4 Things Movies Get Wrong About Jobs (Office Space, Batman Begins)

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  • Published on Aug 6, 2017
  • You're telling me writers and directors of movies such as Office Space, Batman Begins and Richie Rich aren't exactly corporate experts and often don't even know what an average office job is like?

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    4 Things Movies Get Wrong About Jobs
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  • First Lego League
    First Lego League Month ago

    Surprise firing with a twist, is only good because it's a surprise. If we were watching them just put the paper trail up, people wouldn't care for it.
    The big presentation thing is so you have an arc, one big thing that the audience can focus on as oppose to five-hundred small things. It might be as dramatic, but it isn't as interesting

  • lochinvar00465
    lochinvar00465 Month ago

    Hollywood out of touch with reality? well........duh.

  • David Black
    David Black Month ago

    The one thing most get wrong is ALL RELIGIONS ARE MAN-MADE!

  • HowToGaming
    HowToGaming 2 months ago

    much better on 0.75x speed

  • Saint Wildcard
    Saint Wildcard 3 months ago +1

    I'm annoyed that you are using any clips from Office Space, even if you don't really focus on it at all. That movie is based entirely on Mike Judge's experience you heathens

  • Etrigan
    Etrigan 3 months ago

    Yeah that whole wrongful termination shit is bulshit look at Activision Blizzard right now they fired 8% of the staff 800 people and they're not having to answer to anyone

  • LiveLaughElizabeth
    LiveLaughElizabeth 3 months ago

    What about the cooks/staff constantly touching the food with their hands WITHOUT GLOVES!!!

    • Marnee Pinch
      Marnee Pinch Month ago

      You do know that gloves aren't magical non-carriers of bacteria, right? If you touch raw contaminated meat, then touch food that is just about to be eaten, you could have spread germs. Whether or not you were wearing gloves at the time has no bearing on whether you transferred those germs. (To be accurate, maybe there is some negligible difference on how easily germs attach to skin versus other material, but gloves don't have some magical power over germs.)

  • CamaroAmx
    CamaroAmx 3 months ago

    Nearly every company has a dress code. In older companies that are still run like they used to, the big bosses wear full suits, the office workers wear business casual at worst.
    Every job has deadlines, whether they are implied or directly stated. In my job, if there are 3 customer cars and one is a waiter, the waiter gets done first and is expected to be done quickly. Then the one with the whatever time they want to pick their car up first comes next. The end of day customers are last.
    In many states (including my home state, Pennsylvania) an employer can fire you for any reason (real or made up). Many companies can and will fire a high ranking employee (including a member of the board) if they hold an emergency board meeting and majority vote on it, with the fired board member being the last to know and in some case the fired may not even be made aware of his firing until all the paperwork is done (which in those cases are done quickly). And depending on the company and it’s rules depends on if the fired gets any type of compensation. Also happens to CEOs or founders that are pushed into retirement.
    The whole 51% can also happen if that 51% owner also has the backing of other major shareholders, many of which are friends and family of the majority shareholder. In many cases while the 51% makes the decisions they have the backing of anther 20-30% shareholders as well. And there is a difference in being a shareholder and a voting shareholder. Apple doesn’t need the permission of the John Q. Public who owns 50 shares to fire someone.

  • Rachel Garber
    Rachel Garber 3 months ago

    They are movies, they aren't supposed to be a true representation of real life. Every movie from the beginning of filmmaking has been made up by Hollywood. Even the "based on true events" are embellished to make the plotline move faster, condensed several characters into one or two, changed locations for various reasons. Movies are not meant to be construed as factual otherwise they'd be documentaries

