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End Game -- Cuba Gooding, Jr. (Jerry Maguire, Pearl Harbor) leads an all-star cast which includes Burt Reynolds (The Longest Yard, The Dukes of Hazzard), James Woods (Any Given Sunday, John Q), Anne Archer (Clear and Present Danger) and Angie Harmon (TV's "Law and Order") in this action/thriller about a Secret Service agent and a reporter who investigate the murder and the conspiracy behind the assassinati...
End Game -- A secret Service agent and a news reporter investigate the conspiracy behind the assassination of the President.


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  (in credits order)

Cuba Gooding Jr. ... Alex Thomas

Angie Harmon ... Kate Crawford

James Woods ... Vaughn Stevens

Patrick Fabian ... Brian Martin

Peter Greene ... Jack Baldwin

Jack Scalia ... The President

Anne Archer ... The First Lady

David Selby ... Shakey Fuller

Burt Reynolds ... General Montgomery

Sarah Ann Schultz ... Janice Frost

Todd Jensen ... Agent Smith

Brian Presley ... Billy Bergoon

Benito Martinez ... Ramsey

Patrick Treadway ... Lewis Detimore

Yuji Okumoto ... Doctor Lee
J.P. O'Shaughnessy ... Doctor Reid

Heather Dawn ... Reporter (as Heather Dawn Fishman)
Cordell Lewis ... Fire Chief
Jeffrey Humphrey ... Newscaster

Kimberly Quinn ... Thelma (as Kim Quinn)
Pam Long ... Detimore's Mom

John Cenatiempo ... Tony Morino

Eddie J. Fernandez ... Cop #1

Troy Brown ... Cop #2 (as Troy J. Brown)
John Casino ... Policeman
Spencer Sano ... Special Operations Agent

Johnny Martin ... Driver

Carsten Norgaard ... Arman (as Carsten Noorsgard)

Christa Campbell ... Mistress
Sydney Walsh ... Teenage Girl
Dain Turner ... Nick
John V. Barbieri ... Secret Service Agent
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Pepper Cross ... Nurse (as Denise Marie Thomas)
Cole Gamble ... Agent Sacks

Kent Kimball ... Reporter with Detimore

Scott Roddan ... Himself
Jhon Goodwin ... Metro Police Officer (uncredited)
Bethany D. Hart ... Fan (uncredited)
Benjamin Maixner ... Day Player (uncredited)
Travis Pell ... Customer (uncredited)
Angelique Robinson ... Pre-teen girl #2 (uncredited)
James M. Tilley ... Secret Service Agent (uncredited)

Andrew Varenhorst ... Secret Service Agent (uncredited)
Jared Wagner ... Boy walking (uncredited)
Maiah Wynne ... Child on bus (uncredited)

Directed by
Andy Cheng 
Writing credits
J.C. Pollock (story)

J.C. Pollock (written by) and
Andy Cheng (written by)

