Comedy • R • 2011 • 1 hr 27 min
Incredibly authentic belly buster lampooning the mundane midwestern insurance world.
A nice hidden gem. Starts as a nice feel good comedy and goes in a different direction. John C. Reilly steals it.
Cheesy comedy movie but gets the job done. I wouldn’t recommend going out of your way to watch it though.
Very sweet comedy, great characters and performances, enjoyably silly
This is the plain piece of toast you eat after a bout of nausea. It is so perfectly average that it’s impressive.
Very charming low budget comedy that is straight forward as it gets. Ensemble is expertly cast and has a certain sweetness to it.
It doesn't get more feel-good than this movie. Ed Helms and John C Reilly make a hilarious pair. Characters you want to root for.
Definitely an underrated film. Isiah Whitlock Jr. has an outrageously hysterical performance that I will never forget.
Funny but not ambitious enough to feel like a fully fleshed out movie.
It’s a good comedy, worth a watch. Nothing special.
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