  • Oktavian
    Oktavian 3 months ago

    And another one is... They get it wrong in the amount of time that an actual job takes from you every day, if you are sleeping 6-7h per night you are not getting that much free time to do all the things characters in movies are doing, and don't forget those movies where characters are getting 8 or more hours of sleep and still manage to do over 6h of some random crap like going to the bar, building a railroad model, skydive, ... The fact is that you are traveling to work and back home for 1h on avg (my case atm) if you are working 8h that means that you are not at home or available at home for 9h straight, you need to ger ready for work in the morning or in the night, which leaves you with another 30mins less free time, you need to wake up as well and I don't really see anyone that wakes up and gets up at the same moment, you probably lose 5 mins laying in bed or sitting on a couch before you actually go to work, that means you are not available for 9.5h in the day, add 7.5h of sleep and you get to 18h already lost on sleep and work, next in line is eating, preparing the food as shown in movies is at least 1.5h work (was a chef, I know that big meals like they are showing to us are time consuming) + 20-30 mins to eat that and clean the table, so we are getting down to 4h of free time.
    And you are saying to me that in 4hours people are watching sports to keep track of american football, backetball and baseball (hockey in rare cases), watch a movie, tv series, go to the gym for an 1.5h?
    Movie: 2h on avg.
    Series: 45mins
    Gym: 1.3h
    Sports: 30mins if you just watch every other minute or something like that
    Aaaaaand just like that we reached over 24h in a day, something doesn't add up

  • Franc Lipovnik
    Franc Lipovnik 4 months ago

    Selling a company doesnt mean self distruct. If you own 51% you can sell 51% of that company.

  • Vintage Ben
    Vintage Ben 4 months ago

    4:17 I’m so glad you included Fletch Lives there!

  • Silver Velvet
    Silver Velvet 4 months ago

    Oh boy, as someone working in finance, I can guarantee you, some months are basically "I'll just sleep at the office" levels of bad. If it isn't some newfangled "business project", it's "streamlining" or other kinds of "optimizations" and "automations", and for some reason, it never actually affects the hours needed to complete the daily tasks once everything is finished.

  • Christopher Williams
    Christopher Williams 4 months ago

    these movies from the 80s and 90s get 2017 dress standards totally wrong

  • Christopher Williams
    Christopher Williams 4 months ago +1

    these movies from the 80s and 90s get 2017 dress standards totally wrong

  • abnunga
    abnunga 4 months ago

    #3 is crap, most offices have a corporate dress code. Even the ones where there is security preventing most employees from seeing members of public during the day. Edit: LOL then you go on to talk about 9-5 workers. Do 9-5 jobs even still exist?

  • Troubled Sole
    Troubled Sole 4 months ago

    If it were just “the” big presentation, I could do it in my sleep. Dealing with my micromanaging, slave driving, egomaniacal boss is my real stress.

  • Kris Margett
    Kris Margett 4 months ago

    Point #1... Brexit

  • SloMo Baby
    SloMo Baby 4 months ago

    wow. you talk fast

  • Kenneth Mckay
    Kenneth Mckay 4 months ago

    No one wants to watch a movie about the inner workings of a 💩 job

  • TheDeathmail
    TheDeathmail 4 months ago

    To be fair, for stories, simpler is often better... and what's shown in Hollywood is often a simplification for story purpose...

  • K ris
    K ris 4 months ago

    How bout the successful woman in a drama that doesn’t revolve around her profession who controls a nebulously defined “foundation” or “charity” but spends her time doing everything but running this organization?

  • Baylor58 Duncan
    Baylor58 Duncan 4 months ago

    Except in right to work states, the boss is dictator.

  • J. E. H.
    J. E. H. 4 months ago

    A new ceo firing the old board in a meeting, after he had to take over the company because it struggled, is pretty common actually.

  • jason remi
    jason remi 4 months ago

    i like this

  • Phillip Ward
    Phillip Ward 4 months ago

    Look whos talking is about a tax person

  • caremell
    caremell 5 months ago

    Why only tech companies get to start work at 10-11:00 am in morning we all need sleep too ?

