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Ernesto Gómez Cruz,
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Harry Connick Jr.
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[after dumping a ton of mail on Max's desk]
THIS is your mail because it has your name on it! My mail is sometimes addressed to OCCUPANT. Because, Max, I AM the fucking occupant of my place! Whereas YOU are no longer an occupant. Is this sinking in? GET YOUR SHIT OUT OF MY APARTMENT!
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Excellent film that is sure to keep you on the edge of your seat from start to finish and blow you away
Even though I haven't read the book, if you ask me, FAIR GAME is an excellent film that is sure to keep you on the edge of your seat from start to finish and blow you away. I said that because Kirkpatrick (William Baldwin) and Kate (Cindy Crawford) were always on the run from danger. Also, I loved Rita (Salma Hayek). I just wish her role in the movie had been bigger. In my opinion, the performances were top grade, the direction was superior, the costumes were perfectly designed, and the cast was perfectly chosen. Also, the soundtrack is really good, too. Before I wrap this up, I must warn you that this movie is very violent if you're going to see it, so viewer discretion is strongly advised. Now, in conclusion, if you like Andrew Sipes films or enjoyed Paula Gosling's title novel, I highly recommend this movie. It's sure to keep you guessing from start to finish.
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