A comedy that follows nine months in the life of Zectek.com, an Internet startup company. A social satire and sly comedy of manners unfolds through "behind-the-scenes footage" of day-to-day... See full summary »
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Mitch Vartugian
Stephen Eugene Walker ...
Stan Walter
Simeon Schnapper ...
Si Phateuxx
Jamie McMillan ...
Jane McLane
Katherine Martinez Ripley ...
Maria
Matthew O'Neill ...
Ross O'Reilly
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Blake
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A comedy that follows nine months in the life of Zectek.com, an Internet startup company. A social satire and sly comedy of manners unfolds through "behind-the-scenes footage" of day-to-day life and interviews with the company's founders and employees about their personal and professional dramas. Written by Anonymous

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24 December 2002 (USA)  »

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Mitch: Who are you; and what do you know about anything?
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Spoofs Startup.com (2001) See more »

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If you worked in high tech during 1999-2000, this is a MUST SEE film
31 March 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This has to be the best sleeper movie of the past 5 years. I happened to be receiving a free Showtime channel preview from my cable company and I just stumbled across this film last night and I am glad I did. Like the previous poster said, various family members kept coming in the room to see what the hell was so funny (I am not the type who laughs out loud while watching movies). "Dot" is right up there with one of my favorite movies of all time - "Best in Show". Along the same lines, this movie has plenty of hilarious moments, and the actors involved with this project are so "dead-on" to their characters, they deserve special Oscars in the pseudo-documentary best actor category.

This movie won't appeal to all tastes, but I guarantee that if you have ever worked in the high tech field, been in a small office environment, or hung around internet "gurus" who have pie in the sky expectations of their success, you will find this movie right up your alley and will be laughing out loud for days afterwards.

I still can't stop breaking up over the "WE ARE BROKE!!!!" white board scene...a classic comedy film moment if I ever saw one. Go rent this movie now, you will not be disappointed. Then go tell your high tech friends to do the same.


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