End Game

July 21st, 2006


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A secret Service agent and a news reporter investigate the conspiracy behind the assassination of the President.

Release Year: 2006

Rating: 5.1/10 (3,090 voted)

Director: Andy Cheng

Stars: Cuba Gooding Jr., Angie Harmon, James Woods

A secret Service agent and a news reporter investigate the conspiracy behind the assassination of the President.

Writers: J.C. Pollock, J.C. Pollock

Cuba Gooding Jr. - Alex Thomas
Angie Harmon - Kate Crawford
James Woods - Vaughn Stevens
Patrick Fabian - Brian Martin
Peter Greene - Jack Baldwin
Jack Scalia - The President
Anne Archer - The First Lady
David Selby - Shakey Fuller
Burt Reynolds - General Montgomery
Sarah Ann Schultz - Janice Frost
Todd Jensen - Agent Smith
Brian Presley - Billy Bergoon
Benito Martinez - Ramsey
Patrick Treadway - Lewis Detimore
Yuji Okumoto - Doctor Lee

Taglines: The Assassination Was Only The Beginning.


Official Website: Lifetime TV |

Release Date: 21 July 2006

Filming Locations: Gonzaga University - 502 E. Boone Avenue, Spokane, Washington, USA

Box Office Details

Budget: $5,000,000(estimated)

Technical Specs

Runtime:  | Argentina:

Did You Know?

The film was intended to be released in domestic theaters in 2005 by MGM, but was delayed due to the takeover of the company by Sony. The film was finally released direct-to-DVD in 2006 for the domestic market and within several international markets.

Errors made by characters (possibly deliberate errors by the filmmakers): When they are in the helicopter taking the president to the hospital, they say he has a "gunshot wound to the head", but in the shooting you can see clearly the gunshot was not in the head.

User Review

Good cast......bad writing.......bad writing........bad writing

Rating: 3/10

I argued with myself whether to rent this or not. I'm always afraid of renting something I've never heard of (don't remember this being in theaters). Great cast...that's what tipped the scales. 30 minutes in, I almost stopped watching it. The first few minutes are fun to watch, but unbelievable. It only gets worse after that. The writers of this movie could do a little research on future projects if they want to make their movies even a little better. Or they could just try writing something just a little bit believable. I give it a 3....a 1 for the writing (only because there are words)and a 2 for being able to get so many good actors to agree to do this movie despite having to read the script. Oh my god this movie sucks.