Breakin' All the Rules/Two Can Play That Game [2 Discs] [DVD]
- SKU: 1009123
- Release Date: 12/29/2009
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- Breakin' All the Rules: Gag reel
- Cast and crew commentary
- Making of featurette
- Quincy Watson mock interview
- The newely colorized and completely restored The Three Stooges short film: "Hoi Polloi"
- Two Can Play That Game: Director's commentary
- Two Can Play That Game: How to survive the battle of the sexes
- First Time at bat
- Vivica A. Fox - Makes her move
- KeKe Wyatt featuring Avant "Nothing In This World"
- Closed Captioned
Love really is a battlefield in this war of the sexes comedy that marks the directorial debut of Def Jam's How to Be a Player (1997) screenwriter Mark Brown. Vivica A. Fox stars as Shante, a knowledgeable veteran of the dating game who thinks she's found the perfect mate in the handsome Keith (Morris Chestnut). When Keith is spotted stepping out with Shante's arch-rival Conny (Gabrielle Union), the spurned lover institutes what she labels the "ten-day plan," an all-out assault on Keith designed to make him come crawling back to her. Shante's scheme includes sexy lingerie, home cooking, aloofness, and other tactics intended to make Keith regret his errant ways, but Keith is receiving contradictory advice from his allegedly worldly wise buddy Tony (Anthony Anderson). Two Can Play That Game is produced by Doug McHenry, director of Jason's Lyric (1994) and Kingdom Come (2001). ~ Karl Williams, Rovi
Breakin' All the Rules
A man who writes the book on ending a romance runs into rough sledding while starting a new one in this comedy. Quincy (Jamie Foxx) is a magazine editor whose life takes an unexpected turn for the worse when his fiancée, Helen (Bianca Lawson), decides to give him some interesting news at their engagement party -- she's breaking up with him. A few days later, Quincy's boss, Phillip (Peter MacNicol), gives him the task of cutting manpower in his department by 15 percent; too emotionally beaten to fire anyone, Quincy responds by quitting his job. Deeply depressed, Quincy begins writing a letter to Helen to explain his feelings, but as he analyses his emotions, his notes take a different turn, and Quincy decides to write a book about how to painlessly break up with someone. The book becomes a smash best-seller, and Quincy's friends begin turning to him for advice on the subject of getting out of relations. Quincy's cousin Evan (Morris Chestnut) is eager to call things off with his girlfriend, Nicky (Gabrielle Union), and asks him to do the dirty work for him; however, Evan begins to have second thoughts when he discovers Quincy has fallen for her. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi
Cast & Crew
- Vivica A. Fox - Shante Smith
- Lee Anthony - Attorney In Elevator
- Morris Chestnut - Keith Fenton
- Anthony Anderson - Tony
- Gabrielle Union - Conny Spalding