When Chris gets mixed up with the Russian Mafia and Algerian gangsters while trying to help his best friend pay off a large debt, he has to decide if he puts his career on the rocks by ...
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When Chris gets mixed up with the Russian Mafia and Algerian gangsters while trying to help his best friend pay off a large debt, he has to decide if he puts his career on the rocks by embarking on a spree of dangerous robberies that could end up with him in prison, or possibly dead.
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an absolute trainwreck of a film
The film was an utter disaster. The film felt amateur, probably due to its producers being Richard Colton, an editor who's only real roles have been that of an editor and as such has much to learn about producing himself, and Calum Best, who appears to have made this film simply to place himself as a main character in a movie.
The script seems forced and comedic value is lacking to say the least. The Russian accents weren't great and as such it was hard to take the mafia scenes seriously at all.
I also find it interesting how the name of the film was changed after production from 'name of the game' to 'dangerous game', making it appear that they wish to hide bad reviews from its original viewings
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