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Terry Tate, Office Linebacker: Sensitivity Training (2004)

Terry Tate has to deal with a newly appointed HR expert.


Jason Christopher Mercer (as Jason Ajax Mercer)


Jason Christopher Mercer (as Jason Ajax Mercer)


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Credited cast:
Michael Cornacchia ... Ronald
Luiggi Debiasse Luiggi Debiasse
Andrew Friedman ... Pablo
Jeremy Rowley ... Paul Merkin
Michael Sean McGuinness ... Ron Felcher
Zach Selwyn ... Annoying Cel Phone User
Lester Speight ... Terry Tate
David Storrs ... Lenny
Natacha Wenger Natacha Wenger ... Geneva Stoller


Terry Tate has to deal with a newly appointed HR expert.

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Comedy | Short







Release Date:

1 February 2004 (USA) See more »

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Hypnotic See more »
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Hilarious but definitely enjoyable
11 July 2018 | by kasumiwaterSee all my reviews

As a college student, I know little or nothing about companies let alone office environment. However, as I imagine, it might not be so different from school; there are people who are strict about rules and those who are not. In this short film, Terry Tate (aka Office Linebacker) is a symbol of rules. He is relentless to anyone who corrupts office moral. I personally like the contrasts depicted in the film. The characteristics of Terry Tate is very simple but well considered. The first impression of him is a masculine, tough, and probably simple-minded guy. However, as the cases show up, it turns out that he also have many counter aspects to the impression, such as kindness, weakness, and working skills. One comic book writer told me that this is a classical technique to develop a personality of a character. In other words, to give two opposite aspects to the character can make him/her appear to be like a human. Contrasts are also used in the story line, such as that of the CEO and Terry Tate, and justice and damage caused by protecting justice. Overall, I like the short film. It was so short that I could watch it as if I read a comic book, and I would love to watch the succeeding series of Terry.

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