Fair Game (1995)

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Fair Game
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Movie poster
Country Flag of the United States.jpg United States
Directed by Andrew Sipes
Release Date 1995
Language English
Russian
Studio Warner Bros.
Distributor Warner Bros.
Main Cast
Character Actor
Det. Max Kirkpatrick William Baldwin
Kate McQuean Cindy Crawford
Colonel Ilya Pavel Kazak Steven Berkoff
Lieutenant Meyerson Christopher McDonald
Emilio Juantorena Miguel Sandoval
Rita Salma Hayek
Det. Louis Aragon John Bedford Lloyd
Rosa Jenette Goldstein
Navigator Marc Macaulay
Zhukov Olek Krupa


Fair Game is a 1995 action thriller originally intended as a star vehicle for supermodel Cindy Crawford, who starred in the film as Kate McQuean, a Miami lawyer who is targeted by Russian mobsters for assassination. William Baldwin co-starred as the Miami detective assigned to protect her. Unfortunately, a very weak script and lackluster direction resulted in a critically lambasted film and poor box office, with most of the criticism aimed at the lead actress and made Fair Game her first and only foray into film as the star. It was not entirely fair to direct all of the critical wrath at Ms. Crawford. She had little formal training and was a beginner actor but she was an experienced television personality and spokesperson and with training and experience she may have eventually excelled at acting, but the poor dialogue and bad script, especially for a novice actress, really presented her in a poor light and Andrew Sipes was not a veteran action film director. Many have suggested that a better script that was not heavy with bad dialogue and direction designed to take the pressure off her and lean more on her experienced supporting actors, would have been a much better product. Despite this, the film had many good elements. Fair Game was the second feature film adaptation of the Paula Gosling novel (the first being 1986's Cobra) and was produced by veteran action producer Joel Silver (Lethal Weapon) with lots of chases and gunfights and many nods to directors James Cameron and Michael Bay in the cinematography and editing. The film even enlisted the Bad Boys composer Mark Mancina, who contributed a top notch score. But great elements cannot fix a fundamentally flawed project. The film ended up being a groan inducing 'knock off' of the action thrillers of the 90s.


The following weapons were used in the film Fair Game (1995):

Contents



Pistols

Beretta 92FS Inox

The Beretta 92FS Inox is the sidearm carried by Detective Max Kirkpatrick (William Baldwin) and is used by him throughout the film. During an intimate moment, Kate McQuean (Cindy Crawford) picks up the Inox pistol and uses it to take out an assassin.

Beretta 92FS Inox - 9x19mm. This pistol was the screen used gun, used throughout the film by Det. Max Kirkpatrick (William Baldwin) and Kate McQuean (Cindy Crawford) in the film Fair Game (1995).
The Beretta 92FS Inox is clearly seen in Kirkpatrick's shoulder holster, here seen as he argues with a younger (and relatively unknown) Salma Hayek, who would 'break out' in the film Desperado later in the year.
Det. Max Kirkpatrick (William Baldwin) struggles with his Beretta 92FS Inox during a freeway chase, almost dropping the gun on the highway several times.
Det. Max Kirkpatrick (William Baldwin) almost falls out the door during a high speed chase with his Beretta 92FS Inox.
Kirkpatrick's Beretta 92FS Inox falls and slides across the roof of a towed vehicle before getting caught in the railing.
Kirkpatrick (William Baldwin) leaves his loaded Beretta 92FS Inox on the hood of a car when he decides to have sex with Kate McQuean (Cindy Crawford).
Kate McQuean (Cindy Crawford) grabs the Beretta and fires, killing a would be assassin during an interrupted sex act. Interestingly enough, the only time she handles the Beretta is when she's naked.

Beretta 92FS

The Beretta 92FS is used by several other police officers and detectives.

Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm
Miami-Dade County Detective Graybera (Frank Medrano) pulls his Beretta 92FS on a prisoner that has gone berserk at the police station.
An officer carrying what appears to be a Beretta 92FS, judging by its grips.

Makarov PM

Colonel Ilya Kazak (Steven Berkoff), Rosa (Jenette Goldstein), and Navigator (Marc Macaulay) all use the Makarov PM.

Makarov PM - 9x18mm Makarov
Colonel Ilya Kazak (Steven Berkoff) aims his Makarov PM at Emilio Juantorena (Miguel Sandoval) and threatens to shoot him for disobeying orders.
Navigator (Marc Macaulay) clutches a Makarov PM as he enters the train.
A goon kills a person with what appears to be a Makarov.
During a fight with Kirkpatrick, Rosa (Jenette Goldstein) drops her Makarov PM in the sand.

Suppressed Makarov PM

Rosa (Jenette Goldstein) at one point uses a suppressed Makarov PM. Note how the Makarov appears HUGE in Jenette Goldstein's hands.

