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Three Can Play That Game

3.3 out of 5 stars 30 customer reviews

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Editorial Reviews

Vivica A. Fox (Two Can Play That Game, Kill Bill: Vol. 1), Jason George (Barbershop, TV's "Eve"), Jazsmin Lewis (Barbershop 1 & 2, Deliver Us From Eva), Kellita Smith (Roll Bounce, TV's "The Bernie Mac Show), Terri J. Vaughn (Tyler Perry's Daddy's Little Girls, TV's "The Steve Harvey Show) and Tony Rock (TV's "All of Us") star in this hilariously funny follow-up to Two Can Play That Game. Fox reprises her role as Shante Smith, a relationship expert who uses her knowledge of the male psyche to help women reach their relationship goals.

Special Features

  • 6 Deleted Scenes

Product Details

  • Actors: Jazsmin Lewis, Tony Rock, Jason George, Vivica Fox, Terri Vaughn
  • Directors: Samad Davis
  • Producers: Will Packer, Rob Hardy
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1), Portuguese (Dolby Digital 5.1), French (Unknown), Thai (Dolby Digital 5.1), Spanish (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Thai
  • Dubbed: French, Portuguese, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 encoding (US and Canada only)
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  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: February 12, 2008
  • Run Time: 91 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0010NXURQ
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #83,279 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Three Can Play That Game" on IMDb

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By S. A. Bush on February 15, 2008
Format: DVD
As I like to say, this movie is very entertaining. It is not as great as Rainforest Classics "Stomp the Yard", "the Gospel" or "This Christmas", but I only asked to be entertained when I sat down to watch this film. I was glad to see a film that cast the hilarious Tony Rock, Vivica A. Fox, Jason Winston George, and Jazsmin Lewis all in one film together. I am a fan of Fox, Rock and George although this proved to be a big role for George to carry at this point in his career. Especially under this director whom I must say is over his head with this job. By the way, his movie stands on its own independent of "Two Can Play...". If you want to get in the Rainforest spirit, get your hands on the aforementioned "Stomp the Yard" Stomp the Yard (Widescreen Edition) and "The Gospel" The Gospel (Special Edition).

But despite any shortcomings of the film not being a masterpiece of cinema, it was well worth price paid as an entertaining comedy that I enjoyed. I was pleasantly surprised to see the film acting debut of Hot 107.9 Atlanta's Rashan Ali in the movie in a supporting role as one of Jazmin Lewis' character's best friends. Rashan has a bright spirit in the radio studio and as an Atlanta Hawks announcer and she does well in this movie. I'll be looking for her in upcoming projects.

Vivica does her regular "thing" in this movie with grand style and her fans will be pleased to see her go through the paces.

Another odd but pleasant surprise for me was the prominent placement of Upscale Magazine, one of my favorite magazines.
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Don't waste your money. This was painfully hard to get into. This is nothing like Two Can Play That Game. This is utterly boring. I'm not sure what happened with this sequel but it just FAILS. Vivica Fox who I love is not nearly present enough in this movie to make it better. She's got star power, but I just didn't get enough of her in this movie. Don't waste your money!
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My wife and I really enjoyed the first movie "Two can play that game" which is why I bought "Three can play that game". This movie does not come close to being as good as the first. It started very slow and boring and the story line gets a little confusing as to who is she supporting the female or the male? If you are still interested please rent the movie before you buy. I wish I could return mine because I will never watch it again.
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Sequels to movies are usually not good. I must say that this sequel was just as good as the original. I enjoyed the plot and the new characters that were introduced. The main character returned and that helped the introduction of the new characters to shine in their roles.

I really enjoyed this movie and I would recommend it to anyone who enjoys a game of cat and mouse.
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It took my husband and I a while to get into this movie. It was not a interesting as Two Can Play that Game. However, was a expensive and just another dvd to add to our collection. However, the seller shipped it fastly, and we woul purchase from the seller again.
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Two Can Play That Game caught me off guard. When I first started watching it I started rolling my eyes. As the movie progressed I was laughing and was enjoying myself. The way the movie ended threw me off completely but that is what made that movie special. It tricks you into thinking you can predict how the movie is going to end up then BAM! Nice surprise. Three Can Play That Game is a soulless, unfunny, and mean-spirited sequel that is just as corny and weak as you would expect a direct-to-DVD sequel to Two Can Play That Game to be.

Story: Byron Thomson is caught by his girlfriend Tiffany(Jazsmin Lewis) in a compromising position with Carla(Kellita Smith), a TV executive. From then on Tiffany seeks the advise provided by Shante Smith(Vivica Fox) to help manipulate Byron and the relationship. Byron uses the advise from his best friend Gizzard(Tony Rock)to manipulate the relationship. Byron ends up using Shante's advise to help him manipulate Tiffany and Tiffany follows the advise of her friends, Linda(Terry Vaughn) and Monica(Rashan Ali) to manipulate the relationship.

As you can see the movie is very and confusing plus it doesnt even have the good intentions of its predecessor. Two Can Play That Game had a great message: You cant turn love into a game to be controlled because you will lose. Plus it was pretty clever in how it conveyed that message. This movie doesnt seem to have much to say plus its quite annoying to see these attractive brothers and sisters act like childish high-schoolers throughout the movie. I wouldnt have a problem if it were a means to an end but its not. Add that to the fact that this movie tries to use the same type of jokes from the first movie and fails.
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I am a huge proponent of Two Can Play That Game and I am a big fan of Vivica Fox but THIS movie is not what's up. I'm sorry... I tried watching it and it took me like 3 days to finish it. I couldn't sit through it... it's difficult to be still long enough. It did not capture my interest and it wasn't really that funny. I gave this movie 2 stars only because my girl Vivica was in it. I suppose if I had not seen Two Can Play That Game, it would have been a little better but I was constantly comparing the two and... well there is no comparison. I wanted to be able to give this movie good reviews but I simply cannot. It's just not good. Jason George is quite handsome, though. :)
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