Three friends are on the verge of getting their video game financed when their benefactor is taken hostage by terrorists.


Kyle Newacheck


Anders Holm (screenplay by), Anders Holm (story by) | 3 more credits »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Adam Devine ... Alexxx
Anders Holm ... Darren
Blake Anderson ... Joel
Chloe Bridges ... Diana
Andrew Bachelor ... Stud
Aya Cash ... Cassie
Daniel Stern ... Mitch
Jamie Demetriou ... Mr. Ahmad
William B. Davis ... Ray Security
Neal McDonough ... Conrad
Rhona Mitra ... Erma
Sam Richardson ... Donald
Brad Kelly ... Gavin
Steve Howey ... Rich
Mac Brandt ... Jared


Alexxx, Darren, and Joel are three losers who work as maids at a hotel and all have problems. Alexxx is an impulsive and immature manchild. Darren constantly vapes to avoid the world around. Joel is a closeted gay man whose sexuality is obvious to everyone except himself. When word gets out that social media influencer Bae Awadi is coming to their hotel, the three try to pitch their game idea to him. But when terrorists arrive and take hostages, including Bae, the three must man up and save the day.

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Some heroes are born. Others are maids.


Action | Comedy


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When the dog is swimming with the fish, there is a wide shot of the fish tank and all of the fish are grouped in the far left side of the tank. In the very next shot, a split second later, all of the fish are now suddenly on the far right side of the tank. See more »


Rich: Don't fuck with me asshole. I'm just getting started.
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References Home Alone 3 (1997) See more »


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Written by Darryl Ware and Big Freedia (as Freddie Ross)
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Game Over, Man!:
22 March 2019 | by PlatypuschowSee all my reviews

3 housekeepers in a hotel must embrace their inner heroes when terrorists take over the building Nakatomi Plaza style

Starring the obnoxiously annoying Adam Devine and a host of cameo appearances from Steve-O to Donald Faison to Mark Cuban this is a slapstick Hollywood comedy that simply wasn't funny enough.

Game Over, Man! could be broken down into three categories.

1) The moments that are funny 2) The moments that are too annoying to be funny 3) The moments that are too serious to be funny

Sadly 2 & 3 combined make up the majority of the film and though there were a few laughs to be had there simply wasn't enough for a feature film.

I've always said that Hollywood has lost its way when it comes to comedy. The reason being the formula they use, it's almost as if they are taking drama scripts throwing a few jokes in and calling them comedies. I thought based on the trailer this would be a rare exception and would be wall to wall silliness and jokes but it falls into the same pitfall. I don't want angst I want laughs!

Game Over, Man! isn't terrible it just struggles with a patchy script, an undeserving cast and the above Hollywood tropes.

The Good:

Some laughs to be had

The Bad:

Adam Devine

Needless animal death

Not consistently funny enough

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23 March 2018 (USA) See more »

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Dolby Atmos (Netflix)| Dolby Digital (as Dolby Surround 5.1)



Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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