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Movie Review

The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard

Farce about used-car lot runs like a clunker

From left: Ving Rhames, Jeremy Piven, David Koechner, and Kathryn Hahn in “The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard.’’ From left: Ving Rhames, Jeremy Piven, David Koechner, and Kathryn Hahn in “The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard.’’ (Sam Emerson)
By Wesley Morris
Globe Staff / August 14, 2009

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The government recently decided to subsidize the purchase of new automobiles for Americans driving alleged junk. The program is called Cash for Clunkers. But anyone looking for a cheap, timely vicarious alternative might try “The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard,’’ a comedy set on a used-car lot in Temecula, Calif. You put up the cash, the movie clunks. (Full article: 552 words)

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