The end on showtime was a great drama before the corporate buyout. The actors were talented and their performances were riveting. The plot had a sense of realism that made it seem as if this could happen in our world today, with corporations taking over everything we know and love.
– The Corporate Buyout Specialist’s Wife: The Love Interest
– The End: The Villain (media executive)
– Selena Gomez: The Hero’s Girlfriend
– The Corporate Buyout Specialist: The Villain (corporate buyout specialist)
– Tobey Maguire: The Hero’s Boss
The story is about a family that owns an iconic company. They are approached by corporate executives who want to purchase the company and make decisions on how it will be run, against the wishes of other members of the family. The story is about a father and son who fight against an age-old, powerful media conglomerate that wants to take over their company through corporate buyouts.
The hero is James Franco as The Hero with Gus played by Tobey Maguire in the role of The Villain (corporate buyout specialist). The Corporate Buyout Specialist The Villain is a “sleek, silver-haired” executive.
The company that The Villain works for wants to buy the family business and fire some of its workers in order to save money for their shareholders (shareholders are people who invest in companies). The idea is that by firing some employees they will save money and The Villain will make more.
After a lot of back-and-forth fighting with The Corporate Buyout Specialist The Villain The Hero manages to keep the company in the family.
The Villain is a “sleek, silver-haired” executive. The company that The Villain works for wants to buy the family business and fire some of its workers in order to make The Villain more money. The son makes it his mission to save the company that The Hero, James Franco’s character left him in charge of when he retired from The Villain who is trying to buy them out.
The story follows a father and son through an emotional rollercoaster ride as they fight off corporate takeovers and family drama. The end of showtime is a Shakespearean tale of betrayal, power, and greed that would do Hollywood proud.
The movie offers plenty for everyone to enjoy with more than one storyline: James Franco’s career choices, his father’s (played by Dermot Mulroney) relationship with his family, The Villain’s greed and The Hero’s success. The end of showtime is a gripping tale that will have you on the edge of your seat as it tells its story in reverse order including flashbacks to James Franco’s character when he was The Hero with his father (Dermot Mulroney) by his side.