Makarov PM with genuine suppressor - 9x18mm Makarov
Rosa slaps a fresh magazine full of steel-cased 9x18mm pills into her pistol. Note that it is a correct Makarov magazine.
Rosa fires her Makarov.
Also her henchman uses a suppressed Makarov.
Rosa holds her gun - close up.
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Smith & Wesson 5904 (Two-Tone)

Kirkpatrick's friend and long time partner Det. Louis Aragon (John Bedford Lloyd) carries a Smith & Wesson 5904 that appears to be two toned with a stainless slide.

Smith & Wesson 5904, late model with round trigger guard - 9x19mm
Det. Louis Aragon (John Bedford Lloyd) carries a S&W 5904 two toned pistol in his holster.
Another shot of Aragon (John Bedford Lloyd) with the 5904 in his holster.

Smith & Wesson 5904

Detective Beanpole (Don Yesso) is armed with an older-model Smith & Wesson 5904.

Smith & Wesson 5904, early model with squared trigger guard - 9x19mm
Beanpole (Don Yesso) is shot against a wall while holding his 5904.
The slide halfway back after firing a around into the ceiling, this clearly shows the double-stack bulge and the squared "finger step" trigger guard.

Smith & Wesson 645

Some of the deputies seem to be wielding Smith & Wesson 645s.

Smith & Wesson 645 - .45 ACP
Two deputies with what appear to be S&W 645 pistols.

CZ-75 "Pre-B"

Zhukov (Olek Krupa) carries what appears to be a "pre-B" CZ-75 pistol throughout the movie, noted by its round trigger guard and stepped slide. Also detective Max Kirkpatrick (William Baldwin) acquires this gun and uses it on the boat.

CZ-75 "Pre-B" model - 9x19mm
Zhukov (Olek Krupa) with his CZ-75 pistol
Detective Max Kirkpatrick (William Baldwin) aims an CZ-75.
Zhukov (Olek Krupa) holds his CZ-75 pistol to Kirkpatrick's neck.

Glock 17

Some of the deputies seem to be wielding Glock 17s.

Second Generation Glock 17 - 9x19mm
Two deputies with what appear to be Glock 17 pistols.

Revolvers

Smith & Wesson Model 66 Snub Nose

A prisoner called Ratso (Hank Stone) grabs a Smith & Wesson Model 66 "snub nose" revolver from the waist belt of an inattentive police detective and holds him hostage at the precinct.

Smith & Wesson Model 66 with a 2.5 inch "snub nose" barrel and Pachmayr grips - .357 Magnum
The prisoner eyes the officer's gun.
Ratso (Hank Stone) holds the police detective hostage with his own S&W Model 66.
Ratso (Hank Stone) with his S&W Model 66.
Ratso (Hank Stone) with his S&W Model 66.

Submachine Guns

Heckler & Koch MP5A3

One of the henchmen on the boat carries a Heckler & Koch MP5A3.

Heckler & Koch MP5A3 with "tropical" (wide) forearm and stock extended - 9x19mm
A henchman with an MP5A3.

Heckler & Koch MP5K

Navigator (Marc Macaulay) uses an Heckler & Koch MP5K to shoot at Det. Max Kirkpatrick (William Baldwin) after he fails to kill Kate McQuean (Cindy Crawford) with a bomb blast.

Heckler & Koch MP5K - 9x19mm
Navigator (Marc Macaulay) aims an MP5K at Kirkpatrick.
Navigator fired his Heckler & Koch MP5K.

Assault Rifles

AKMS

Zhukov and Rosa use AKMS rifles with drum magazines when they launch an attack on Kirkpatrick's car at night.

AKMS - 7.62x39mm
Zhukov and Rosa carrying AKMS rifles equipped with drum magazines
Some of the terrorists on the boat carry AKMS underfolder rifles - 7.62x39mm
The assassin smiles as he spies on Kirkpatrick and McQuean having sex, through his thermal scope.
The train assassin slowly approaches the couple having sex, with his AKM underfolder with laser pointer and Thermal scope.
A closeup shot of the magazine well of the AK.

Shotguns

SWD Cobray Street Sweeper

Russian assassin Stefan (Gustav Vintas) uses a SWD/Cobray Street Sweeper rotary shotgun during the freeway chase. One of the details differentiating it from the Striker is the lack of a Cylinder advance lever and the style of winding key in front of the drum.

SWD/Cobray Street Sweeper with short barrel and top folding stock - 12 gauge
Stefan (Gustav Vintas) uses a Street Sweeper Rotary Shotgun during the freeway chase.

Armsel Striker

The similar Armsel Striker is used by several Russian assassins.

Screen used Armsel Striker Rotary Shotgun - 12 gauge
An assassin with the Striker.
An assassin with the Striker.
An assassin with the Striker.
An assassin fires the Striker.

Launchers

Type 69 RPG

Stefan (Gustav Vintas) utilizes a Chinese Type 69 RPG during the climax of the freeway chase.

Chinese Type 69 RPG - 40mm
Stefan (Gustav Vintas) readies his Chinese Type 69 Rocket Launcher
Stefan (Gustav Vintas) about to fire his Chinese Type 69 Rocket Launcher

See Also

  • Cobra (Based on the same novel.)



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