FRIENDS WITH BENEFITS movie review

companionship, sex and love realized when everything ends displayed in Sony Pictures' new romantic comedy Friends with Benefits starring Justin Timberlake and Mila Kunis. opening on September 28 2011 at Philippine theaters nationwide.

you may be lost in a strange streets of New York but there is a person willing to help you out. newbie in New York Dylan (Justin Timberlake) is a blogger getting hired in top lifestyle GQ as a creative director, thanks to head hunter Jamie (Mila Kunis). she also has opened his eyes to the streets of New York and its lifestyle. in return, Dylan has to retain in this new job in order for her to get her bonus. both of them would benefit holding on and hanging on to each other.

clashing two people from different coasts, they experience each other's worlds -- and bodies -- which tied them closely together. plainly sex and nothing else, they agreed simply. notice rear exposures by Mila Kunis and Justin Timberlake for about 10-20 minutes of love making. first part of the movie puts you in a light mood as our main characters discovers themselves. as Jamie is a very liberated girl, Dylan is a somehow-conservative type of guy but like a bomb waiting to explode.

but it gets complicated when Jamie tried to find a serious lover. letting get off, Dylan continues to his life but he realizes that something is empty without her. on the other hand, she also gets emotionally attached to Dylan. hesitant to say about what they truly feel, they parted ways. this chic flick rose up your dream on a dream relationship without commitments but destroys your love excitement. there are also a lot of cute scenes like the flash mob. i was also disappointed that there are some edited scenes. but i hope those are not really essential to the story.


if you want to see it earlier than the others, there is a special preview for the public on September 19 and 20 in selected theaters. don't miss the middle of the end credits. check online on your different cinema schedules to get tickets in advance. you can also check the local radio stations for ticket promos.

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