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Finishing the Game [DVD] [2007] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]

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4.0 out of 5 stars Excellent Parody On Classic Martial Arts movies 7 Dec. 2008
By Barron Kaminski - Published on Amazon.com
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Finishing the Game was an Excellent Parody of the Classic Martial Arts movies of the 70's. The script for this Mockumentary was hilarious, and the Casting was brilliant. The storyline involves the casting of a body double who can pass for Bruce Lee, so the film company that holds the remaining small amount of Authentic Bruce Lee footage, can complete and release his last film. Roger Fan as Breeze Loo isn't the typical martial arts hero - He looks and acts the part Perfectly but doesn't do any of his own stunts at all. Still, One look at his facial expressions would make any opponent think twice. Sung Kang as Cole Kim may be the most likable of the wannabe action stars who's enthusiasm is over the top overwhelming as he issues his intense lines with a smile on his face. Bernardo Pena as Remi Nguyen is the exact opposite as he recites his lines with absolutely no emotion or facial expression. The Audition Scenes for the coveted role are one of this film highlights. Dustin Nguyen and James France are seen in a hilarious send up of American (Buddy)Crime Dramas of the 70's (Think Streets of S.F.) And MC Hammer is fun as a Shrewd entrepreneur making money exploiting the need for Minorities in Hollywood films. Oh Yeah, And I can't leave out the (obviously) caucasian dude who thinks he passes for being asian because his mother was asian. He even crusades for the rights of all exploited asian americans,.... including himself. There is even a familiar sounding Voice (Think Classic Sci-Fi) as one of the Dubbed Voices in a classic Kung Fu clip earlier in the film. I probably should've given this movie a 5 star Rating but it felt too short, perhaps partly due to the way it ended. It's around 80 minutes or so long and I think a bit of that may have been credits as well. It definitely left me wanting more, BUT the movie time it did have was Excellent. Thumbs Up.
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars 26 Nov. 2016
By ivan payne - Published on Amazon.com
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Very underrated film
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2.0 out of 5 stars You're gonna need some weed 14 Jun. 2013
By David Brooks - Published on Amazon.com
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Watched this movie a long time ago and thought it was very funny. But that must've been the weed talking. Don't be sober and watch this movie. You'll regret it.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Hilarious! Lin is a genius! 15 Mar. 2009
By Dallas B. Decker - Published on Amazon.com
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Very funny movie on several levels. Looks at discrimination, which is very real and hurtful, and by laughing at it helps diffuse the hurt. Even the most unlikeable characters become real, and likeable. Finishing the Game is a great watch with a group of friends, and even better the second time. I nearly fell off my chair laughing a few times, but look for the subtleties as well. Goes far deeper than one might think, but is a lot of fun on every level.
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars 2 Sept. 2014
By j jones - Published on Amazon.com
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Insightful and funny satire of movie making in the 1970S. Worth every penny.
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