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The Name Of The Game
Performed by The Crystal Method
Composed by Ken Jordan (as K. Jordan), Scott Kirkland (as S. Kirkland), Tom Morello (as T. Morello)
Published by EMI Virgin Music, Harder Faster Music, EMI Virgin Songs, Inc., Drug Money Music and LBV Songs
Courtesy of Geffen Records under license from Universal Music Enterprises
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I was not impressed or disgusted enough to leave a comment on this film. So why am I typing now? I saw this was in the bottom 100 here on IMDB. It wasn't that bad. Actually I enjoyed it, but I was in the mood to not think and just watch stuff blow up (having a bad day). That's what I got. Lots and lots of explosions, and fun action, there were more explosions then dialouge. There is some plot here, but don't watch this for realism or story. It's a cartoon, a video game, just mindless action and entertainment, and thats why its worth seeing and doesn't belong on the bottom 100.
It doesn't come close to being a must see action flick (see the first 2 Lethal Weapons, Die Hard, Escape from New York or dozens of others), but it's not that bad.
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