Employee of the Month
Employee of the Month

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A slacker competes with a repeat winner for the "Employee of the Month" title at work, in order to gain the affections of a new female employee.... (Full plot summary below)

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A slacker competes with a repeat winner for the "Employee of the Month" title at work, in order to gain the affections of a new female employee.

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Charlotte Observer - 8/10 by Lawrence Toppman It's hard to fault a script that keeps finding new dilemmas for characters and rewards attentive viewers with in-jokes.
Seattle Post-Intelligencer - 8/10 by Manny Lewis It's an agreeable comedy that makes its priorities clear: It wants to be funny at the expense of almost everything else.
Variety - 7/10 by Robert Koehler Falling short of being truly memorable but sharper than the general slagheap of comedies.
Advocate (Baton Rouge, LA) - 7/10 by John Wirt Stocked with unfunny formula.
Film Journal International - 6/10 by Frank Lovece So tossed-off and muddled it'll likely bore even the blue-collar male audience at which it's aimed.
BBC.com - 6/10 by Paul Arendt The latest in a long line of lowbrow slacker comedies of the Clerks persuasion, Employee Of The Month is funnier and smarter than most of its contemporaries.
The Hollywood Reporter - 6/10 by Michael Rechtshaffen Manages to retain a certain goofy appeal thanks to the stand-up efforts of its comically adept cast members.
New York Post - 6/10 by Kyle Smith For short stretches, the movie has a touch of surreal "Office Space" brilliance, but it's broadly acted, its characters are thin, and the production values are ragged. Still, it's hard to resist its goofy hostility: "You're like the drummer from REO Speedwagon. Nobody knows who you are."
L.A. Weekly - 6/10 by Luke Y. Thompson Don Calame and Chris Conroy's script is witty and peppered with good laughs, but cops out a bit at the end with an overly conventional resolution. As for Jessica Simpson... her character is virtually irrelevant, as is her acting ability.
New York Daily News - 5/10 by Elizabeth Weitzman Ultimately, we're looking at a discount "Office Space."
Miami Herald - 5/10 by Peter Debruge Coolidge knows he's not making "Death of a Salesman" here (he names the store managers Glen Gary and Glen Ross in tribute to David Mamet's elegy to the American Dream), but he's got the same eye for detail that made "Office Space" great. What he lacks is Arthur Miller's (or even Mike Judge's) sense for character.
TV Guide Magazine - 5/10 by Ken Fox The less said about Simpson the better; whatever her talents, she can't sell a simple reaction shot, and, perhaps sensing this, Coolidge's camera tends to drift south of her face.

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