The Bounty Hunter

The Bounty Hunter


An action-romance-comedy from the director of Hitch, pairing Jennifer Aniston with Gerard Butler.... More

Milo (Butler), a down-on-his-luck bounty hunter, gets his dream job when he is assigned to track down his bail-jumping ex-wife, reporter Nicole (Aniston). He thinks it's an easy payday but when Nicole gives him the slip so she can chase a lead on a murder cover-up, the chase is on and Milo realises nothing ever goes simply with him and Nicole. Soon, Nicole's snooping angers the wrong people and they both find themselves running for their lives.Hide

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Um, I spent money...sat through the whole flick...ya see I'm physically disabled...its hard to go to movies, sitting, standing up, struggling with elbow crutches in dim lit theatres...I wondered if I piss myself should I blame my disability, or "The Bounty Hunter"? The only way I could stop my weewees was by repeatedly saying "piss off", funny that.


Nothing new, predictable plot. An easy watch. Should have waited for it to come out on DVD.

Looks hilairious. Good trailer

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  • This dire battle-of-the-exes action-comedy severely tests audience goodwill by running an indulgent 110 minutes, crammed as it is with half-baked thriller subplots and aimless supporting characters, as if to distract from the central duo's nonstop bickering. Full Review

  • Disappointing, frequently dull and painfully unfunny romcom that's let down by a badly written script, obnoxious characters and a total lack of chemistry between Butler and Aniston. Full Review