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Plot: Joe's a car salesman with a problem. He has two days to sell 12 cars or he loses his job. This would be a difficult task at the best of times but Joe has to contend with his girlfriends (he's two timing), a missing teenage daughter and an ex-wife. What more could go wrong ?.. a lot, enter a crazy… Runtime: 97 min Release Date: 18 May 1990
R.I.P. Robin Williams (by sierranevadaentertainment)
I miss Robin Williams and he's the brilliant guy. He's from "Mork and Mindy" and I saw "The Tales of the Frog Prince" from "Faerie Tale Theatre" with Shelley Duvall. I think he's the good person and I suppose he's the nice guy. Maybe, the friends to be asking of him. His family and friends is farewell to Robin Williams. In fact, Chris Diamantopoulos could do it on impersonating Robin Williams. I love it to hear it. I watched "Jumanji" and he's the good game player to roll the dice. Alan Parrish won the game. Sometimes, pretty fancy. <more>
It will be okay for his family. I hope you will miss him on the funeral and that is how it happened. Thank you.
An underrated gem inside an implausible story (by vouty)
Perhaps this film is a bit outdated now, but even the first time I saw it back in the early 1990s I thought it was pretty hysterical. The opening scene where Robin Williams as the car salesman Joey tries to sell a car to woman who is about to bury her husband cracks me up every time I see it. Its clever writing or is Robin ad libbing? and scene setting.For whatever reason, Robin is perfectly suited as a car salesman. As another reviewer noted, there are not many times when a car salesman gets to be a hero and Robin is terrific. He exudes the "I love to sell" line despite his <more>
nutty life as a quick witted womanizing salesman. He has two girlfriends, owes money to a Mafia character, and is about to lose his job. All this gets fixed by Tim Robbins Larry taking hostages inside the car dealership where Joey works. But the story itself is secondary to the fun the cast seems to have with the creation of the whole movie. The chemistry between Pamela Reed who plays Robin's ex wife and Robin make for some sizzlingly if that's a word funny interactions. Its almost as though there are little bits of truth hidden inside the lines. Another funny moment comes when the Chinese restaurant staff who serve the SWAT team thats situated across the street from the dealership insist that the police can only use the restaurant if they're going to order food. I've seen this movie many times and I never tire of it!
This movie is funny, insightful, and alarming all at the same time. This is a synopsis of mostly Italian American life in working class burroughs of NY Queens, Long Island, whatever . Joey Robin Williams is juggling two neurotic girlfriends and an ex-wife while struggling to keep his job as a smooth talking car salesman. The movie starts off with a shot of a cemetery in Queens, the biggest damn cemetery I have ever seen. It gives you the feeling of crowdedness, that even in death people are crowded and are probably still arguing over elbow room. Joey is desperate and even tries to sell a <more>
car to a widow as she is burying her husband. Eventually, a distraught and somewhat deranged husband of the car dealer's secretary takes over the dealership with a machine gun, convinced that somebody there is screwing with his sexy wife which is true . It isn't Joey, but he takes the rap and tries to talk the guy down, doing a pretty good job. Car salesman becomes psychologist, and he does an amazingly good job, along with help from a phone call from both his wife and his mother to the distraught man. This is the best part of the movie. You see Joey and Larry Robbins play out this scene with both humor and fright. Larry is trying to prove his manhood to his wife. You understand his plight and feel his pain, and at the same time you see the mans compassion, especially with the phone calls from Joey's ex-wife and mother. There is something very real about this scene and I would think that someone who has to talk down a hostage situation might gain something from watching how Joey makes connections with Larry on a personal level. Eventually Larry sees what a mess Joey's life is and starts to see that actually his situation isn't that bad. This movie is as much about the alienation and frustration of modern life as anything else. The movie is loud and frantic and might put you off in that respect, but hang with it.
I don't know how this movie ended up below 6 rating at IMDB but it's for sure it deserves at least above 6.8 rating once you're done with watching it.Movie on hostages are generally quite violence oriented, but this is slightly different story about love and relationship. All the characters in the movie did perform their job well. No dull acting at all. Tim Robbins did a pretty decent job on being the bad guy.Robin Williams had a major role in it of convincing and as usual he didn't disappoint us.I love the way the movies used to portrayed in the good old days. Oh God I love <more>
the 90s. Robin Williams, we will miss you and your incredible acting skills.