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Wow, this movie was absolutely rubbish. It is listed as a comedy, yet there was nothing funny about it. And the story just never caught on, director Dan Cohen threw the bait out there alright, but nothing took hold. And in fact, it was a struggle to keep watching this movie.
I made it 32 minutes into this boring snoozefest before my interest in the movie fully dissipated and I just simply gave up. I stopped the DVD and went on to another movie instead.
From what I managed to see, this movie is about married man Ted (played by Breckin Meyer) who is promoted and finds a new world full of temptation and beautiful women that comes along with the promotion.
It was as if even the acting talents in the movie weren't even committed to the story and the movie as well, and that did push the movie downward.
All in all, "Corporate Affairs" was unfathomably boring and uninteresting. As such, it scores a meager two out of ten stars only from me.
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