Watch The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard
- 1 hr 30 min
"The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard" is a 2009 comedy film. The plot revolves around Don Ready (played by Jeremy Piven). He is a dedicated salesman hired by a failing car dealership to make their business succeed. Don Ready is a hustler leading a crack team. In one scene in the film he is told he cannot smoke on the airplane. He delivers a rousing speech that inspires and sways those around him by making an appeal to American values. It is this strangely persuasive attitude that inspires a Temecula, California dealership to hire him. Don Ready descends upon the town with some of his best salesmen. It takes a small about of time before the failing dealership is flourishing. The business is populated by a number of interesting characters. Among them are Brent, the owner's son who looks 30 but is actually 10, and the violent salesman Dick Lewiston. As the business succeeds, Don finally meets his match in the proprietor's daughter Ivy Selleck (played by Jordan Spiro). Ivy is seemingly immune to Ready's posturing and sales prowess. Don is forced to wrestle with his reckless party boy lifestyle in order to win the heart of the woman of his dreams. Unfortunately for him she is engaged to the son of rival salesman Alan Thicke. Additional tension is provided when Don Ready believes he has found his son. Ready can't seem to help but see himself in the talented salesman Blake. "The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard" stars a diverse cast of 21st century comedy luminaries such as Ed Helms, Ken Jeong, David Koechner, and Rob Riggle. The film is directed by Neal Brennan of "Chapelle Show" fame. The associated studios are Paramount Vintage and Gary Sanchez Productions. The film's run time is 90 minutes.