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  1. vordven's rating of the film The Company Men

  2. spiderliliez's rating of the film The Company Men

    It's the sad reality about losing a job and finding it. This story won't make an impact to you if you don't know how it feels like when you're aging and jobless. What a scary situation that really is. This movie doesn't go overboard and remains pragmatic on the realism that is the American Dream. Great cast, good story, and ends with a positive note for us all. Because you gotta have "Faith! Courage! Enthusiasm!"

  3. Jim Cee's rating of the film The Company Men

    If I wanted to watch unemployed fogeys sulk over expensive whiskey, I'd look in the mirror.

  4. Lisa Biesinger's rating of the film The Company Men

    The acting is great, the story is crap. Watched 2/3rds and quit. Yes, corporate America is anti-human. However, small business is all too human, and none of that is shown here. Glorification of the unreal is not of interest. Thank you.

  5. lunatic18's rating of the film The Company Men

    klasse ...dieser Film kann Leben verändern

  6. Nino Matthey's rating of the film The Company Men

  7. Fx Ardhi Djohary's rating of the film The Company Men

    "I will win! Why? Because I have faith, courage enthusiasm."

  8. Yellnikoff Vermetti's rating of the film The Company Men

    Unethical and deceveir script : 1 star.

  9. Effendi Ben Smith-Malick's rating of the film The Company Men

    Well acted and directed, but I really have very little sympathy for rich white guys who live in such amazing homes.

  10. criminalmovies's rating of the film The Company Men

    Disappointing film. Tommy Lee Jones was ok, but other than that it wasn't a believable look at downsizing or one where the characters were sympathetic. For Affleck's character to be upset about the CEO's salary seemed silly. As immersed in corporate culture as he was, he would only wish it was his own. Being a carpenter's helper does not magically make someone a better person. it expects emotion it doesn't earn.

  11. David R.'s rating of the film The Company Men

    Tries to cover too much ground involving too many poorly-written characters in too little time. Also tonedeaf to the point that a request to use the corporate jet for a shopping trip is treated with the same (lack of) gravitas as a car exhaust suicide. Highly watchable thanks to the Grade A cast (Tommy Lee Jones & Costner especially) & Mr. Roger Deakins, but Wells' punch-the-clock efficiency lets the film down.

  12. Daniel S.'s rating of the film The Company Men

    The screenplay is really weak and the psychology of the characters simplistic to say the least. No more than an ordinary TV movie. Already forgotten.

  13. Brian Padian's rating of the film The Company Men

  14. Norman1706's rating of the film The Company Men

    Really good and interesting movie. Not the smartest one, but definitely watchable. Gives insights into the value of people in companies.

  15. Nutter Jr's rating of the film The Company Men

    Amidst the global economic downturn, a few shinny boys lose their jobs and are confronted with their own egos and test their boundaries. A fine ensemble albeit none of them quite standing out, deliver a heartfelt result that seem to be quite relevant to today's realities.

  16. Ben Wheeler's rating of the film The Company Men

    This is absolutely one of the worst pieces of trash I've ever seen. This blatant "issue" movie, in an attempt to say something important, says nothing. Infantile screenwriting. On-the-nose dialogue. How does a writer/director this bad even gain enough influence to be able to direct Roger Deakins and Chris Cooper? Why did any of them sign on? There's no surprise, inevitability or enjoyment amongst The Company Men.

  17. Chin Camposano's rating of the film The Company Men

    A picture perfect and timely piece about America during its financial recession and the numerous men who lost their jobs in the corporate world and how it affected them, their morale, their family and their every day life. This would make a good companion piece for a movie a night with Jason Reitman's "Up In The Air".

  18. Tony Pauletto's rating of the film The Company Men

    It's pretty solid. Affleck touches on its fault when reiterating the reason for his termination at GTX: "Something about redundancy." Nevertheless, Tommy Lee Jones as the seasoned moral barometer is forever enjoyable.

  19. Edward Copeland's rating of the film The Company Men

    Pity the poor upper class, tossed out of work and unable to have their hundred dolllar lunches or pay country club dues and keep their golf game up while searching for work. http://eddieonfilm.blogspot.com/2011/02/when-you-go-from-well-off-to-jobless.html

  20. Brandon Isaacson's rating of the film The Company Men

    Very disappointing. I agree this is like a TV movie. I don't even understand the well acted comments. I think there are some FINE actors in here that turn in standard performances. I love Ben Affleck but this is def not his best imo. LIke a tv movie, they hit all the right beats of the situation but never well with a deep portrayal of the significance of each situation. The views on corporate america are too easy

  21. Caden Cotard's rating of the film The Company Men

    Fantastically well-acted. If only it didn't feel like a TV movie…

  22. Alan Edit's rating of the film The Company Men

    It's a horror story. Under the radar. Nobody's seen it. It's alot better than Social Network.