Retired NFL Linebacker, "Terrible" Terry Tate enforces the office rules at the Felcher and Sons' headquarters the only way he knows how: with bone-crushing tackles and hard-core trash-talk....
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1967 film student George Lucas has writer's block trying to finish his "Space Wheat" script, until a beautiful fellow student with a familiar hairstyle teaches him that the best stories are in plain sight.
Based on Michael Chabon's novel, the film chronicles the defining summer of a recent college graduate who crosses his gangster father and explores love, sexuality, and the enigmas surrounding his life and his city.
Retired NFL Linebacker, "Terrible" Terry Tate enforces the office rules at the Felcher and Sons' headquarters the only way he knows how: with bone-crushing tackles and hard-core trash-talk. With Terry in the corner office, you'll never be late for the morning meeting again. Written by
Jason C. Mercer
This film is funny because Terry is very a humorous person. I did not get tried to watch the sight of tackling unexpectedly by Terry. But I don't want to work in this workplace! Rule violation is not good, although just because I am tackled by him of forgivable.
I don't know such a rule of force is the right thing. It may be regarded as power harassment if he tackled in Japan. Don't people who are tackled by terry get injured? When pushed down violently without armor, they are likely to get injured except people who mastered how to go a defensive fall. There are a lot of strange points if I thought seriously, but considering it is fiction, this film is exciting and enjoyable! A man who worked coolly although his desk shook violently because Terry tackled someone was also a good character. I like him!
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