Get a Job



IMDb Rating 5.3 10 19,231


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June 21, 2019



Alison Brie as Sloane
Miles Teller as Will Davis
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606.51 MB
23.976 fps
83 min
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23.976 fps
83 min
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Reviewed by abyssquad 6 / 10 / 10

Get a Job: Movie Review

It wasnt the nicest movie i ever seen but its ok for a sunday night.

Reviewed by SnoopyStyle 5 / 10 / 10

so many good actors

Will Davis (Miles Teller) and Jillian Stewart (Anna Kendrick) are a recent graduate couple with jobs lined up. It's an overconfident generation where every little accomplishment is greeted with rewards. Will's first paying job at LA Weekly is greeted with downsizing. He and his roommates are weed-smoking video-gamers. Luke (Brandon T. Jackson) starts at a trading firm. Ethan (Christopher Mintz-Plasse) has a questionable internet idea. Charlie (Nicholas Braun) is a teacher. Will gets a motel night manager job and quickly gets fired. His dad (Bryan Cranston) also gets downsized and faces the new landscape. Tanya Sellers (Alison Brie) is an inappropriate manager and Katherine Dunn (Marcia Gay Harden) is the strict VP. There are so many good young actors and skilled veterans in the cast. None of the characters are worth rooting for. There are too many of them and with too many stories. There are lots of attempts at humor but few actual laughs. It has to be the fault of the writers and director. Even the basic premise of a generation of underachievers being rewarded is questionable. Neither Will nor Jillian is presented as slackers. Ethan is delusional and only Charlie truly fits the premise. In fact, Charlie brings the premise to its conclusion. This is so scattered that nothing sticks. If these actors weren't so good, this would really suck.

Reviewed by gbkmmaurstad 5 / 10 / 10

Milennials Pre-Employment

So what happens after you've gotten your degree, don't have a job and don't want to move back home? That's the plot of this film. A group of graduates without jobs move in a frat type house and seek meaningful employment. Will Davis (Miles Teller), his father, Roger Davis (Bryan Cranston) and his girlfriend Jullian Stewart (Anna Kendrick) find "you can't always get want you want..but ya just might find whatcha need.." This is a a film you will want to watch before your unemployment runs out. It'll make you think "okay, it's not that bad."

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