O que se diz lá fora sobre THIS MEANS WAR, de McG:
«This screwball premise lives or dies by the chemistry between Pine and Hardy, who are too busy trying to out-appeal one another to make the buddy dynamic click.»
Peter Debruge, Variety.
«Perfectly acceptable watched on the back of an airline seat or at home while you're doing housework.»
Manohla Dargis, The New York Times.
«As is true in most buddy pictures, the real love in THIS MEANS WAR is between FDR and Tuck. Pine and Hardy are an odd choice as Men Who Bond. Pine behaves like a player on Entourage; Hardy broods as if he thinks dating is torture. But as a result, they're kind of cute in an itchy and scratchy way, bumping shoulders in a pantomime of what men do in love and war.»
Lisa Schwarzbaum, Entertainment Weekly.
«This perfectly dreadful romantic action comedy manages to embarrass its three eminently attractive leading players in every scene, making this an automatic candidate for whatever raspberries or golden turkeys or other dubious awards may be given in future for the films of 2012.»
Todd McCarthy, The Hollywood Reporter.
«Bromance or romance, THIS MEANS WAR feels like something scrawled by enterprising teenagers who developed their concepts of love and espionage from films and TV shows they caught over a few weekends of basic cable surfing.»
Alison Willmore, Movieline.