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The First $20 Million Is Always the Hardest Details

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Hotshot marketing executive Andy Caspar (Adam Garcia) gives up his steady job to join a high-tech research and development center where he's teamed with three misfits, including socially-unacceptable Darrell (Jake Busey), to create a far-fetched and highly unlikely product -- a 99-dollar desktop computer. The company wants them to fail, but they succeed against all odds and come up with a PC that doesn't use a monitor or keyboard (it's holographic, and all of the memory is stored on an Internet server). A greedy competitor, Francis (Enrico Colantoni), sabotages their project and steals their idea as his own. Meanwhile, Andy's relationship with lovely neighbor Alisa (Rosario Dawson) hits the skids. Can Andy get the PC -- and the girl -- back? ~ Buzz McClain, Rovi

  • Release date:June 28, 2002

Crew

Mick Jackson
Director
Trevor Albert
Producer
Jon Favreau
Screenwriter
Po Bronson
Book Author
Gary Tieche
Screenwriter
Ronald V. Garcia
Cinematographer
Marco Beltrami
Composer (Music Score)
Sharon Boyle
Musical Direction/Supervision
Don Brochu
Editor
William Sandell
Production Designer
Brad Ricker
Art Director
Bruce Crone
Supervising Art Director
Michele Imperato
Co-producer
Kym Bye
Associate Producer
Harold Ramis
Executive Producer
Neil Machlis
Executive Producer
Martin Roy Mervel
Set Designer
Anthony D. Parrillo
Set Designer
Robert Gould
Set Designer
Jill M. Ohanneson
Costume Designer
Aaron Barsky
First Assistant Director
Mindy Marin
Casting
Liz Radley
Additional Cinematography
Jennifer Meislohn
Visual Effects Supervisor
Cosmas Paul Bolger Jr.
Special Effects Supervisor
Donald Sylvester
Supervising Sound Editor
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