The Bounty Hunter: Instant Chemistry

thebountyhunterThere’s no denying that Jennifer Aniston and Gerard Butler have great chemistry going on in their new romantic comedy, The Bounty Hunter. Butler plays Milo Boyd, a down-on-his-luck bounty hunter who gets his dream job when he is assigned to track down his bail-jumping ex-wife, reporter Nicole Hurly (Aniston). He thinks he’s guaranteed an easy payday, but when Nicole gives him the slip so she can chase a lead on a murder cover-up, Milo realizes that nothing is simple when it comes to his relationship with Nicole. The exes continually one-up each other–until they find themselves on the run for their lives.

Tribute’s Bonnie Laufer caught up with Jennifer and Gerard in New York to talk about their instant chemistry.

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  1. tributegirl • March 19, 2010 @ 4:51 PM

    I’ve heard nothing good about this movie, won’t be seeing it.

  2. J.B. • March 19, 2010 @ 6:25 PM

    Because basing your life’s decisions on what other people think is a smart thing to do…

  3. tributegirl • March 20, 2010 @ 10:50 AM

    I’m hardly basing my “life’s decisions” on what other people think, arsehole, I’ve heard nothing good about this movie, it sounds lame to me, so I won’t be wasting my time or money on it.

  4. Karmen • March 20, 2010 @ 4:44 PM

    I’ve seen a few clips and I ABSOLUTELY LOVE IT, I’m definitely seeing it!!! And probably not just once. 😀

  5. J.B. • March 20, 2010 @ 5:24 PM

    @ tributegirl :: So, I guess you mean to say you’ve “seen” nothing good about this movie? I heard nothing good about Alice In Wonderland either, but I still went to see it and I enjoyed it very much. You can listen to what other people say about it, but just don’t develop an opinion based on what they say. Base your opinions on your own experiences.

  6. tributegirl • March 20, 2010 @ 5:27 PM

    Ok, I’ve neither “seen” nor “heard” anything good about it, is that good enough for you? I won’t be seeing it, I am not interested in seeing it, is that good enough for you? Or maybe I should go see it because you think I should?
    Forget it, not interested, not going to see it.

  7. allie • March 20, 2010 @ 8:47 PM

    Just saw The Bounty Hunter and loved it. The theatre was packed. I was very surprised after reading critics reviews. I should of known better. Loved seeing these two together. Would of liked to of had a little more romance. Will settle for this for now. Way to go Jen and Gerry!

  8. K Jenns • March 20, 2010 @ 10:09 PM

    I’ve seen the previews and looks like a good laugh. Besides…..I don’t care about the reviews…..I would see ANYTHING with Gerard Butler…! YUP, I’m one of those FANS. Can’t help it……

  9. mandee • March 21, 2010 @ 1:31 AM

    J.B. on March 20, 2010 5:24 PM i agree with you, but i dont see why you have any business being rude to someone based on their reasoning for not seeing a movie. the only part i agree with is not letting other peoples opinions be the reason you dont do/see something. i see tributegirls point, she would know what she would like and wouldnt like, after all she knows what movies she enjoys. she doesnt have to justify herself or her choices to anyone. i know what movies i will and will not like, which is why stupid movies like austin powers and bruno is it? will never be viewed by me.

    in response to this : i will see this movie, mainly because i love jennifer aniston and i am in love with gerard butler. i havent saw a movie with either in it that i havent liked.

  10. J.B. • March 21, 2010 @ 3:37 PM

    @ mandee :: Aside from my original comment to her, which part of it was ‘rude’? Just because something isn’t ‘apologetic’ doesn’t mean it defaults to ‘rude’. I was taking the middle road. A compromise based on a potential misunderstanding. It was her decision to blow it out of proportion in her response to me, rather than take it at face value. I take zero responsibility for other peoples’ actions unless I’m supposed to be leading them. I was, in fact, giving her some advice that would benefit her in every aspect of her life. Just because I give it to her, doesn’t mean she’s obligated to take it. See where I’m coming from yet?

  11. liza • March 21, 2010 @ 7:30 PM

    movie was not great. it had few humor in it other than that nothing new from Jennifer Aniston’s other flicks.

