Fifty/Fifty (50-50) (1993)




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In this blood-spattered actioner, two soldiers of fortune are forcibly recruited by the CIA to lead a group of ill-trained guerillas in hope of staging a Southeast Asian coup against an unfriendly dictator. Matters are not helped by the fact that the mercenaries despise each other.
Action & Adventure , Comedy
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Cannon Home Video

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Peter Weller
as Jake Wyer
Robert Hays
as Sam French
Ramona Rahman
as Suleta
Kay Tong Lim
as Akhantar
Dom Magwili
as General Bosavi
Azmil Mustapha
as Colonel Kota
as Jamik
Rohmat Juraimi
as Rebel Leader
Ursala Martin
as Liz Powell
Sharudeen Tamby
as Colonel Seng
M. Rasuli
as Subaltern
Kenji Sevai
as Helmsman
Ismail Bin Raimli
as Elephant Man
Neelawthura Wijewardene
as Plane Mechanic
Anna Lim
as Maid
Helmy Salleh
as Treasurer
Farah Esmilia Ramli
as Girl With Grenade
Hussein Abu Hassan
as Bus Driver
Giuseppe Pollini
as Waiter in Rome
Alessandra Filotei
as Girl in Rome
Ursula Martin
as Liz Powell
Kenji Savai
as Helmsman
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Critic Reviews for Fifty/Fifty (50-50)

All Critics (5)

The first and last in a long series of Peter Weller / Robert Hays buddy comedies.

July 25, 2002

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August 27, 2005

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November 12, 2003
Star Newspapers (Chicago, IL)

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April 27, 2003

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Full Review… | December 31, 1999
Austin Chronicle

Audience Reviews for Fifty/Fifty (50-50)


It's hard to believe these two leads were once popular, but I'd be lying if I said there isn't a few funny moments here, thanks to Robert Hays. The acting is horrid, of course, the plot is laughable, and the action isn't even satisfying. It's pretty awful.

Bloodmarsh Krackoon
Bloodmarsh Krackoon

For some, it would seem like Robert Hays and Peter Weller are not the best duo in action comedy when in fact they deliver goods extremely well. With funny lines, a good soundtrack, and loud action, Fifty/Fifty will please any hardcore action comedy fan. For my full review of Fifty/Fifty (1992), check it out on this IMDB link:

Nick Salvemini
Nick Salvemini

I first saw this movie on VHS and I enjoyed it a lot. I then just saw it on DVD and it pretty much was the same experience all over again. It is a fun movie and never bores you. It goes fast and with a high energy. It is surprising how good it is to be honest because I had never heard of the film. I think what makes it so good is the fact that it is shot on location and it has a distinct feel to it. The action scenes especially in the ending are great and a really good death scene of the final bad guy. Peter Weller and Robert Hays are awesome. Overall, I own the poster to this film a big one. It is a fun action movie and I enjoy it a lot.

Matthew Marks
Matthew Marks

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