Lindsay Lohan is charming and adorable as usual and shows a good chemistry with Chris Pine making this movie work.
Further, the story has no villain and all the characters are nice.
Or Tom Hardy, I think, has it -- this ability to inflict incredible violence in the blink of an eye, but then also to cry and to show great vulnerability.
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After graduation, he was back in Los Angeles, netting a handful of TV guest star roles before his first big break: 2004’s , opposite Anne Hathaway. “One reviewer said, ‘He’s a Rob Lowe lookalike with the charisma of a David Hasselhoff.’ I’ll take the Rob Lowe lookalike, that’s fine.
But I remember the charisma part really fucking well.
He’s the kind of smart you have to hustle to keep up with.
The kind of smart that seems unfair, given the fact that he’s also a keenly talented actor who stares at you so sincerely with those blue eyes while spitting out 50-point Scrabble words.It’s possible that Pine’s success is in part a fluke of timing.He’s come into the prime of his leading man potential just as action movies—still the gold standard for a box office–driven industry obsessed with drawing young men into its clutches—seem to be getting more intelligent, even if they cycle through the same archetypal territories of daddy issues, best-buddy bromances, and reluctant heroism.“You take someone like a Bruce Willis or a Charles Bronson -- the definition of masculinity there becomes about the ability to inflict violence, take revenge, take what’s yours,” he says.“I’m thinking in my mind about Clint Eastwood squinting with the gun in ].It might have said ‘not even half the charisma of a David Hasselhoff.’ I don’t know why we’re programmed this way, but all I remember is the nasty shit.