The Prime Gig (1-Sep-2000)|
Director: Gregory Mosher
Writer: William Wheeler
Music by: David Robbins
Producers: Elliot Lewis Rosenblatt; Cary Woods; Gina Mingacci
|Vince Vaughn|| ... Pendelton Wise|
|Julia Ormond|| ... Caitlin Carlson|
|Rory Cochrane|| ... Joel|
|Ed Harris|| ... Kelly Grant|
|Wallace Shawn|| ... Gene|
|Stephen Tobolowsky|| ... Mick|
|George Wendt|| ... Archie Keltz|
|Jeannetta Arnette|| ... Cheryl|
|Shishir Kurup|| ... Sujat|
|Harper Roisman|| ... Harry|
|Marjorie Lovett|| ... Evelyn|
|Tom Wright|| ... Marvin Sanders|
|Romany Malco|| ... Zeke|
|Brian George|| ... Nasser|
|Amber Benson|| ... Batgirl|
|J. J. Johnston|| ... Lloyd|
|Christina Cabot|| ... Bank Teller|
|Randy Sklar|| ... Twin|
|Jason Sklar|| ... Twin|
|Pat Healy|| ... Wendell|
|MacIntyre Dixon|| ... Matt Fergeson|
|Matt Landers|| ... Bank Manager|
|Vanessa Espinoza|| ... Maria|
|Benj Thall|| ... Tolstoy|
|Juan Carlos Cantu|| ... Minister|
|Jesus Perez|| ... Vocalist|
|Barton Gault|| ... Pilot|
|Alan Austin|| ... Pilot|
Review by Anonymous (posted on 14-Aug-2007)
Being in the industry, I was attracted to the plot.
The writers used all the buzz words and I just loved
the use of the jet outing to pump the wallet surgeons.
There were, however, a couple of holes in the setup.
Number one, using a 50K to 100K predictive dialer for
the number of salespeople present was not realistic for
a 2.5 million raise. Dialers are not hardware that can be just plugged in. They also require extensive software packages.
Number two, and more importantly, the one call close for 25K
went the way of the buggy whip in the eighties with diamonds and rare coins.
Today's mooch wants to see a package before he throws
25 large at anybody, especially an abusive voice on the phone.
Nice try, but it doesn't measure up to the likes of a
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