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Scalpers (2000)

Not Rated | | Comedy | 14 January 2000 (Canada)
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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.

Director:

Adam Rodin

Writer:

Adam Rodin
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Steve Braun ... Joey
Seun Olagunju Seun Olagunju ... Sammy
Jeff Skinner Jeff Skinner ... Lou
Rachel Toles ... Sheila
Frank Adamson ... Grandpa Morris
Robert Huculak Robert Huculak ... Freddy
Thom Schioler ... Vinnie (as Tom Schioler)
Rami Posner Rami Posner ... Gino
Edward Sutton Edward Sutton ... Sgt. Cenza (as Ed Sutton)
Sam Kuzyk Sam Kuzyk ... Young Joey
Robert Ryder Robert Ryder ... Fruit King
Matthew Lippens Matthew Lippens ... Fruit King's Boy
Renee Rosensweig Renee Rosensweig ... Grandmother
Shannen Carlson Shannen Carlson ... Gina
Rebecca Gibson ... 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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Taglines:

Fast Talk. Fast Cash.

Genres:

Comedy

Certificate:

Not Rated
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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

14 January 2000 (Canada) See more »

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Color

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1.85 : 1
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References Jeopardy! (1984) See more »

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Pylon
Written by Jamie Shields
Performed by One Step Beyond
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A funny film.
19 August 2003 | by edscafeSee all my reviews

Scalpers is a fun romp. Great, comedic dialogue, even if it does remind me a little too much of Kevin Smith. There are some hilarious moments in this film about the lives of a group of tickets scalpers and hustlers. My favorites are the pool scene and the date. It's definitely hard to mix drama and comedy, but this dramedy does it pretty well, save for a few over the top moments. But, hey, I cared about the characters. I laughed, I cried. What more is there to say? I dig independent film, because, despite some obvious weaknesses, you get something different at least. Some wonderful performances, cool direction, and solid writing. A unique movie that I enjoyed.


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