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The First $20 Million Is Always the Hardest

Andy, a successful marketing guy quits his job, gets a new job at a research facility, makes a powerful enemy who makes him volunteer for a nearly impossible project: The $99 PC. The only available guys at the lab, three sociopaths, together they compile a revolutionary PC for $99, then they become the victims of a venture capitalist and Andy's old foe, can he find a way to overcome the problems?

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The First $20 Million Is Always the Hardest Cast

Name Character
Rosario Dawson She was 23, now 45 years old as Alisa
Enrico Colantoni He was 39, now 61 years old as Francis Benoit
Anjul Nigam He was 36, now 58 years old as Salman Fard
Gregory Jbara He was 40, now 62 years old as Hank
John Rothman He was 53, 70 years old when he died as Ben
Ethan Suplee He was 26, now 48 years old as Curtis 'Tiny' Reese
Jake Busey He was 31, now 53 years old as Darrell Claxton
Stoney Westmoreland He was 32, now 54 years old as Link
Rob Benedict He was 31, now 53 years old as Willy
Heather Dubrow She was 33, now 55 years old as Claudia Goss
Dan Butler He was 47, now 69 years old as Lloyd Acheson
Adam Garcia He was 29, now 51 years old as Andy Kasper
Chandra West She was 31, now 53 years old as Robin
Shiva Rose She was 33, now 55 years old as Torso
Linda Hart She was 51, now 73 years old as Mrs. 'B'

The First $20 Million Is Always the Hardest Crew

Name Department
Gary Tieche as Screenplay. Writing
Po Bronson as Writer. He was 38 (now 60) years old Writing
Mick Jackson (director) as Director. He was 58 (now 80) years old Directing
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  • Release day: Friday, June 28, 2002
  • Runtime: 105 minutes