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FILM DETAILS
Certificate
12A
Cast
Dane Cook

Jessica Simpson
Dax Shepard
Efren Ramirez
Tim Bagley
Andy Dick
Brian George
Marcello Thedford
Danny Woodburn
Sean Whalen
Harland Williams.
Directors
Greg Coolidge.
Screenwriters
Greg Coolidge.
Running Time
108 minutes

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Employee Of The Month
Shallow guy comedy with Jessica Simpson


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Plot
Hearing that the store hottie will date the employee of the month, two slacker Costco workers vie for the honor.


Review
Employee Of The Month

Jessica Simpson follows up her role in the The Dukes Of Hazzard as another piece of eye-candy for men to compete over; in this case a cashier and box boy at the warehouse store where her character Amy unfeasibly works. While showy Vince (Dax Shepard) looks set to nab his 18th Employee Of The Month award, lazy Zack (Dane Cook) decides to smarten up his act and win the title — and hence, he hopes, Amy’s affections.
 
The cast are capable enough, but while their competition affords some laughs, underwritten characters and self-indulgent editing make this workplace comedy more Waiting… than The 40 Year Old Virgin.


Verdict
A likeable cast is underused in this cut-price guy comedy with only the occasional laugh.


Reviewed by Anna Smith

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an enjoyable move.

This movie has its moments and its really funny moments.I saw it in the video shop and thought I would give it a shot and i enjoyed it!! Acomedy about people working in a shop being good I thought it would br terrible but I was wrong.This is a good comedy that you will laugh at and most people will enjoy.So give it a try. ... More

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Posted by ryanand conor at 15:41, 17 July 2007 | Report This Post


I didn't think it was that bad. It filled some time and space. DA ... More

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Posted by dja1231 at 02:38, 23 March 2007 | Report This Post


Horrific!

There are very few circustances that I give a movie the lowest rating of all, in fact there are only a small handful of movies that I can think of that I have ever trully been able to give a 1/10. I usually find a small bit of enjoyment out of a movie no matter how lame, how predictable, or just how poorly made it is. However, the rare movies that have defied this are films such as Batman and Robin, The Avengers, Ocean's Twelve, Waterworld and of course the hideous movie The Postman. I wasn't ad... More

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not particulary funny but likeable in parts ... More

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