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Plot: Double crosses, adultery, murder, mistaken identity, and revenge ensue when a mysterious power player and his sultry wife hire a disgraced Los Angeles property broker to discreetly market and sell their Malibu villa. Runtime: 92 mins Release Date: 22 Jul 2015
They've made great films about Wall Street, bankers, stock brokers, and even insurance salesmen. But not in recent memory has the real estate agent been a prominent film character. Now, we finally have it -- the real estate EPIC, and I'll be darned if it isn't damn good."Pocket Listing" romanticizes and embellishes the lifestyle of gaudy, smooth-talking Los Angeles realtor Jack brilliantly and subtly played by newcomer Jurdi , who goes from hot tub orgies to cleaning toilets after some double dealing and a ruthless rival Fahey, coldly terrific contribute to his <more>
demise. As one of the film's main messages makes itself clear, you're only one deal away from hitting the jackpot or going bust.The hook of the film is how it shrewdly presents parallel universes within the same town, showing major contrasts between Jack's lifestyle over the course of a short period of time. In that sense, the film becomes not just a character journey but also the story of a city, presenting a hodge podge of different characters from varying ends of the economic spectrum. Some are filthy rich, others are dirt poor, and a few may be somewhat criminal- - but they are all chasing the American Dream of infinite excess and uninhibited desires. The American Dream has assumed many forms in cinema, but in "Pocket Listing" it embodies itself in the shape of a lavish, truly spectacular Malibu villa which just happens to be all of the characters' ticket to the big time. Watching Jack climb back out of the abyss and eventually take on the dangerous comeback attempt involving not just the house but also its owners -- a smooth as silk but oh so dangerous Rob Lowe and an extremely tempting femme fetal newcomer Clark, chewing up the scenery here and looking to die for -- makes up for the film's relentlessly engaging latter half. The plot twists and unexpected developments pile up as the story reaches its explosive climax.It's tough to really place "Pocket Listing" in terms of pure genre. It's a combination of funny, sad, thrilling, sexy, and even at times unexpectedly moving. As far as light crime films go, this one's a hell of a good deal.
A sophisticated black comedy about karma, revenge, redemption, and crooked real estate deals.What I enjoyed most about "Pocket Listing" was the way it blended social messages with embellished, exaggerated action. Driven by first-rate performances from Lowe, Reynolds plus a crew of gifted unknowns Jurdi, Fahey, Clark , the story keeps you invested from start to finish as the viewer follows the journey of a Los Angeles real estate agent as he falls from grace and then gets a shot at a comeback which proves to be quite a dicey proposition.The film's momentum really builds once the <more>
agent starts trying to sell a lavish Malibu villa, with sexy twists and turns taking the plot into unforeseen directions. Throughout the whole show, laces of dark humor and Coen-brother like quirkiness seeps into the drama and elevates the material.Bottom line-- this is a terrific sleeper filled with surprises and unexpected laughs. Not to be missed.
What a ride...Expertly directed by Conor Allyn, this twisty, unpredictable, darkly comic Los Angeles fable takes you on a tour of some wonderfully amoral characters as they hustle, bustle, wheel, deal, and scheme their way through the maze of real estate.At its core is a rise and fall morality play, but what makes the film so damn enjoyable and engaging is its sardonic, humorous edge and its bitingly satirical look at material excess and the extreme juxtaposition between the haves and the have notes.Written with zeal and luster by confident and charismatic lead Jurdi, "Pocket <more>
Listing" is a hybrid of various genre films yet manages to maintain a smooth, even tone. The chemistry between the actors is palpable, with every player giving it their all and a little more. Watch out for drop dead beauty scene stealer Clark, who just oozes with raw talent and unbridled sexuality.This is the kind of film that rarely gets made anymore and that doesn't always face the best odds in today's marketplace of bombastic blockbusters, but for my dollar, it's as good as anything I've seen in a while.
Entertaining Guy Ritchie style caper (by lydiamartini)
A Guy Ritchie style, highly entertaining flick involving realtors, gangsters of all kinds, a hot babe, a badass rob Lowe, and a Malibu villa. Could u ask for anything more?
One of Burt's last good roles (by nellylimone)
Stumbled upon this film after Burt passed and I decided to watch the most prominent films he made at the end of his career, since I'm already so familiar with his old classics. He doesn't have a huge role here, but his part resonates and he gets one of the best lines in the movie... "I gave you permission to screw everybody, everybody but me." Good to see him as a boss in his twilight years. The rest of the movie was surprisingly effective and enjoyable, with good performances from James Jurdi and Rob Lowe and a fun, twisty plot to boot. Fans of capers and Burt will dig it.
Great chemistry between actors makes the movie (by janelewis-56851)
Fun story but the actors really helped this film reach a higher level than it would. Lowe and Reynolds play their parts well enough but have less screen time than the three major leads to watch: handsome, engaging, third-wall breaking Jurdi, the devious villain we love to hate Fahey, and the stunningly gorgeous, dangerous Clark. They are the real reason to see this caper.
Light entertainment (by julia-59299)
This is a fun and relatively clever little film, far from perfect and a bit slow to get going but generally enjoyable overall. What's interesting about it is that it is set in the backdrop of the American real estate crises but somehow it doesn't dwell on the drama of that dilemma. Rather, it spins an energetic crime caper about a Malibu villa and all the players that are trying to sell it for their own very shady reasons. As long as the film stays with this threadline, it works. When it tries to become a bit message oriented with a subplot about a Downtown tenement that's tied to <more>
the sale of the house and to the main real estate agent, it loses momentum and becomes less zesty. Fortunately, it maintains enough energy to keep the audience engaged and one most give credit to the younger actors in the film for really carrying it nicely. Lowe and Reynolds have smaller parts but it's really the fresh faced ingenues that make this film pop. Overall, "Pocket Listing" is certainly ambitious, somewhat flawed but undeniably compelling.
Not in recent memory has there been a film which deals with the intricacies of the real estate world, let alone one which features an actual real estate agent as the hero of the film. "I don't just sell houses, I deal dreams" remarks Jack Woodman played by James Jurdi , a super hot, ultra slick shark in a suit who happens to be L.A.'s top realtor. This guy, or maybe Jurdi's engaging performance, actually made me want to consider studying up on real estate.Woodman's rise, fall, and ultimate redemption make up the bulk of the story, along with the crazy deal at the <more>
heart of the film which amplify the intrigue/mayhem. Satire in the vein of "The Player" and "Get Shorty" add to the mix, producing a film which flies fast, digs deep infrequently, but whose ultimate purpose is to entertain, and oh yeah, to make us all wish we were super cool Beverly Hills real estate agents who find themselves in situations with femme fetale bombshells, Russian mafiosos, Mexican gangsters, and Rob Lowe as a rock star-styled villa owner with a dark side. Are we having fun yet? You will. That's the point.
NEVER EVER KILL YOUR CONNECTION TO THE BUYER WITH A KITCHEN KNIFE! (by brenbrenlou)
A very interesting mix of different genres, but especially a backstage look at the real estate market in Los Angeles. Of all the actors showcased, Jurdi excels and does his job very well. It also must be noted that the trophy Malibu villa is not the best visual. That prize belongs to Clark, who turns Lana into a femme fatale to remember.