Director(s): Mark Brown
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IMDB Rating: 5.6 out of 10 (2704 votes)
When it comes to matters of the heart, keeping her man happy and committed is all in a days work for Shant
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(09 June 2013)
This review is from: Two Can Play that Game (DVD) This is an hilarious, interesting movie with loads of cliches. I think the two main characters really made me believe that in real life they were a couple. Although it's another battle of the sexes movie, the angle taken by the woman telling the story is funny at time real. Anthony Anderson is the funny confidante....It's a must-see for your enjoyment.
(09 June 2013)
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.
(06 June 2013)
This movie is so predictable and boring. I seen this movie so many times before, couldn't they have gotten an original plot! And then the picture quality was bad. It felt like I was watching an 80's movie.
(06 June 2013)
ok so im a guy but i enjoyed the male bashing. i think its true.i also liked this because of the hotties vivica a fox and gabrielle union.its just way cool. rent this for laughs.
Staci Layne Wilson (04 June 2013)
ShantÃ© Smith (Vivica A. Fox) is a confident, successful, beautifulwoman. She knows how to handle her man, she knows how tonavigate the shark-infested business waters, and she knows howto dress for success in both the bedroom and the boardroom.ShantÃ© is the envy of her best girlfriends Diedre, Karen and Tracye(Mo'Nique, Wendy Raquel Robinson, and Tamala Jones), whoalways turn to their wise mentor for romantic advice. But whathappens when the teacher unexpectedly becomes the student?ShantÃ© has a few things to learn, she realizes, when she catchesher man Keith (Morris Chestnut) in the arms of her business rival,Conny (Gabrielle Union). ShantÃ© immediately puts herstep-by-step "Ten Day Plan" into action to get him back in line andback to her. Unfortunately the happy ending that ShantÃ© fullyexpects goes upside down when Keith begins following the adviceof his buddy Tony (Anthony Anderson), who brings a player'sperspective to the games girls play.Fox carries Two Can Play That Game, and she carries it well. Sheis able to play her character in the traditional manner, and directlyaddress the audience with sassy little asides. Doing this is riskyand it usually doesn't work, but in this case Fox as ShantÃ© is solikeable she easily draws the audience into her world and makesus feel that we're a part of it.First-time director Mark Brown (producer of "How To Be A Player")should be commended for being able to strike this precariousbalance. So too should the scribe -- hey, it's Mark Brown again! --who wrote a witty, enchanting script. There's all-out comedy (whenShantÃ© is on the sixth day of her Ten Day Plan, she must get outthere and date. you've never seen an assembly line of so manyhilarious losers) balanced with believable, heartfelt romance.While Fox does carry this comedy of the heart, she iswell-supported by a standout cast of talented, likeable actors.Morris is almost as foxy as Fox as they love and spar; Anderson isso laugh-out-loud funny you'll need to bring tissues to the theatre;Mo'Nique is so cool you'll want her for your own best friend; andthe smooth, sexy singer Bobby Brown is practically unrecognizablein a cameo appearance as a buck-toothed mechanic in desperateneed of a makeover.Most of the characters in Two Can Play That Game are in need of alittle "makeover" -- particularly when it comes to how they look atlove and romance. But the movie itself needs no such makeover.It's perfect just the way it is.
(03 June 2013)
This review is from: Two Can Play that Game (DVD) I really enjoyed this comedy but don't try this at home. This was a cute movie.
jtsmoore (31 May 2013)
I didn't know what to expect when I rented "Two Can Play ThatGame," but it turned out to be the best random DVD I have rentedin a long time. The writer/director Mark Brown really studied hisclassic romantic comedies, and it pays off. The story movedquickly. The film was consistently funny. There was sexualtension. The 4th Wall technique reminded me of "The Seven YearItch," and it made the movie. Brown also had a classy, visualsense. Vivica A. Fox, Morris Chesnut, and Anthony Anderson wereuniformly excellent. I never would have guessed I would have likedthis film as much as I have. I have already seen it threetimes.
qfal (30 May 2013)
"The Brothers", which it is the female side of. I think this is primarilybecause of the awkward narrative form. Still, the last quarter of themovierewards those who have had the patience to stick with it. The tubbypartnerof the character played by Morris Chestnut stands out here.
