Three Can Play That Game

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Three Can Play That Game
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Directed bySamad Davis
Produced byDianne Ashford
Lita Richardson
Rob Hardy
Vivica A. Fox
Will Packer
Written byMark Brown
Starring Jason George
Jazsmin Lewis
Kellita Smith
Tony Rock
Vivica A. Fox
Music byKenyatta Beasley
CinematographyTommy Maddox-Upshaw
Edited byDeanna Nowell
Distributed by Stage 6 Films
Rainforest Films
Screen Gems
Release date
  • October 2007 (2007-10)(American Black Film Festival)
  • February 12, 2008 (2008-02-12)(United States)
Running time
91 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish

Three Can Play That Game is a 2007 romantic comedy film directed by Samad Davis and starring Jason George, Jazsmin Lewis, and Vivica A. Fox. It is a sequel to the 2001 film Two Can Play That Game .

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Plot

When Byron (George) hits the big time, no one is happier than his girlfriend Tiffany (Lewis) - that is, until she catches him flirting with his sly new project manager Carla (Kellita Smith). While contemplating whether to break it off with Byron, Tiffany's best friend tells her about a specialist for women whose men can not control their primitive urges. Enter Ms. Shanté Smith (Fox). Using her knowledge of the male psyche and her new Five Step program, Shanté gives Tiffany the necessary tools she needs to "train" Byron and teach him a lesson for his behavior. However, Byron also has expert advice in his corner, courtesy of his best friend Gizzard (Tony Rock). Once again, the battle for the title of the superior sex is on.

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