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Suckers (2001)

Ever bought a used car from a dealer before? Want to know what REALLY happens behind the scenes? This movie offers some insight through the eyes of one of the dealers.

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Joe Yanetty ...
Joe (as Joe Yannetty)
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Lance
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Reggie
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Shamin
Utah Blue ...
Mike
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Mohammed
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Randall
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Bobby Deluca
David Poland ...
Ali
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Eddie
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Marco
Joshua Sweet ...
Roger
BT ...
JJ
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Javier (as Daniel Villareal)
Darren Gray Ward ...
Sean

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Ever bought a used car from a dealer before? Want to know what REALLY happens behind the scenes? This movie offers some insight through the eyes of one of the dealers.

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If you think they're low-life scum when they're selling you a car... you should see them in their off hours See more »

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Comedy

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for pervasive language, some strong sexuality, some violence and drug content

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16 August 2001 (Slovenia)  »

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$2,000,000 (estimated)
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Trivia

Bobby Gaylor and Jimmie Wood who play the drug traffickers in the film are not mentioned by name at any point in the film. During the End Credits Gaylor is credited as Scar and Wood as Big Scar. Jokingly during the DVD Commentary, Gaylor states that the reason they got their scars is because they got involved in some deal that went bad and got cut up by some ninja or someone with a box cutter. See more »

Quotes

Reggie: You are so beyond fucked, you couldn't catch a bus back to fucked.
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Referenced in Cold Case: The Dealer (2008) See more »

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Starts funny, changes tone, putrid ending.
16 March 2000 | by (Charlottesville, VA) – See all my reviews

A potentially interesting film about the hijinks at a car dealership starts out very funny, with on-target jabs at the named industry; but midway through, it abruptly changes tone.

The apparent satire on automobile salesmanship suddenly turns into a dramatic thriller-type film with nearly all the main characters erupting into violence that culminates in a truly rotten denouement.

Worth seeing only for the first half, which, as mentioned, delivers the laughs and offers a nice change of pace for FULL HOUSE's Lori Loughlin, who breaks her "nice lady" image with a foul mouth and a brief nude scene.

*1/2 out of ****.


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