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Two Can Play That Game

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The movie tells the story of Shante, a knowledgeable veteran of the dating game who thinks she's found the perfect mate in the handsome Keith until she spots him at a restaurant dancing with a young woman. It turns out that they both can play the game really well.
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Variety
Few recent movies have conceived their central female character more contemptuously -- a fanatic for a lifestyle that appears to have come from the bestselling The Rules and someone who is obviously set up for a satiric fall.
September 10, 2001
Apollo Guide
I shudder at the thought of a 14-year old girl watching this film.
January 08, 2002
Seattle Times
A pleasant enough entry in that category, if you like your romantic comedies short on love and long on battle-of-the-sexes gamesmanship.
September 07, 2001
Baseline.Hollywood.com
"Two Can Play That Game" has some amusing moments, showcases a terrific cast, but falters in real matters of the heart.
December 21, 2001
Toronto Star
The movie doesn't just hate women; it despises them.
September 07, 2001
Entertainment Weekly
Fox and Chestnut, with their fine looks and fine wardrobes, are all dressed up for a party that most guests bailed on in the last days of the old millennium.
September 14, 2001
Mr. Showbiz
A feature-length movie demands a story, and this one barely has the substance of an anecdote.
September 10, 2001
Washington Post
Doesn't anyone get sick of this same old routine?
September 07, 2001