Get a Job - OK, Dad! Gosh!

Get a Job - OK, Dad! Gosh!

Get a Job is a film that was shot in 2012 and wasn't released until 2016. There's a reason for this.

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"mostly because of the actors involved in its production. Miles Teller...are all actors I like"

I can safely say I have never seen the phrase "Actor(s) I like" and "Miles Teller" in the same sentence.

Ihateregistering1:
"mostly because of the actors involved in its production. Miles Teller...are all actors I like"

I can safely say I have never seen the phrase "Actor(s) I like" and "Miles Teller" in the same sentence.

He's really, really good in things like Rabbit Hole, Whiplash, and The Spectacular Now. He won me over with those.

Ugh, I hate it when people gripe on the millennials for being entitled. As if we're going to crash the country.

Who ruined the job market, built up over 7 trillion of debt, and embroiled us in several ceaseless Middle Eastern wars?

Having been caught in this same trap, and without the benefit of a college degree, I can empathize with the characters. Even now, after having been not-gainfully employed for going on two years, I get fed "Well, there's a gap in your employment history", to which I can only respond, yea but look at when it started. It doesn't matter that I've been employed consistently with the same company long enough to see more than one minimum wage increase. A gap is still a gap.
I may watch this movie just to chuckle in agreement as the actors go through the motions I went through, although I was never offered semen as refreshment.

Good actors can't save a poor script or bad editing, and that's what's happened here.

coughBatmanvSupermancough

Seriously though, the review and the rating especially is so identical the BvS review.

I hope this movie isn't trying to kick off the Millennial era of movies. We are still suffering from the Young Adult onslaught.

008Zulu:
I hope this movie isn't trying to kick off the Millennial era of movies. We are still suffering from the Young Adult onslaught.

What if they're based on any [current] best-selling novel and/or novels? :p

OT: Sounds like the type of movie I would watch out of sheer curiosity alone... like Bad Words or Spring Breakers...

Other than that, I'm now reminded of some of my arguments with both my [deceased] uncle and step-uncle involving jobs...

I can relate way too well to this movie. I want to see it because it seems to literally be speaking to me but I don't because it gives me anxiety thinking about my future.

Marter; please don't use the term "Millennial", it's a dumb word for dumb people.
People born from '86-'95 weren't born a the turn of the millennium, we didn't come of age at the turn of the millennium (That's those lousy GenXers) and the millennium was of no consequence to us.
We prefer generation G, the Gabest generation, or the Best generation.

008Zulu:
I hope this movie isn't trying to kick off the Millennial era of movies. We are still suffering from the Young Adult onslaught.

You too.

 

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