Deal of the Century

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Chevy Chase, Sigourney Weaver and Gregory Hines star as a team of ruthless arms dealers who will do anything to sell second-rate weapons to third world countries . . . until they get the chance to close a deal between a giant U.S. defense contractor and a Central American dictator in the deal of the Century.

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44 thoughts on “Deal of the Century

  1. I was in the Air Force back in the early to mid 80's. I saw a drone take off much like that at Tyndall AFB. It was there one second and gone the next.

  2. Lol . @32:33
    "You look just like your Uncle Eddie."
    [Him talking to the baby]

    If you didn't know where you were (or you just woke up), that was a great flashback to National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation (the one where they're at home) and "Uncle Eddie" was the cousin in the trailer (the one that emptied his sewage in the storm drain).

    Look, even the brother getting up (looking at him from the back) looks like Dennis Quaid.
    [[Or Randy Quaid – I forget ]]

    That's a hilarious flashback for a second lol.

  3. You take one look at Gregory Hines in this picture and it's obvious they wanted Richard Pryor but couldn't get him, or he couldn't do it

  4. When I was a tween and this movie was playing on high rotation on HBO I watched it a couple of times and I thought it was an interesting comedy I rewatched it last night and I realized that this movie is actually kind of deep and prescient to reality it may be a comedy but it has some really deep meaning and actually has a point to make it also has pretty decent cast

  5. Snapshot of the 80s. Such a wacky movie that dealt with a really powerful subject. This was when Chase was at his best. Sigourney Weaver looks amazing… Also the peacemaker pulled that "pump the brakes" move 3 years before Tom cruise did in top gun

  6. Hilarious & tragic at the same time I didn't know whether to laugh or cry if this movie wasn't so true to life in our present global crisis!

  7. Maybe this movie started out as a comedy, and maybe at the time it was even funny. But now it's more of a documentary, played by actors who thought they were funny. Was this early Hollywood commie propaganda against Reagan and Star Wars?

  8. Drones were used by the US in the 60's and 70's in Viet Nam. The Ryan 147 was used widely.
    JHC, there are some stupid replies to this post, made by lazy people that didn't bother to check out the facts.
    btw, drones were first used in warfare in 1849, and widely used in WW2, Korea. and Viet Nam by many nations.
    Keep your day job, if you have one.

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