Two top CIA spies (Star Trek's Chris Pine and Inception's Tom Hardy) find their enduring friendship put to the ultimate test when they engage in an all-out war to win the affections of a beautiful woman (Reese Witherspoon). Chelsea Handler and Til Schweiger co-star in a comedy co-written by Simon Kinberg (Sherlock Holmes) and Timothy Dowling (Role Models) and directed by McG (Charlie's Angels, Terminator Salvation). ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
Charming performances by Chris Pine and Tom Hardy cannot save another tired Reese Witherspoon vehicle. Oscar winners Halee Berry, Witherspoon and Renee Zellweger have not made one redeamable film since winning their Oscar's. Talk about overrated. Their careers make Cher's look like Katherine Hepburn's. All four of them did not deserve to win, and robbed some very fine actresses of their maybe one big chance. The Oscar "curse" reigns supreme with this trifle a good example of an actresses' career now on the skids. Coming up on Witherspoon's heels is Charlize Theron, although she is decididly a much better actress.
This is a somewhat predictable both guys do everything they can to date or fall in love with the same girl. It's mildly amusing with a one dimensional plot.
Chelsea Handler is basically doing her act. Reese is doing a mediocre performance. The two male leads lack chemistry together, with Reese, and general audience appeal.
You can watch it, though there is much better out there.