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The SharkTank Redemption (2000)

Fred Redding, an assistant at Hollywood agency CMA comes before the board, seeking a promotion, and is refused. He tells us the story of his coworker, Randy Tulane, who didn't just do his ... See full summary »

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Fred Redding
Steven Amato ...
Randy Tulane
John Rubano ...
AssHole Agent
Kent Kubena ...
AssHole Agent, Jr.
Patrick Kutac ...
Panel Agent #1
Doug Van Doren ...
Panel Agent #2
Jeanette Van Doren ...
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Panel Agent #3
Jacqui Cohen ...
HR Girl
Landon Ruddel ...
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Mailroom Trainee
Rachel Nave ...
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Beth Greenwald ...
Office Assistant
Aude Soichet ...
Office Assistant
Liz Danahey ...
Office Assistant
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Fred Redding, an assistant at Hollywood agency CMA comes before the board, seeking a promotion, and is refused. He tells us the story of his coworker, Randy Tulane, who didn't just do his time at the agency, but used the system for his own purposes and, ultimately, to help his friend, Fred. Written by Jon Reeves <jreeves@imdb.com>

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Sometimes the greatest redemption is setting yourself free. See more »

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14 November 2000 (USA)  »

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SharkTank  »

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Alfonso Freeman himself was featured in two ways in The Shawshank Redemption (1994), the movie that this film references: (1) as an inmate shouting "Fresh fish!" and (2) appearing in the prision mug shot photos of Morgan Freeman's character on the parole paperwork. See more »

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Randy Tulane: Get busy living, or get busy faxing.
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Spoofs The Shawshank Redemption (1994) See more »

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30 April 2002 | by (Atlanta, Ga.) – See all my reviews

The movie has the insight of Office Space while loosing none of the style of Shawshank. The deep voice of Freemen and musical score adds to the overall strength of the movie. I hope to see more like this. This producition took guts.


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