End Game details
|Starring:||Cuba Gooding Jr., James Woods, Angie Harmon, Anne Archer, Christa Campbell, Burt Reynolds, Heather Dawn, Peter Greene, Jack Scalia, Patrick Fabian, Todd Jensen, Benito Martinez, David Selby, John Cenatiempo|
|Studio:||SONY PICTURES HOME ENTERTAINMENT|
|Run time:||1 hour 32 minutes|
|Rental release:||15 May 2006|
|Hearing impaired subtitles:||English|
Most helpful review
Excellent! Do not miss this movie...By a customer from Stonehouse , 19 May 2006
[Highly rated reviewer]Fantastic action throughout the movie with a twist at the end - This film should not be missed, it is one for the library. Cuba Gooding Jnr in his role of a Presidental protection team agent was brilliant but then he is so good in whatever role he plays. James Woods also played his role well and certainly added to the enjoyment.
A MUST WATCH FILM!!!
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Customer ReviewBy a customer from UK , 23 Jun 2008This film had a slow start but after the first half and hour the pace picked up rapidly. You will be kept in suspense until the last minute as to who was behind the assination. Good storyline and action.
Must watch filmBy Tina from Bournemouth , 14 Apr 2008Despite some of the reviews, I thought this film was great. The pace is good, and keeps you in your seat until the end. Whilst you're wondering who is behind the initial plot, the characters are being assassinated themselves!! It's a really good film and definately worth watching.
A Must to watchBy a customer from Doncaster , 14 Apr 2008A very good and gripping thriller very enjoyable.
PredictableBy Glum (21 reviews) from Basingstoke , 04 Apr 2008Maybe I watch too much crime stuff, but this film was quite lethargic and predictable. Cuba Gooding Jr, somewhat uncharacteristically, failed to convince as a former presidential bodyguard trying to uncover a conspiracy. If you are looking for a no-brainer thriller, this may appeal, but personally speaking it was better rented than bought. Considering some of the names involved, it should have been much slicker but they can only work with the script they are given.
brilliant all round filmBy soz (374 reviews) from Cumbria , 18 Mar 2008Cuba was great in it. He played a bodyguard who seems to blame himself about not being able to protect. He then wants to find out what was behind it al with the help of a journlist. They acted well together and came in for a few scapes and bruises. It keeps you on the edge of our seat and the story just keeps unfolding as it goes along. The acting between the two main actors was believable especially Cuba and he also gets his top off so that alone was worth a look!