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The Game 3 - Part 2

Posted by Webby on 2010-07-29 00:00:00 | Views: 166669 |

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8/21/2010 7:25:52 PM

Can u pls fix the movie, it is not showing, thnx



8/22/2010 11:39:18 AM

I do not care if they copied the movie script or not...this movie is just fantastic.Movie scripts have been copied and reused throughout the ages everybody knows that,so shut up and stop talking about it already like your saying something substantial. I for one think this movie is extremely good,the



8/23/2010 2:34:11 PM

pls what do i do? the last part of this movie is not showing, can this be fixed?



8/23/2010 5:20:36 PM

admin can u plx fix the movie it is not showing



8/24/2010 2:57:56 AM

movie not showing....pls fix ihtt



8/24/2010 8:28:07 PM

Yeah this movies is the same story from an Indian movie called Race, but they did a good job.



8/28/2010 4:23:30 PM

Fantastic! This is so so fast, refreshing and just sweet. I am so looooving this. It sure deserves an award! Great actors, actresses, script. It has been well played. A few lesson to learn as well. More grace to you.........



8/28/2010 4:33:16 PM

this is the best movie ever it kept me wanting for more great work guys



8/25/2010 4:57:38 PM

dis movie is not showing...pls fix it...i really wanna watch iht...



8/21/2010 8:02:21 PM

this is a indian movie story they stole, come on ghollywood be original!!! come up with your own story, stop stealling indian and american movies gosh!!!!!



8/28/2010 12:25:31 PM

If there was a hundred star, i would have given it to this movie. One of the best, and yea, u heard me right! this is one of the best movies in nollywood and it sure deserves the best movie award of the year. Great great great! i cant say enough about this movie.



8/31/2010 6:53:24 AM

Nic one lovd all da characters. A must watch



8/28/2010 12:44:47 PM

can some one pls tell me the name of the song in this movie." u left a foot print in my heart. i wish i had wings to fly"



11/16/2011 9:42:41 PM

This movie reminds me of the indian movie ghajini...but i love the way they played the game very talented indeed...

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