Bill: They hate that I'm working at their bank. I hate that I'm working at their bank.
Meet Bill is a perfect example that an exemplary cast can't hold up a movie that is without good material. The cast is great: Aaron Eckart, Elizabeth Banks, Timothy Olyphant, Holmes Osborne, ...
A henpecked husband locked in a dead-end job attempts to reclaim his life with a little help from a self-assured teen and a pretty lingerie sales girl in this bittersweet romantic comedy starring Aaro... read more
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December 6, 2009
Pleasant enough age crisis comedy that veers off course but Aaron Eckhart is good in the lead and keeps it on track as much as possible.
November 21, 2009
Jessica Alba, Elizabeth Banks, Aaron Eckhart
A guy fed up with his job and married to a cheating wife reluctantly mentors a rebellious teen.
Great comedy. Really liked this movie a lot. I was laughing one mom...
June 14, 2009
Hmm.. it was okay...not great, but okay. I could have done without the drug stuff, and the ending was a little too up in the air, but it had it's moments. Jessica Alba and Elizabeth Banks are both very good. I certainly wouldn't advise anyone to go out of their way to see it, tho...
December 1, 2008
Timothy Olyphant and Jessica Alba could've easily ruined this movie for me, but they were surprisingly tolerable. Olyphant played the only believable role he ever plays -- a douchebag. That Logan Lerman kid, however, reminds me of the kid in Charlie Bartlett and should be in more...
August 29, 2008
I laughed, I cringed. It's like American Beauty got turned into a comedy, but without the brain splattering. Aaron Eckhart is my new hero. I really enjoyed it, but near the end it had some over exaggerated drug scenes and some 'moral of the story' elements.
August 1, 2008
The movie has no point its just a wannabe comedy-self improving rich guy with a slut wife that just wants to follow his dream. A guy fed up with his job and married to a cheating wife reluctantly mentors a rebellious teen
May 20, 2008
Aaron Eckhart's performance is the only thing that kept this film intact until the end. He plays Bill, a down-and-out 30 something guy who works for the father of his wife. He reluctantly takes a kid under his wing and be his mentor.
He was supposed to teach the kid about lif...
January 21, 2009
I hated this movie. NOT a fan of Aaron Eckhart or Elizabeth Banks.
July 7, 2008
Midlife crisis dramedy has few laughs, not very likeable characters, and no real drive.
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