From the minds that brought us Talladega Nights and Step Brothers comes The Goods: Live Hard Sell Hard. The Goods: Live Hard Sell Hard stars Jeremy Piven as Don Ready, a master salesman. Ready and his crew, a group of “manly” men (they sell, they drink, and they hit up strip clubs), are hired by a used car dealership to sell every car on their lot in order to save the dealership from the grips of bankruptcy.
Jeremy Piven is an award winning actor. Jeremy Piven has won Emmys and is best known for his roles in The Kingdom and Entourage. Piven’s co-star in The Goods: Live Hard Sell Hard is Ving Rhames. Rhames has appeared in I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry and Mission: Impossible III.
Joining Jeremy Piven and Ving Rhames in The Goods: Live Hard Sell Hard is a great comedic supporting cast. Included in the cast are actors David Koechner, Ed Helms, and Rob Riggle. Koechner has been in a number of comedies including Anchorman, 40 Year Old Virgin, Talladega Nights and Semi Pro. Ed Helms made a name for himself as a correspondent on The Daily Show. Helms is also a part of the hit show The Office. Rob Riggle is another former Daily Show correspondent. Riggles success on the big screen includes roles in Talladega Nights and Step Brothers.
The Goods: Live Hard Sell Hard will be the first film released under the umbrella of Gary Sanchez Productions, a new production company founded by Will Ferrell and Adam McKay. Comedies like The Goods: Live Hard Sell Hard usually look good in previews but go one of two ways in the movie theatre; either the comedy disappoints or you leave the movie theatre rolling in laughter.
The Goods: Live Hard Sell Hard seems likely to be one of the comedies that will leave you roaring in laughter. The Goods: Live Hard Sell Hard has a solid lead actor in Jeremy Piven and a great set of supporting actors that have helped other comedies succeed. The other important element to any film is a plot. Many of the comedies that fail lack a substantial plot, leaving the jokes to carry the film. From the previews The Goods: Live Hard Sell Hard seems to have a worthwhile plot. Between the actors and plot, The Goods: Live Hard Sell Hard has much potential. If you like comedies you will want to check out Jeremy Piven in The Goods: Live Hard Sell Hard when the film hits theatres Friday, August 14th.