Brad Mayfield (Kurt Angle) is a vicious criminal who takes pleasure in kidnapping, assault and deranged murder. Officer Dan Burk is trying to stop his lust for blood, while the stakes of ... See full summary »
After he awakens in a hospital, a man tracks down and murders the man that left him and a bank teller for dead during a robbery, only to end up having the slain thief's associates come after him in retaliation.
Cuba Gooding Jr.,
Abel Grey is sent to investigate the death of a boy from an exclusive local school, who is found floating in the river. Fearing scandal, the school insists it was suicide. But after ... See full summary »
A detective in post-Katrina New Orleans has a series of surreal encounters with a troop of friendly Confederate soldiers while investigating serial killings of local prostitutes, a 1965 lynching, and corrupt local businessmen.
Tommy Lee Jones,
The song that Crawford hums when the lights go out is "December, 1963 (Oh What A Night)" by Frankie Valley and the Four Seasons. See more »
There is a long establishing shot of Thomas and Crawford pulling up in front of the mansion plus a shot of them being led into the house. During this time you do not hear any skeet shooting taking place. When they emerge into the back yard the general is shooting once every few seconds. Also, the general is shooting where the clay fragments would fall onto a neighbor's backyard. The umbrellas of a patio set are clearly visible on the other side of the wall. Beyond this, the skeet machine is firing to the left, whereas the general is shooting straight-on. See more »
In the opening credits, Cuba Gooding, Jr. is listed as 'Cuba Gooding, J.R.'. See more »
Cuba Gooding Jr. is a secret service agent who blames himself over the assassination of the U.S. President, i'll point out straight away that this is not the type of role that this very talented actor is noted for, and this film shows us why. He teams up with a persistent news reporter (Angie Harmon) to uncover the conspiracy surrounding the president's death, and so on, blah, blah, blah.
Even with a cast of James Woods, Cuba Gooding Jr, Anne Archer and Angie Harmon 'End Game' fails to grab your attention, plain and simple; some of the action is good, the acting isn't all bad and the story although clichéd and done before could have lead to an entertaining and enjoyable movie - WELL IT DOESN'T! The writing of the script and the direction makes absolutely sure of that, at no point does it suck you into the story or make you give the slightest thought to any of the characters.
4/10 It's Boring, Predictable and Dull.
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