The Company Men



IMDb Rating 6.8 10 40,678


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March 31, 2019



Ben Affleck as Ollie Trinke
Kevin Costner as Gardner Barnes
Maria Bello as Nora Allardyce
Tommy Lee Jones as Roy Foltrigg
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23.976 fps
104 min
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104 min
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Reviewed by Glock_Boy 8 / 10 / 10

Having been there myself, I liked it.

Having been in these shoes, I appreciated this movie even more. This is a solidly entertaining and believable film about professional men (and women) who lose their identities as they lose their jobs in corporate America economic decline. Some folks rebound, others can't. I grew attached to the characters. Every performance was believable and tight. I found myself rooting for success, even though it wasn't always in the cards. The ending wrapped everything up in a tidy ball, which I like. Bottom line: Solid entertainment with very few explosions.

Reviewed by intelearts 8 / 10 / 10

My 357th Review: Finally a good honest film about the downturn

Whether we like it or not the last couple of years have been incredibly tough, and TCM though not perfect at least tries to make an honest film about downsizing in corporate America. We really really got this - we all know someone whose lost their home, their job, or just found that the money isn't there the way it was - and those who reviewed this and said the films doesn't work as the characters have still got it good just don't get the college payments, the mortgage, the fear of losing it all, and the horrendous amount of money it takes to maintain a life in the US now is astronomical - and TCM at least looks at this as no other film has in the past three years. Solid performances from everyone and Affleck in particular echoing his roles in Man about Town or Jersey Girl does a solid job here as the man who has it all and then has nothing. It it does try to record something which otherwise seems to be in danger of being swept under the carpet - this is a well-made film that rings true and for our money was actually one of the more memorable and yes, even moving, films of the year - it is accessible and a likable film.

Reviewed by Samiam3 8 / 10 / 10

Good business movie, very good

I don't know much about business, but that doesn't mean it's hard to appreciate a good business movie. Despite a few dumbed down bits, The Company Men, comes with a feeling of authenticity with some heart and decent performances from everybody. That is good enough for me. In a hundred minutes, The Company Men gives us a small taste of what The recession did to American business. It does so in a way that favours character over making anti-corporate statements. The movie chooses to zoom in on the lives of three sales executives and how they deal with job loss. I've never been in love with Ben Affleck, but when he wants to, he can show some professionalism. In The Company Men he does just that, proving capable of hitting all the emotional notes when necessary, something I feel he missed in his previous film the Town. The Company Men is actually a rather sad movie. It is only a hundred minute in length, but it feels longer. There is a good amount of talk, but nothing ever feels too contrived, wasted or unnecessary. Is it a brilliant film? No, but I can safely recommend it.

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