Jamie-Lynn Di Scala(Heidi Fleiss),"Death of a Dynasty",'03, showed her great acting skills in letting everyone see the two sides of being a CALL GIRL with lots of MONEY and more men than you can HANDLE!!
The most important problem from This Means War is its screenplay, which I found incredibly weak and predictable (if you don't guess during the first minutes which one of the two gallants will stay with the girl, you haven't seen any romantic comedy in your whole life).
The humor lacks of any spontaneity, the jokes are terribly predictable, and the performances are pathetic, specially Reese Witherspoon's, which feels so false and studied that I hated her character even more than the two gallants. There are various fights, chases and explosions, but everything is so uninspired that I wouldn't be surprised if editors Nicolas De Toth and Jesse Driebusch made a confusion with the reels and included in this film scenes from Mr. Smith, Knight and Day, Killers, or any other deplorable "action romantic comedy".
Her operation was broken up by Los Angeles police in 1993, and she eventually went to prison for income-tax evasion.
Over the years there have been many movies and TV films about the oldest profession, CALL GIRLS and MADAMS!!!
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. After principal photography had wrapped, director Mc G and his teams went to work film editing, music scoring, sound mixing, and putting the finishing touches on the movie's visual effects.
I found Charlie's Angels and its sequel amusing parodies of the action cinema; I liked Terminator Salvation for having found an interesting angle to the franchise; and We Are Marshall...well, that one was mediocre.
Anyway, I can't defend Mc G with This Means War, his most recent film, because it ended up being truly horrible.
Two CIA agents, Tuck and Frank who are also best friends, have been benched because someone's after them.
Tuck is divorced with a son whom he's not close to and Frank is a ladies man.
Later, during this post-production period, they would show the picture to select audiences to gauge reactions and fine-tune the film.