Human Error (2005)

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Dobbitt is called away from his loving wife for duty at "the Corporation," a toxic factory that operates around the clock producing its mysterious units. Always willing to please, he arrives at his new quarters and meets his bunkmate, Hanrahan, a sharp and bitter man who incisively questions Dobbitt's motives. The two report to Merkin, the petty and paranoid, back-stabbing plant manager, who ruthlessly pits his employees against one other. These type-B males swim in a comical stew of their own toxic juices as they jockey for power within the company.

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All Critics (6) | Top Critics (4)

All too accurately lives up to its title.

Oct 11, 2005

With the exception of likable lead Robert Knott, the performances are cringingly broad, and the surreally animated backgrounds offer a promise that's never realized.

Sep 16, 2005 | Rating: 1/4

None of the three principal actors are unskilled, and they somehow don't lose on-screen energy, even as it's sapped from the audience.

Sep 16, 2005 | Rating: 2/5

Watch it with your eyes closed.

Sep 13, 2005

A three-man play, a blend of CG and live action, a wry comedy, and paced far too slow

Feb 5, 2006 | Rating: 2/4 | Full Review…

Though conceptually clever, the results look stagy and schematic and recall nothing more than a pale imitation of Terry Gilliam's Brazil.

Sep 16, 2005 | Rating: 2/4 | Full Review…

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