Co-writer Joe Yanetty's wife appears in the film as one of the women in the bikini walking out of the marina when we're introduced to William Shockley and David A. Brooks' loan shark characters on the boat. See more »
(On the loudspeaker) Randall to the men's room, Randall to the men's room, customer waiting!
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'Write about what you know' is advice given to any wannabe scriptwriter, it was advice followed here, as they used their insider knowledge of the used car business to great effect.
The characters, and situations, revolving around the dealership are great. It is funny, and feels authentic, and you will probably learn a lot.
However, they foolishly decided that people wouldn't just want to watch a movie of this nature, so badly welded on a 'so predictable it hurts', Tarrantino style crime caper. It ruins the pacing and feel of the movie.
Pity. Still worth a viewing though, although it has plenty of ripe language and nudity if you are offended by such things.
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