Malcolm is a brilliant, callous businessman who is a vicious, overbearing father. Mark is the sales manager at Chamberlain Auto, the dealership that promises to do "Whatever It Takes" to ...
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Malcolm is a brilliant, callous businessman who is a vicious, overbearing father. Mark is the sales manager at Chamberlain Auto, the dealership that promises to do "Whatever It Takes" to put you in a new car. But on a scorching hot Saturday in the middle of the Phoenix summer, Mark has a chance to get his own dealership - and out from under the thumb of his father. Mark has to sell thirty-five cars by the end of the day. The question: Will Mark do whatever it takes - including betraying his sales team and himself - to get what he wants? Written by
Just watched this on Netflix last night. I've spent over 12 years in the car business, and this movie is spot on. The shenanigans that you see play out here, are the same things I seen on a daily basis on the lot. Especially the way management talks to the staff as if they are worthless. It is a very dog eat dog business, that's not for everyone, and this movie captured it perfectly. If you're an old Car Dog, or a new one, you'll laugh your butt off at this movie, and point to several scenes and tell your family and friends, "see, that's exactly what happens!"
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