    • Marnee Pinch
      Marnee Pinch Month ago

      I'm a software developer in MN. We are supposed to be to work by 9. It's probably a rare company that lets you wander in at 10 or 11.

  • Maddy G
    Maddy G 5 months ago

    Richie Rich is a kids' film, as are some of the others shown, so we can't expect too much realism there about the corporate work. The way that the legal system is usually portrayed, such as in Liar Liar, is however even more farcical.
    The point about the prominence of big projects, presentations and clients in films being a reflection of the film industry itself is a good one. However, they are also very convenient plot devices for a few reasons, eg creating a story structure involving something "extraordinary" that is happening in the main character's life, introducing challenging situations and secondary characters, padding out the story, allowing for dramatic conflicts of priorities, and building up to a thrilling conclusion. Normal work would just seem boring - would anyone want to watch a film about someone sitting at a desk writing emails and other correspondence and/or talking on the phone for two hours?
    My main complaint though is that most office workers, such as myself, are always portrayed as being of indeterminate middle age, drab in appearance and unexciting in personality, whereas the reality is that in fact if the truth be known we office workers are actually of indeterminate middle age, drab in appearance and ... oh, dammit. Well, somebody's got to keep the country running! 😎

  • AussieBlokeGordo
    AussieBlokeGordo 5 months ago

    Apparently everyone in America works in an office and has a 2 story home

  • Mavro Helly
    Mavro Helly 5 months ago

    Why are you talking Soo faaaast

  • Arrianna Sanguine
    Arrianna Sanguine 5 months ago

    Ahhh my boyfriend had a seriously hard time maintaining his home while working 60 hours a week at a restaurant because the manager always had him stay 20 hours above schedule.

  • sharperguy
    sharperguy 5 months ago

    TIL there was a movie with Will Anett and Robin Williams.

  • The Revengers
    The Revengers 5 months ago

    I didn't remember Richie Rich being so stupid LoL

  • 420 Friendly
    420 Friendly 5 months ago

    Exciting presentation to presentation guy here: I averaged 12 hours a day in 2017. This means I worked over 1,000 hours from you clock punchers who think your shitty day-to-day regular jobs are tough. 52wk×5 days wk = 260 days per year working. 260×12=3120hrs -- 260×8=2,080.
    Morale of my story? Fuck you. There's a reason why average people won't gross over 75k yr. Eat shit

    • steven griffith
      steven griffith Month ago

      Do your research alot of truckers plumbers and electricians make more then that and don't work as many hours...js

    • 420 Friendly
      420 Friendly 5 months ago

      Btw, I'm defending my position as someone who was just attacked. Come at me all you want, but at the end of the day I won't have the interest in my leisure to even respond... so again, eat shit.

  • Static Resurrection Official

    None of that was accurate

  • mia marzipan
    mia marzipan 5 months ago

    As a chef, perfectly styled and spotless clean chefs in movies only make me chuckle (:
    Also they do just one little thing and walk off or start chatting or whatever.. i am positive non of the writers of these scenes ever set foot in an actual kitchen.

  • lee Roberts
    lee Roberts 6 months ago

    55% you made that statistic up

  • Krombopulos T
    Krombopulos T 6 months ago

    mr. deeds is a GREAT movie

  • B W
    B W 7 months ago +1

    The narration is so fast I can barely concentrate on what he's saying

  • Mushmare
    Mushmare 7 months ago

    The 51% thing apparantly is true in politics lol

  • Sixth Lord
    Sixth Lord 8 months ago

    Renault is pronounced ren•owe, french...

  • Heather Hillman
    Heather Hillman 8 months ago +1

    Or....... people that seem to have endless hours during the day to hang out at the local coffee shop or bar. What? Do they all work at night? Do they all have flexible schedules? Do most people have enough energy at the end of the work day to sit in a bar drinking beer with their friends, enough so that you have a regular table? Don't these people have any other interests outside of their group? I could go on, but you get the point.

