Fair Game (1995)



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Supermodel Cindy Crawford makes her feature film debut in this actioner. She plays family law attorney Kate McQuean. Poor Kate is in a quandary as she suddenly finds herself targeted for death by a crack team of KGB assassins with the technology to access every aspect of her life. Fortunately, maverick Miami cop Max Kirkpatrick (William Baldwin) is there to protect her. Together, amidst violence, death, and destruction (seems like the killers can get everyone but Kate and Max) they must somehow stay alive and stop them. In the meantime, the cop and his leggy client find themselves falling in love.
Action & Adventure , Mystery & Suspense
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Miguel Sandoval
as Juantorena
Olek Krupa
as Zhukov
Marc Macaulay
as Navigator
Frank Medrano
as Guaybera
Don Yesso
as Beanpole
Paul Dillon
as Hacker
Gustav Vintas
as Stefan
Hank Stone
as Ratso
Ski Zawaski
as Bail Bondsman
Nancy Ann Nahra
as Forensics
Anthony Giaimo
as Cafe Romano Manager
Carmen Lopez
as Angry Mother
Erika Navarro
as Four-year-old Girl
Pamela Berrard
as Hotel Desk Clerk
Mark Wheatle
as Stop & Shop Clerk
Bubba Baker
as Hog Truck Driver
Ruben Rabasa
as Computer Store Manager
Jim Greene
as Tow Truck Driver
Antoni Corone
as Codebreaker
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All Critics (24) | Top Critics (8)

An enjoyable movie.

Full Review… | June 18, 2002
San Francisco Chronicle
Top Critic

One could scavenge the thesaurus to find synonyms for 'awkward' to describe Crawford's performance.

April 12, 2002
Globe and Mail
Top Critic

Crawford packs a phallic pistol and traipses through the rain in a transparent slip. Share the fantasy, babe.

May 12, 2001
Rolling Stone
Top Critic

The lamest model-turned-actress movie since Lauren Hutton co-starred with Evel Knievel in the misbegotten Viva Knievel!

Full Review… | February 13, 2001
Los Angeles Times
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Howlingly bad -- so awful, in fact, that it can actually be enjoyed on a certain level.

Full Review… | December 31, 1999
Top Critic

Works as a thriller for anyone who lives entirely in the present. Those with longer memories will find the film grows increasingly funny as it rolls along.

Full Review… | December 31, 1999
Chicago Sun-Times
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Audience Reviews for Fair Game


The film that launched supermodel Cindy Crawford's stellar acting career. Ohh, right. Must've been Billy Baldwin's fault, the Ted McGinley of the silver screen.

Doctor Strangeblog
Doctor Strangeblog

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it looks just very typical 90s action movies...at least, the action scenes don't look as fake-assed as those cgi-saturated action movies in 2000s, for example, die hard 4 (super-fake), even the plots aren't logical at all. why russian terrorists have to spend big money to set dynamite in some woman lawyer's house to keep her from suing them? (just because she's cindy crawford?) why don't they just send some assassin to sneak into her house to strangle her or give her a stab in the back? (more lowe-key and economical, i suppose.) or just kill the women who hires the lawyer to prosecute the male owner of the ship so she won't make a fuss anymore? once again, just like all the hollywood movies, couples have to make love when they just have a violent fight, then at the urge of passion(or hormone), they have to shag even they might get blown off by a bomb or machine gun. death and sex mingled together are just fun? or is it super-cool to die under the paramout of orgasm with a bullet in your sperm-ful(pun intended) head? haha.

Veronique Kwak
Veronique Kwak

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decent chase movie

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danny d

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