I Really Hate My Job

I Really Hate My Job

'Every day is another day closer to the day I'll never have to do this again.' Five women, one restaurant, one night, one birthday, one breakdown. Then the phone rings. A famous actor is coming for dinner. I Really Hate My Job is the story of an evening in a café in London's Soho.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:90 minutes
  • Release:2007
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:rat,   restaurant,   wine,  

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Kevin P (ag) wrote: Een beroerde poging om het succes van de tv-serie Boer Zoekt Vrouw te evenaren met een voorspelbaar kant en klaar verhaal, die verwikkelt raakt in slechte grappen die vaak te kosten gaan van Bekende Nederlanders die een belachelijke cameo maken. Enig lichtpuntje kan er gevonden worden in Dirk Zeelenberg zijn vermakelijke rol als de hufterige televisieproducent Kenneth. Helaas is dat niet genoeg om deze chaos te kunnen redden !

Wouter P (fr) wrote: Great movie, great acting and a sublime story.

Kevin J (br) wrote: Mediocre family drama that had potential to be much better

Spookie M (jp) wrote: An homage to the giallo films of Argento and bava without actually being a giallo. Essentially an anthology in three parts with the main character at various ages. Brilliant direction and editing and very surreal.

Doctor S (us) wrote: Pointless movie that starts as a dull drama set in a correctional facility for the mentally unbalanced and ends as a pathetic escape thriller (in name only) with an even more pathetic attempt at romance. How in the world did writer/director D.W. Brown get names such as Nick Stahl and Olivia Wilde to sign on to this colossal bore? Clearly will be his career highlight.

Samantha E (br) wrote: The stylistic/directorial aspects, in addition to the framework provided by the screenplay, of this movie provide an ideal canvas to display the sort of displaced-indifference that many asian actresses are able to capture so well. In fact, I would endeavor to assert that Xun Zhou epitomizes this particular disposition throughout the entirety of this film in the most effective way I have seen to date. Also, the "twist" ending was done remarkably well for the genre. Jun Wu does a brilliant job expressing the duality of his character in a way that is believable, while eliciting a wide array of emotional responses from his audience. Overall, this film is well worth a viewing if you are wanting to experience a broad spectrum of feeling/thought, and if you aren't the kind of person that demands for a happy ending.

Fa N (it) wrote: Interesting but I don't see the hype

max m (fr) wrote: typical sayles -- very good, funny, deals with difficult themes in complex and provocative ways -- race, class, center vs periphery -- those sorts of things. very american, but not the worse for it. not quite as good as lonestar, which is nearly perfect, but a great film nonetheless, and deals with hypocrisy, deception and corporate greed, how they intersect and affect the lives of so many in such a way that audiences should see it for its educational value alone

S N (gb) wrote: one of pitt's best.. hillarious

Carolyn G (mx) wrote: "Eh yo scumbag. Suck yer own. Eat me. Same to you buttface... Mom says hi!"

Jeffrey S (it) wrote: Pure genius! "...but we lost ten men, Jacques!"

Camille H (es) wrote: the plot is WAY too slow

AJ S (de) wrote: The interesting story has much to offer, even if it is borrowed largely from the Fordian American westerns and neo-realist Italian cinema, but by the conclusion all trails lead to a dead end. This surrealist work does a decent job of showing all sides of the governmental issues it initially deals with on a small scale and then ventures into conflicting romantic territory, which has little to do with the original direction the film was headed. ??The Brute?? is not a confused film, for it knows what it wants to achieve and how to execute it, yet it seems as if Luis Buuel wishes to show more than his small film is capable of. Its short running time could very well have been stretched out in order to expand upon the already intriguing relationships and coherent plot. Much is sacrificed, however, as stereotypes are utilized rather than character development and the narrative is subjected to being awfully linear. Essentially, it is a well-intentioned and visually stimulating film that only suffers from a perceived lack of ambition.

Haley H (jp) wrote: Horrible movie. very boring

bill s (gb) wrote: When you only go halfway between a comedy and a horror movie you get one that's neither funny nor scary .