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Ashton Kutcher sure is handsome, but I mean come on... A CIA assassin? Please... you're better off watching Jonah Hill play ...
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Watch This Instead Reviews Killers
Hi! This is Mike from Thesubstream.com. This is an episode of Watch This Instead for the week in the fourth of June 2010. Are you excited? Can you feel it? The world getting a little bit more handsome with slightly tusked layer hair, can you smell it? Can you smell those pecks and buns and nice skin?
That’s right! The Kutch is back. Oh, Yeah! Fresh up and not very good. Valentine’s Day, Bobby the guardian spread and what happens in Vegas is super producer Ashton Kutcher with his new film Killers which also stars himself, Ashton Kutcher and Katherine Heigl. Heigel plays Jennifer Cornfield, a slightly nerdish though incredibly beautiful woman who vacations in Nice with her parents and falls in love with a CIA assassin, the incredibly handsome aforementioned Kutch machine, who she thinks is a corporate consultant doing downsizing work and she also somehow has no problem with that either as a character trait.
Kutcher’s character quits working with the CIA against the spooky threatening and vice of his handler and they immediately get married and moved to the suburbs where Kutcher’s character immediately becomes the boos-owner-founder and person that runs and incredibly successful real estate development firm where he drives a truck wearing a $200.00 white button on his shirt looking incredibly handsome.
But then, a whole bunch of people start trying to kill him. His past catching up to him and he has to explain to his wife that he used to be as an assassin and then he helps her to learn to be an assassin and they fight the bad guys together. She’s good. She is good in every scene. He is handsome and tall. He is very good at playing a lady’s man. He’s very good at being handsome and kind of charming in those scenes but the rest of the film wherein he has to play an international man of mystery, family man, whether has worries and troubles, not so much unfortunately.
If I was a producer of the film -- if I was producing Killers, I would have tasked somebody to little bit more edge, a little bit more -- someone who’s not completely handsome except Kutcher is the produces so he casts himself. So what should you watch instead, take a look at the casts of Killers.
Mutants -- super mutants from the future, from the possible ultimate timeline where everyone is completely handsome and beautiful and amazing looking. These are not normal people. These are genetic freaks. They were plucked out of normal lifehood by talent scouts who made them into models and then after they were models for a while, they became actors of varying levels of talent and they made a movie together that varies back and forth between vaguely pleasant and affably vacant. And then, when you're done looking at those people, take your time because they are very beautiful.
Look at the cast of another film that comes out today, Get Him to the Greek. These are some messed up looking dudes. Look at Puff Daddy’s head and then look at Jonah Hill’s this area. Looks like he’s wearing a meat scarf and take the second and look at Russell Brand’s face -- just the way that it shapes and if you had the drive, what kind of tools would you use?
These people did not get in the movie based on their looks. They got there because they’re all talented and all, including Puff Daddy, funny dudes. And, make a choice, do you want to see a movie that stars some pleasant handsome doing pleasant adventure or some funky ass looking weirdly shaped funny people doing fun? Choose well and go to Get Him to the Greek this day.