Produced by
Boaz Davidson .... executive producer
Danny Dimbort .... executive producer
Manfred D. Heid .... executive producer
Gerd Koechlin .... executive producer
Josef Lautenschlager .... executive producer
Avi Lerner .... executive producer
Johnny Martin .... producer
Juan A. Mas .... line producer
David E. Ornston .... producer
Brett Ratner .... executive producer
Richard Salvatore .... producer
Trevor Short .... executive producer
Andreas Thiesmeyer .... executive producer
Tierre Turner .... producer
Original Music by
Kenneth Burgomaster 
Cinematography by
Chuck Cohen (director of photography) (as Charles Cohen)
Film Editing by
Julia Wong 
Casting by
Rosemary Welden 
Production Design by
Vincent DeFelice 
Set Decoration by
Benjamin Maixner 
Costume Design by
Melissa Lacombe 
Makeup Department
Trista Jordan .... key makeup artist
Arlene Nagle .... key hair stylist
Jolynn Nieto .... hairstylist
Angel Radefeld .... hair stylist
Angel Radefeld .... makeup artist
Kimberly Ulmer .... makeup department head
Production Management
Rich Cowan .... executive in charge of production
George Gale .... post-production supervisor: Millennium Films
Ian Kennedy .... post-production supervisor
Kathie McCallister .... post-production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Greg Guzik .... second assistant director
Johnny Martin .... second unit director
Spiro Razatos .... second unit director
Art Department
Dan Beyer .... set dresser
Craig Binkley .... visual consultant: Spokane
Lee Lazarow .... property master
Charles Lewis .... assistant property master
David Steen .... art department coordinator
Jana Treadwell .... set dresser
Sound Department
Jason Brennan .... sound re-recording mixer
Chris Clifford .... boom operator
Marc Glassman .... sound effects editor
Anthony Krajchir .... sound engineer
Paul Menichini .... sound effects editor
Nancy Parker .... foley artist
Paul Ratajczak .... sound re-recording mixer
Carlos Sanches .... adr editor
Gabriel J. Serrano .... sound engineer
Tom Taylor .... sound mixer
Steven Utt .... sound engineer
Britton Ortize .... sound designer (uncredited)
Britton Ortize .... sound effects editor (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Giuliano Fiumani .... special effects supervisor
Craig Reedy .... special effects technician
Jim Reedy .... special effects foreman
Frank Toro .... special effects technician
Visual Effects by
Simeon Asenov .... digital artist
Scott Coulter .... visual effects producer
Miroslav Dikov .... visual effects coordinator
Nikolay Gachev .... visual effects supervisor
Emil Georgiev .... model maker
Velislava Gospodinova .... digital effects compositor
Ivan Grozev .... digital artist
Dobromir Hristov .... digital compositor
Velichko Ivanov .... digital compositor
Milen Jiliazkov .... digital lead artist
Delyan Ketipov .... digital effects artist
Momchil Kirov .... digital effects artist
Nikolay Kolev .... digital artist
Danail Lazarov .... assistant visual effects editor
Ivailo Marinov .... digital effects artist
Jordan Markov .... visual effects editor
Maria Mavrova .... 3D animator
Nikolay Mihailov .... assistant visual effects editor
Nikolay Mishonov .... lead 3D artist
Krasimir Paskalev .... visual effects coordinator
Nikola Simeonov .... lead 3D artist
Stefan Tchakarov .... visual effects production supervisor
Filip Uzunov .... digital effects artist
Adriana Valcheva .... digital effects artist
Borislava Zahova .... digital effects artist
Milen Zhelyazkov .... lead compositor
Jeff Douglas .... Avid DS Nitris artist: NxNW (uncredited)
Joe Cofer .... stunt rigger
Eddie J. Fernandez .... stunts
Al Goto .... stunt coordinator
Anita Hart .... stunt double: Angie Harmon
Mark Hicks .... stunt double
Yoshio Iizuka .... stunt performer
John Koyama .... stunts
Spencer Sano .... utility stunts
John Siciliano .... stunts
Justin Sundquist .... stunts
Michael Trisler .... stunt double
Camera and Electrical Department
Andy Barden .... electrician
Bob Clifford .... camera intern
Brianne Cronkhite .... additional second assistant camera
Tim Eberly .... still photographer
T.G. Firestone .... assistant camera
Christopher Fyan .... assistant camera
Brad Grimmett .... Steadicam operator
Brad Grimmett .... camera operator: "a" camera
Steve Hurson .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Mike Kjolso .... electrician
Mateo Londono .... underwater camera operator
Matthew May .... best boy electric
Cassius McCabe .... grip
Mike McEveety .... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Dan Misner .... grip
Justin O'Shaughnessy .... camera loader
Joe Vitellaro .... grip
Mike Vukas .... gaffer
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Kirstin Bianchi .... costume assistant
Alayna Caryl .... costume assistant
Lisa Caryl-Vukas .... wardrobe supervisor (as Lisa Caryl)
Rebecca Cook .... costume assistant
Julia Gelfgatt .... set costumer
Lori Maloney .... wardrobe preparation assistant: Los Angeles
Wesley Bryan Walker .... off-set dresser
Editorial Department
Alexandra Leviloff .... assistant editor: avid
Tim Maffia .... senior colorist
Sarah Parker .... post-production coordinator: Millenium Films
Music Department
Selena Arizanovic .... music coordinator
Drew DeAscentis .... music editor
Ashley Waldron .... music supervisor (as Ashley Miller)
Transportation Department
Steve Evans .... driver
Bart Heimburger .... transportation coordinator
John Suttles .... driver
Other crew
Rachel Abarbanell .... production coordinator: Los Angeles
Megan Albertus .... animal caretaker
Craig Antioco .... epk director
Donald Bruce .... production controller
Rachel Cates .... production assistant
Lisa Collins .... script supervisor
Jessica Dolan .... production secretary
Maura Feely .... assistant location manager
Claude Forest .... insurance broker
Michael Gershowitz .... extras wrangler
Pamela B. Green .... main title producer
Kris Hafso .... production assistant
Brad Harland .... production accountant
Elizabeth Harrington .... photo double
Elizabeth Harrington .... production assistant
Cole Hoover .... production assistant
Kent Kimball .... stand-in for james woods
Kent Kimball .... stand-in
Susannah Lowber .... production coordinator
Gretchen Oyster .... key set production assistant
Frederic Perrin .... caterer
John Petty .... location manager
Lonnie Ramati .... production business affairs
Amanda R. Robinson .... production assistant
Scott Roddan .... stand-in
Mary C. Rolfes .... production coordinator
Tristan Staton .... production assistant
Pete Stroud .... pre-rigger
Sharla Tandler .... publicist
Jarik Van Sluijs .... creative director: main titles
T.J. Williams .... operator: remote head

