Two Can Play That Game (2001) - Comedy, Romance

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An arrogant career woman plays a series of heartless mind-games with her boyfriend to "put him in line," only to discover that he has a few tricks up his own sleeve.

IMDB: 6.2
Director: Mark Brown
Stars: Vivica A. Fox, Morris Chestnut
Length: 90 Minutes
PG Rating: R
Reviews: 3 out of 33 found boring (9.09%)

One-line Reviews (18)

While some might find it entertaining and/or funny (really depends on who you are), it will be hard for some (as it was for me) to care about some of these characters after a while.

The story was completely predictable.

FINAL VERDICT: Worth watching if you can catch it on cable.

It ain't Shakespeare, but it's a fun and entertaining film that's all in good taste.

Boring, not funny....

The 'rules' are also very boring: 'no 3', 'day 2', rule four, 'sixth day'.

Cute, entertaining .

An uneventful story combined with laughless dialogue resulted in the most boring movie I've seen all summer.

Oh, another cliché - the Chinese man delivering an order.

Vivica Fox and Gabrielle Union are so beautiful and are very entertaining!

but she is sadly disappointed when her home is empty and he isn't there for her.

One cliché - the buxom, feisty girlfriend.

Although the humor occasionally qualifies as raunchy, first-time director Mark Brown has penned a harmlessly entertaining emotional epic that should keep both sexes laughing out loud at the antics of an exceptional ensemble cast featuring debonair Morris Chestnut and comic genius Anthony Anderson.


) is fine & intense as could be & Anthony A & other actors are hilarious!

The humor is on the edge of being targeted a little too much for the American audiences.

This is not really anything new, but it's still entertaining and the acting worked for me.

No, it couldn't and should not have been an "Academy Award Nominee" by no stretch of the imagination, but it is highly entertaining and does have it's comedic moments.