When Chinese-Australian teenager Lawrence fails his high-school exams because of cheating, destroying his dreams of a medical degree, he's banished to the country for the summer. There, he ... See full summary »
A college dropout, attempting to win back his father's high standards he gets a job as a broker for a suburban investment firm, which puts him on the fast track to success, but the job might not be as legitimate as it once appeared to be.
Anthony is a vampire who uses his popular rock band as a front to lure beautiful, young groupies to his lair. His assistant, Reed disposes of the bodies of these victims after Anthony ... See full summary »
To get into the mood for the scene where Eli Dunker who plays Mohammaed breaks down after learning of his sisters' death asked co-writer Joe Yanetty to give him a large whole cup of coffee to drink. When Yanetty asked him why he wanted to drink so much coffee and Dunker stated that coffee irritates him causing him to break down in tears. See more »
You are so beyond fucked, you couldn't catch a bus back to fucked.
See more »
Surprisingly true to the nature of shady dealerships
Suckers takes a dealer point of view on car sales thus making it infinitely more entertaining than its Hollywood-point-of-view counterparts... see: Used Cars. If you have ever worked in the car industry at a less than reputable dealership, this is the comedy for you. If you have ever purchased a car from a less than reputable dealership, this is the tragedy for you. The ending does leave you with a "been there, seen that" feeling, but it's a guilty pleasure nonetheless. Suckers is clearly a low budget film for a selective audience, but it's one of the better written and directed low budget films that I've ever had the pleasure of viewing. I just wish this movie was a little easier to get a hold of on DVD.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?