Game of Death (2010)
Expert assassin for hire Marcus Jones (Wesley Snipes) is on the run from CIA agents, an international weapons dealer, and billionaires after being framed for a murder he didn't commit. He must find whoever is responsible before they find him first. Directed by Giorigo Serafini. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
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Critic Reviews for Game of Death
The end result of a production in chaos, Game of Death is unconvincing, two-dimensional and badly executed
Audience Reviews for Game of Death
A poor quality political action flick with Wesley Snipes as what I could see the directorial and editorial touch was the use of black and white, which comes out of nowhere and seems completely out of place. It looks terrible!
Impossible to be confused with Bruce Lee's fabled final film of the same title, Game of Death is a trumped-up and misleading description of Snipes's shuffle as killing machine Marcus. Confessing to a powerless priest (Ernie Hudson), Marcus flashes us back to a mission which delivers double-cross, courtesy of some treacherous dude and New Zealand stunt woman ZoŽ Bell. Snipes mechanically kicks and shots, as does ring-in Giorgio Serafini.
The entire hospital seems oblivious to the gun fight going on around them, but nothing feels like it really fit.
I only enjoy some of Snipes's action and fight scenes and Gary Daniels and Bell are average as the villains. I see Bell makes a super scary serious face, but it comes out ridiculous. The acting is poor and worst.
A dreadfully awful action film which title has nothing to do with the movies setting. A good fight at the end with Snipes and Daniels but the rest is awful, lots of bullets fired and not a single clip reloaded. Snipes dose not attempt to act once in this film. Gary Daniels gives the only performance worth noticing to bad the film is a waste of his talentMore
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