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(1091) 6.5 87 min 2019

The Assistant is a movie starring Julia Garner, Matthew Macfadyen, and Makenzie Leigh. A searing look at a day in the life of an assistant to a powerful executive. As Jane follows her daily routine, she grows increasingly aware of...

Starring
Makenzie Leigh, Kristine Froseth, Julia Garner, Matthew Macfadyen
Genres
Drama
Director
Kitty Green

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama
Director Kitty Green
Writer Kitty Green
Stars Makenzie Leigh, Kristine Froseth, Julia Garner, Matthew Macfadyen
Country USA
Also Known As Asystentka
Runtime 1H 27M
Description Follows one day in the life of Jane (Julia Garner), a recent college graduate and aspiring film producer, who has recently landed her dream job as a junior assistant to a powerful entertainment mogul. Her day is much like any other assistant's - making coffee, changing the paper in the copy machine, ordering lunch, arranging travel, taking phone messages, onboarding a new hire. But as Jane follows her daily routine, she, and we, grow increasingly aware of the abuse that insidiously colors every aspect of her work day, an accumulation of degradations against which Jane decides to take a stand, only to discover the true depth of the system into which she has entered.

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Sunday, 13 Sep 2020 09:35

Let me preface by saying that I don't know much about Michael Bay's films, and I don't plan to in the future. But I like his work, and I don't mind seeing him in a mainstream film. This is his first American feature, and I was interested to see what he could do with a script that had the potential to be pretty good. So I went in not expecting much, but I found that I was really impressed with the cast and the story. The film follows Jack Davenport (Michael Cera), who at the age of 22, is a successful dentist. His wife Rachel (Elisabeth Shue) leaves him to go off to a big business deal with their teenage daughter Ashley (Evan Rachel Wood). When Jack tries to get a hold of his daughter, he finds that the daughter, Ashley, has serious problems with her schoolwork, and her grades have suffered. Jack and his best friend Troy (Taylor Kitsch) try to help her, but they find out that her problems are not confined to school, and it isn't just the school that is causing her problems. Jack and Troy start to notice that she's not the only one who is suffering from the same issues. In the end, Jack has to face the fact that he has a family that needs him, and he has to face the reality that he isn't the best at his job, and that there is more to life than his career. The screenplay is very well written. It's very funny, but it's also very serious. It has a very good message behind it. The director does a great job with the editing, and it works really well. There are a few parts where the editing is off, and I think it was done on purpose to make the film a little more intense and dramatic, but I didn't mind that at all. The actors do a great job with their roles, and I really enjoyed the chemistry between Michael Cera and Elisabeth Shue. Taylor Kitsch does a great job as well. The film has a very good story. I thought it was very well written, and I found myself cheering for Jack and Troy. There are a lot of very good moments in the film, but I think there were a few that were just a little too cliche. But it wasn't too much of a problem for me. The music is also very good. The music is quite dark, but there are some nice moments of music. The film is very entertaining, and I think that I liked it a lot more than I thought I would. The characters are all very well developed, and I was very invested in them. The acting is also very good. Michael Cera is very funny as Jack Davenport, and he also is a very good actor. Taylor Kitsch is very good as Troy, and he is a very good actor. Elisabeth Shue is very good as Rachel Davenport, and she is also a very good actress. Evan Rachel Wood is also very good as Ashley, and she is also a very good actress. The cast is really good. The direction is
Wednesday, 17 Jun 2020 09:51