  • basha G
    basha G 8 months ago

    You showed us boobs... Why

  • Krampus Klaws
    Krampus Klaws 8 months ago

    American Psycho was written by a Wall St investor and described how they dressed and acted at that time. Those were obscenely rich people who's image was everything to them. Even their business cards were a status item.

  • Karina Mandarina
    Karina Mandarina 9 months ago

    not only filmmakers don't know corporate jobs with their laws, structure, vocabulary, concepts, etc. but maybe almost all creative jobs (graphic designer, animators, painters, musicians, etc.) It's been difficult for me as an animator/graphic designer to understand and keep up with my group of friends whom all of them work at regular offices as accountant, IT manager, HR, etc.

  • Kelly Barthel
    Kelly Barthel 9 months ago +1

    How about every cop, firefighter, nurse, doctor dont work shifts but just work 24 hours a day everyday.

    • Marnee Pinch
      Marnee Pinch Month ago

      Or, like on House, the patients had the good graces to almost always go into medical crisis during the day when the team of four was at the hospital.

  • Tj H
    Tj H 9 months ago

    6:03 - not to mention the soul crushing boredom and unfulfillment that often COMES with "do X number of things everyday" type of jobs

  • rnjbond
    rnjbond 9 months ago

    On your four points:
    1) Yes, this is accurate, thank you for pointing this out.
    2) I think that's obvious to everyone... it's played up dramatically to make the film or show more interesting, but the outcome is similar.
    3) They're called visual cues and it's a great tool that Hollywood uses to show us hierarchy without spelling it out. Office Space is a great example... Peter (Ron Livingstone) starts out wearing a shirt and tie, but when he gets promoted, he's wearing a full suit. Without any dialogue, you can tell he's in a greater position of power in the second outfit. Plus the whole "casual workplace" is a relatively new development and that's primarily tech companies that have that. While dress codes have gotten relaxed over time, you'll still see white collar professionals at law firms, investment banks, etc. dressed in at least business casual or above.
    4) At higher levels, there are absolutely project and presentations that have a timeframe. It's not just "do xx" everyday and there are no milestones. Hell, didn't you have a deadline to publish this video?

    • Marnee Pinch
      Marnee Pinch Month ago

      #4: You missed the point, I think. Yes, many jobs have deadlines all the time. But what he's griping about is showing how everything hinges on just ONE deadline, and after it's met, life is smooth sailing. In most jobs, meeting the deadline on one day is just another day, the day before the next deadline is set (to simplify it). And of course there are some jobs that might generally fit the mold of the huge presentation or deadline, but from Hollywood, you would think that most non-menial jobs are like that. But in reality, they are not.

  • rnjbond
    rnjbond 9 months ago

    Fire your graphics person... 4:46, they put in the wrong logo for "Cisco". On that note, who in the world is approving these things?

  • Himaryous
    Himaryous 9 months ago

    whyishetalkingsofast

  • MomoTheBellyDancer
    MomoTheBellyDancer 9 months ago

    I love deadlines. I love the whooshing noise they make as they go by

  • William Wallace
    William Wallace 9 months ago

    "My job sucks, I'm wearing my hands to the bone molesting all these receipts." "I know what you mean every Friday night the boss insists that I go with him to the garage and snort lines of WD-40."

  • E K
    E K 9 months ago

    Tech companies don't let you come to work at 11.
    The dress code part is true though

  • braden7180
    braden7180 9 months ago

    This kind of stuff is tiring. These aren’t meant to be accurate representations of white collar life, they’re dramatic moments and cinematic shorthand. But you knew that.

  • BC LR
    BC LR 9 months ago

    And these non sense laws are why America is no longer a good place to start a business. My advice either become a famous movie maker or move ... far away

  • Phoenix Rising
    Phoenix Rising 10 months ago

    Didn’t the Trump administration get rid of protection and rights of minority owners of companies.

