Drama • R • 1997 • 2 hr 9 min
Was expecting nothing from this film. Then I realized I was very very wrong. This is a film to watch definitely blew my mind
It’s exciting and paranoid; the nature of the movie as a symbol for our post modern reality is rightly controversial. Some people may scoff.
Thrilling with a mega twist. An outstanding film.
Expertly crafted Fincher film. Deborah Kara singer has never been better
My dark horse pick for Fincher’s filmography. A fine piece of thrilling filmmaking by one of the best in the business.
Good mistery. Great premise and plot twists.
Great movie, Fincher really builds up the tension and you get as paranoid as the main character. Douglas delivers an amazing performance
It's a good thriller with a complex plot and many twists. Not a very emotional one though. It keeps your brain interested, not your heart.
Take The Truman Show, add in a line of coke, then throw it off the roof of a tall building. That's The Game.
You have to watch it to find it, one where no expectations going in is the best way to view.
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