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Rated PG-13 · 90 minutes · 2007

Action/Adventure, Comedy
A washed-up table-tennis champ (Dan Fogler) gets a chance to redeem himself when the FBI asks him to go undercover at a tournament held by a vicious supercriminal (Christopher Walken, costumed like Fu Manchu but delivering lines in his native Queens accent). Written by Reno 911! alumni Robert Ben Garant and Thomas Lennon, this is pretty thin soup, but the players are spirited and the jokes generally offbeat (displaying his dead panda, Walken shrugs, "I couldn't figure out what to feed it"). PG-13, 90 min.
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Director: Ben Garant
Writer: Ben Garant and Thomas Lennon
Producer: Gary Barber, Roger Birnbaum, Ben Garant, Jonathan Glickman and Thomas Lennon
Cast: Dan Fogler, Christopher Walken, George Lopez, Maggie Q, Thomas Lennon, Robert Patrick, Diedrich Bader, Aisha Tyler and Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa


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