Tony is crazy about video games. But he is arrested during a hold-up which failed, and he goes to prison for eight months. When he gets out, he contacts Valery, GameStar's boss, and offers her a new video game concept.

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Tony
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Nina
Alexis Loret ...
Luc
Bruno Salomone ...
Rico
Maud Buquet ...
Sabrina
Gérard Vivès ...
Marcus Lambert
Frédéric Saurel ...
José (as Fred Saurel)
Jean-Pierre Kalfon ...
Albert
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Valérie Fisher
Julien Courbey ...
Momo
Catherine Benguigui ...
Dietetician
Frédéric Lancian ...
Alex
Yvan Varco ...
Pierre
Sébastien Fontaine ...
Le cadre superieur (as Sebastien Fontaine)
Valérie Steffen ...
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Tony is crazy about video games. But he is arrested during a hold-up which failed, and he goes to prison for eight months. When he gets out, he contacts Valery, GameStar's boss, and offers her a new video game concept.

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21 March 2001 (France)  »

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A cheap copy of Luc Besson's productions.
28 October 2001 | by (Paris, France) – See all my reviews

This overbudgeted TV-movie tries to be hip and cool and copies very closely the style of Besson's productions (Poor Said Taghmaoui's character is directly inspired by Naceri in the "Taxi" franchise), from the esthetics to the dialogue. But a cliché-riddled storyline sinks it from the start, not helped by characters which are more annoying than funny or engaging (The worse being "Marcus Lambert", an actor modeled on Van Damme and his linguo.) As you guess, you don't really learn anything about the world of gamers or video cames. All in all, a dreadful experience.


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