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Ryan Reynolds And Mint Mobile Wade Into The Streaming Platform Wars... Kind Of

By Jodi Smith | Celebrity | August 13, 2020 |

By Jodi Smith | Celebrity | August 13, 2020 |


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Ryan Reynolds has had a lot of time on his hands during the pandemic. Of course, we all have but only Reynolds has used his time… wisely? Everything he’s done over the months have been attempts to make everyone’s day better through acts of service or just comedy. He even had time to think about his choice of a wedding venue when he married Blake Lively back in 2012.

He’s my favorite, kids. Just absolutely.

The other day, Reynolds decided that what the world really needs is just one more streaming service and figured that he was the man to bring it to us. Instead of using Aviation Gin as the platform, he went with Mint Mobile. Genuis.

If you’re wondering what happens when you visit the link in the embedded video, mintmobileplus.com, you are indeed taken to Mint Mobile’s streaming site where you can choose from Original Originals like the 2003 Reynolds movie Foolproof or Kind of Originals like the 2003 Reynolds movie Foolproof or even Unoriginal Originals like the 2003 Reynolds movie Foolproof. Yes, you can stream it.

Canadian friends Kevin (Ryan Reynolds), Rob (Joris Jarsky), and Samantha (Kristin Booth) have an unusual hobby — they plan intricate heists that could actually work, but they never carry them out. When Leo Gillette (David Suchet), a devious English criminal, comes to town and manages to discover the trio’s scheme, Kevin, Rob and Samantha are drawn into the real world of illegal activities as they are forced to pull off one of their own robberies. Can they really get away with the perfect heist?

If you want to watch one of the many offerings at Mint Mobile+, you need to do so before this weekend.

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Jodi Smith is a Senior Reporter, Film & Television at Pajiba. You can email her or follow her on Twitter.



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