Net Worth details the serio-comic story of four friends who learn the value of friendship as they embark on a thirty day contest to achieve the highest net worth in a new city with no cash and no connections.




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Credited cast:
Thad Davis
Woody Miller
Robert Freedman
Liddy Adams
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
(as Pamela Segall Adlon)
Elder Johnson
Luke Burton ...
Sales Clerk
Scott Ditty ...
Ernie Garrett ...
Mr. Valado
Heather Kelly McShane ...


Four competitive friends agree to a bet: they will all go to a city where none of them know anybody, with only $100 in their pockets. The winner will be the person who has the greatest net worth at the end of 30 days. Each of the four has a different philosophy about work and wealth, but all believe they will win the bet. Written by Murray Chapman <>

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Friendship is like money in the bank.


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16 October 2001 (Germany)  »

Also Known As:

Die Macht des Geldes  »

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very mediocre
7 March 2002 | by See all my reviews


This is actually a film that could have benefited from being more formulaic. It was meant to be as the corny "true meaning of friendship" formula but before the message was even spoken I got a feeling of bad taste. Here is the problem. . . just as I expected, the wholly unlikable characters do get their just deserts. In fact, I was begging for the predictable ending and I got it. Daniel Baldwin is just another talentless Baldwin. The rest of the unknown actors didn't exactly scored with convincible acting either (excuse me, not as Baldwin #4 is really known).

The writers and directors of this movie should be ashamed of themselves. Evidently, there is no other way to survive in town (literally what its about) but to sleep with the first woman who offers you a warm bed. The message is that women, if persuaded with the right line, are nothing but pure whor.s who are so insecure they would do anything to keep a man. Even the ones who find out they are about to sleep with a married man (innocent waitress at the restaurant, I bet the two kids without the father she had were the result of a fling with a married man). At the end we don't even find out what happens to all the slutty women in the movie. The director just treats them as the one, two night stands and drops them off as such. Shame! I am not a feminist by anyone's standards but that is one offensive message to all women. If that is why you want to come to the theater, I cannot discourage you. The plot is so predictable, the movie cannot possibly be enjoyable. I cannot recommend this film.

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