From its humble beginnings as a tannery for hog bellies, the Wood and Wood corporation has evolved into a vast, corrupt modern-day holdings corporation. Lifelong employee and self-described...
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From its humble beginnings as a tannery for hog bellies, the Wood and Wood corporation has evolved into a vast, corrupt modern-day holdings corporation. Lifelong employee and self-described 'company man' HENRY WOOD (Eddie Jemison) should have been handed the reins to the company after his father died three months ago, but he was instead passed over by the board for an interim president, WALT FORD (Robert Forster). Today, top management has gathered at headquarters to await an offer of acquisition that will make them each rich beyond their dreams--and divorce Henry once and for all from the business his grandfather started 80 years earlier. The day starts badly when Walt Ford is found hanging from a noose in the boardroom. When management elects to ignore the suicide until their deal has closed, the decision sends the entire office into a death spiral of finger pointing, deal-making, prophetic PowerPoint presentations and gruesome murders. Those left alive must work together to find a ... Written by
I had the pleasure of seeing 'Coffee Kill Boss' in Austin and found it to be a totally silly fun film. It does take a little time to get used to. The feel is almost melodrama but the actors all seem to be in on the joke. Once it gets going the story is absolutely hysterical, and the actors did a terrific job of balancing between the comedy and other elements. It never really gets scary, but I'm only speaking for myself as some in the audience seemed shocked by several of the ah-hem, accidents, that happen to certain characters. It's definitely a film I'd like to watch again because I feel I missed a lot of lines. It's very well written. Gorgeous cinematography as well. A+++
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