Everyone has to do something some days. Maybe it is to save someone else's life or maybe it is to return a lost treasure or something. The American forger Andy Wright is at it again. He is a very successful gold trader in Las Vegas. He decides to give his daughter Tia a car so that she can attend college. However, Andy's son, Nick, is always coming home to Las Vegas, so Tia can go to school. He is a complete recluse, working until five in the morning every day. The old Mrs. Frank continues to tease and pester Tia about her father's profession. The real Andy tells Tia that he does not want to leave her. "I'll go back to work," he says. "I like my dad. I'm happy with him." Tia has a long term boyfriend and she is on the move constantly. Tia finally is at a new school, but Andy is still working. Tia was at a fancy party and she accidentally bought a special ticket to Vegas with all the money he lost and she became a star. She is extremely wealthy, but she is also very disturbed. Her boyfriend wants to propose to her at the same time as she is starting to work at her new job. She never learns her lesson and she doesn't need to. His daughter is waiting for him at the hotel where he works. While she is waiting for her father she has a chance to meet with a character named Carter. When he invites Tia to his house she has the opportunity to tell her father that she does not want to go to college. She finally understands the consequences of her father's profession. Meanwhile Nick is no longer at home. Tia has a confrontation with Andy about her father and her interest in car racing. It ends badly. He takes her to his home and tries to have a heated argument about the way he sees his daughter. After the fight he leaves and Tia drives away. She goes back to her father and tells him that she has nothing more to say. She was very embarrassed that his daughter would be with a stranger and that she did not want to go to college. His daughter finally explains that it was an accident and that she had to get out of college and get a job. The story ends with Nick getting his car. "I won't ever leave my dad," he says to Tia. "I love you," she replies. "You may leave your dad," he says. "You have to," she replies. Tia has had a hard life. The above quote is from "Andy Wright, the American forger", written by Daniel Pipes. I have never read this book, but I read about its great flaws in the book "Man's Search For Meaning". It has some real psychological and psychological shocks to the brain. The interviews with the depositors is very interesting, and the results are the real story. I have not read the book "Adam Smith: Man's Search For Freedom" but I have heard the interview of Paul Solman, who is the professor of economics at Cornell University. He speaks about the book by comparing it with the book "Adam Smith: Man's Search For Freedom". I heard Solman interviewed in a lecture at Cornell University. This professor is a big influence for me. There is a lot of video footage that I have found. I have watched all the videos and I can say that the whole story is impressive and is filmed very well. I will try to watch all the videos that I can find. Thank you. After reading the above I am still thinking about all the things I learned. I want to share this with all of my friends. I am trying to teach my husband and my daughter about the effects of what men do to other men. Also I am trying to keep my father in touch with his son. I think that he has changed after reading this book. I think it is very important for men to understand the harm that they do to each other, especially their daughters.
Thursday, 11 Jun 2020 03:07

I thoroughly enjoyed this movie. It's a story about a young man named Jeffrey. He's a fairly typical teen, who's hardly ever been the only man in his entire life, but he's always had to deal with guys the other way around. He's a pretty popular boy, and doesn't seem to care too much if the other guys like him or not. He's got a girlfriend, who has always known that he's an outsider to her own kind. Their relationship is tested by one of their classmates, and by the ideas of her schoolmates. Jeff's father has his doubts, and Jeff starts to become increasingly uncomfortable with his father's reactions. For this reason, he goes off to college to study cooking, and on the other side of the film, Jeffrey starts to get interested in cooking. It's a relationship that gets colder than usual. At first, he doesn't really seem interested, but as time passes by, he gets more and more interested, and begins to slowly learn how to cook. This new knowledge doesn't change him in any way, but it gives him a new way of thinking. He continues to learn new things, and as a result, he changes, too. His new food has a way of making him think differently about his love for his dad, and his love for cooking. He's much more open-minded about relationships and becomes more aware of how much he has to learn from them. His dad gets jealous of his new skills, and he does everything he can to destroy them, but as the film goes on, he starts to learn more about himself, and his dad. For this reason, he eventually becomes very open-minded. I think it was good that it showed the development of Jeffrey, rather than a typical romantic relationship between two "perfect" people. It didn't portray Jeffrey in a selfish way, and that he was never too self-centered, but it made him more open-minded about himself. This definitely was a good, mature movie. It was very well done. I didn't like how everything was really fast-paced, but that was actually a positive point. I think that was actually a good thing. I liked the way it was kept straight-forward, without getting into the complicated issues of friendship, or social studies. This was a nice change, because a lot of movies these days are filled with these complicated issues, that have been pushed all the way to the end. I was able to concentrate on what was going on, instead of constantly looking at the screen, trying to figure out how the characters were going to solve this or that. I didn't mind that the movie wasn't all-inclusive, either. I don't think it needed to go into every little detail. It wasn't trying to fill in everything, and there were enough things to tell the story without it. It was very strong, and very well-done. A lot of movies that I have seen, that I have tried to help me get through on a level of understanding, have left me feeling like they were just wrong. I have tried, and I have been wrong. This movie was perfect, and I would definitely recommend it to anyone. This movie was definitely one of the best movies I have seen this year, and I'm going to see it again.


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