I first saw this film in 1992, the year it came out. I was then favorably impressed with the performances of all these stars. Now that I am older and I hope more mature and refined as a person I no longer want to hear men going around using the "fuck you!" variations of swearing that are supposed to show someone unafraid to break the rules of good conduct when they want to make a point. Do we really need these people setting the tone for seriousness? Grow up Alec Baldwin! I have not liked you for 20 years and nothing is going to change that. And I can not tolerate the attitude of Kevin Spacey. Pacino, Lemmon, Arkin, and Harris are all just fine as less than performance realestate salesman. I have turned into my parents but that is a good thing. They and others have a better behavior than those who follow the 'anything is okay if it makes you feel good'. Standards of behavior tell a lot about a person.