Movie Review: Friends With Benefits

Hmmmm… I just popped my neck. I wonder if Justin heard it. If you haven’t watched the movie yet you won’t get that first sentence at all. I just watched this movie, dying to see it for months now. For, of course the obvious Mr. Timberlake, but once I started watching it I noticed something. I never really liked Mila on That’s 70’s Show, but for some odd reason she looked really hot on here. I don’t know what it was that made the switch but I’m definitely not complaining yet. Oh, and seeing Shaun White, the snowboarder in this movie was a nice plus too!

I had seen No Strings Attached, and I really liked that movie as well. So I was kind of worried if both were going to be the same. Both have the same meaning in a sense. Friends just want to have sex with each other. Nothing else. Luckily, in both movies they had different storylines. Despite what others say, there is a difference between the two movies. Especially with the characters. In NSA, it was Natalie’s character (Emma) to have the emotional ties for Ashton’s character (Alex) and with this movie, it was mutual, well kind of.

I actually think I laughed more in this movie than the other. Ashton’s funny, but Mila is better. She made me crack up more than Justin did. Which is strange, but everytime I got a good look at his face, body and butt. I just lost all sense of control afterwards. I probably smiled more than anything else. It was a cute and funny movie. It was also interesting how much Mila’s character reminded m of myself and my habits. I want my Prince Charming, but something always goes wrong when I try to find. And I definitely have her potty mouth too!

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