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G-Sale (2003)

Unrated | | Comedy | 28 January 2003 (USA)
In the quirky suburb of Bogwood, Washington, an eccentric group of garage sale fanatics compete for an antique board game that's worth a fortune.


Randy Nargi


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Jessi Badami Jessi Badami ... Angela Cocci
Scott Burns Scott Burns ... Ed LaSalle
Tracey Conway Tracey Conway ... Helen Ziegler
Henry Dardenne Henry Dardenne ... Xavier Fenwick
Nigel Neale Nigel Neale ... Plumber
Ted D'Arms Ted D'Arms ... Dick Nickerson
Robin Douglas ... BJ Harwood
Jimmi Parker Jimmi Parker ... Doris Fenwick
Wantland Sandel Wantland Sandel ... Clayton Fenwick
Mary White Mary White ... Vicky Bell
Terry T.J. Johnson Terry T.J. Johnson ... Malcolm Urnbaden
Julianne Louise Reynolds Julianne Louise Reynolds ... Heidi Krauer
Matt Riedy ... The Architect
Geoffrey Alm Geoffrey Alm ... Chair Shopper
Joe Morgan Joe Morgan ... Angry Shopper


A mockumentary about garage sales and the people who are obsessed by them. Bogwood, Washington is a pleasant suburban community with a special distinction -- it has more garages per capita than any other town in America. Not surprisingly, Bogwood is also the "Garage Sale Capital of the U.S.A." When retirees Doris & Clayton Fenwick decide to empty their nest of retro-modern antiques, they set the wheels in motion for a frantically funny "g-sale" involving Bogwood's most avid garage sale junkies: Angela Cocci (an obsessive market researcher), Ed LaSalle (a beleaguered computer programmer and creator of the cult fantasy role-playing game "Caves & Beasts"), Dick Nickerson (a retired star of the 60s sitcom "Pot o' Gold"), and BJ Harwood & Helen Ziegler (partners and owners of a trendy retro-modern antique store). They try to outmaneuver each other to score their ultimate garage sale treasure: an antique board game worth a fortune. But who will end up with the prize...? Written by Anonymous

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You never know what you might find at a garage sale.





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Clayton Fenwick: ...now everybody will think we're dead!
Xavier Fenwick: That's not necessarily a bad thing, Pops.
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References Best in Show (2000) See more »

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8 August 2004 | by kruse73See all my reviews

I should have walked out. It started bad and it never improved. The actors completely overplay their roles and the added smart alec isn't this fun cuts doesn't seem convincing. While the movie have a few good ideas they are consistently badly implemented and the timing and acting doesn't do it any favours.

I think you will have to be American or the long time owner of a mustache to laugh of this one... It is that special kind of no fun humor that only really appeals to yanks. You know where everything is so obvious and overstated that any fun that could have been is thoroughly eliminated by overstating every point of the joke.

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