Tuesday, September 22, 2009

extract movie trailer

Extract (2009)

Extract Movie

Extract Movie Synopsis/sinopsis

In EXTRACT, writer/director Mike Judge (Beavis and Butt-Head, King of the Hill) returns to the fertile territory of the American workplace, rotating his perspective away from the white collar cubicle warriors of Office Space and towards a blue collar boss a small business owner who employs an odd cast of losers, loners and misfits in his flavor extract factory.

To the outside eye, Joel Reynold (Jason Bateman) seems to have everything. After all, being the owner of a business he built from the ground up - with its patented brand of culinary extracts - should make the Extract King a happy man.However, if Joel hasnt reached his front door by 8 oclock, hell find his wife, Suzie (Kristen Wiig) cinching up her sweatpants and about as interested in him as he is in her mastery of supermarket coupon design. Sexually frustrated, Joel confides in his best pal, Dean (Ben Affleck), a barkeep and soon finds himself wrapped up in a convoluted scheme to make Suzie cheat on him first with a dim-witted gigolo (Dustin Milligan) thereby allowing him to pursue beautiful new employee Cindy (Mila Kunis) with a clear conscience.

Unbeknownst to Joel, the object of his affections is a con artist/sociopath - just one step away from having her parole revoked. Meanwhile, Joel and his second-in-command, Brian (J.K. Simmons) have entered negotiations for a buyout of Reynold Extracts by General Mills. All they need to do is keep things tidy, quiet and moving while waiting for the final offer. Of course, this fails to take into account the employees on the factory floor: Step (Clifton Collins, Jr.), a machismo-ridden doofus and self-proclaimed fastest sorter with lofty aspirations of rising to Floor Manager; Rory (T.J. Miller), a goth-rock geek who spends more time passing out flyers for his band than shuffling extract bottles; and Mary (Beth Grant), a fanny-packed, bitter slouch at the end of the assembly line whod rather fold her arms and shake her head than keep life at Reynold moving along which is exactly what shes doing when a bottleneck occurs on the line, resulting in a chain of accidents that cost poor Step a portion of his manhood.

Seeing a big payday, the con-artist temp woos the otherwise-loyal Step, convincing him to sue for millions, engaging bus bench lawyer Joe Adler (KISSs Gene Simmons) to fight for his rights regardless of the fact that doing so will cost Joel the factory.With his dry wit and remarkable ear for character and dialogue, Mike Judge brings his trademark flavor to these seemingly disparate threads, tying them together into an antic comedy about life in the middle.

Miramax Films presents a 3 Arts Entertainment/Ternion Productions film by Mike Judge. EXTRACT stars Jason Bateman, Kristen Wiig, Ben Affleck, Mila Kunis, J.K. Simmons, David Koechner, Clifton Collins, Jr., T.J. Miller, Beth Grant and Gene Simmons. The film is written and directed by Mike Judge, and is produced by John Altschuler and Michael Rotenberg, executive produced by Dave Krinsky, Tom Lassally and Glenn Lucas, and co-executive produced by Michael Flynn. Director of photography is Tim Suhrsted, and the production designer is Maher Ahmad. Visual Effects by Pixel Magic. Film editor is Julia Wong. Original music for the film composed by George S. Clinton. [Official Miramax Films Synopsis.] [D-Man2010] (www.imdb.com)

Extract Movie Hollywood actress/actor
  • Jason Bateman ... Joel
    Mila Kunis
    ... Cindy
    Kristen Wiig
    ... Suzie
    Ben Affleck
    ... Dean
    J.K. Simmons
    ... Brian
    Clifton Collins Jr.
    ... Step
    Dustin Milligan
    ... Brad
    David Koechner
    ... Nathan
    Beth Grant
    ... Mary
    T.J. Miller
    ... Rory
    Javier GutiƩrrez
    ... Hector
    Lidia Porto
    ... Gabriella


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