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Product Details

  • Actors: William Baldwin, Cindy Crawford
  • Format: Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, DVD-Video, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: R
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • Release Date: March 30 1999
  • Run Time: 91 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (39 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: 6305308861
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #40,107 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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She's a lawyer. He's a cop. Some former KGB-types with a wide variety of slippery accents and enough sophisticated technological surveillance gadgets to make one wonder how the Soviet Union could have possibly failed, want her dead. The cop (William Baldwin) is the only man who can save her. It helps that the high-powered attorney is played by Cindy Crawford, who gives new meaning to the phrase "habeas corpus." So the plot doesn't make any sense: First they try to kill her, no questions asked. Then they capture her and spill their guts about all the details of their nefarious plan. But logic is not what Fair Game is about. It's about explosions, car crashes, and more explosions. The only pauses in the action are for showers (one for Baldwin, two for Crawford) and a change of clothing (Crawford slips out of a tight T-shirt into an even tighter tank top). The best feature of the DVD is the addition of a Gallic track. With very little actual sex in the movie, having the main characters conversing in French definitely adds some sauciness to the dialogue scenes. --Richard Natale

Customer Reviews

2.5 out of 5 stars

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Format: DVD
I don't own the DVD and in fact I didn't even rent the flick...technically -- it was mistakenly placed within the case of another movie. Nonetheless, I watched it...or rather experienced the movie as it required much more than passive viewing. In fact, I had to utilize every ounce of will, stress each fiber of muscle, and fight every suicidal urge to make it through this thing.
Plot = Max Kirkpatrick (Baldwin boy #4) is the cop/hero who must protect the lovely Kate McQuean (Crawford playing a civil law attorney) from a KGB team dedicated to eradicate the beauty. What the movie lacks in acting, it makes up for in EXPLOSIONS and CHASES shot from multiple angles played again and again....and again.
Apparently Crawford's role was too demanding for the likes of Julianne Moore and Geena Davis, who both turned it down. On the plus side we do get to see Salma Hayek in one of her earlier theatrical performances (Frida this role is not) and Christopher McDonald (bad guy Shooter McGavin from Happy Gilmore) as the angry Lt.
This movie is so awful that you almost feel compelled to watch it, to earn your red badge of courage, and to join the ranks of the many who have suffered before you.
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I like Cindy Crawford. I really do. I respect the class she has maintained in an often classless fashion and modeling industry. But some people should stick to what they know.
Cindy, my God! In this movie, you were just in your lovely apartment overlooking the water. Your apartment is then blown up, you are blown off the balcony into the water, your cat is toast and all your possessions are gone. Oh, and by the way, a bunch of very bad people are now trying to shoot you dead. You get out of the cold water, run for your life and get taken to a safe house where the 2nd rate Baldwin asks you `So, how do you feel?' And Cindy says with the intensity of a heroin addict, `Like my life just exploded. What is this place, Motel Hell?' She said it like she was reading the phone book! A real actress would have been looking at the cop like he was nuts! And she would have delivered the lines accordingly. It gets worse...
Did you see the very first scene in the movie where Cindy's character is jogging and gets shot? Did you notice her slowing down to hit her mark and wait for the shot? I've never heard or seen anyone more stilted and lifeless except for a really bored telemarketer.
The writing was just BAD, and the movie was just about look how good Cindy looks after being dumped in water and having no shower. Notice her lips still had color? Did they have the long-lasting stuff back then?
Luckily it wasn't the kind of bad where you can't sit and laugh at it. You can sit and laugh at this one. In fact, you don't have a choice.
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By The Glider on June 13 2001
Format: VHS Tape
This film isn't really very good at all.For some reason at the beginning of the film,some Russian bad guys start shooting at Cindy Crawford's character while she is jogging along a street.Yet from here and through the rest of the film we are never really told why this is so,so the plot makes very little sense indeed.All we see is some Russian villains chasing the two main characters,but no explanation is ever given as to what their motives are for doing this.So,with the plot making next to no sense,we're not off to the best of starts.But,even without a decent story to guide it along,this movie has problems.The acting from all concerned is quite laughably awful.They all sound camper than Walpole,and are sending the characters they're imitating from classic action thrillers up.They sound as if they are reading their lines from large cue cards placed in front of them.And the character development truly stinks,Baldwin's character getting quite choked up about the deaths of others in the film without the viewer ever really understanding who they were or why he was so riled about them going.Some of the action is quite enthralling,there are some terrific explosions here and there... and there is quite a funny scene involving some phone wires getting crossed with a black store clerk.It would be possible to say all that was mentioned above were not really to be expected from an action movie,but unfortunately,to care about the outcome of the good/bad characters ,this is not so.Overall,a very misguided,or from my angle,mis-glided effort.
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Format: VHS Tape
The sheer idiocy of Fair Game's plot actually rivals that of this year's low, The Mangler. Granted, in this brainless action flick, there aren't any man-eating refrigerators, but that's one of the few truly dumb things missing. Frankly, I didn't think any movie this year would make Assassins seem like a modicum of solid plotting and top-notch acting, but that was before I saw this. Bottom line: Fair Game is howlingly bad -- so awful, in fact, that it can actually be enjoyed on a certain level.
There's not much of a plotline worth talking about -- at least not one that's coherent or logical. Fair Game is basically one long chase punctuated by a sex scene. William Baldwin plays Max Kirkpatrick, a cop. Crawford is Kathryn McQuean, a lawyer. The two don't like each other, but he saves her life anyway. Then he does an encore, but this time a few of his buddies get killed. So, the pair of them end up on the run from an ex-KGB heavy (interpreted with over-the-top gusto by Steven Berkoff) and his Russian mob. It's not clear why the bad guys want Kathryn dead, and things becomes even more confusing when, after trying for two-thirds of the movie to kill her, they suddenly change their minds and decide to capture her for interrogation.
The single bright spot in Fair Game -- and it's low-wattage at best -- is that the action scenes are nicely choreographed. And there are quite a few of them, because they have to camouflage a lame story and atrocious dialogue. We get treated to such wonderfully corny lines as: "I'm getting bored with your petty incompetence", "It would be embarrassing to be killed by an amateur", and "I can't afford the luxury of a conscience". The level of acting, by the way, is perfect for delivering those kinds of phrases.
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