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That the romance between Lauren and Tuck or FDR doesn't ring true is not entirely the actress' fault however- for some inexplicable reason, the script has them falling in love over a private trapeze session at an amusement park and a private showcase of Gustav Klimt masterpieces at some warehouse.
Granted that a suspension of belief is de rigueur for most movies, but the leap of logic this Mc G live-action cartoon demands is just too absurd.
She later bumps into Frank and he hits on her and she goes out with him. When they learn that they're dating the same girl, they agree to let her choose.
But both can't help but use their skills to keep tabs on her and each other. In the ' Hong Kong' scene, at street level we can see the licence plates on cars have white lettering/numbering on a blue background.
Indeed, there is nothing that can be taken seriously about this loud, preposterous and utterly logic-less action comedy that requires that its audience to check every brain cell at the door just so they can watch two handsome hunky CIA agents go at each other to win the affections of the same girl.
That is the only catch of this lazily plotted movie from Timothy Dowling and Simon Kinberg- the former an actor turned writer who sadly demonstrates little of the subversive cleverness from his earlier ' Role Models' nor the broad but nonetheless inspired hilarity of ' Just Go With It'; and the latter an experienced hand at the genre (responsible for the studio's earlier hit ' Mr and Mrs Smith') enlisted to polish the banter and distract the audience from the glaring plot-holes.
Fortunately, there is genuine bromantic chemistry between the two actors Pine and Hardy, both of whom do their best with the trite material that doesn't do justice to their heretofore-unknown sharp comedic timing.
Or the one where Lauren accidentally shoots a paintball at Tuck's crotch while attempting to discharge its triggering mechanism?
Hong Kong cars have black-on-white at the front, and black-on-yellow at the rear.
In Fact, those car plates belong to Shanghai, according to the beginning "Hu" of the plates.
At no point do you care if Tuck or FDR get the girl, simply because either guy is just as shallowly drawn.
Ditto for the tired banter between Tuck and FDR, scripted without the wit nor the punch of Kinberg's ' Smith' or ' Sherlock Holmes'- in fact, the most memorable line is delivered by a fellow agent who tries politely to tell Tuck the night after FDR beds Lauren that the latter had 'entered the premises'.Two CIA agents, Tuck and Frank who are also best friends, have been benched because someone's after them.