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Andrew C. Erin
A very mid-quality standard 'Hollywood-type' story
Let me say, I have never been against so called low-budget movies. Quite on the contrary I prefer them to high quality 'bunch of great special effects' movie.
That was one of the reasons to watch Corporate Affairs for me. But the movie turned out to be a complete disappointment for me. The story was not of a really great deal: rather quite banal and boring Hollywod lifeline. The movie discusses usual western values: family, career, money, faith, fidelity and ability to keep all of them.
Initially I tended to like the plot: I believe, it's quite promising. I hoped that it would be full of contradictions and conflicts between bosses and employees, money and fidelity, family and vices.
But all those ideas were just neglected. There was no fight, no conflict. I lost my interest after approximately 30 minutes. Seemed that trying to learn the best 'movie tricks' from Hollywood and adopting it in the picture authors just made another stock low quality drama.
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