  • Nob the Knave
    Nob the Knave 10 months ago

    Most non-office jobs and even many office jobs do have dress codes. They are making a huge comeback due to the rebound of conservatism in America.

  • MxdBrd1
    MxdBrd1 10 months ago

    So this i where Cracked started to Implode?

  • Bryan
    Bryan 10 months ago

    3:50 yummmm

  • MOTIVATION AND TRAVEL CHANNEL S

    Your video SUCKS! Wrongful terminations are very difficult to prove and executives get fired everyday!

  • QAOSbringer
    QAOSbringer 10 months ago

    you realize that you are comparing 2018 company rules and culture with movies based on 80s era companies?

  • Paul nmn
    Paul nmn 10 months ago

    I wonder if this channel realizes how far up their butt that stick really is.

  • Gabby Oswald
    Gabby Oswald 10 months ago

    Jane the virgin is one of the few shows/movies that I've seen where the share holders all have a say regardless. ( Given that half the time at least one of the three share holders were blacked.

  • NoneOf YourBusiness
    NoneOf YourBusiness 10 months ago

    Dude

  • Greg Benwell
    Greg Benwell 10 months ago

    I DO have to give Office Space credit for the Bill Lumbergh character I have worked for bosses that ONLY show up at 5 minutes before quitting time to tell you that you HAVE TO WORK LATE OR the they tell you YOU MUST COME IN ON SATURDAY OR SUNDAY even when you haven't had a weekend off in well over a couple of months!! AND another "props" I have to give office space is when for NO LOGICAL REASON they keep moving and screwing with Milton's character as well!! It sucks you come into the shop (I worked mainly factory jobs) to find out an hour or two after I am there that I have been moved and reassigned to another area, when they let me twist wondering where all my tools went!! And YES that stuff DOES HAPPEN in the real world!!! And as far as being laid off what can I say, I have had a ton of companies tell me "You are an asset to the company" and then in the same breath tell me I am laid off!! It really makes me wonder if these idiots KNOW what the definition of an "asset" really is or they are just blowing smoke up my ass!!! After all if I am so much of an asset then why am I the first to be let go or even laid off at all?????? And remember I have worked at places where my soul purpose seemed to be protecting the engineers or the bosses back sides when they refuse to actually DO THEIR JOBS to start with!! And then some how I am always the scapegoat too when things go wrong, not the boss that refuses to listen to me when I have a problem or the engineer that is too busy sexually harassing women in the shop.....no that falls on me too somehow!!!! In the end though Hollywood DOES need to get a job and learn how companies actually work!! Like in the movie Employee of the Month, Dane Cook is shown to have a hiding spot where they play cards and consume products the store sells!! And in the end he turns it all around to wow some cashier!!! THIS NEVER HAPPENS!! For starters I have worked in retail too, and if you have a hiding spot as large as what he has, IT WOULD BE NOTICED!! Though I have had my "hiding spots" in the stores I worked in, it was mainly just big enough for one person and then it was so I could have a quiet place to do paperwork in!!! So I was STILL actually doing work while I was in there!!

  • Walter Perry
    Walter Perry 10 months ago +1

    Narrator has a hyper-active voice. Had to play this at .75x speed just to process the words. made him sound normal too. I think it was sped up in post. Cracked I love you. You are my home page and my number one time waster but don't rush us thru your content damn it!

  • AlwaysHopeful87
    AlwaysHopeful87 10 months ago

    Most companies are like an Oligarchy. Decisions are made by a few with power, that effect many who have no power and voice. Many times these few are bold, connected, but not very wise. Ask workers at the bottom. Doesn't have to be that way. Just learn about Edward Deming. (deming.org/explore/fourteen-points)

  • Wendy Lee Connelly
    Wendy Lee Connelly 10 months ago

    Get a job, hollywood! ;=>

  • Liam Nelson
    Liam Nelson 10 months ago

    You can be fired with no explanation in Washington state.

