Nick Schager Reviews The Bounty Hunter

A stark example of misbegotten chemistry and its resultant pitfalls, The Bounty Hunter combines Gerard Butler and Jennifer Aniston and promptly fizzes upon contact. To say that the two are no Clark Gable and Claudette Colbert is putting it mildly; rarely have supposedly charming stars seemed less natural or comfortable playing unlikely soulmates, in this case a slovenly bounty hunter named Milo (Butler) and the tough ex-wife reporter Nicole (Aniston) he’s tasked with finding and taking to jail. The pair receive little help from the contrived scenario of Andy Tennant’s film, which finds them bickering like bitter, petty children along a journey that comes to include dodging a bookie’s thugs, solving a murder-conspiracy, and, naturally, falling back in love.

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