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Saturday, February 19, 2011

Glengarry Glen Ross

Glengarry Glen Ross is based on a play of the same name written by David Mamet.
The film depicts two days in the lives of four real estate salesmen and how they become desperate when the corporate office sends a representative to "motivate" them by announcing that, in one week, all except the top two salesmen will be fired. The film, like the play, is notorious for its use of profanity, hence the R-rating. Edit: Came out in '92.

52 comments:

  1. Never heard of this, when'd it come out?

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  2. Sounds like a good movie. How old is this?

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  3. Are you gonna review it when it comes out?? =)

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  4. hhah amaing BRO

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  5. never heard of it, must have been really really lowly rated.

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  6. never heard of it too, will you review this one?

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  7. another movie I keep hearing about! thanks for the ideas!

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  8. Haven't seen this one before will check it out.

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  9. looks good! thanks for the recommendation :) Keep it up

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  10. this was a great movie. Good find. =)

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  11. I gotta check this one out, Mamet is awesome.

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  12. havent heard of this either, whats the summary if you wouldnt mind?

    http://somashanktank.blogspot.com/

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  13. That movie cover reminds me of Man on Wire

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  14. I'll watch it, thanks for recommendation!

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  16. Sounds like an interesting movie, Ive actually never heard of it and that sort of surprises me, I make a point to keep up on videos. Thanks will have to give it a watch

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  17. Looks interesting, I wasn't familiar with it til now.

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  18. Ah yes, Al Pacino is great in this one.

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  19. GGR is the best! You company man!
    You just cost me 6000 dollars!

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  20. I'll be sure to give it a watch :)

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  21. cover looks pretty cool. will try to find / watch it!

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  22. Nice, got to watch it sometime.

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  23. Going to watch this now, sounds like a good movie.

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  24. I'll keep it in mind. I like the poster though!

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  25. gonna havto check this out. thanks for posting it! gonna follow and keep up!

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  26. I LOVE this movie! Great taste my friend, I'm definitely following!

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  27. looks really interesting, hopefully I'll find time to give it a watch

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  28. I knew about the play but never heard about the movie.

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  29. im writing down the movies you review so i can check them out

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  30. I'd heard the movie title before, but for some reason I thought it had something to do with a guy being a crossdresser...

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  31. I've heard about it, good thing you reminded me about it, I'm going to look for it, thanks. Following.

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  32. sounds like a good movie, I'll to check it out.

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  33. wow al pacino kevin spacey? never heard of this movie but going to check it out now. New follower!

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  34. Yeah this IS a very underrated movie. It's required watching when you train at certain sales firms too. Great stuff! I'll be following from here on out!

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  35. I used to say it was underrated all the time lol

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  36. never saw it, but I always liked that name.

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  37. I have to put this on my list of movies to watch. I've heard it was really good.

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  38. One of my 'Desert Island Flicks' this one. The way Mamet builds his story into a crescendo of trouble is done beautifully.
    If you want Mamet-speak, this flick is the one for you.

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