When actress Annabelle Gurwitch was fired from a play by Woody Allen, she wondered how she would cope with being downsized by a cultural icon. Turning to friends in show business, she was assured she was not alone. Everyone she knew, from her rabbi to her gynaecologist, had their own account of getting the boot. Featuring interviews with comedians, economists and regular working folks, and drawing on her hugely popular book, Fired! is a humorous look at downsizing in America.

Annabelle Gurwitch's first-person take on getting the axe. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Fired! torrent reviews

Hot F (es) wrote: The most boring, awful movie I have ever seen. I couldn't keep my eyes open it was that bad. I can't believe I wasted my time.

Al M (nl) wrote: From the Soska twins, the writer-director-actor duo who recently released American Mary, Dead Hooker in a Trunk is grimy, low-budget fun that hearkens back to the grindhouse fare of the late 70s and early 80s. The sisters in the film discover the eponymous corpse in their trunk and embark upon a bloody adventure that will include love, murder, torture, and dismemberment. Funny, stylish, and twisted, Dead Hooker in a Trunk is an original horror vision that doesn't quite achieve true greatness because there is nothing beneath the surface, but it presages the more interesting endeavor Soskas made with American Mary.

Isaiah J (ca) wrote: I really enjoyed seeing Jason Bateman and Ryan Reynolds playing in a movie together great film

Rachel H (it) wrote: a little corny but clean, romantic comedy with a feel good ending

Waleed A (it) wrote: greatest action scenes in any movie (before mad max and avengers competition). multiple scenes in it are my favorite scenes of all time (highway scene, optimus rage). unbelievable action with phenomenal music. The non action parts are all funny and entertaining. Shia is perfect for the role and the other characters are all great. The New girl is a better actress than Megan Fox. pretty good and complex story for a popcorn flick. Can watch it over and over and over. I am officially in love with transformers (7.5 viewings)

Ryan H (it) wrote: After the travesty of The Last Stand and Origins: Wolverine, First Class revives the franchise from the brink of death. The performances are incredible, the action is fun and intense, the directing is Oscar-worthy, and the script is very well-written.

Akira J (de) wrote: This was a fun action movie. It literally is a entertaining. Sure there are some plot holes and problems, but it doesn't get in the way of the overall story. I view it as a parody of old action films. Definitely worth a watch in my opinion.

Kenneth B (gb) wrote: This low budget Christmas sap-fest is so cuddly and cliche-ridden that it is downright offensive. It is schmaltz of the lowest order.

Brett H (fr) wrote: Along Came Polly is not a comedy that shoots for the stars and is perfectly happy living on the lower rungs of the ladder; but it is an enjoyably, stupid comedy. The story is incredibly played-out and the neurotic character Stiller always plays is growing increasingly more annoying and you know exactly how his character is going to make a fool of himself throughout. Aniston gets a change of pace from her bombshell persona and plays a ditzy, flake who never thinks too hard about the next step; which was refreshing. Hands down the best character is Philip Seymour Hoffman's, Sandy Lyle who's a washed-up, former actor still thinking he's a big deal because he was in one hit movie! Seriously, his scenes are absolute gold and his physical performance is commendable as well. It's at best a rental and you watch it at home with your family/loved one and you laugh, and then forget all about it; but it is a competent film.

Francisco R (au) wrote: I didn't know that I was going to like, it was kind of good, after all the craps that Martin lawrence played as a cop, this is defenitly the best, Steve Zahn is funny in this movie, and the movie is very funny and cool, not very good, but it's an entartaining and recommended movie.

Denise P (de) wrote: Led by a sensitive performance from Rob Schneider, Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo transcends the occupation of male prostitution to uproarious levels of raunchy, gut-busting comedy that's as gross and scatalogical as it is powerfully moving, and benefits from the work of a terrifically charming supporting cast.

Jairo A (jp) wrote: The characters in this film are GREAT, the way the story starts to unfold is GREAT, and the questions it raises are GREAT. And Kevin Spacey was awesome in his role. One thing though...I kept hearing Stiffler's voice say "Choir chick" whenever Mena Suvari's character would come on the screen. LMAO!

Megan R (nl) wrote: One of the best films I've seen - watched with Ashley Fuller Ann Arbor Summer 2010

Debra M (es) wrote: A great little spin of the howard hughes will fiasco, great scenes of OLD Vegas and Reno back in the day too.

Richard H (ru) wrote: I adore this classic. They say Lucille Ball was not Mame, but I believe she was perfect.

Darcy S (mx) wrote: Wasn't to bad. However i dont see why it is considered a comedy.

Carlos M (au) wrote: The impressive sets, costumes, production direction and cinematography make for a stunning visual spectacle, but most of the songs - with the exception of two or three - are hideous (yes, I hate both Andrew Lloyd Webber and his musical) and Butler is a terrible singer.

Micheline S (mx) wrote: This duo was awesome. Didn't expect that ending.

Zack T (ag) wrote: Eternal Glory For Harry Potter

Elias P (ag) wrote: Jim Carrey being in this movie is the only redeeming quality. Seuss is probably rolling in his grave because of this and The Cat In the Hat. The who's look scary because everyone of them has their upper lip removed and the message is squandered because of how the who's react when their presents are stolen. They react by shouting and blaming others when the real message is shown greatly in the cartoon. Spend your time watching that instead.