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Two Can Play that Game (Sous-titres français)


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  • Actors: Vivica A. Fox, Morris Chestnut, Anthony Anderson, Gabrielle Union, Wendy Raquel Robinson
  • Directors: Mark Brown
  • Writers: Mark Brown
  • Producers: Mark Brown, Doug McHenry, Lana Campbell, Larry Kennar, Paddy Cullen
  • Format: Anamorphic, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, DTS Surround Sound, Dubbed, DVD-Video, Full Screen, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English, French
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Georgian, Chinese, Thai
  • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: 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
  • Canadian Home Video Rating : Ages 14 and over
  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • Release Date: Dec 26 2001
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (39 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00005RIX5
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #55,459 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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Two Can Play That Game

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Two Can Play That Game
In reducing the rules of romance to a 10-day plan for repairing a breakup, Two Can Play That Game tickles a few funny bones while "keepin' it real" about heartbreak and human behavior. Our hostess through this marathon of head games is 28-year-old Shanté (Vivica A. Fox--emphasis on the fox), who speaks to the camera so much that critic Roger Ebert nicknamed this movie "Waiting to Inhale." In a film packed with positive stereotypes (no crack-smoking gangstas here, thank you), she's a successful marketing executive, and her straying boyfriend is a high-profile attorney (Morris Chestnut). Their turbulent romance survives Shanté's 10-day power play, but not all viewers will be so lucky, since this movie is alternately charming and aggravating, and there's precious little romance while the lovers are plotting their moves. Still, it's a safe bet that many people will appreciate this movie's endearing lesson--namely, that sincere groveling can save you lots of time and heartache. --Jeff Shannon

The Brothers
Think of it as a male version of Waiting to Exhale. The Brothers similarly features four good friends who offer each other advice and support as they navigate the strange and treacherous waters of romantic relationships. Jackson (Morris Chestnut) is a doctor with serious commitment problems; he has dreams about a woman in a bridal gown aiming a gun at him. Brian (Bill Bellamy) is a lawyer with a caustic view of the opposite sex, inspired in large part by his untrusting and unaffectionate mother; he also has commitment problems. Upwardly mobile professional Terry (Shemar Moore) is a well-muscled womanizer who's finally decided to settle down, but as the wedding draws close it becomes clear that he, too, has commitment problems. Fortunately, the fourth member of the quartet, Derrick (D.L. Hughley), is married and devoted to his family--except that his wife refuses to engage in anything but straight missionary sex, which Derrick sees as manipulative. The Brothers depicts a glamorous world in which everyone is good-looking and well dressed; the number of characters makes it hard to delve into anyone's life with any depth, but the actors are engaging and the script makes an effort to look at the "battle of the sexes" from both sides. The immensely charming Gabrielle Union (from Bring It On) plays the girl who just might convince Jackson to give up his single ways. --Bret Fetzer --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.


