them, as the two spies battle each other with high-tech surveillance, advanced tactics,…
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Sexual references, action violence and coarse language

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Two of the world’s top secret agents are best friends who never let anything come between them - until they inadvertently fall for the same woman. It’s all-out war between them, as the two spies battle each other with high-tech surveillance, advanced tactics, and an arsenal capable of bringing down a small country, while simultaenously dealing with an international arms dealer. At the same time, she struggles with the difficult task of choosing between two very different, but equally attractive romantic propositions.

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100mins

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  • Under covers – This Means War Review

    The creative team behind spy comedy This Means War might need to take a leaf out of the most recent Mission: Impossible’s book and initiate ‘Ghost Protocol’; they’ll no doubt need to drop off the g...

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Member Reviews

  • I didn't think I'd enjoy this movie but it was far better than the other movies sent

    Ian
  • I forgot that I'd seen this one before until I started watching it. Just as good the second time around. Would recommend.

  • That was a disappointment. There was a little action and very little comedy. In fact the comedy was only slightly amusing. And I don't think there was any romance at all.

    Ray
  • Just ok, because Reece is pleasing on the eye. It was all I expected from the synopsis.

  • I loved the irreverent humour in this movie, and the rapport between the main cast was great. I personally thought Reese was good in this, although I'm not a huge fan - and Chris and Tom were fantastic, as well as having a cool bromance

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