Employee of the Month
"Employee of the Month" is about a guy whose day spirals from bad to worse when he gets fired from his dream job at the bank and is dumped by his fiancée Sara. David's best friend Jack tries to convince him it's for the best, but the opposite occurs when bank robberies and millions of dollars become part of his day from hell.
- Stars:Matt Dillon, Steve Zahn, Christina Applegate, Andrea Bendewald, Jay Leggett, David Pasquesi, Peter Jason, Paul Dooley, Noel Gugliemi, Dave Foley, Renee Albert, Enrique Almeida, Mark Beltzman, Brian Blondell, John Timothy Botka,
- Director:Mitch Rouse,
- Writer:Mitch Rouse, Jay Leggett
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Employee of the Month torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: Superb film, JCVD back to his best. Oh and Vivica Fox is awesome!!
(ru) wrote: Liam Neeson is not indicated for this movie nor the other apathetic actors. Without interesting action scenes, it is just an unoriginal and predictable movie, however with a strong script.
(es) wrote: Frankenhooker is absolutely amazing... for a piece of trash. Frank Henenlotter returns to give us a less gory but more comedic horror romp. It's completely over the top, in the style of something like Dead Alive (AKA Brain Dead), but it's also extremely funny and entertaining, with some great 80's horror dialogue. James Morinz's astonishing performance is a thing of beauty, as is a room full of exploding hookers doped out on super crack. This guy goes through some real craziness to get his dead girlfriend back, and every moment of it is pure cinema magic. It's just a brilliant piece of work and highly recommended for any horror fan.
(au) wrote: I thought that the movie was interesting from a photographers point of view or events going on in Nicaragua if you don't know anything about the area from 1979. There is no doubt that the Government was corrupt, the people were in poverty, and the terrorists may have been the only ones with real power and support of the people. One thing that I found ironic is that the terrorist acted so confident and didn't care when the photographers were around and acted like they were just ordinary people where as the official government questioned everyone, torr up everyones equipment in an inspection, and were known for making serious mistakes even though people would show the correct documentation. I thought that the down sides to this film were that there was a great deal of swearing in this film, especially the f word which I found unnecessary for the film to be told. This film showed very little blood and the only scene that I found gruesome was a when a terrorist act happens at a restaurant and someones head for less than a second disfigured when his grenade acsendently goes off as they try to leave.
(jp) wrote: This film is a well done adaptation of Levi's book, but much of what was felt and experienced had to be summarized in dialogue. Reading the book is vastly more emotional and enlightening, worthy of the highest rating.
(es) wrote: One of the most enthralling productions of Hamlet I've ever seen. I highly recommend it, this production is not just a film of a stage version it uses the medium of film to find new observations and storytelling opportunities inside the classic story.
(jp) wrote: Entertaining action thriller.