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Bob Funk -- An attractive executive joins the Funk family futon company, where she is being groomed to replace Bob, the eldest son.  Bob is on a downward spiral, facing each day with the gluttonies of coffee, booze and women...
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Welcome To My Decline
After he's fired from his job -- by his mother, no less -- Bob Funk agrees to quit drinking, see a therapist, and eventually report to a new boss, who might just be the woman of his dreams. | Add synopsis »
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 (From IFC. 23 February 2009, 11:18 PM, PST)

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  (in credits order)

Rachael Leigh Cook ... Ms. Thorne
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Alyssa Bartholomew ... Mom with stroller

Robert John Brewer ... Brewer

Michael Leydon Campbell ... Bob Funk

Ron Canada ... Smiley
Christina Elizabeth Cavallero ... Gretel

Patty Cornell ... Ms. Long

Nadia Dajani ... Jean

Lucy Davis ... Janet

Shelly Desai ... Sanjay

Alex Désert ... Sonny
Tyne Firmin ... Mr. Got-Rocks
Nancy Guerriero ... Steve's Mom

Tania Gunadi ... Connie

Tommy Hinkley ... Over Eaters Anonymous Guy

Eddie Jemison ... Ron Funk

Shaun Majumder ... Raymundo
Terri Mann ... Dr. Day

Dan Martin ... Mark

Elisa Nixon ... Ms. Nixon
Anne-Marie Pritchett ... Ms. Berman
Sonya Rokes ... Laura

Stephen Root ... Steve

Romy Rosemont ... Ruthie

Amy Ryan ... Ms. Wright

Khleo Thomas ... Cupcake

Tommy Wilson-O'Brien ... Mr. Mann

Grace Zabriskie ... Mrs. Funk

Jules Bruff ... Ms. Agnew (uncredited)
Patrick Ford ... Man at Bar (uncredited)
Jarrod Robbins ... Funk Foam and Futon Office Worker (uncredited)
Jack Story ... Knight #1 (uncredited)

Directed by
Craig Carlisle 
Writing credits
Craig Carlisle (written by)

Produced by
C. Steve Goldstein .... associate producer
Jonathan Jansen .... co-producer
Keith Kjarval .... producer
Tim Montijo .... producer
Kurt Rauer .... producer
Ben Ruffman .... executive producer
Michael Schroeder .... co-producer
Original Music by
Tim Montijo 
Cinematography by
Lisa Wiegand 
Film Editing by
Josh Beal 
Casting by
Kathleen Tomasik  (as Kathleen Black)
Production Design by
April Glover 
Set Decoration by
Stephanie Furr 
Costume Design by
Vanessa King 
Makeup Department
Lindsay Berman .... makeup artist
Christina M. Gaudy .... assistant makeup artist
John Granados .... key makeup artist
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Nick Case .... additional second assistant director
W. Alex Korp .... first assistant director
Michael D. Witman .... second assistant director
Art Department
Michael Broussard .... leadman
Phil Bufano .... art swing
Jocelyn Coffman .... set dresser
Benjamin Morris .... leadman (as Benjamin Laine Morris)
Vanessa Velez Boswell .... property master
Sound Department
Lee Ascher .... sound mixer
Ted Hamer .... boom operator
Tom Marks .... sound re-recording mixer
Reza Moosavi .... boom operator
Burnie Neal .... boom operator
Thomas Popp .... boom operator
Ben Whitver .... adr mixer
Camera and Electrical Department
Bob Bradshaw .... grip
Mighty Chuchaisri .... grip
John Francis Conway .... grip
Josh Day .... grip
Peter Dietrich .... Steadicam
Peter Dietrich .... camera operator
Chris Garlington .... grip
Bryan Hong .... grip
Dan Kavanaugh .... electrician
Marc Korgie .... lighting technician
Nathaniel Miller .... digital imaging technician
Felipe Pena .... best boy electric
Jonathan Phail .... electrician
Rocky Rodriguez .... key grip
Sonya Rokes .... still photographer
Michael Roy .... gaffer
Victoria Singleton .... assistant camera
Dwight Elliott Stone .... best boy grip
Reza Tabrizi .... first assistant camera
Michael Westby .... grip
Bobby Woo .... set lighting technician
Casting Department
Julie Oh! .... casting intern
David Schilling .... casting assistant
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Danielle Dowling .... wardrobe intern (as Danielle Horn)
Anni Speckheuer .... wardrobe intern
Sommer Terry .... set costumer
Music Department
Liz Gallacher .... music supervisor
Alexandra Hill .... music supervision executive
Tor Hyams .... composer: theme music
Transportation Department
Royale Edward .... transportation coordinator
Monte Zwirn .... transportation
Other crew
Heather Askew .... script supervisor
Christian Calloway .... craft service
Allison Cox .... assistant location manager
Alexandra Hill .... music supervision executive
Rebecca Holland .... craft service
Eli Jane .... model: poster
David Libertella .... production assistant
Kramer Mann .... location manager
Model .... stand-in: poster
Mia Niebruegge .... production coordinator
Julie Oh! .... production intern
Robert Petrarca .... production assistant
James Plumery .... key set production assistant
Kristen Stanisz .... assistant to director
Tennyson E. Stead .... production executive

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Additional Details

Rated R for language and sexual content
USA:106 min

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26 out of 37 people found the following review useful.
Solid feel good movie with good acting and dialog, 21 June 2009
Author: from Bermuda

My wife and I just watched this movie and we both really enjoyed it. The main character Bob Funk reminds me of Campbell Scott in Roger Dodger. He is obviously intelligent (apparent from his witty and insightful dialog) but also somewhat negative and self destructive which makes him more multidimensional than your average sharp tongued playboy.

It makes for a good time to watch him rant and get knocked down and then pick himself back up again.

I fully recommend you watch this and do not understand why anyone would hate it.

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