Getting Played

Synopsis: Three beautiful women decide, on a bet, to select and seduce a total stranger.
Genre: Comedy, Romance
Director(s): David Silberg
Production: New Line Home Entertainment
84 min

Watch the hair.

Kitchen's closed.

How about the drive-thru?


I've got a gun,

and I know how to use it...

so put your hands up in the air

where I can see them.

I guess it's true what they say...

about returning

to the scene of the crime.

But did you really think...

you were gonna get away

with this twice?

Now, before I call the police...

let me get a look at you.

Turn around. Take off the hood.

Now, this is a surprise.

Now, what's that number again?

Oh, yeah. 9-1-1.

No, wait. Please don't make that call.

We're both adults here.

Can't we work something out?

Like what?


Very nice.

Very nice indeed.

But just watch it with that gun.

Oh, I'm watching it, all right.

And that's not my gun.



- Good? Ha ha ha!

- All right.

Good take, good take.

Ha ha. How was I?

You guys are great.

You guys are great.

All right, that's lunch.

This is lunch.

That's enough.

Where's my robe?

- So, Lydia...

- Mm-hmm?

What's the big news?

Just a little Paramount calling me,

and I've got the hook-up.

You've got my attention.

Well, I have got you a meeting

for a major role...

- Yes! Yes!

- Uh-huh...

In the film version of The Smurfs.

- The Smurfs?

- Mm-hmm. Mm-hmm.

Lydia, do I look like a smurf to you?

I told you that I wanted to stretch,

not shrink.

Girlfriend, we are talking

major bling-bling here.

How major?

Ba-ling and ba-ling! Ha ha ha!

You know, I always thought

those smurfs were real cute.

I could rock that hat, right? Pow!

Whoo! Boy...

Wouldn't mind the color blue, either.

You'd look great.

It's a good shade for me. Mm-hmm.

And on top of that, guess

who will be directing this little movie.

- Who?

- Oh, I don't know.

Maybe Mr. Spike Lee.

Spike Lee is gonna be directing

The Smurfs?

Oh, it is going to be off the chain.

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