The Bounty Hunter screening by Advertlets

Another comedy! Yay for me!

The Bounty Hunter aims to please; with 2 good looking leads, a smatter of lame & original jokes plus a whole lot of banter of sparring spouses with sleuth work that makes up for 1 hr and 50mins of brainless entertainment.

Admittedly, it has a tangled storyline that is madcap and UN- delightful. And throughout the show, my eyes were glued mostly to Jennifer’s legs. She really has the pins I tell you…

Toned, smooth & slim. I swear I’m running again every morning after this….



Here’s what the plot of The Bounty Hunter is:

Milo Boyd (Gerard Butler) is an ex-police officer now working as a bounty hunter. His ex-wife Nicole (Jennifer Aniston), a busy career girl journalist inexplicably obsessed with a recent suicide, misses her court date because a local bartender/ informant vaguely tells her he has information about the case she‘s working on. This missed court date prompts her bail bondsman (Jeff Garlin) to send her ex-husband after her, which is pretty convenient for Milo since a rogue bounty hunter is after him because of gambling debts he’s accrued.

Nicole’s famous singer mother Kitty (Christine Baranskishe’s the only watchable character in this movie) tells Milo Nicole is in Atlantic City; so, he follows, followed closely by a lovestruck coworker of Nicole’s (Jason Sudeikis) who is mistakenly followed by rogue bounty hunters who mistakenly think he’s Milo.

They’re followed by Earl (Redfoot from The Usual Suspects), a tattoo artist and former police officer who has kidnapped the local bartender/ informant. Milo and Nicole play craps at a local casino, a bad move considering Milo’s gambling problem. He gets tasered; she steals a rickshaw; illogical timewasters ensue. They remain out of love as they romp through tired, clichéd schemes until falling back in love with reckless abandon.

Scruffy, huggable & so likeable Gerald Butler….too bad about the thin plot. He is a good actor.


The Bounty Hunter.

Starring: Jennifer Aniston, Gerard Butler, Giovanni Perez, Joel Garland

Director: Andy Tennant
Studio: Sony Pictures Entertainment


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