The Players Club

The Players Club

DVD (Wide Screen / Pan & Scan / Dolby 5.1 / Stereo)

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The Players Club

Rapper and actor Ice Cube's directorial debut, The Players Club comes to DVD with both a widescreen anamorphic transfer that preserves the original theatrical aspect ratio of 1.85:1, and an inferior standard full-frame transfer. Closed-captioned English soundtracks are rendered in both Dolby Digital 5.1 and Dolby Digital Surround. English subtitles are accessible. Supplemental materials include the original theatrical trailer, biographies of the cast and crew, and a pair of music videos, "We Be Clubbin" and "My Loved Ones." New Line has done a very good job with this release that will surely please fans of Cube, and may find the film a broader audience than saw it in the theater.

Product Details

Release Date: 09/14/1999
UPC: 0794043468421
Original Release: 1998
Rating: R
Source: New Line Home Video
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Full Frame, Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby Digital, stereo]
Time: 1:43:00
Sales rank: 2,996

Special Features

Widescreen and full-screen versions of the film; "We Be Clubbin," Ice Cube music video; "My Loved One," Ice Cube featuring Mr. Short KHOP music video; Original theatrical trailer; Cast and crew filmographies and biographies

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
LisaRaye Diana Armstrong/Diamond
Bernie Mac Dollar Bill
Monica Calhoun Ebony
A.J. Johnson Li'l Man
Ice Cube Reggie
Alex Thomas Clyde
Jamie Foxx Blue
Chrystale Wilson Ronnie
Adele Givens Tricks
Larry McCoy St. Louis
Dick Anthony Williams Mr. Armstrong
Tommy "Tiny" Lister XL
John Amos Freeman
Faizon Love Peters
Judyann Elder Mrs. Armstrong
Charlie Murphy Brooklyn
Terrence Howard K.C.

Technical Credits
Ice Cube Director,Executive Producer,Screenwriter
Pat Charbonnet Producer
Carl Craig Producer
Frank Fitzpatrick Musical Direction/Supervision
Dahlia Foroutan Costumes/Costume Designer
Kimberly Hardin Casting
Hidden Faces Score Composer
Dina Lipton Production Designer
Keith Neely Art Director
Malik Hassan Sayeed Cinematographer
Don Wilkerson Asst. Director
Russell Williams Sound/Sound Designer

Scene Index

Scene Selections
0. Scene Selections
1. Main Title [2:12]
2. Use What You Got [3:33]
3. First Night Jitters [4:32]
4. Cousin Ebony [2:40]
5. Making Threats [9:02]
6. Workign the Room [3:24]
7. Taking a Toll [2:43]
8. Going for a Ride [6:01]
9. Slow Night [4:01]
10. Taking Advantage [6:15]
11. Party Games [5:08]
12. Falling Apart [4:42]
13. "There's Money Upstairs" [7:30]
14. All Hell Breaks Loose [4:06]
15. "It Ain't What You Think" [5:17]
16. Junior's Bachelor Party [6:37]
17. Trouble for Ebony [7:09]
18. Getting Even [6:19]
19. Cashing in on Dollar Bill [4:54]
20. Full Circle [2:29]
21. End Credits [4:14]

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The Players Club 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
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goodgirl2 More than 1 year ago
Wow 1st time i seen it well watched it i fell in love with it the fact that it has Jamie Foxx its a nice movie da bomb real good now this i swhat i call a movie!
Guest More than 1 year ago
When this movie first came out I thought it was a good flick but when I recently watched it again I wonder why. First-time director Ice Cube makes some pretty bad decisions in this movie, mainly in that his movie is dreadfully dull. You may wonder how a low-rent black version of “Showgirls” could be dull, but then you've yet to see “The Players Club.” Personally this movie could have been made over twenty years ago starring Pam Grier. It's like that. Apparently, it's perfectly OK to perpetuate and even celebrate cartoonishly negative stereotypes, but only if you belong to the minority you're exploiting. In here we have Good girl Diana, played by Lisa Raye, who just wants to make enough money to finish college and do right by her baby. So she starts stripping at some sleazy dive. Much to her surprise, not everyone who works (or hangs out) at a strip club is very nice. The slimy owner of the club is played by Bernie Mac, whose back then performance is notable solely and not that funny because during that time Bernie's been great in small roles in his previous films. (Think of him in Friday or as Uncle Vester in House Party 3.) Bernie gets a subplot all to himself! He's a cheap and corrupt individual, so the local mob boss wants him dead. For some reason, 2 Live Crew shows up at one point, acting like a band that's had a hit record in the past ten years. They must have stopped by to pick up a cup of ice and was invited to be in the movie. To be even a little fair, Jamie Foxx is pretty likeable as the club's DJ, and he gets to work some stand-up type material into his scenes. The Players Club is a slow-moving and completely unoriginal movie. While some entertainment value could still be gained from a movie like that, no such luck here. You'll know every single plot point before it arrives, and when it gets there it's delivered in a bored fashion.
Guest More than 1 year ago
And I thought movies had hit a new low in violence and pornography.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie teaches teenagers and even some adults lessons of life.It also shows how life can be.Its a great movie.