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Two Can Play That Game [Blu-ray]


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  • Actors: Vivica A. Fox, Morris Chestnut, Anthony Anderson, Gabrielle Union, Mo'Nique
  • Directors: Mark Brown
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Blu-ray, DTS Surround Sound, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: IMAGE ENTERTAINMENT
  • DVD Release Date: August 16, 2011
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (114 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004Z1HY3Q
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #121,931 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Two Can Play That Game [Blu-ray]" on IMDb

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Editorial Reviews

The writer of How to Be a Player turns a hilariously candid eye toward the complex and comical issues of dating, relationships and the ongoing battle between the sexes; featuring a happening and sexy cast including Vivica A. Fox (Independence Day, Booty Call), Morris Chestnut (The Brothers, The Best Man), Anthony Anderson (Big Momma's House, Exit Wounds) and Gabrielle Union (The Brothers, Bring It On, Love and Basketball). Shante Smith (Fox) is a beautiful advertising executive who seems to have her life– and her man– completely under control. Her relationship with Keith (Chestnut), a handsome lawyer, is the envy of her friends, until one night when the girls stumble upon Keith at a nightclub with another woman. Now, Shante is forced to launch her Ten-Day Plan to get her man back in line, save face with her friends and climb back on top of her strained relationship.

Customer Reviews

This is his best acting performance.
Enlightened
This will let them both realize that in any relationship, only integrity, and "LOVE", can conquer all obstacles!!
Harvie Lou Johnson
The good thing about this movie is that actors really seemed like they enjoyed playing the roles.
Saroeun

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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Enlightened on June 26, 2002
Format: DVD
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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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Zane on September 16, 2001
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I was reluctant to go plop down money to see this movie, having heard that is was exactly like the numerous African American movies that have hit theaters over the past several years. After all too much of a good thing can be a turn off. However, after deciding that it was easier to just go see it instead of continuing to wonder about it, I took in a Sunday matinee.
For the duration of the film, I was grinning, shaking my head, and sometimes ever laughing out loud. Vivica Fox has never been a favorite of mine but I have to give it to her: she played the role of Chante extremely well. The supporting cast (the main reason I finally went to see it) were outstanding as well.
Doug McHenry has made a career out of producing and directing witty, entertaining films. Great job once again.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By K. Hill VINE VOICE on April 22, 2004
Format: DVD
This is perhaps the best romantic comedy I've ever seen. Vivica's character catches her man out on the dance floor when he said he'd be working late. He explains but she's determined to keep him in line by punishing him. It's hilariously funny and very romantic. A must see!
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By steve on August 18, 2001
The acting in this movie was great. Vivica A. Fox plays Shante, a woman who catches her boyfriend Keith (Morris Chestnut) cheating with her rival Conny (Gabrielle Union). This movie is funny and the stars do great jobs, especcially Union. If you liked "How To Be A Player", "The Brothers", "The Wood", and movies like that you will love this.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By DLFryer on September 10, 2001
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Two of the HOTEST!!!! African American actors in Hollywood today star in this romantic comedy. Vivca A Fox and Morris Chestnut do a great job of making us believe that they are in committed couple trying to find their way through the maze of the battle of the sexes game. It's a light treat with minimum heavy drama. Another good slice of American pie about upper middle class African Americans dealing with love and life relationships. A Anderson gets excellent screen time as Chetnuts' friend, which he works. The supporting friends of the Fox character (Shante Smith) are lead by Monique with W Robinson and T Jones used as background filler. Gabrielle Union has a bit part as the arch enemy of Fox and as usual she can lights up the screen as an original diva would when entering a room, this girl is bad. Chestnut as (Keith Fenton) allows us to take a glimpse into his comedic talent which compliments his so well defined dramatic acting. Fox carries the movie just as she was expected to and she does it with out flaws. This movie is an improvement on M Brown's first movie "How to be a Player", but has a similar feel with the main character talking to the audience. It is definitely worth at least the matinee price to see the actor strut their stuff in this new scene.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By thesavvybamalady VINE VOICE on January 29, 2002
Format: VHS Tape
See, that's the problem with the sexes today. Everybody wants to control the other. Now, here you have a woman who saw her man and another woman in the club dancing(after He said he would be working late), and this girl got this brother alternating from calling her often to going out his mind. What happened to sitting down and setting it straight?? I liked this movie, but between all these head games that Vivica A. Fox and Anthony Anderson was doing, chile, you would have thought they were corporate merger headhunters, not playing in the delicate game of
love, and what did she accomplish?? Almost loosing ol' boy to a high class skeezer. This is too,too much. Folks need to come correct here. Now, what is the benefit of all those rules when you don't have no one to be with at the end of those 10 days???? Where was your purpose then? Now, I don't date, and maybe that may one of the reasons, but we put ourselves under too much darn stress over each other. Get real and get straight. Life is too darn short.
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