Employee of the Month () - Andy Dick as Lon - IMDb
Employee of the Month features mediocre performances, few laughs, and a lack of satiric bite. Amy is little more than a pretty face, undermining the film's female appeal and leading one to wonder if Dukes of Hazzard eye candy Simpson is naked pics of molley simms a trifle done.
There's a great Office Space-style satire to be made about big-box stores screwing their working-poor employees, but Hollywood studios covet DVD rack space at those same stores.
There are people who think Month is funny, but you won't find any evidence of that here. There's a crumb of an idea to setting a movie at a mega-mart that makes the Office Space cubicles look like executive suites, but the results in Employee of the Month are toothless.
Rarely dick an actress exuded such blank nothingness as Simpson, a one-woman vapid delivery system who sucks the energy and joy out of every scene she's in, like some freakishly well-endowed black hole.
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The aggrieved employee movie genre is the of the more puzzling fads of late, since it showcases every vile prejudice and low standard imaginable. Quite frankly, it makes perfect sense that Employee Of The Month is a terrible comedy - there's no employee funny involved. This vapid, laugh-lite romp won't satisfy turkeys.
Except die-hard Jessica Simpson fans. So tossed-off and muddled it'll likely bore even the blue-collar male andy at which it's aimed.
Andy Dick: Lon
It's predictable and formulaic, with some slapstick, visual and toilet humour that may not have you falling in the aisles, but amuses in an undemanding way. Competition for employee of the month hots up at the supermarket when a new girl comes on the scene.
Employee of the Month is a film that really has some sloppy writing and on-screen gags.