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Donald Trump's The Art of the Deal: The Movie (2016)

Not Rated | | Comedy | TV Movie 10 February 2016
Funny or Die presents a satirical rendition of Donald J. Trump's 1987 best selling business book, The Art of the Deal.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Walter Hoving
Der Scutt
Ivana Trump
Ed Koch
Barron Hilton
Doc Brown
Pete Rozelle
Roy Cohn
Le Club Boss
Hobo Oracle


Donald J. Trump has it all. Money, power, respect, and an Eastern European bride. But all his success didn't come for nothing. First, he inherited millions of dollars from his rich father, then he grabbed New York City by the balls. Now you can learn the art of negotiation, real estate, and high-quality brass in this illuminating made-for-TV special feature, Funny Or Die Presents Donald Trump's The Art Of The Deal: The Movie. Written by Anonymous

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10 February 2016 (USA)  »

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Funny or Die Presents: Donald Trump's the Art of the Deal: The Movie  »

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Did You Know?


The Trump cards, which are prominently mentioned in the movie, are featured in chapter two of the original book "Art Of The Deal". The chapter is called "Trump Cards - The Elements of the Deal". There are eleven cards, of which nine are mentioned in the movie (including "Have Fun"). The card "Enchance Your Location" was changed in the movie to "Improve your location" and "Protect the downside" was originally in the book called "Protect the Downside and the Upside will take care of itself". See more »


Donald J. Trump offered the boy a piece of "Trump Steak", however the first Trump Steak actually appeared in 2007 and not in the 80s. See more »


Donald J. Trump: That, my friend, is what we call The Art of the Deal.
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Crazy Credits

At the end of the movie there are fake credits for the movie, crediting Donald J. Trump for almost every task (exceptions are e.g. "Catering - The Mexicans"). During these credits Donald Trump is talking to the audience. After that the real credits for the movie appear. After these credits Ron Howard appears and says how awful the movie was and he wants all to forget that this movie or even Donald Trump exists. See more »


References Saturday Night Live (1975) See more »


The Art of the Deal
Performed by Kenny Loggins
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Funnyish, clearly partisan but worth a view
15 September 2016 | by See all my reviews

It appears that several Hollywood folks do not love The Donald - big shock. So these folks decide to make a movie that ranges from poking a bit of fun at His Donaldness to outright attacking his character. Again, big shock. So view this knowing that it's a slam on Trump that's amusing and nothing more. I too think that Trump is a buffoon, and I get that this "movie" what whipped up in a real hurry, but a better made, more well thought out effort might have been... well, more entertaining. This movie will likely really please folks who are terrified of Trump, annoy his followers and leave the rest of us with a big "Meh... it was okay".

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