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Developing a crisis of conscience about the ethics of advertising, Grant’s Dennis Bagley flirts with the idea of becoming more socially conscious and perhaps even leaving his industry.
But as soon as that thought enters the copywriting character’s head, he suddenly develops a boil on his neck which grows and grows until it literally takes a life of its own.
It was enough to get us thinking about some of our favorite workplace comedies, ones where you can practically smell the freshly cooling ink, taste the stale coffee and shake your head in recognition of the woes the characters face in those films. Well, he did for the indie “The Rum Diaries” in 2011, partly because it was a Hunter S.
Thompson adaptation, but also because it was directed by Bruce Robinson, the English writer/director responsible for one of Depp’s all time favorite movies, “Withnail & I.” But as fun as that depraved comedy is, we’d go as far as to say Robinson’s far superior work is the somehow kind-of-forgotten “How to Get Ahead in Advertising.” Part of that may be due to the fact it’s not readily available on DVD: Criterion had put it out more than a decade ago, but the rights seemed to lapse rather fast and it quickly went out of print.
This weekend’s broad new studio comedy “The Internship” (our review) concerns a couple of schlubs (former wedding crashers Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson) who, finding themselves out of work and hopelessly outdated when it comes to modern technology, apply to become interns at Google.
The perks of dating them are plenty, and the time spent together, well that’s a lot too.
In fact the survey showed that three-quarters of respondents worldwide believe that romantic relationships at work are not necessarily a problem.
And, research shows that office romances can pay off – with a walk down the aisle.
In fact, more than 30 percent of office romances end in marriage. Here are 10 of the most famous – and infamous – office romances of all time both real and fictional.
One of the most scandalous office romances in history took place in the country's highest office.
To his surprise, he finds a former love suffering in confinement as a Bosniak prisoner.