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I am writing this as I am watching this halfway through. I really do not know if I find the power to finish this, but even If I do not no harm done. The film is flooded with clichés, beyond belief. The actors do not appear to believe a line they speak, the result is almost a parody. The movie is about a programmer being promoted to manager and not being able to cope with it. But the whole storyline is so fictional that none of the stuff it narrates would happen in real life of a programmer aspiring to become a manager. And yes, I am a professional programmer. Its a real shame because some actors are decent in other films they have appeared.
PS. My girlfriend just ejected the DVD before seeing the end. No harm done whatsoever.
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