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Cast

 

Kimberly Bailey ... Caller #1 (voice)
Chip Dobbs ... Office Worker

Christopher B. Duncan ... Marcus

Tisha Frederick ... Assistant

Carl Gilliard ... Caller #2 (voice)
Carlos Hooper ... Businessman

Michael Jace ... E
Stacey Johnson-Whaley ... Beautiful Woman

Mark Christopher Lawrence ... Wesley
Mother Love ... Phyllis
Antwon Pledger Payton ... Pledger
LaTocha Scott ... Vanessa

Anthony Singleton ... Junior Executive
Michael Smalls ... DJ

Kellita Smith ... Cheryl
Lia Smith ... Fiona

Gina Torres ... Stacey

Terri J. Vaughn ... Wanda
Jade Whaley ... Featrured
Michael Whaley ... Michael
John Fitzgerald Page ... Office Worker (uncredited)

Directed by
Michael Whaley 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Michael Whaley 
J.M. Winters 

Produced by
Tommy Burns .... co-producer
Yeoman Elvan .... executive producer
Robert Idavia .... associate producer
Thomas Mueed .... executive producer
T.C. Payton .... executive producer
LaMonica Peters .... associate producer
Curtis Shaw .... co-producer
Lia Smith .... associate producer
Steve Weisberg .... co-producer
Jaki West .... line producer
Michael Whaley .... executive producer
Michael Whaley .... producer
William White .... executive producer
 
Cinematography by
Stephen Timberlake 
 
Film Editing by
Amber Pfeiffer 
 
Casting by
Cydney McCurdy 
 
Production Design by
Kimberly Buckley 
Carol Bayne Kelley 
 
Art Direction by
Tim Barrett 
Andreas Gobor 
 
Costume Design by
Les Francis 
 
Makeup Department
Nicole Charles .... key hair stylist
Shawneen Dillon .... makeup artist
Ruth Gobor .... key makeup artist
Robyn Hill .... key makeup artist
Jennifer Ivey .... key makeup artist
Cheryl Thomas .... additional makeup artist
Linda Thompson .... key hair stylist
Monique Thompson .... key hair stylist
 
Production Management
Jaki West .... unit production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Colleen Cortes .... additional second assistant director
Mark Hansson .... first assistant director
Todd Turner .... second assistant director
 
Art Department
Duval Adams .... lead man
Daryl Baskerville .... set dresser
Dwight Benjamin-Creel .... property master
Steven Michael Casey .... property master
Holly Huff .... lead decorator
Todd Michaels .... property master
Winifred Newman .... lead man
Julian Swann .... construction coordinator
 
Sound Department
James Berek .... sound mixer
Mick Davies .... boom operator
Brendan Davis .... sound mixer
Lucien Eagle-Jack .... boom operator
Jon Tendrich .... boom operator
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Andrew Babin .... best boy
Bill Bennett .... key grip (as William Bennett)
Aaron Bowen .... first assistant camera
Robert Clark .... high definition video engineer (as Bob Clark)
Stephen Crocker .... best boy
Dejon Ellis Jr. .... key grip
Mark Henderson .... gaffer
David Hirschmann .... first assistant camera
Alonzo Quentin Jackson .... grip
Christopher Kidder .... key grip
Chris Kleiner .... lamp operator
Christopher Mills .... best boy
Terry Moore .... electrician
David Navarro .... gaffer
Isaac Newton .... grip
Dan Robinson .... best boy grip
Nancy Segler .... second assistant camera
Grant Smith .... best boy grip
David Steinmetz .... best boy
Jeff Stewart .... gaffer
Meg Tyra .... grip
 
Casting Department
Tisha Frederick .... extras casting
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Valere Diamond .... costume assistant
Katara Harwood .... costume assistant
Cas Sigers-Beedles .... wardrobe supervisor (as Cas Sigers)
 
Music Department
Steven Barry .... music supervisor (as Steven Barri Cohen)
Steven Barri Cohen .... music supervisor
 
Transportation Department
Bryan Adams .... driver
Jess Graham .... driver
 
Other crew
Samantha Abramsohn .... production assistant
Rebecca Andersen .... set production assistant
David Branin .... set production assistant
Sekinah Brown .... production assistant
Matt B. Davis .... production assistant
Stu Dodge .... production coordinator (as Stuart Dodge)
Ricky Horne Jr. .... set production assistant
Patrick Ingram .... production assistant
Michael Jazz .... production office assistant
Stewart McAlpine .... production assistant
Jeremy McGuire .... production assistant
LaMonica Peters .... assistant to director
Lindsay Elizabeth Pogue .... production assistant
Lia Smith .... talent stylist
Sue Ellen Smith .... script supervisor
Michael Sullivan .... production assistant
Karen Thames .... production assistant
Linda Warrilow .... production coordinator
Sandra Washington .... assistant to director
Thomas B.J. Williams .... production assistant
Joanna Yearsley .... script supervisor
 

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14 out of 18 people found the following review useful.
Why and How did this film make it out the studio?, 13 January 2006
Author: plife from United States

OK, Fair Game is billed as a romantic comedy. If I go into all the details I'll vomit up my dinner. This awful "romantic comedy" is about two coworkers, Michael and Stacey,(Michael Whaley and Gina Torres respectively), who find themselves temporarily living together after Michael's landlady kicks him out of his apartment temporarily for repairs. The two discover they have feelings for each other which is hampered by the malignant presence of the company CEO, Marcus (Christopher B. Duncan)who has plans of making Stacey his right hand corporate piece of booty by luring her with the promise of a job promotion.

I'll stop here with the plot as my head hurts recalling the storyline which is too predictable and unimaginably awful. You get the feeling watching this poor quality film (not even deserving of the title "ghetto cinema") that some of the actors: Kellita smith, Terri Vaughn, Gina Torres, must have owed him (director and writer Michael Whaley) a favor from long ago...ouch , or why would they agree to offer their talent to such a poorly filmed piece of celluloid????? The storyline with potential concerning character E (Mark Christopher Lawrence)and his problem with rejection in relationships as he hesitantly embarks upon a new love interest could have been explored more.

This film seems too much like a freshman effort as the plot is severely disjointed and the little side stories with the other characters take away from the already weak stride of the fragile main storyline. This script could have been better written and directed...i simply choose to believe Whaley can and will do better work and that maybe, just maybe this was a one film deal with UrbanWorks and the last that simply had to be made and maybe...all involved knew going in this was going to be an awful awful film.

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