Rated R, 1 hour 37 Minutes
Starring: Robin Williams and Tim Robbins
He has done better movies. I will give this movie a C. It's an ok movie, but it's not really a Williams' movie... at least in my point of view.
Here is what the cover has to say:
Whether he's pitching himself, or his high-priced luxury cars of Turgeon Auto Sales, Joey O'Brien (Robin Williams) never lets a day go by without "doing" someone good. But Joey's schmoozed through life on cruise control.... and now he's riding in the hot seat. An impatient Mafioso wants his hide. he's rendezvousing with an obnoxious married woman. His space cadet girlfriend needs more money. His ex-wife wants her alimony and his delinquent daughter is nowhere to be found. To top it all off, Turgeon Auto is relocating and inventory is priced to go - unfortunately, so is Joey unless his sales pick up. He's got just one last big day to do or die. Just when he thought it could get no worse... it does. With the showroom abuzz on D-day, enter Larry (Tim Robbins). a punkheaded terminator with an inferiority complex and an axe to grind, Larry's not exactly looking for a new set of whitewalls. he's loaded down with explosives and looking for the man who's been "doing" his wife. Now in a life or death situation, Joey O'Brien is forced to do what he does best... lie.
Trying to get customers,... he shys back of nothing
Joey loves his girls...
...and good food
He's trying to sell cars to try to keep his job
Some maniac boyfriend is trying to shoot everyone in sight
joey played Mediator