Mr. & Mrs. Smith (2005)

PG-13   |    |  Action, Comedy, Crime

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A bored married couple is surprised to learn that they are both assassins hired by competing agencies to kill each other.

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  • Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie in Mr. & Mrs. Smith (2005)
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  • Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie in Mr. & Mrs. Smith (2005)
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11 June 2005 | joestank15
| Skip it. You'll be happier and smarter for doing so.
A wife (Angelina Jolie) and husband (Brad Pitt), both with secret identities as hit-men, are given contracts to kill each other. This movie has some genuine laughs, but just does not work. It is incredibly implausible and silly. While this is not normally a problem (I thrive on silly movies) the movie ultimately fails when it tries to up the drama factor. How can this be taken seriously? Two people, one named Jane Doe, the other John Smith, marry each other spontaneously while not being the least bit suspicious of each other's backgrounds? Even if I wasn't a trained assassin, I would be suspicious. Stu-pid. And it takes them 5-6 years to figure this out? Stu-pider. The acting is fine. Brad plays Brad (and he's done it well over the years) Angelina plays herself. There are a few funny moments supplied mostly by Vince Vaughn, and when Brad and Angeline are trying to conceal their secret identities and later when they try to kill each other (spousal abuse is funny!), but eventually it reclines back into every unmemorable action movie you've ever seen. The bullets become ignorable because there's no way the stars'll die (Even the Terminator was more destructible). You know how the plot ends. Bor-ing. This gets a C

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