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WWE - Triple H - The Game
WWE - Triple H - The Game
Actors: Triple H, HHH
Genres: Sports
NR     2002     3hr 0min

The Game. The Cerebral Assassin. Whatever you call him, Triple H has risen from nowhere (OK, the depths of WCW wrestling) and become one of the biggest names in sports-entertainment. And, mostly, he's done it through an in...  more »

     
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Actors: Triple H, HHH
Genres: Sports
Sub-Genres: Wrestling
Studio: Sony
Format: DVD - Color,Full Screen
DVD Release Date: 06/25/2002
Original Release Date: 01/01/2002
Theatrical Release Date: 01/01/2002
Release Year: 2002
Run Time: 3hr 0min
Screens: Color,Full Screen
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 0
MPAA Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Languages: English

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Movie Reviews

Awesome WWE Feature DVD
Mr. JKW | Honolulu, Hawai'i | 08/10/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)

""Triple H - The Game" gives a good rundown of the career of Michael Paul Levesque, aka Hunter Hearst Helmsley, aka Triple H aka The Game. The 77 minute feature, through interviews with Triple H and other luminaries such as Mick Foley, Ric Flair, Steve Austin, The Undertaker, Kurt Angle, Chris Jericho, Pat Patterson, J.R. and Edge, plus select footage, discusses his rise to the top of the WWF/E but gives a general overview of his WWF career and in fact briefly discusses his short stint in the old WCW.THE FEATURE:The feature talks about the following:1. His boyhood idolization of Ric Flair.2. His stint in WCW as Terra Ryzing/Jean-Paul Levesque3. His early stint in the WWF as American Blueblood Hunter Hearst Helmsley4. The infamous "MSG Incident."5. His phenomenal year 2000 including his feuds with Mick Foley and Kurt Angle (including the comedic spots with Foley and the love triangle with Stephanie and Kurt)6. His Wrestlemania X-7 match against the Undertaker7. His quad injury in 2001 and coverage of his surgery and subsequent loooooooong rehab process.8. His "triumphant" return in 2002 including his big wins at the Royal Rumble and subsequent feud and win at Wrestlemania X-8 against Chris Jericho (sans Stephanie and Dog Poop...)THE DVD FEATURESAgain the WWE is going to Vault for some great stuff. These are the DVD extras included on this release:1. Triple H vs. Cactus Jack, Street Fight, from Royal Rumble 2000: The match that firmly established Triple H as a legitimate main eventer. All-out hardcore war as the Hardcore Legend. 5 stars. You can turn on the optional commentary track for this match with Triple H and the Coach if you wish. It's a great listen.2. Un-aired sketch from Triple H's hosting of MadTV. Will Sasso treats us to his humorous (and near dead-on) impressions of Triple H, The Rock, "Stone Cold" Steve Austin and the Undertaker. Hilarious!!!3. Triple H's Favorite Match: "Nature Boy" Ric Flair (challenger) vs. Ricky "the Dragon" Steamboat (champion) for the NWA Heavyweight Title from Wrestle War '89. Bob Caudle and (a young) Jim Ross on commentary. Terry Funk, the legendary Lou Thesz (RIP) and Pat `O Conner are judges for this contest. 30 minute 5 star Match of the Year classic. This match culminated the red-hot Flair/Steamboat feud and transitioned the equally hot Flair/Funk feud. Truly one of THE GREATEST contests of all time and worth the price of admission alone.4. The Test and Stephanie McMahon wedding from Monday Night Raw, 11/29/99. The angle that jettisoned Triple H into the main event and set-up the infamous "McMahon-Helmsley FacGime."5. Triple H's WWF debut match, Hunter Hearst Helmsley vs. Buck Zumhoff, 4/28/95. Gorilla Monsoon and J.R. on commentary. 3 minute jobber squash.THE VERDICT:Overall, this is definitely one of the better personality tapes the WWE has put out this year. The bonus matches were great as it was interesting to see J.R. in his younger days and it was just awesome hearing Gorilla Monsoon's (RIP) voice again. Overall, the extras alone are worth the price of admission alone.Whether you like Triple H or not, you can't go wrong with this one.Highest Recommendation"
It Is All About The Game!
Sarah Tirey | Houston, Texas United States | 06/27/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This is a great DVD of Triple H. I bought this at the store when it came out yesterday becasue I didn't want to wait for it to ship. It has about an hour and a half of a HHH bio with other stars opinions of him, including, ironically enough, Steve Austin. The extras show the Streetfight with Cactus Jack as well as commentary by HHH on the whole match. It also has his debut match from 95 and my personal favorite,Stephanie's wedding, or lack-there-of to Test! Funny Stuff. He's out of character most of the time, except doing commentary. Get The DVD, not the video, the extras are great. There's more extras, I just don't have enough room to write about them! The bio follows HHH all the way up to just after WM18 when Steph got kicked off TV!"
One of the best matches ever!!!
Duke Torre | 07/04/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)

"In response to Ron who felt "ripped off" beacuse the WWE included the classic Ric Flair v. Ricky Steamboat match from Wrestlewar 89 on the Triple H DVD. Firstly it was Triple H's favorite match, and Ric Flair was his biggest influence. This particular match is not only looked upon by Triple H as a classic, but was voted 1989 match of the year, and match of the decade for the 80's by fans and critics.. It is one of the best worked wrestling matches of all time, and anyone who is a fan of true wrestling, or wants to learn the psychology of wrestling should buy this DVD for that match alone. The WWE should give Ric Flair his own DVD Box Set, he has that many good matches. Ron should watch this match a few more times and feel greatful he has it as part of his collection. Also as a note to Flair fans this has a few clips of candid interviews w/ Ric talking about Triple H, as well as Triple H calling Flair out to the ring to thank him for his influence and years of great matches (Flair gets very emotional), also they show a very rare clip of Flair wrestling at Madison Square Garden from the mid 70's on a WWWF show (I wasn't even aware that even happened, I think he was against Paul Jones). Thanks you Triple H & WWE for including this classic match on DVD, it's the only reason I purchased it, please give us more WCW & WWF classics."