  12. mandee • March 21, 2010 @ 8:38 PM

    J.B. on March 21, 2010 3:37 PM i wasnt referring to just the comment you made after the first one, i was referring to all of your comments and i never said you should be “apologetic” but you definitely shouldnt down talk someone because they choose not to see a movie. lol, what a sad thing to fight with someone over. “It was her decision to blow it out of proportion in her response to me” you were blatantly RUDE to her because she said she didnt want to see the movie, she had every right to be rude back. “I was, in fact, giving her some advice that would benefit her in every aspect of her life” you dont know tributegirl outside of this article, so i highly doubt your words of wisdom ? (if thats what you choose to call it?) would be of any help to a fully grown adult woman lol. think logically, she got this far without you bossing her around, why would she need you to stray her in the “right” direction now? im sure she is more than content with her life, or else she would have changed her decisions without waiting for you to TELL her to. i dont care where youre coming from, no need to be rude to her over something that wasnt going to affect (or effect?) you in the first place. did you lose money or sleep because she didnt want to see this movie? im sorry if you did lol.

  13. mandee • March 21, 2010 @ 8:42 PM

    also (sorry i left this out, had to check my supper it smelled like it was burning) are you basically implying that tributegirl should have shut her mouth and let you be rude to her if she didnt like what you had to say? because if thats what you ARE saying then tell me this, what makes you think you had the right to open your big mouth because you didnt like something she had to say? “See where Im coming from yet?”

  14. mandee • March 22, 2010 @ 11:04 AM

    i sure meant steer not stray.

  15. J.B. • March 22, 2010 @ 11:31 AM

    @ mandee :: There’s a difference between trying to help somebody, being “holier than thou”. My first comment to tributegirl was rude. My second comment, however, was directed at the way she worded why she wasn’t going to see the movie, which you agreed with. It had nothing to do with defending the movie, and had everything to do with offering her some advice that would benefit her. I apologize to tributegirl for my first comment, because I admit that may have coloured the later comments the wrong way. I do not, however, apologize for trying to help a complete stranger.

  16. mandee • March 22, 2010 @ 4:03 PM

    once again, i never stated you should apologize, but next time try wording things without coming off so hostile and demanding and perhaps your advice will be taken more seriously. and who was “holier than thou”?

  17. tributegirl • March 22, 2010 @ 4:03 PM

    Thanks, J.B. but I don’t need your “help”, I’m doing just fine. Actually, I don’t do what other people suggest I do, not in any way, I do what I want to do, I’ve heard/seen nothing good about this movie and do not wish to waste my time/money on it. My choice. I dance to the beat of my own drum, thank you very much.

  18. tributegirl • March 22, 2010 @ 4:06 PM

    Thanks mandee, I took his comment to be hostile and demanding as well, almost like “don’t listen to what other people tell you, listen to what I tell you”. I do listen to what people tell me, I get my info from all kinds of sources, then I make my OWN decisions.

  19. mandee • March 22, 2010 @ 5:52 PM

    any time. it just seems like such a lame way to live, expecting everyone to do what you tell them and take your advice all the time.

  20. silver • March 23, 2010 @ 4:12 PM

    Wow, you people are looking for trouble where it doesn’t exist. I don’t see where JB was rude at all. He just made a joke in the first one, and everything else was fair game. He didn’t say listen to him and not anyone else. Mandee and tributegirl were much ruder to him in their posts.

    Tributegirl, if you make your own decisions and don’t listen to other people, then why did you say “Ive heard nothing good about this movie, wont be seeing it.” That definitely sounds like you were basing your decision on other people not liking it. If that wasn’t your reason, why say it? And why not say what your reason is?

  21. mandee • March 24, 2010 @ 1:50 AM

    silver, i wasnt that rude to jb actually, he/she was hostile towards someone over something ridiculous. if you thought i was rude, i dont see how you can find jbs comment to be a “joke”.

  22. Moe • March 24, 2010 @ 9:00 PM

    You all need to smoke a big gagger and relax!!! LMAO Well at least you gave me my giggle for the day!! LOL

  23. mandee • March 25, 2010 @ 2:26 AM

    what can i say? i aim to please 😛

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