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Fair Game

William Baldwin, Cindy Crawford

Directed by Andrew Sipes
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November 18, 1995

Fair Game, written and directed by men, allows model Cindy Crawford to make her screen debut as Miami lawyer Kate McQueen. An encouraging sign, except that Kate never sees the inside of a courtroom, since she spends most of the picture running from assassins and flirting with detective Max Kirkpatrick (William Baldwin). In interviews, Crawford has told of feuds with Fair Game producer Joel Silver (Die Hard, Lethal Weapon) about cheesy nudity and violence. Clearly she didn't win all her battles. Crawford packs a phallic pistol and traipses through the rain in a transparent slip. Share the fantasy, babe.

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