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Price Check (2012)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Drama | 1 April 2014 (Belgium)
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Peter, a family man who works for a failing supermarket chain finds his life shaken up by his new boss, Susan, who starts to groom him for an executive position. Money and opportunities are within his grasp, but at what price?

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Eric Mabius ... Pete Cozy
Matt Servitto ... Jim Brady
Annie Parisse ... Sara Cozy
Finn Donoghue ... Henry Cozy
Victor Cruz ... Dave Scalzod
Amy Schumer ... Lila (as Amy Beth Schumer)
Josh Pais ... Doug Cain
Parker Posey ... Susan Felders
Brian Berrebbi ... Matt Davis (as Brian Berribbi)
Xosha Roquemore ... Donna
Samrat Chakrabarti ... Eddie
Matt Walker Matt Walker ... Tony Gomes
Mylinda Hull ... Daphne's Mother
Marceline Hugot ... Mrs. Raphael
Remy Auberjonois ... Todd Kenner
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Pete Cozy is having trouble resolving a happy marriage and family life with rising debt and a job he hates. When his new boss, Susan, a human dynamo, shows up, Pete is pulled into the maelstrom that is her life and made to work harder than he ever has before. Suddenly, money and opportunities come his way, but at what price? Written by CA

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Comedy | Drama

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Not Rated

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1 April 2014 (Belgium) See more »

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Basarinin Fiyati See more »

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Los Angeles, California, USA See more »

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Budget:

$2,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$2,783, 18 November 2012, Limited Release

Gross USA:

$6,240, 23 November 2012
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About 4 minutes into the movie, he drives in the parking lot in a VW Passat, but he gets out of a 3 series BMW. See more »

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References Toy Story (1995) See more »

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I Found It Not So
Written by Chris Propora
Performed by Dean & Britta
Courtesy of Double Feature Records
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Worth seeing to make you think about life choices
16 July 2013 | by claytonchurch1See all my reviews

I really liked the first hour of this movie--really liked it. I liked the energy of the new boss, played by Parker Posey, (even though she's hard to take in many ways), and the fact that she inspires the just-get-through-the-day-in-a-job-we-don't-care-about office mates to care about their work. She's a Steve Jobs in drive and in treatment of her underlings, and I appreciate that a lot (the good and the bad of that). The whole office becomes glad for what they're getting to accomplish during the workday, which enriches their lives. They get a bonus doubled. Especially in this regard, I enjoyed how Eric Mabius's character (think: Jim Halpert) goes from wasted potential to useful, competent, better-paid worker and better provider for his family. I loved Annie Parisse as his wife. She's a mom, yet (don't take offense, moms!) beautiful, intelligent, sexually engaged, loving, and supportive to her husband. She's a fantastic, caring wife. They have a great, committed relationship and are a good model of a great marriage. And, Pete (Eric Mabius) is, like a few characters verbalize, a good, honorable, truthful guy who's intelligent and competent, but truly humble about himself. He's very likable. I like how Parker Posey as boss over Pete includes Sara (Annie Parisse) in work things and befriends her, almost as a safeguard to let Sara know that even though Pete and she are working closely together and hard on work stuff that she acknowledges that Pete is Sara's husband and not her (Parker's) love interest in any sense. So much positive is going on. The reason I gave the movie a 5, rather than an 8, is because I was so disappointed in what happened in the storyline in the last 45 minutes, both in actions that are taken and in the undeveloped resolution to the mistakes that were made. I'm glad the movie wound up in the end where it did, but I was in mourning for about 35 minutes as a few characters "go off the rails," so to speak. "Uggghhh. Oh, no. Oh, no. Don't become that!" was my response during that time. For me, it was brutal. I always enjoy movies in which good or bad characters have a choice, admit to themselves what the right action is, and then do what's right, even at great personal sacrifice, shame, or loss to themselves . . . out of love and care for others. Perhaps this movie makes the case for its viewers to be better than its characters by showing the significantly muted gains they experience by the film's end.


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