Josh is the consummate temp employee, avoiding all long-term connections and responsibilities, both at work and in his personal life. However, by the time his agency places him at the Schuyler & Mitchell law firm, Josh is tired of his temporary life and agrees to take a permanent position at the firm. Josh has difficulty adapting to his new lifestyle, which manifests in his inability to complete his simple initial task: mailing seventeen important letters.
- Stars:Josh Kornbluth, Warren Keith, Sarah Overman, Leah Alperin, Jacob Kornbluth, Stephen Muller, Linda Norton, Helen Shumaker, Amy Resnick, Brian Thorstenson, June Carryl, Joanne Evangelista, Jennifer Laske, Patricia Scanlon, Joe Bellan,
- Director:Jacob Kornbluth, Josh Kornbluth,
- Writer:Josh Kornbluth, Jacob Kornbluth, John Bellucci
Josh has an offer to "go perm" at his employer and the first task is to mail 17 high priority letters....something that seems a little difficult to do. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(jp) wrote: "The Lady in Number 6" is simply an amazing story. Even if it was just the story of a 109-year-old woman who still played the piano to satisfy her love of music, it would be pretty awesome. But when you add in the fact that she is the oldest living Holocaust survivor and that music is the thing that saved her, it becomes a must-see. Alice Herz-Sommer's story begins the same as many musicians. She was recognized for her talent at a young age, she studied with an elite piano teacher, and she began a performance career as a concert pianist. Her story is different because she was spared from immediate concentration camp death due to her musical abilities. Her story differs from many Holocaust survivors, experiencing the side of the concentration camp where Nazis force talented Jews to perform in propaganda films to show that they were being treated well by the Germans. Her survival relied on her music and this 40-minute telling of her story is one that everybody should see. She did at the age of 110, one week before this film won the Academy Award for Best Short Subject Documentary. What an amazing tribute to such an incredible woman and her beautiful story of survival through music.
(au) wrote: Execute with precision and flair
(it) wrote: A goofy small-budget film that highlights both the happiness and insanity in love and marriage
(mx) wrote: It was an alright movie most of the movie was good but the ending was a bit lacklustre though
(br) wrote: Funny guys. Great jokes. I'd watch it again
(us) wrote: Van Damme's version of Yojimbo - just about every action-star has attempted a version at one time or another and this is pretty poor yet fun at the same time. The threesome scene is cool, and he does have a quite impressive supporting cast for this type of film - still I will never get past that ridiculous accent though.
(nl) wrote: Not good but breezy and fun.
(mx) wrote: Roger Moore is my fav Bond, and after the high point of The Spy Who Loved Me, that magic carries over quite well here. More wit and less camp make this edgier Bond a welcome success. A few extra winks and nods to making fun of all things Bond reach a fever pitch here including blowing up the stunning Lotus of the previous film, and even taking some unusually weird shots at the typical Bond-girl image. Trust me, it gets weird all right, same as the bits of chauvinism, but i digress..A bit more clumsy and vulnerable for a spy here too, but it builds the suspense differently without losing the Bond-spy image. Revisits the ski theme with fantastic stunts and the rather satisfying tongue in cheek humor mixed in perfectly. A very entertaining Bond flick, just plz forgive a few sexist shots in the script from 40 yrs ago.4.5 out of 5 Bonds on ice
(es) wrote: It's not that bad it is underrated I didn't hate it I didn't find it great but it's a good waste of time so it's funny and a good time waster Grade B-
(kr) wrote: Aika perus Eastwoodin vlituotanto. Ksis suht kehno, eik oikein muutakaan jnn. Dirty Harryn esiosa?