For example: There are 2 introduction scenes for Don Ready. While their roles are brief, they are exceptional and add the right amount of balance to the film. But was glad I had tried, because it allowed me to laugh out loud at one of the jokes in The Goods. I liked Stepbrothers and Talledega Nights and all those other movies but this just wasn't funny. Neither of which are funny but the second does develop his schtick.
More complicated then it seems, but really to impress a bunch of old rich white men. Too bad there's no cash available for this clunker. This is normally not my kind of movie -- cheap, raunchy humor is not my bag. Now I know a lot of people are going to see this movie and think that it was nothing more than trashy jokes and immature humor, but that was the point of the movie. With tongue in cheek, Thicke tries bulldozing his way over Brolin to obtain his car lot. Interspersed with these verbal assaults are the visual ones: erotic lap dances, bare breasts and full-frontal female nudity, a bizarre brush with pedophilia, an exaggerated albeit clothed male erection, and dildos literally falling from the sky.
Directed by Neal Brennan a former writer on Chappelle Show and written by Andy Stock and Rick Stempson, this is an offensively rude, crude, profane laugh machine from first scene to last. Kathryn Hahn as Don's sexually abrasive partner, using porno to sell cars and lusting after the innocent but very hunky Peter. How far will filmmakers go to elicit laughter? When business at Sellek Motors is dying, the owner James Brolin calls in Ready and his team of crackerjack salesmen to sellout the entire lot on 4th of July weekend. Jeremy Piven also lacked that cocky charisma to have carried his character off, and unfortunately for him too that the last act have him moping and whining more than the cocksure seller that he supposedly is. Babs is trying to hit on man-child Peter Selleck Rob Riggle , a 10 year old trapped in a 30 year old body. I went on a whim and was pleasantly surprised. Ed Helms and Rob Riggle stole the screen much like they did in The Hangover.
A car salesman, like the trusty insurance salesman and proficient civil attorney, is a hustler in his own right. This is my first time ever commenting on any movie. His son is Paxton Harding Ed Helms , a late-30's man whose real dream is for his boy band to finally get off the ground. Only, this is Talledega Nights on steroids. However, the film attempts comedy through exaggerated performances and ridiculously lewd characters, many of the frat pack films from the same people.
Hard sell has no story and just throws in some shock, sex jokes, over the top comments, and sight gags. The first 30 minutes are funny but then the movie sort of fizzles out with predictability. Later on he may get his wish with a student stripping her way through college Noureen DeWulf. And they do it well. And God help you, but you will laugh at it. In one sequence, the camera cuts between two lovemaking scenes, but neither reveals any substantial nudity or sexual activity.
Incessant strong, sexual, and crude language. There's nothing you won't already predict in the narrative as it unfolds and coasts along from joke to joke with its cardboard characters, some of which do work, but most falling flat on its face. As a whole, this movie does not have the goods. Why did the Ed Helms character come in during dinner and mention that he has to go to practice then leave with his finacee even though he was leaving for practice? Piven brings his three veteran cohorts along and it's soon apparent they've been doing this kind of thing for years. Selling, drinking, selling and going to strip clubs is their stock and trade.
Viewers near 40 and over will recall it well. David Mamet wrote the screenplay based on his play, and the movie stars Jack Lemmon, Al Pacino, Kevin Spacey, Alan Arkin, Ed Harris, Jonathan Pryce and Alec Baldwin in a role he still can brag is his best. Jeremy Piven stars in a film concerning a team of car liquidators who are brought in to help James Brolin's dealership sell 200 cars in three days. David Koechner as Brent Gage may have to get cozy with Ben Selleck. He does not have a plan what to do to save his company and decides to hire Don Ready Jeremy Piven and his group of professional sellers to help his business stay open.
The casting is ideal, the score is surprisingly effective. Look fast for Gina Gershon in a bit part. It's worth a watch but is not as good as Talladega Nights or Anchorman. Selleck Auto sales is in trouble -- cars just aren't moving. He or she must convince the buyer of two things: that they're getting a good car, and that they're the right person for the car. Free movies online without downloading, high quality at Cmovieshd.