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Mergers & Acquisitions (2001)

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Rennie (as Gary Lewis)
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Mr. Williamson (as Michael Ingram)
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It's all about the company you keep.

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engaging and smart film
27 April 2003 | by (Los Angeles, CA) – See all my reviews

I saw this film at the Sonoma Film Festival. It is an intelligent film about a guy who is caught between ethics and looking out for his own best interests when a huge corporation threatens to take over the small magazine he has worked at for ten years. The acting is really good. The lead character Del, played by Steven Chester Prince, is likeable, charming and cute too! I really enjoyed the film and got caught up in the dilemma that Del faced.


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