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Rated R for violence and some language
93 min | Argentina:99 min
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The movie is supposed to occur in Washington, DC, but was actually filmed in Spokane, WA.See more »
Continuity: In the second to last scene when Alex is speaking with the First Lady, the line of blood from the cut on the side of his face goes up and down.See more »
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18 out of 23 people found the following review useful.
A stellar cast looking for a movie, 4 October 2006
Author: krorie from Van Buren, Arkansas

Apparently most of the money spent in making "End Game" went to pay the stars. With such adept actors as Cuba Gooding Jr., James Wood, Anne Archer, and a pasty-faced Burt Reynolds literally having a bad-hair day, this movie should have been much better. None of the others looks quite as shopworn as Burt but they do give the appearance of being tired and bored. Cuba almost walks through his lines as if reading from a cue card.

The story is trite and lackluster, with only a few exciting scenes such as the opening assassination. Both writers, J.C. Pollock and stunt man Andy Cheng, are novices and it shows. Even the title is lame. Of what relevance is "End Game," and what exactly is the story? This viewer got confused, especially toward the end.

Vaguely, the film is about the assassination of a President and a personal investigation by the secret service man, Alex Thomas (Gooding), who did take a bullet for the President. But the bullet pierced Thomas' hand and then hit the President, ergo Thomas feels responsible for the Chief Executive's death, that he also let the First Lady down. He is joined in his manhunt by a reporter, Kate Crawford (Angie Harmon), who is determined to crack the case and get her scoop even at the risk of her own life. The situation becomes extremely hazardous as more and more evidence is uncovered pointing a finger to those in high places of our government. How the case is resolved at the end of the game leaves several unanswered questions. That all this sounds familiar indicates the picture's lack of originality and creativity.

The hackneyed script does provide a few good lines such as when Kate is interrogating an indigent person who keeps asking her for money. When she wants him to keep a house under surveillance, he tells her he would be glad to help anytime. She mumbles under her breath,"And how much will that cost me?"

Rather than waste time watching "End Game," why not rent other better movies on the topic such as "In The Line Of Fire," starring Clint Eastwood?

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