(28 May 2013)
Smarmy little comedy about a sassy advertising executive (Viveca A. Fox) who thinks she knows everything about men but is one day thrown for a loop when her seemingly perfect, trustworthy boyfriend (Morris Chestnut) is caught on a date with another woman. Fox decides to implement her 10-day punishment program, designed to get the guy down on his knees begging for forgiveness and reinstatement in the relationship. Told in intimate narration style with Fox directing her comments straight at the camera, the film never reaches its full comedic potential, but is extremely enjoyable and amply examples both the male and female side of the conundrum it is exploiting. None of the characters ever become cloying (except for David Krumholtz's annoyingly heartless stereotype of a gay male secretary), though one would wish for more scenes involving Fox's girlfriends, as they provide some real gems for the story (especially comedienne Mo'nique as the self-proclaimed "Ghetto Glamour" girl). No real disappointments here, though.
(27 May 2013)
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!
(25 May 2013)
The movie has the characters that you liked and scenes that are funny. But I didn't like the story. I am not a game player when it comes to relationships so I had lost interest.
(25 May 2013)
this movie is so good i watch it over and over again i recomend on byeing this dvd
(20 May 2013)
And what was up with those rules? Anyone operating like that is bound to get dissed. The ten rules was a bit much for me. This movie was no different from the laundry list of black predictable films. We want to be taken seriously in Hollywood, but movies like this are the best we can do? I dare any black director, producer, or writer, to take this movie, the likes of Brown Sugar, Baby Boy, Kingdom Come (what the Heezy?), Deliver Us From Eva, and ALL of the movies that follow this pattern to the Academy.
(19 May 2013)
This movie is an excellent way to tell how relationships really are. I like the way the "ten step process" was carried out because the way it was displayed is exactly what we do.
(17 May 2013)
THIS WAS A GREAT MOVIE. THE KIND OF MOVIE YOU WOULD WANT TO SEE WITH YOUR GIRLS. ITS ABOUT THE GAME OF THE RELATIONSHIP. IT WAS A NICE COMEDY, NOTHING TO SERIOUS. YOU WILL FIND YOURSELF SAYING "I DID THAT BEFORE." YOU WOULDN'T KNOW THAT IT WAS ONE OF THE RULES IN THE MOVIE. THIS MOVIE WILL LEAVE YOU SMILING WHEN ITS TIME FOR THE CREDITS TO ROLL.
(17 May 2013)
To be honest with you, I was getting a bit tired of the african american films based on relationships but I was pleasantly surprised with this film. The beginning reminded me of "The Brothers" with views of the city and the rest of the film reminded me somewhat of "Boomerang". The content however, was very funny. I liked the way Morris Chestnut was able to exploit his ability as a comedian. The scene after Day 5 (breezing through his office building full of confidence because he had scored an extra point) had me on the floor crying with laughter. I was glad that the film finished with no one getting the upper edge. The problem is that grown adults do play childish games on each other and it is such a terrible waste of life. Let that be a lesson to us all.Other funny scenes:Michaels teeth, I would not have wasted good money on those fangs. Keith's friend always having the last say. Tracy and her man arguing. And who could forget Tyrone - where did Shante find him???? Must have been desperate times !!
(16 May 2013)
I enjoyed this movie. I Thought Viveca played her part well. Although, I do like Viveca. She's really convincing. Morris Chestnut, is soooooooooooo fine. I really enjoyed looking at him. But overall, i liked this movie. go get it.
(15 May 2013)
This review is from: Two Can Play that Game (DVD) This movie is hilarious. There are very few black based movies that I like, but this is one that I actually do enjoy because of the funny script and characters. It's also socially correct and at the same time tells a nice story
(15 May 2013)
The volume is low and even with my Tv turned all the way up I can barely hear it : (
hengameh (15 May 2013)
The movie is based on a single Vivica A. Fox who wants to try to get back her what she thinks is her cheating boyfriend, so she goes through a tutorial-like 10 day process to get him back and most important of all.. behavied. The all star cast includes : Vivica A. Fox, Morris Chestnut, Anthony Anderson, and Gabrielle Union.
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