Employee of the Month Reviews
Its lighthearted, very little depth, which honestly isn't a bad thing. Sometimes I just want to watch a nice cookie cutter movie that just entertains me and warms my soul.
This movie has no underlying meaning that makes me think the world is out to get me, its just a good movie about an over the top rivalry over a girl. Its fun, and its got a few laughs.
Sometimes a movie is just that, a movie and its sole purpose is to entertain you out of boredom for an hour and a half and leave you with a small smile on your face.
Zach Bradley is a box boy at the Super Club retail megastore, hoping to win over the hot new cashier Amy and outsmart the flashy suckup Vince's months and months of winning employee of the month. Zach attempts to beat him in his quest to get his prize of a new car, his hopeful girlfriend, and an induction into the workplace's hall of fame.
Employee of the Month lacks laughs and talent. All the actors chosen were nowadays laughable fads of the 2000s and their characters so bland and unlikable. The film's attempts at making likable loser secondary characters like the blind pervert and the dumb security guard fails miserably. The jokes are of middle schooler calibur and are filled with immaturity and stupidity. Employee of the Month deserves no awards here...