Entry Level (2007)

Entry Level (2007)





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An ambitious chef and restaurateur discovers that starting over is never easy after seeing his dreams dashed and being forced to work his way up the corporate ladder despite having no discernable job skills. Clay Maguire (D.B. Sweeney) never had any doubts about what he wanted to do with his life. After losing his restaurant, however, Clay realizes that in order to remain afloat he'll have to venture out into corporate America and hope for the best. Unfortunately Clay is pushing forty, and isn't exactly proficient in such common computer programs as Microsoft Word and Excel. Clay has officially entered the ranks of the Unemployable Interviewees of America, but thankfully he's not alone; while his cynical job counselor (Cedric Yarbrough) may offer little encouragement, his homeless pal Nick (Kurtwood Smith and pretty former Peace Corps volunteer Liz (Missi Pyle) both do their best to lift Clay's spirits while everyone struggles just to get by. Taylor Negron and Steve Ryan co-star.
Comedy , Drama
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Missi Pyle
as Liz Bartlett
Taylor Negron
as Charlie
Lisa Ann Walter
as Kathie Ford
Dan Southworth
as Vince Stallen
Daniel Southworth
as Vince Stallen
L. Lauren Rand
as Gabriella
Joe Sabatino
as Foreman
Tate Hanyok
as PDA Applicant
Anthony Giangrande
as Typist Applicant
Eric Pumphrey
as Spelling Applicant
Kirby Heyborne
as Video Game Manager
Tom Beyer
as Team Oriented Manager
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Audience Reviews for Entry Level

This movie really suprised me that it was better then I thought it was gonna be.It had a great cast & a great ending.Sometimes theres gold at the end of the rainbow

Brody Manson
Brody Manson

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Lame. I am usually a fan of Independent films, but this one was just so uninteresting and seemed to lack something.

Cynthia S.
Cynthia S.

Super Reviewer


This is basically a one-note joke about looking for jobs at the bottom of the ladder and not finding them. Some familiar faces from bit parts and TV can be seen here (Kurtwood Smith from 'That 70s Show'). I don't think there is any earth-shattering revelation or even any belly laughs here. Move along, move along. Just another film capitalizing on the recession thematic. We'll see a few more before this is done. Oh. Watch it if you want a few chuckles on the tribulations of the long-term dole-catchers. If you're that type.

Arin D
Arin D

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