History Film / InTheCompanyOfMen

10th May '17 10:36:50 AM CosmicFerret
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''In the Company of Men'' is a cult 1990s independent black comedy/drama film written and directed by Neil [=LaBute=] and starring Aaron Eckhart and Matt Molloy.

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''In the Company of Men'' is a cult 1990s independent black comedy/drama film written and directed by Neil [=LaBute=] and starring Aaron Eckhart Creator/AaronEckhart and Matt Molloy.



** Though to be fair Aaron Eckhart himself stated that Chad would end up in rehab ten years later, and sociopaths do tend to burn out (he would have amassed a reputation for sadism and hurting others and now no one will trust him). So even if Karma doesn't get him in the film it may catch up to him eventually.

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** Though to be fair Aaron Eckhart Creator/AaronEckhart himself stated that Chad would end up in rehab ten years later, and sociopaths do tend to burn out (he would have amassed a reputation for sadism and hurting others and now no one will trust him). So even if Karma doesn't get him in the film it may catch up to him eventually.
19th Jan '17 7:52:44 PM Mdumas43073
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'''''In the Company of Men''''' is a cult 1990s independent black comedy/drama film written and directed by Neil [=LaBute=] and starring Aaron Eckhart and Matt Molloy. It tells the story of two {{Jerkass}} co-workers, Chad and Howard, who have recently been dumped by their respective girlfriend and fiancée, seeking revenge against the female gender. So Chad cooks up a scheme that involves going out with and baiting an insecure young deaf woman, then breaking up with her and emotionally destroying her. Noted for its extremely realistic and casual portrayal of misogyny and its dark character study, the film received good reviews and won the Filmmakers Trophy at the Sundance Film Festival.

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'''''In ''In the Company of Men''''' Men'' is a cult 1990s independent black comedy/drama film written and directed by Neil [=LaBute=] and starring Aaron Eckhart and Matt Molloy. Molloy.

It tells the story of two {{Jerkass}} co-workers, Chad (Eckhart) and Howard, Howard (Molloy), who have recently been dumped by their respective girlfriend and fiancée, seeking revenge against the female gender. So Chad cooks up a scheme that involves going out with and baiting an insecure young deaf woman, coworker named Christine (Stacy Edwards), then breaking up with her and emotionally destroying her. Noted for its extremely realistic and casual portrayal of misogyny and its dark character study, the film received good reviews and won the Filmmakers Trophy at the Sundance Film Festival.Festival.



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15th Oct '16 8:29:22 PM Fireblood
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* DisabledCharacterDisabledActor: {{Averted}}. Deaf character Christine is portrayed by hearing actress Stacey Edwards.
4th Oct '15 11:26:37 PM Scoutstr295
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** Though to be fair the actor himself stated that Chad would end in Rehab 10 years later, and sociopaths do tend to burn out (he amasses a reputation for sadism and hurting others and now no one will trust him. So even if Karma doesn't get him in the film it may catch up to him eventually.

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** Though to be fair the actor Aaron Eckhart himself stated that Chad would end up in Rehab 10 rehab ten years later, and sociopaths do tend to burn out (he amasses would have amassed a reputation for sadism and hurting others and now no one will trust him.him). So even if Karma doesn't get him in the film it may catch up to him eventually.
4th Oct '15 11:22:19 PM Scoutstr295
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'''''In the Company of Men''''' is a cult 1990s independent black comedy/drama film written and directed by Creator/NeilLaBute and starring Aaron Eckhart and Matt Molloy. It tells the story of two {{Jerkass}} co-workers, Chad and Howard, who have recently been dumped by their respective girlfriend and fiancée, seeking revenge against the female gender. So Chad cooks up a scheme that involves going out with and baiting an insecure young deaf woman, then breaking up with her and emotionally destroying her. Noted for its extremely realistic and casual portrayal of misogyny and its dark character study, the film received good reviews and won the Filmmakers Trophy at the Sundance Film Festival.

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'''''In the Company of Men''''' is a cult 1990s independent black comedy/drama film written and directed by Creator/NeilLaBute Neil [=LaBute=] and starring Aaron Eckhart and Matt Molloy. It tells the story of two {{Jerkass}} co-workers, Chad and Howard, who have recently been dumped by their respective girlfriend and fiancée, seeking revenge against the female gender. So Chad cooks up a scheme that involves going out with and baiting an insecure young deaf woman, then breaking up with her and emotionally destroying her. Noted for its extremely realistic and casual portrayal of misogyny and its dark character study, the film received good reviews and won the Filmmakers Trophy at the Sundance Film Festival.
23rd Jan '15 8:32:16 PM Fireblood
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* DisabledCharacterAbledActor: Deaf character Christine is portrayed by hearing actress Stacey Edwards.

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* DisabledCharacterAbledActor: DisabledCharacterDisabledActor: {{Averted}}. Deaf character Christine is portrayed by hearing actress Stacey Edwards.



* KarmaHoudini: [[spoiler: Chad got away scot-free]]

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* KarmaHoudini: [[spoiler: Chad got away scot-free]]scot-free.]]
24th Dec '14 7:27:22 PM BaronTiger
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* AlasPoorVillain: Despite all the stuff Howard does over the course of the film, it's pretty hard not to feel sorry for him at the end when [[spoiler:Chad betrays him, gets him demoted at work, and drives him and Christine to depression]]. Unlike his partner, he DID have redeeming qualities, and a FreudianExcuse. Worse, Howard seemed to be about to make a HeelFaceTurn.
1st Oct '14 10:15:49 PM garfield2710
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* TheBadGuyWins: Not only does [[spoiler: Chad emotionally cripple poor Christine as per the original plan, but he also destroys his "friend's" life as an added bonus]] and he [[KarmaHoudini is the only character who makes it out of the film content and happy.]]
17th Mar '14 1:36:56 PM m8e
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'''''In the Company of Men''''' is a cult 1990s independent black comedy/drama film written and directed by Neil Labute and starring Aaron Eckhart and Matt Molloy. It tells the story of two {{Jerkass}} co-workers, Chad and Howard, who have recently been dumped by their respective girlfriend and fiancée, seeking revenge against the female gender. So Chad cooks up a scheme that involves going out with and baiting an insecure young deaf woman, then breaking up with her and emotionally destroying her. Noted for its extremely realistic and casual portrayal of misogyny and its dark character study, the film received good reviews and won the Filmmakers Trophy at the Sundance Film Festival.

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'''''In the Company of Men''''' is a cult 1990s independent black comedy/drama film written and directed by Neil Labute Creator/NeilLaBute and starring Aaron Eckhart and Matt Molloy. It tells the story of two {{Jerkass}} co-workers, Chad and Howard, who have recently been dumped by their respective girlfriend and fiancée, seeking revenge against the female gender. So Chad cooks up a scheme that involves going out with and baiting an insecure young deaf woman, then breaking up with her and emotionally destroying her. Noted for its extremely realistic and casual portrayal of misogyny and its dark character study, the film received good reviews and won the Filmmakers Trophy at the Sundance Film Festival.
29th May '13 10:43:01 PM ChelseaLuckie
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* DisabledCharacterAbledActor: Deaf character Christine is portrayed by hearing actress Stacey Edwards.
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