Corporate Affairs (2008)

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A family man (Meyer) recent promoted to middle management at work immerses himself in a world of questionable personal and professional ethics by a colleague (Scott).

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12 January 2008 | cpiliotis
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| Seriously, don't even download this and watch it for free.
Seriously this movie had no redeemable qualities other than a few gratuitous sex scenes. The story was flat and uninteresting. The production quality was terrible. The musical score was absolute garbage. The characters were terrible. Do yourself a favour and watch Gigli instead as it's probably more interesting than this movie. You can probably watch the whole movie in 20 minutes by hitting the fast forward button and still not miss anything. It's the story about a guy who gets a promotion to VP and plunges into a world of infidelity - sleeping with women in every city he travels too. It's about as exciting as watching paint dry really.

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