Thursday, May 19, 2011

This again

Below, the new(er) trailer for "Friends With Benefits." Might as well be right upfront about this: YES, it is in fact kinda funny that Mila Kunis has made a movie with an identical premise to a Natalie Portman movie from a few months ago.



Eh, can't say it doesn't look funny. A big plus is Timberlake - guy has turned out to be a crazy-good onscreen talent, especially in comedies.

6 comments:

TheAlmightyNarf said...

I can't help bit think this would'a been a better movie with Andy Sandberg and Emma Stone in the lead roles, with Justine Timberlake and Mila Kunis being the ex's who only show up for a couple minutes in the beginning of the movie.

Psyckid008 said...

Wait a minute.
Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis were both in Black Swan.
They both go on to make movies with identical plots.
Mila Kunis was in that 70s show with Ashton Kutcher.
Ashton Kutcher was in No Strings attached with Natalie Portman.
No Strings Attached is also an 'N Sync album.
Justin Timberlake as in 'N Sync.
Justin Timberlake is in Friends With Benefits.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kdhhQhqi_AE

Blue Highwind said...

Why couldn't they have just combined these two movies together into a single movie where Mila Kunis and Natalie Portman just have sex for 90 minutes? That actually sounds watchable.

Aaron said...

I disagree. I've never been into lesbian porn except for heavy kissing. However, a movie where Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis are double teaming one guy (especially if it was a pov movie) would be an oscar winner.

xXx The Beast xXx said...

Looking forward to it...if only for Timberlake and Harrelson. Love both of them.

seraphmaclay said...

"No Strings Attached" was a good movie. Ivan Reitman did great work with it and the casting was good, especially with the timing of "Black Swan" right before it...but, something about "Friends with Benefits" actually looks overall better. I guess we'll see though.

Here's what I'm wondering though...how long until we see a mash-up trailer of all three films centered around the female leads?