Second of three major theatrical feature films entitled with a "Fair Game" title in twenty-five years. The first was the outback Australian thriller Fair Game (1986) and the third was the American spy drama thriller Fair Game (2010) starring Naomi Watts and Sean Penn. During this quarter century period, there has also been Fair Game (2005), Fair Game (1988) (aka "Mamba" / "Fair Game"), as well as the tele-movie Fair Game (1994). See more »
The explosion starts in the car's engine area, not the gas tank. See more »
Who's ever after you are real pros.
I guess I should be proud, it would be embarrassing to be killed by an amateur.
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I don't why "Fair Game" got such a harsh critique. I thought the cast choices were great. Billy Baldwin playing a tough cop, and Cindy Crawford as a lawyer. This movie was action-packed, and a thrill-seeker as well. I liked the train scene when the cop and lawyer got on, and the Caddy sacrificed itself at the pole. Going after the KGB is an extreme task, especially when these agents are extreme themselves. Killing everyone in their path, targeting anyone they first lay eyes on. At first, both Kate(Crawford) and Max(Baldwin) don't get along too well. But when the rogue KGB starts targeting people, and killing Kate's sister, that's when the two began to trust one another. Some scenes remind me of "The Gauntlet" and "The Joshua Tree". The action of the movie is just right, I don't see what the big deal was. Perhaps when a model decides to go into acting, expect a lot of typecasting in the making. I don't see it that way, Cindy Crawford did fine there. I don't care what the critics say, this movie was fine, not in the theaters, but at home, it's a hit! 3 out of 5 stars!
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