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Buffalo is the debt collection capital of America, though Peg Dahl (Zoey Deutch) never saw herself in that world. She's bet on her sharp mind—and even sharper mouth—to get her out of town and into an Ivy League university. But when an acceptance letter to the school of her dreams arrives, she quickly realizes the cruel impossibility of paying tuition. A chance phone call changes everything and leads her into the lucrative yet complex and shady business of delinquent debt collection. She's a natural and soon running her own shop, but at what cost? Also starring Judy Greer, Jai Courtney and Jermaine Fowler, BUFFALOED is a hilarious and timely comedy about one woman rewriting the rules of The Man's game.


  • Zoey Deutch
  • Judy Greer
  • Jai Courtney
  • Noah Reid
  • Lusia Strus
  • Jayne Eastwood
  • Raymond Ablack
  • Jermaine Fowler
  • Casey Hudecki
  • Brian Sacca

Did You Know?


  • Most of the suits Peg wears were purchased at Good Will.
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    • [in a slide presentation to her mom]
    • Young Peg: Buffalo, New York. The epicentre of the rust belt. A city whose favorite meal is a discarded chicken part. A city hopelessly dedicated to a staple of disappointment.
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Feb 17, 2020

While Buffaloed is light on laughs, it’s Deutch as Peg that is the real joy to watch. She creates a character that is unique, energetic, and thoughtfully developed.

Metacritic review by Alan Ng
Alan Ng
Film Threat
Feb 13, 2020

The real problem is that no one involved seems to realize that their heroine is, in fact, an antiheroine. Had the movie gone all-in on Peg’s amorality, we might have had a more interesting project.

Metacritic review by Elizabeth Weitzman
Elizabeth Weitzman
Feb 12, 2020

Her (Zoey Deutch) wildly entertaining performance proves the standout element of the picture, which never quite reaches the comic heights for which it's aiming.

Metacritic review by Frank Scheck
Frank Scheck
The Hollywood Reporter