This Means War could have passed for a feel good corny romance- but it wasn't even that. It was every trope I wanted the burn in the Mayan Apocalypse and more.
Frankly, this was the biggest waste of time I've spent my holiday season doing. I could have been knitting scarves for my grandmother, but NOPE, I just have to watch Reese Witherspoon whining about how she can't decide between two guys.
The basis of the movie is pretty much…
I should have stopped at "From the makers of Paranormal Activity."
This was a waste of my precious money and time on Earth that I could have been using to further human kind.
Most of the movie was just freaking unrealistic (see Dirk Hasselman's review for this- I don't feel like reiterating) and- ugh.
Excuse me as I wash out my eyeballs with Clorox.
There are only two reasons you would watch this:
1) You a very practical masochist.
2) You have been reduced join the cesspit of other screaming Twilight fans.
Seriously. I like the books, even though everyone says they're awful. I mean, they have a certain charm to them. But really.
WHAT HAS HAPPENED TO THE QUALITY OF BOOK TO MOVIE MOVIES?
/end caps lock rage.
It's hard to like a movie when you've read the book and fangirled over it. However, I think that this movie was a good conclusion to the Harry Potter movie franchise.
However, the reason I bumped the rating down from 5 stars to 4 would be because of THE ENDING. I don't know about you, but that's not the way I would have reacted. If you watch this movie, you'll know what I'm talking about.