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A dark funny look at a big corporation that is run by evil twins. Not something you want to watch to lift your spirits, but it is a movies that will make you laugh. It takes a dark view of what people will do to make a buck and how they don't care what it costs the world around them until something brings it home personally to them. Though it makes you laugh, it also sends a message to us to think a little more about what we do that impacts the world around us and think about if the almighty $ is really worth the other costs. I won't say I loved this movie, but I did find it entertaining and I think the actors did a great job.
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