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Miles Teller and Anna Kendrick are slumming it with the Get a Job trailer

02.03.2016

The first quarter of the year is generally considered dumping grounds for films that couldn't find a home elsewhere. Why do I bring that up? No reason. So, let's talk about GET A JOB! The film follows Will (Miles Teller) and Jillian (Anna Kendrick) who find themselves lost in a sea of increasingly strange jobs. But with help from their family, friends and coworkers they soon discover that the most important (and hilarious) adventures are the ones that we don't see coming. Oh boy. Did I mention Bryan Cranston was in this? Thought so! Here's the trailer!

Alright, so the movie doesn't really look like anything special, but neither do most films. Where this film leads the pack is casting one adorable actress in Anna Kendrick. Seriously, she makes pretty much anything watchable. Say what you will about Teller, but the man can act. Not sure how he fares in the comedy department, but maybe Mr. Cranston showed him a few pointers!

GET A JOB will hit theaters on March 25, 2016.

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8:10PM on 02/04/2016

If it looks like shit, smells like shit and tastes like shit...

..it's probably this movie. Alison Brie looks hot as balls though.
..it's probably this movie. Alison Brie looks hot as balls though.
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5:32PM on 02/04/2016
The cast is really the thing this movie has going for it. That said, it looks better than a movie called "Get a Job" has any right to look.
The cast is really the thing this movie has going for it. That said, it looks better than a movie called "Get a Job" has any right to look.
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10:51AM on 02/04/2016

Looks alright

Good cast (though Kendrick's ultra feminist personality is a big turn-off because she seems like she hates men).
Good cast (though Kendrick's ultra feminist personality is a big turn-off because she seems like she hates men).
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8:50PM on 02/03/2016

Speaking as a guy who is about to get laid off and has no idea where he's going to be in the summer...

...This looks okay.
Just kidding. I resonate with this. I'll see it.

Now to finish my research on how to make crystal meth. Yay! What? No, I'm not having a nervous breakdown.
...This looks okay.
Just kidding. I resonate with this. I'll see it.

Now to finish my research on how to make crystal meth. Yay! What? No, I'm not having a nervous breakdown.
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6:14PM on 02/03/2016

Get A Job trailer

After reading the hilarious, informative introduction, I was expecting the worst. To my surprise, the preview was actually more enjoyable than I was hoping; in this case, I guess I should say dreading rather than hoping. Introductions like the one above should be a paying gig if the trailer presents a movie of a certain (cough followed by a roaring emission of vomit), ahem, sorry, um upsetting romantic formula. Hell, at least there is a great cast. Anywho, well done and thank you for the
After reading the hilarious, informative introduction, I was expecting the worst. To my surprise, the preview was actually more enjoyable than I was hoping; in this case, I guess I should say dreading rather than hoping. Introductions like the one above should be a paying gig if the trailer presents a movie of a certain (cough followed by a roaring emission of vomit), ahem, sorry, um upsetting romantic formula. Hell, at least there is a great cast. Anywho, well done and thank you for the warning.
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4:18PM on 02/03/2016
One of the best intros to a JoBlo article in awhile. Love the writing style, Sean!
One of the best intros to a JoBlo article in awhile. Love the writing style, Sean!
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3:48PM on 02/03/2016
It looks good enough to get some interest and not be a total failure. I can definitely see why they're releasing in late winter/early spring. But I'll go see it for that one shot of Anna Kendrick in just a dress shift alone...
It looks good enough to get some interest and not be a total failure. I can definitely see why they're releasing in late winter/early spring. But I'll go see it for that one shot of Anna Kendrick in just a dress shift alone...
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3:46PM on 02/03/2016
Seems funny enough and definitely relatable in certain aspects. Kendrick is the big reason I'm interested in this considering I will see anything that she lends her time, craft, and talent towards.
Seems funny enough and definitely relatable in certain aspects. Kendrick is the big reason I'm interested in this considering I will see anything that she lends her time, craft, and talent towards.
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3:17PM on 02/03/2016
This looks like it could just end up being another romantic comedy. However, it also does look like it's timely. A generation of college graduates are struggling to find jobs and settle on jobs that pay shit and are outside of their field of study. Or people with four degrees have taken jobs that 20 years ago didn't require anything but a high school diploma and on job training. This movie seems like it could have started as a way to reflect that struggle of millennials, it's too early though.
This looks like it could just end up being another romantic comedy. However, it also does look like it's timely. A generation of college graduates are struggling to find jobs and settle on jobs that pay shit and are outside of their field of study. Or people with four degrees have taken jobs that 20 years ago didn't require anything but a high school diploma and on job training. This movie seems like it could have started as a way to reflect that struggle of millennials, it's too early though. It could end up being a wasted opportunity to resonate in favor of making yet another romantic comedy.
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