Judy Greer (Kathy) would knit between scenes on set. See more »
In the end credits, the publishing and second courtesy credit for the song "One 4 The Money", actually belong to "Heaven". Because of a formatting mistake, they appear under the incorrect song. See more »
[in a slide presentation to her mom]
Buffalo, New York. The epicentre of the rust belt. A city whose favorite meal is a discarded chicken part. A city hopelessly dedicated to a staple of disappointment.
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I Gotta Go
Performed by The Ditalians
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Good Start But Finishing?
Enjoyed the acting; subject matter; spoofing of Buffalo. Started interesting, but about half way it just plateaued & felt too contrived. Central character never really developed a moral hook for me.
The credits mentioned $13 trillion National Debt w/medical & student listed as most prevalent. Those numbers are for 2018, now the National Debt (mid 2020) is $25 trillion (and growing), and for consumer debt (movie listed 71 million people, but now 137 million). It's largely home payments followed by medical then student & car & credit card.
Paying it all off (half is owned by foreign interests) is left to future generations courtesy of Trump (in part Covid necessary; in part tax breaks for wealthy; in part for re-election).
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