Suckers is a 2001 film written by Roger Nygard and Joe Yanetty which revolves around events at a car dealership. The film stars Daniel Benzali, Lori Loughlin, and Louis Mandylor and co-stars Walter Emanuel Jones. It was filmed in 1999 but was not released until 2001, and has never been released in the United States, although region one DVD formats are available in Australia and distributed by Creative Light Entertainment. The film is a cult-classic and is especially popular with those in the automobile retail sales trade. Due to this the film ranks in the top 250 selling DVDs at CD Universe and is also very often sold on eBay.
The film's opening scene, a semi-accurate portrayal of a Saturday morning meeting led by Reggie (Benzali) is especially popular and runs in the vein of other famous sales meetings such as Alec Baldwin's scene in Glengarry Glen Ross and Ben Afleck's scene in Boiler Room. During the scene Reggie both preaches to his sales staff and is shown selling a vehicle to a "sucker" customer.
Bobby DeLuca, (Mandylor) who is a general good guy who finds himself in a lot of trouble with some loan sharks, is being pressured by his wife, Donna (Loughlin) to find a job. Desperate for fast money, he reluctantly becomes a salesman at South Side Cars, where Donna works in the office.