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I give this a generous 3, I thought it was bad enough to warrant my first review on this site.
It starts off as a cool feel good movie, but quickly goes nowhere. A lot of bad jokes, and a terrible plot for a movie.
But beyond anything else, the messaging of the movie is awful. Get a job, that is messed up. Not everyone should get a job, a lot of people should be entrepreneurs, we need more of them. It suggests that the only possible path in life is to find a job.
I despise this kind of thinking as an entrepreneur.
The funny part is, at the end the guy decides to start his own business, which makes the entire premise and on-going stupid remarks of the movie irrelevant. Screw these movies, I think anyone can go into the movie business at this rate.
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