Despite flashy action sequences, three good looking lead actors and a pretty fast-paced story, this just definitely didn't live up to the expectations I had for it. The story follows FDR and Tuck, two best friends and undercover CIA agents who ultimately find themselves battling for the love of the same woman, who is none the wiser to their associations with each other.
With access to unlimited surveillance gear and some unrealistic technology which will allow them to spy on not only Lauren, but each other, there are sure to be some complications and hard feelings.
The humour here is pretty weak, the actors are good looking, but by the first five minutes of the film, you've already pretty much summed out in your head exactly what is going to happen, the writing is that predictable.
The soundtrack was decent, but the acting was pretty poor (part of me suspects the poor acting is to do with bad direction and subpar writing rather than the actor's talents, all of whom have been more than outstanding in previous titles).
Three out of five for effort though.