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Three Can Play That Game (2007)

Shante Smith is a relationship expert who uses her knowledge of the male psyche to help women get what they want.

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Cast

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Shanté Smith
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Byron Thompson
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Tiffany
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Gizzard
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Linda
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Carla
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Candy
Rashan Ali ...
Monica
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Dexter McKinzie
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Guy In Crowd
Terrance L. Campbell ...
Dale
Al Garrison ...
Old Man #1
Barbara Triggs ...
Old Woman #1
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Young Man #1 (as Vincent Ward)
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Young Man #2
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Storyline

Shanté Smith has moved to Atlanta where she's the Love Doctor, helping women get their men to the altar. Tiffany calls her after she catches her boyfriend, Byron, in a clinch with his boss, Carla, just after he wins a competition similar to "The Apprentice." Shanté initiates a five-step program for Tiffany while Byron seeks advice from his best friend, Gizzard. The five steps include her meeting his family and her offering and withholding sex; Byron and Gizzard respond with their own strategies. Then, Bryon consults Shanté: has the Love Doctor switched sides? And, what happens if Byron finds out that Tiffany's playing games? Can true love run without a play book? Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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She's back and ready to even the score.

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Comedy | Romance

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Rated R for language and sexual content | See all certifications »
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October 2007 (USA)  »

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Comment garder son homme  »

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$1,000,000 (estimated)
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Did You Know?

Connections

Follows Two Can Play That Game (2001) See more »

Soundtracks

Gary's Groove
Written and Produced by Gary Foote
Performed by Harlemworks Orchestra
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really sad
31 March 2008 | by See all my reviews

just promotes playing games and all the stupid stereotypes for African-Americans....does not even deserve a 1 rating, and anyone who worked on this movie & acted in it really should not be allowed to work in movies ever again, really should be in jail for this foolishness. Vivica Fox has constantly put out bad movies. She can not act, refuses to take any lessons, and really just does not have any skills. Sad part is she is not this so-called "dime piece" label that men want to add to her (sad term to use anyway). Just another attempt to make money. The premise to use the reality theme type just shows the lack of imagination, with the "backdrop" of Atlanta.


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