Employees' Entrance

Employees' Entrance

Kurt Anderson is the tyrannical manager of a New York department store in financial straits. He thinks nothing of firing an employee of more than 20 years or of toying with the affections of every woman he meets. One such victim is Madeline, a beautiful young woman in need of a job. Anderson hires her as a salesgirl, but not before the two spend the night together. Madeline is ashamed, especially after she falls for Martin West, a rising young star at the store. Her biggest fear is that Martin finds out the truth about her "career move."

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Employees' Entrance torrent reviews

Scott W (au) wrote: Glad I seen this movie with my family ... I like Rachel joy Scott ... Well done ... Sad story at the end ... Good luck in the movement ! 4.5 stars mostly because of the Rachel story

Mayooran N (ca) wrote: Same old story but one of the best screen play !!!!

Stu N (es) wrote: Your first thought as you watch this film is going to be, oh crap, a bunch of arrogant French artsy types in a formal and self conscious snooty-fest. But this is the perfect set up for what is really going on. We soon begin to notice that Andre, the center of this intellectual smart set, seems to be capable only of criticism. Preying on the insecurity and paranoia of his classmates and friends, Andre may claim to be making his friends stronger, but, as Alexandre later exclaims, "I think that asshole cut off our balls." Worth sticking with this one to see who, if anyone, is ultimately castrated by Andre's antics.

Another V (mx) wrote: This sort of ESP and seeing the future premise tugs at the imagination. Have you ever experienced de ja vu? Chris Johnson's de ja vu skills are superior, and therefore, he's going to save the world, or at least the LA area and his beautiful girlfriend.The bad guys' motives for their evil deeds was not the focus and not very clear. They were just there, needing to be stopped.There may have been a few tiny plot holes, but it was suspenseful. I enjoyed the suspense and twists. I didn't mind the ending at all; it made sense to me, although it does leave you hanging, wondering "Well, what happens next?"

Jannik G (jp) wrote: One star for the girls. The rest was bullocks.

Zeb E (au) wrote: I gotta love the scene where Palmer's body shotting the guy who keeps farting... classic.

JeanChristophe W (es) wrote: Magnifique Stphane Audran

Roger P (ca) wrote: CLoverfield is incredible and arguably the most action-packed film I've ever seen. I'm not ashamed to say I saw it multiple times opening weekend. I'm a little bit of a loser. That's how it goes...

Bradley G (jp) wrote: Prepare to be Lost. It makes little sense...but You know what you are getting into with David Lynch. Fun fact...this is the kind of movie that you can turn the sound off, talk to your pal on the phone...and still watch it, understanding just as much of it...as if you were hearing the dialogue. Scratching my head, but not sorry that I watched it.

Rory Fyfe S (au) wrote: Funny, and clever. Good movie. Atkinson is great as usual.

Leon B (mx) wrote: Review:I really wasn't that impressed with this film because it seemed to be going nowhere, right from the very beginning. Chris Evans plays a womanising writer who is struggling to come up with an idea for a Rom-Com. His agent promises him an action movie as his next project, if he produces the script but he is having problems with his personal love life because he can't get the woman that he really loves. The woman, played by Michelle Monaghan, already has a boyfriend so she becomes best friends with Chris Evans who can't get her out of his mind. His best friends try to help him through his emotional situation but his usual charms don't seem to work on Monaghan. I personally got fed up with the movie because Chris Evans just seems to be whining and moaning from one scene to the next. The director tried his best to keep the movie fresh by creating scenes from what is going on Evans crazy mind, but it's a basic Rom-Com which is corny and not that funny. The whole love story is quite boring, which is a shame because I liked the chemistry between the different characters. I was hoping for something a little different from this film but I struggled to stay interested and the constant whinging got on my nerves. Disappointing!Round-Up:I doubt that this small movie will damage Chris Evans career, after playing Captain America and the Human Torch in Fantastic Four, but it does show that he's not that great when it comes to Rom-Com's or anything without action in it. At 33, he must be laughing all the way to the bank because he also plays a big part in the Avengers franchise so this project must have pretty small compared to what he is used to. I'm just scared that he will get stuck when the big budget movies dry out. Personally, I like his cocky and self confident style of acting but he plays the same type of characters in all of his roles. He does show some emotion in the Captain America franchise and I really liked him in Injustice but he needs to come away from the comedies and action movies for a while to show that he has some more tools in the box.I recommend this movie to people who are into their Rom-Com's about a writer who meets a woman at a party and falls head over heals in love with her but she is promised to another so he tries his best to win her heart. 4/10