Employee of the Month
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  • I really enjoyed his description of how he got where he is today as he told a prostitute this story

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      Employee Of The Month with Matt Dillon, Steve Zahn, and Christina Applegate. This movie was actually two movies. What I mean is that for the first half we are watching our hero Matt Dillon go through the worst day of his life.

      In the second half, the plot completely changes to a bank hold up. I have never thought much of Dillon as an actor, but he does a

      great job as the scar faced David Walsh.

      Steve Zahn is perfectly cast as he portrays his usual wacky self. The remaining cast is equally well chosen and made this film a sure winner.

      Ever have a super bad day? We watch Dillon rely on his friends to get through this nightmare of losing his job and fiancee at the same time. I really enjoyed his description of how he got where he is today as he told a prostitute this story.

      After leaving the burn ward, he did nothing but feel sorry for himself and be mad at the world for ten years. One day he sees a well dressed man with a fancy brief case.

      He was sure that this man had it all - a great job, a house, a car, and a beautiful wife. So, he invented ...

      • Employee of the Month
      a resume and lied in his job interview at the bank.

      Within two years he had it all. Then today it all fell apart.

      That ended the first story line. The next day at the bank there is a heist that has an incredible twist ending with many misdirections.

      There were plenty of humorous lines and situations also in this masterpiece. I enjoyed the scene when the prostitute asked

      Dillon if he wanted a blow job, sex, or just play with her tits.

      I cracked up as each time he rejected her offer with an anemic, “No thanks. ” Later on he fulfilled the fantasy of every person who has ever been fired by pissing on his ex boss’s desk and demanded that there must be consequences for each action.

      Right on This movie was riveting and a real morale boost that good movies can still be made.

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