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Check out 9 minutes of Tom Hardy and Chris Pine spying on Reese Witherspoon in this preview for This Means War

Feb. 2, 2012by: Niki Stephens
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Are you one of those people wondering if you should see THIS MEANS WAR on Valentine's Day? You've probably been thinking, "Okay, this has Tom Hardy and Chris Pine, so it's hard to say no...but it also looks like a corny chick flick trying to appeal to guys".

Well, if you need the extra convincing, here are 9 minutes of the movie. After watching, it's definitely something I will be checking out when it arrives via Netflix. I had a hard time watching Reese Witherspoon sing "This is How We Do It". I got really bad secondhand embarrassment.

Check it out below and tell us what you think!

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2:51PM on 02/03/2012
This looks suprisingly decent. As a male though, I can't be seen watching this at the threatre on my own.
This looks suprisingly decent. As a male though, I can't be seen watching this at the threatre on my own.
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12:36AM on 02/03/2012

Reversal of Fortune

I hate to admit it, but I might go see that shit.
I hate to admit it, but I might go see that shit.
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12:03AM on 02/03/2012
Free ticket movie Tuesday.
Free ticket movie Tuesday.
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11:39PM on 02/02/2012

Tom Hardy fans should watch "The Take"

This looks okay in a pleasantly diverting way, but it's kind of a bummer to see Hardy following Bronson, Inception, Warrior and (soon) Batman with passable rom-com dross. This is the second time, by the way, McG has stolen 'it' actors from better directors -- he explicitly stated that he got Bale for Terminator Salvation because he wanted Batman for his movie, he got Worthington for the same film after hearing that Cameron had chosen him for Avatar (and it hadn't been released yet, but had been
This looks okay in a pleasantly diverting way, but it's kind of a bummer to see Hardy following Bronson, Inception, Warrior and (soon) Batman with passable rom-com dross. This is the second time, by the way, McG has stolen 'it' actors from better directors -- he explicitly stated that he got Bale for Terminator Salvation because he wanted Batman for his movie, he got Worthington for the same film after hearing that Cameron had chosen him for Avatar (and it hadn't been released yet, but had been in production long before T:Salvation). Now he's gone after Hardy, presumably after reading that Nolan had gotten him for the next Dark Knight film. You gotta give him props for trying, or being opportunistic. One of the two. Maybe both.

BTW, check out a British miniseries called "The Take" if you're a fan of Hardy. He's a bit over-the-top in it in a scenery-chewing fashion, but has a vicious, De Niro-esque attitude. Really frightening to watch. Anyone doubting the intimidation factor of Bane should just watch the scene in that where he bashes a much taller man's head through a television set.
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1:44AM on 02/03/2012
"The Take", "Bronson", and "Warrior" have proven to me that Tom Hardy is not one to be fucked with. "The Take" was insane! Just when you didn't think they would go there, they did. Well done miniseries.
"The Take", "Bronson", and "Warrior" have proven to me that Tom Hardy is not one to be fucked with. "The Take" was insane! Just when you didn't think they would go there, they did. Well done miniseries.
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