    • CamaroAmx
      CamaroAmx 3 months ago

      Liam Nelson in Pennsylvania you can be fired for any reason your employer see fit. I was once fired cause I cost too much money.

  • Jim Thomas
    Jim Thomas 10 months ago

    Office Space was one of the most authentic representations of an office working environment i have seen portrayed on screen. To make a substantiated argument you need to align practical experience with theory , you make some valid objectionable points and you are well researched although a little top heavy in indoctrinated facts over shadowing reality

  • Obey Jesus
    Obey Jesus 10 months ago

    Would anyone like to hear Gods word and become his friend?

  • Darksun30
    Darksun30 10 months ago

    So, movie synopsis, very few real life parells?

  • Sukhbir Sekhon
    Sukhbir Sekhon 10 months ago

    shorts and sandals are a uniform as well.

  • Arnold Shortman
    Arnold Shortman 10 months ago

    E-Lawyer fodder.

  • 37
    37 10 months ago +1

    Shit you got wrong: 1) its pronounced reh-know not renault, and there's no dress code at IBM. My manager wears a t-shirt like the rest of us. 2) Although there may be paperwork involved in getting fired, if you steal a laptop at IBM, security will throw you out and the HR paperwork will go through within 4-6hrs.

    • President Kudsi
      President Kudsi 10 months ago

      37 that's cause that's a crime big difference between that and incompetence

  • pantslizard
    pantslizard 10 months ago +1

    So Hollywood is OUT OF TOUCH??? ...Imagine THAT...

  • Mike
    Mike 10 months ago

    i jerk off dolphins for SeaWorld

  • Jogoe
    Jogoe 10 months ago

    Jeez could you talk any faster?

  • Niklas Henricson
    Niklas Henricson 10 months ago

    Not in US you don't need extensive HR work. There are templates and normally there are witnesses. The reason it takes preparation time is all the witness accounts either it's managers or other employees against you. You finally get escorted the same day through the doors by security, depending the nature of being fired. On top you also risk to get prosecuted by company's legal dept. Depending again the nature of why you're being fired. When you get fired your employer is on the legal side always, either because of security violations, theft, harassment, and so on. If your position is high ranking you also get sometimes a package offer. Like a month or several months of payed leave and on the way out you sign a non disclosure agreement most of the times in regards to that package. Also an employer doesn't always need a reason. They can make up a reason that's hard to stand against... such as ... we're "downsizing our dept", or "there's no more work for your role in specific".... hard to argue about that since they run their company as they want. Sorry bro, but that's reality. Happens also in Europe with unions involved. If a manager wants you out they make that happen and quick too if they want that. Unions are strong in numbers, but one or two individuals are not worth the trouble for a union to go full blown attack against a company.
    The same thing goes for board members and the statutes are regulated by the majority on two or three consecutive meetings. They can make reasons for a board member to leave/get fired. Such as conflict of interests, or have meetings without that specific board member's knowledge and vote... It is more democratic that one manager's rule but again, majority decides what's happening with your position and can finally impeach you. Statutes are man-made and not regulated by any HR. A company decides on their own statutes or by laws. So movies aren't far from reality when it comes to kick someone out just like that. In reality boards use different methods such as freezing you out from meetings, making sure you're not being informed about company decisions... At the end you can only see fit to simply quit since you're not part of anything anymore and it's just waste of time.

  • Spasskyfan
    Spasskyfan 11 months ago

    Why list Office Space so prominently when it's mentioned for only 1 second??

  • Annoying Multi fandom Name

    Renault is pronounced “Ren-o”

  • Jaaa Beee
    Jaaa Beee Year ago

    I have to schmooze clients often. Rarely does that work leave the office. And if it does, it's because i'm getting to take a long lunch with said client on the company.

  • Deijha Hill
    Deijha Hill Year ago

    Get a job, Hollywood.

