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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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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
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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Whatever You Do, Don't Buy Your Next Car Without Seeing This Movie! 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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Sucker$  »

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Budget:

$2,000,000 (estimated)
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Trivia

The final joke that Reggie played by Daniel Benzali utters to Bobby before he dies. He says "What do you call three dead drug dealers and five dead lowlifes at a car dealership? A good start" See more »

Quotes

Reggie: You are so beyond fucked, you couldn't catch a bus back to fucked.
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Connections

Referenced in Cold Case: The Dealer (2008) See more »

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Remember Stir Crazy???
23 September 2003 | by (Real Good to a point) – See all my reviews

Okay - this film starts out really funny, really shocking and really makes you think about what goes on at car dealerships behind closed doors. I have heard most of it is true, but in the last half hour they take a turn and have some gang drug deal infiltrate the car dealership that really makes the term "Hollywood Ending" come to mind. They should not have done that - it completely ruined a great film. Almost reminds you of Stir Crazy going into a prison Rodeo at the end...whatever!


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