Get a Job (2016) - Comedy

Hohum Score

12

Watchable

After college, Will is having problems getting a good, lasting job, as are his roomies, his girlfriend and his just fired dad.

IMDB: 5.3
Director: Dylan Kidd
Stars: Miles Teller, Anna Kendrick
Length: 83 Minutes
PG Rating: R
Reviews: 3 out of 35 found boring (8.57%)

One-line Reviews (20)

The premise is simple enough and all the characters are set up to make this an entertaining movie.

If you have a chance and just want to enjoy a film; then this is worth the watch.

Entertaining Episodic Ensemble Effort .

Alison Bree's character is bland and caustic, and only there so we can hear awkward, sexual references come from the mouth of a pretty woman - what a waste.

One of the worst movies of all times which somehow rated amazingly well on both IMDb and Rotten Tomatoes.

I do find Miles Teller funny and entertaining.

McGinley, Bruce Davison, John Cho and Greg Germann as different faces of the same corporative demon; and Jorge García as the "magic negro" (well, Hispanic in this case) with unexpected advices to navigate the treacherous current of work politics.

The stripper scene, even with perky boobs on display, is tedious and dull.

Cranston and Brie, for starters, two of the most engaging performances in the movie.

Seeing Walter White out of work is about as thrilling as remembering that he used to be Malcolm in the Middle's dad.

He was fine in this role, I think he's mastered this character, but his character in this film was uninteresting.

Entertaining fun movie for what it is.

Despite these problems, I really enjoyed it!

Nevertheless, I found Get a Job entertaining, with solid performances and good moments of humor which are helpful to overcome a narrative which needed more dramatic focus.

This movie was entertaining.

You might think that your boss is the anti-Christ itself, or that douché called Chad in every coming of age movie.

I felt bad for Miles Teller having to deliver these cliché lines like, "Never stop believing.

Well, it's not super, super funny, but at least it's enjoyable.

The movie tells its tale in a meaningful and pretty entertaining way.

The best attribute from this movie is the performances from Miles Teller as the idealist young man who must evaluate the importance of a formal employment; Anna Kendrick as the demanding and ambitious girlfriend; Bryan Cranston as the veteran "winner" facing the unexpected challenge of competing with rivals who are much younger than him; Alison Brie as a vulgar executive assistant; Marcia Gay Harden, John C.