  • NEPMobile
    NEPMobile Year ago

    Did anyone else think that was bubbles in the thumbnail

  • El Guiñolo
    El Guiñolo Year ago

    Speak slower, please, you are barely audible, eating your words, and it ruins your videos.

  • Victor Sousa
    Victor Sousa Year ago

    In the movie of Steve Jobs with Ashton Kutcher:
    -"Are you gonna fire me?"
    -"NO! I'VE ALREADY FIRED YOU! WHY ARE YOU STILL HERE?"
    Like what?

  • Mckenzie .Latham
    Mckenzie .Latham Year ago

    So in other words real life is boring, not very dramatic and depressing...
    yeah you'll sell a lot of tickets to that movie lol .

  • MTRredux
    MTRredux Year ago +1

    Why do I keep getting these in my recommended feed?
    "Movies are not real life"
    That's great Cracked...but movies never claimed to be realistic, nobody has that expectation.
    Don't get me wrong, you can still critique cinema as an art form.
    But nobody expects movies to conform to reality.

    • Marnee Pinch
      Marnee Pinch Month ago

      It's worth pointing out, especially for the youngsters, in which ways it is not realistic.

    • CamaroAmx
      CamaroAmx 3 months ago

      MTRredux or why am I getting cracked on my recommendation list when A: I’m already subscribed to the channel and B: cracked hasn’t put out video content in years because they were sold, then fired their entire video staff after the new company figured out that cracked doesn’t make enough money to pay for the production of videos on TVclip.

  • PaDDyCakes
    PaDDyCakes Year ago

    This shows that the office is incredible

  • Karma Lhasa
    Karma Lhasa Year ago

    Why is narrator talking so annoyingly fast?

  • owenbevt3
    owenbevt3 Year ago

    Yep someone needs to tell the UK government that this 51% support to make massive constitutional change isn't a thing

  • becky gould
    becky gould Year ago

    A friend of mine was fired from her job for making a minor error(actually there were those who didn’t want her there. ) they put her on the don’t rehire list. And was denied unemployment. Others had made worse mistakes and either kept their jobs or were able to come back in 6 months

  • Dr. Kira
    Dr. Kira Year ago

    Tae video doesn't address that in Countries like Canada, ye absolutely HAVE tae dress professionally to job interviews in order tae be taken seriously, and actually get tae job don't matter where yer applyin'

  • Joshua
    Joshua Year ago

    Patrick Bateman wore a ten thousand dollar suite becuase he was bombastic; self worshiping; egomaniac.
    Dick Jones being caught in the act of a major crime plot and theh holding The Old Man hostage are two damn good reasons to fire someone on the spot.
    So, Ctacked, you can take American Psycho and RoboCop off this list.

  • henkkaj73
    henkkaj73 Year ago

    These days it's hard to find any worker drones going 9 to 5 without deadlines or project pressure.
    I returned from a work site last night at 3AM having finished building the electric installations for multiple projects for very important big clients where deadlines got changed and projects went on simultaneously yet we managed to finish everything without problems and even go and fix a couple of smaller clients problems while working double shifts. I can certainly relate to the movie deadline/important project pressure and so can a lot of us. Being a huge success is a lot of commitment and work and the family sure loves the paycheck this kind of commitment brings.

  • Rico Baca
    Rico Baca Year ago

    Office Space?

  • aaron reyes
    aaron reyes Year ago

    Sorry right after you stated mr deeds wasn’t a good movie I clicked off. Foh

  • Andrew Williams
    Andrew Williams Year ago +1

    Breaking news: Actors and other Hollywood types have no idea what the real world is like.

  • queenfrostine97
    queenfrostine97 Year ago

    My biggest takeaway from this video is that big corporations encourage their workers to wear shorts so they can save money on AC

  • Danny 6798
    Danny 6798 Year ago

    My dad worked in the office of an oil company for nearly 16 years, in the movie he'd probably be some guy in a suit, but he'd go to work everyday in jeans and a tshirt