Steve Carell Movie Analysis

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c nudity to a whole store full of customers. In fact, the negative emotions he still feels towards his ex-girlfriend eventually cause him to get suspended from the sale floor.
I. Movie Opinion The writer of the script for this movie was the main character Steve Carell who plays Andy in the movie. Steve wrote this script to be a funny point of view on what it is like for a guy to try and lose his virginity. The movie’s main setting area is done within the characters workplace so to make it a believable scenario, Steve had to write in behaviors and situations that are the common experience for people that work. When he creates the personalities of the different characters, he is showing how people’s behaviors is a strong indicator on what kind of employees they will be at work. Not to
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They often talk negatively about the company they work for but refuse to look for another job. It is not surprising that when stressors at work and in their personal life collide, they lose their composure and act inappropriately. The same way that Jay threatens another customer, and David almost gets fired for public nudity. Steve Carell used this common experiences that people have at work to connect us to his movie, so he could paint a picture we all could relate to. On the other hand, I think the movie could have been improved by having the boss of their work be more of a professional supervisor rather than someone who showed negative work behaviors too. She could have tried to implement an effective work design model that increased work satisfaction as well as work performance. Steve could have added this into the movie and put a funny spin to the character’s experience of their boss trying to make their work a better place. This added feature would have given the movie a more realistic familiarity with a movie largely based at work. All things considered, I would recommend

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