FDR (to Lauren in an art gallery talking about the finer points of Lauren's favorite painter): He was a strong advocate of the finger painting movement.
Agent (after losing his audio hookup to FDR): We lost contact.
Tuck (taking over the audio feed to FDR): Sometimes he would finger his paintings to get closer to them.
FDR (to Lauren): The intimacy with the canvas, to finger a painting... to...
Tuck: Sometimes he would use mud and sticks...
FDR (to Lauren): You know, he used mud and sticks...
Tuck (taking over the audio feed to FDR): And if he couldn't find a stick...
FDR (to Lauren): And if he couldn't find a stick...
Lauren: What?!
FDR (to Lauren): You know, enough talking. Let's let the paintings speak for themselves.

Okay you can do this. You are confident woman who can deal with conflict. I'm going to pass out. Just get out there, tell them your decision. They're rational. They may even become friends. They'll probably just shake hands....

Lauren: Have you ever killed anybody with your bare hands?
Tuck: Not this week.

Tuck is great. He's sweet. He's kind. We have so much fun. But he's maybe too sweet -- a little earnest? Sort of safe.

Lauren: Oh, I think I'm going to hell
Trish: Don't worry. If you're going to hell, I'll just come pick you up.

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Lauren

Reese Witherspoon and Chris Pine in This Means War
Played By
Reese Witherspoon
Full Name
Lauren