Two Can Play That Game details
|Starring:||Anthony Anderson, Lee Anthony, Vivica A. Fox, Tamala Jones, Morris Chestnut, Gabrielle Union|
|Genre:||Comedy - General|
Two Can Play That Game
|Run time:||1 hour 27 minutes|
|Rental release:||03 Mar 2003|
|Subtitles:||Arabic, Bulgarian, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Greek, Hebrew, Hindi, Hungarian, Icelandic, Norwegian, Polish, Slovene, Swedish, Turkish|
|Hearing impaired subtitles:||English|
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Girls' Night InBy Vanessa from Blackburn , 21 May 2004
[Highly rated reviewer]I thoroughly enjoyed this movie. The cast acted well, the storyline was strong, and for once, no swearing.
This is definitely one for the ladies. It accurately depicts the sort of games people in relationships play, and the trouble that can lead to. This movie's strength lies in the fact, that it gets equally well into the guy's head as it does the girl's.
Just one warning, girls, don't let your man watch this, you wouldn't want him getting any ideas!!
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Rom-com with a differenceBy a customer , 14 Feb 2012A rom-com with a difference, thats how I would describe this film. It stars Vivica A. Fox as Shante, a successful businesswoman who seems to have it all. Shes the one that her girlfriends come to when they want relationship advice and to the observer it appears that she has the dating game figured out. She evens has the perfect boyfriend, Keith (Morris Chestnut) whos equally as successful as her. However, when Shante sees Keith dancing with another woman, she suddenly finds herself having to follow the advice and rules she regularly dishes out to her friends. In a bid to punish her boyfriend, she implements a 10-day plan which she believes will see him mend his cheating ways. However, what Shante doesnt realise is that Keith is getting advice from his best friend Tony (Anthony Anderson) who is as savvy when it comes to dating as Shante is. And so the pair is embroiled in battle of the sexes, determined not to be the one to admit defeat and apologise first.
The film is very entertaining and there are several very funny scenes, especially when Shante and Keith are playing their mind games with each other. MoNique is a great comedic actress but I dont think was shes given much time on screen to show off her comic talents. Anthony Anderson, however was given much more opportunity to show off his comic and the scenes where hes giving advice to Keith are very funny to watch.
While the film was enjoyable I was left wanting a bit more. I felt that the film could have probably been a little longer as it ended quite abruptly in my opinion. I also felt that they could have showed more interaction between Shante and her girlfriends especially when they were discussing their relationship dramas.
A good film that's worth watching, especially if you're after a few laughs.
For all the sistersBy a customer from Nottingham , 27 Oct 2010
THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS Show review anywayHideLoved it, I could relate to it and it had so many levels, it was a black Sex and The City! Ideal for a girls night in!
Keep your man on his toes!!!!By a customer from Bath, England , 07 Sep 2010This has a great story behind it, acting was good and so true....girls everywhere know that it is true. A must see if you want to keep your man on his toes!
a must see movieBy a customer from LONDON , 09 Jul 2009This movie is the best,i love it and will recommend it.See it for your self.
Two can play that gameBy a customer from London , 19 Jun 2009I loved the movie so much I watched it twice. Vivica A Fox was a convincing vixen who played the game well.
Very good story line and well cast. The story could be applied to all women regardless of their background.
I'm certainly looking forward to other material produced by Mark Brown.