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Unless you Luke Beckin Meyers, this us a waste of your time.
Strange story & film tone, average overall though.
Not a bad movie...Breckin Meyer gets a promotion at work and begins to travel a lot. He finally caves in and is lonely enough to call a hooker. He loves it and keeps doing it, finally ending up getting arrested and all hell ensues in his personal and professional life. His wife was an annoying character, but I guess I understand her level of irritation. It's always good to see Monica Keena in a role post-Dawson's Creek. Watching her in her leather or latex outfit was also fun, however the storyline with her got a little weird about aliens. Overall, kind of a weird movie that will probably never be on tv, so I won't get to watch it again even if I wanted to, which I don't.
And here I add another one to my crappy movie list. Another one where they start off quite decent and quickly shoves its head in the ground making absolutely no sense (the alien conversation, midst a few others) and random acts of urgency to make it look like what they're doing is important. Seriously, what happened to Meyer? One of the geniuses behind "Robot Chicken" and this is what he manages to plug himself into? Even the used-to-be-hot Monica Keena looked quite a drag in this. Another waste of time.
Focuses on the "gradual but sudden" demise of a happy marriage using the traditional topics of dishonesty, infidelity and stress. For me, its B-grade flavour made it fairly realistic - until it got to the closing 15 minutes when the happy-ending kind of ruined the story's plausibility.
WOw !! Really Liked the Humor especially At end part ..what i say Poetry are not for Whores ,,, Cant Predict how woman & girls change so fast . No body knows whats in their mind !!!
Corporate Affairs was a dud. Not even Breckin Meyer, who I love or Bess Armstrong who was my favorite 90s TV mom in My So Called Life, could save this steaming pile.
A guy gets a big corporate promotion, which involves a lot of traveling. He becomes addicted to sex and call girls, and destroys his marriage. Not a real good plot, and I kind of feel it sucked a few of my brain cells away, for sitting through it.
About as exciting as listening to your ipod through a broken pair of earphones.
Not a horrible story line, although a little dull.
A lot of good humor but it's not really for everyone to understand. Definitely not great enough to watch on a Friday night with your buddies.