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Two Can Play At That Game is a very interesting movie. Whoever says this movie isn't funny hasn't been in a relationship before. Point Blank. Through each characters strategic tactics I see myself. I say holdup hold up ...I ve done that before. Anthony Anderson basically makes this movie though. This man is too funny. He emphasizes the important words in the sentence to get his point across and his voice makes it hilarious. This is his best acting performance. Vivica Fox gives women a few unnecessary pointers ( from a man's perspective at least ) but she does keep it real. Morris Chestnut does excellent as well. The movie is fast paced as Vivica Fox and Anderson each play their cards at the situation they are given. They play it like a chess game and the 'rules' are funny at times. The girlfriends (Tamala Jones, Wendy Racquel Robinson and MoNique )really act like real friends and they have good chemistry together. The movie wasn't too long and didn't bore me to death as most love stories do.
When I first saw it I couldn't really understand why Morris Chestnut was moping around. 'I'm not gonna call, I already called twice, can't be desperate" lol. I was like man if you don't quit b!tchin...But then I remembered that Vivica Fox is finer than a mutha. I'm surprised he didn't cry. Shante takes him through a grueling three day process where she hardly even speaks to him and breaks up with him. The only useless day was day six. There was no purpose for it. The funniest part is at the end when she expects him to be at her house waiting on her with flowers. I could have told her beyotch please that aint gonna happen. And then when he didn't show it was just hilarious. I was like "ahhh that shhh didn't work" and then five seconds later she's like "I know what ya thinking...
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Two Can Play At That Game is a very interesting movie. Whoever says this movie isn't funny hasn't been in a relationship before. Point Blank. Through each characters strategic tactics I see myself. I say holdup hold up ...I ve done that before. Anthony Anderson basically makes this movie though. This man is too funny. He emphasizes the important words in the sentence to get his point across and his voice makes it hilarious. This is his best acting performance. Vivica Fox gives women a few unnecessary pointers ( from a man's perspective at least ) but she does keep it real. Morris Chestnut does excellent as well. The movie is fast paced as Vivica Fox and Anderson each play their cards at the situation they are given. They play it like a chess game and the 'rules' are funny at times. The girlfriends (Tamala Jones, Wendy Racquel Robinson and MoNique )really act like real friends and they have good chemistry together. The movie wasn't too long and didn't bore me to death as most love stories do.
When I first saw it I couldn't really understand why Morris Chestnut was moping around. 'I'm not gonna call, I already called twice, can't be desperate" lol. I was like man if you don't quit b!tchin...But then I remembered that Vivica Fox is finer than a mutha. I'm surprised he didn't cry. Shante takes him through a grueling three day process where she hardly even speaks to him and breaks up with him. The only useless day was day six. There was no purpose for it. The funniest part is at the end when she expects him to be at her house waiting on her with flowers. I could have told her beyotch please that aint gonna happen. And then when he didn't show it was just hilarious. I was like "ahhh that shhh didn't work" and then five seconds later she's like "I know what ya thinking...
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This is a highly amusing movie about the things women have to do to make their men behave. What makes it all so funny is the grain of truth in all that Shante (Vivica A. Fox) tells her audience via speaking directly into the camera a la Zack Morris of "Saved By The Bell".
Shante is 28, gorgeous, highly successful and always counseling and helping her 3 best girl friends Tracey, Karen and Deirdre (played with hilarity and aplomb by the divine Mo'Nique of UPN's The Parkers.) All three are in the throes of a messy relationship to which Shante tells them to kick their broke man to the curb. Until something similar happens to Shante and her man Keith. Now the shoes is on the other foot and Shante starts her 10-day plan to make her man behave.
It is funny, especially when Shante goes to church and participates in a too-close "church hug" with a man there in front of Keith's friend (Men love to gossip as much as women, says Shante, and she's right.)
As the days progress and Shante continues to be right, you wonder when she won't be. The law of averages says that time is coming, and you wonder if that will be before or after she reconciles with the wayward Keith (who is playing his own games, as the film reveals.)
It is hilarious and too true. Watch this for a good laugh.
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The first time I seen this movie, it was at three o'clock in the mourning at one of htose hotels with those ... beds that you can't sleep on and it was on our free HBO television. See the movie is about this woman who tries to control her boyfriend with her stupid rules. She talks to the camera as if she is talking to you and she is giving you advice with your man. However, it turns out that you shouldn't be playing the game the way she turns out to be playing it. But unfortantely, you get to see the outcome before you take her advice, her friends couldn't and they suffered from her advice. But you see when she finds out that her own boyrfiend is "cheating" on her. You may wonder what the ""'s mean. See he told her that he was working late- which he was, it was just after he had finished he went out with a friend to a club. But you see this friend of his was actually his girlfriend's arch rival. And she catches him there in the club when she is with her female friends. She doesn't sweat it though. She has her plan that will get him back in line IMMEDIATLY. However, her plan doesn't work when her boyfriend starts listening to his best friend. They both sit desperately and try to make each other jealous by hanging all over other guys and girls. Eventually the games end and the two get together- now was that predicatable? LOL. But it doesn't matter. Trust me this is a really good movie that you should be ordering immedaitly. Well that's all and I am so out. HOLLA!
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