Who needs two? Who needs tickets? Scalpers, following Joey Grey, a newcomer fighting for his place in the territorial ticket trade.

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Joey
Seun Olagunju ...
Sammy
Jeff Skinner ...
Lou
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Sheila
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Grandpa Morris
Robert Huculak ...
Freddy
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Vinnie (as Tom Schioler)
Rami Posner ...
Gino
Ed Sutton ...
Sgt. Cenza
Sam Kuzyk ...
Young Joey
Robert Ryder ...
Fruit King
Matthew Lippens ...
Fruit King's Boy
Renee Rosensweig ...
Grandmother
Shannen Carlson ...
Gina
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Female Cop
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Who needs two? Who needs tickets? Scalpers, following Joey Grey, a newcomer fighting for his place in the territorial ticket trade.

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Fast Talk. Fast Cash.

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14 January 2000 (Canada)  »

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Written by Andy Scott
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Like the Ed Wood of our times...
31 May 2003 | by (Winnipeg, Canada) – See all my reviews

This movie is so unbelievably bad, that it's almost good. Just like Ed Wood's work, this film will have you laughing for all of the wrong reasons, but in that way it's kind of worth seeing. The filmmaker clearly wants to be a cross between Tarantino and Seinfeld - the film is full of overlong conversations about things like urinal etiquette. In fact, this writer/director seems to be obsessed with bathroom scenes - this film has at least two very long ones, and his first film (Hand) also has more than one. It's possible that going to the bathroom is the only dramatically interesting thing that he does in real life, and therefore it's what he writes about. In any case, this film probably has to be seen to be believed. There isn't a single moment in it that rings true. It's almost as if the writer/director has no sense of the real world, or real people. I recommend it to people who appreciate truly bad movies. If you've seen and enjoyed all of Rudy Ray Moore's movies, this one may be an acceptable, although majorly less cool, follow up.


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