I Really Hate My Job

I Really Hate My Job

DVD - 2008
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Neve Campbell stars as a waitress in this comedy about five women working dead-end jobs in a London restaurant while they nurture their alter identities as a writer, an artist, an actor, a lover and a revolutionary. But before they can realize their dreams, they have to make it through the next shift.
Publisher: Toronto : Distributed in Canada by Mongrel Media, c2008.
Branch Call Number: DVD FILM IRE
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (ca. 89 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.

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lcrayton2477 Feb 24, 2014

I thought the scenes with the cook and dish washer were hilarious but that like barely 20mins of film. Maybe it was Neve Campbells way of breaking free from the Scream trilogy but I felt like I was seeing the same character only angrier. And her body in the nude scene looked weird, like it was a body double of a darker woman and the sound was HORRIBLE! I had to turn the volume up to 70 and even then I felt like i was reading lips/body language of the other 3characters.

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Cassiopeia91
Apr 10, 2013

Terrible. I really tried but this movie could not keep my attention.

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Jadette
Mar 28, 2010

I really hated this movie. What a waste of time... part of my life I will never get back.

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joseph
Sep 19, 2008

Skip It - I Really Hate My Job (2007) *½ This is the story of five women working in an expensive restaurant discussing their life’s ambitions, failures and relationships…… that’s it! The film would’ve worked IF these women had something really interesting to say – they don’t. There are no “hey, that was really clever; I never thought of that” moments in the film. I felt like a patron at the restaurant watching the mad antics of running a restaurant – do I really need to see this? No, and probably, neither do you. The most interesting character in this film is a rat that makes the odd appearance every so often. Speaking of rats in restaurants, try “Ratatouille (2007)” instead – now that’s a film with a flare for something to say. Ooh la la.

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