Middle Men Movie Information

Movie Information

Overall Rank: 6505

Average Rating: 2.6/4

# of Ratings: 22

Theatrical Release Date: 08/06/2010

Blu-ray/DVD Release Date: 02/08/2011

Language: English

Genre: Comedy, Crime

MPAA Rating: R

Director: George Gallo

Actors: Giovanni Ribisi, Luke Wilson, James Caan, Kelsey Grammer, Laura Ramsey, Rade Serbedzija

Plot: Based on the true story of Jack Harris, a family man and successful business man who goes into a partnership in 1995, utilizing the fledgling Internet to make a profit off of adult entertainment. -- Chris Kavan

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3/4

Chris Kavan - wrote on 11/11/2012

An interesting look into the early world of Internet pornography and how a couple of slackers, teamed with a Russian mobster and some other unsavory characters, to make a ton of money. Jack Harris (Luke Wilson - in a great role) is caught in the middle where temptation and crime threaten to derail his life. Crazy but true - just like I like things.

Rating of
3/4

dukeakasmudge - wrote on 08/01/2011

I've read a couple bad reviews for this movie on other sites but I think it was pretty good.Giovanni Ribisi & Wayne Macht were great as Wayne & Buck but every actor who played a sleazeball in this movie, Played it really well.How could I forget Jason Antoon as Denny Z.He was the sleaziest! Middle Men is worth checking out at least once

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Daniel Corleone - wrote on 07/07/2012

Wayne (Giovanni Ribisi) is a cocaine pornography addict person who gets into business with his smart friend and Buck (Gabriel Macht). The pair suggests an idea to Russian mobster Nikita Sokoloff. Jack Harris (Luke Wilson) is given a tip by a rich lawyer named Jerry Haggerty (James Caan) about to internet sensations who peddle porn over the net. The various timelines from the beginning were a bit confusing though the character development was superb. Soundtrack was wonderful and the artists acted well. Screenplay was well written with lines like: Nikita – “Sometimes business is more important than family.” Audrey – “I'll bet if you ask any old timer in one of those old folks homes, they'd tell you they regret the stuff they didn't do. Not the stuff that they did do.” …

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