Company Man Reviews

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April 30, 2001
April 26, 2001
McGrath can't decide if he wants the movie to be a satire or a broad farce.
April 12, 2001
Given the disastrous state of the final product, it's hard not to wonder if it was worth all the blood, sweat and celluloid.
April 5, 2001
I'm astonished that even at 81 minutes the film contained not even one little chuckle.
March 23, 2001
This movie looks and feels so retro, so unrelentingly unironic, that the very guilelessness of it makes you want to giggle.
March 16, 2001
The rapid-fire gags are relentlessly cute and announce themselves with all the subtlety of a pounding headache.
March 16, 2001
It all adds up to a few good bits spread thinly across an even thinner concept for a movie.
March 9, 2001
Second-rate fare.
March 9, 2001
Company Man is to filmmaking what Molotov cocktails are to social gatherings.
March 9, 2001
The characters can be quite funny but not enough to sustain a feature-length movie.
March 9, 2001
The low-down dirtiest of shames.
March 9, 2001
In 2001, the political satire in Company Man has about as much relevance as listening to Mort Sahl tell Eisenhower jokes.
March 9, 2001
Too often we feel that left-out-in-the-cold draft that blows over the shoulder whenever actors appear to be having more fun than the audience.
March 9, 2001
The movie often feels semi-improvised.
March 9, 2001
Exceedingly lame, if starry, spoof on the Bay of Pigs invasion.
March 9, 2001
As bad movies go, Company Man falls less in the category of Affront to the Audience and more in the category of Non-Event.
March 9, 2001
Company Man is an object lesson in the difference between writing funny lines and writing a movie.
March 8, 2001
Makes your wristwatch feel like a sundial.
March 8, 2001
An unusually annoying experience for viewers who might be expecting more fireworks in their satire.
March 8, 2001
This is a light comedy that uses a sledgehammer when a fly swatter would have done just fine.
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