History Film / WorkingGirl

10th Aug '17 10:51:36 PM DrOO7
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* FoodSlap: Incensed at the lewd advances a potential employer makes to her, Tess shakes up a bottle of champagne and sprays him with it.
6th Aug '17 10:32:05 PM DrOO7
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* FaceDeathWithDignity: "Firing", rather, but Katherine responds to Trask chewing her out by calmly telling him that she won't be spoken to like that and stalking into her office.
6th Aug '17 10:21:40 PM DrOO7
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* OhCrap: Katherine's expression when Trask asks her how she came up with the idea for the merger, which she can't do, because it wasn't.
14th Jul '17 9:23:57 AM DrOO7
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* YourCheatingHeart: Tess walks in on boyfriend Mick with a local girl. And Jack technically cheats on Katherine with her--while he tells Tess that he's been planning to break up with her, he's still involved with her when he and Tess sleep together.
1st Jul '17 11:07:14 PM DrOO7
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* BridalCarry: Jack scoops Tess into his arms and carries her off to his bedroom.
17th Jun '17 6:11:57 AM NWolfman
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''Working Girl'' was one of the more financially successful and critically acclaimed comedies of 1988. It was nominated for six Oscars: Best Actress for Melanie Griffith, Best Supporting Actress for both Joan Cusack and Sigourney Weaver, Best Director for Mike Nichols, and Best Picture. Music/CarlySimon won the Best Original Song Oscar for "Let the River Run". The film also won four Golden Globes, with Griffith and Weaver each winning for acting, Simon for her song, and the movie as a whole for Best Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical. The movie also inspired a short-lived 1990 NBC sitcom of the same name, starring none other than Creator/SandraBullock as Tess [=McGill=]. A ScreenToStageAdaptation, with music my Music/CindyLauper, was announced in 2017.

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''Working Girl'' was one of the more financially successful and critically acclaimed comedies of 1988. It was nominated for six Oscars: Best Actress for Melanie Griffith, Best Supporting Actress for both Joan Cusack and Sigourney Weaver, Best Director for Mike Nichols, and Best Picture. Music/CarlySimon won the Best Original Song Oscar for "Let the River Run". The film also won four Golden Globes, with Griffith and Weaver each winning for acting, Simon for her song, and the movie as a whole for Best Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical. The movie also inspired a short-lived 1990 NBC sitcom of the same name, starring none other than Creator/SandraBullock as Tess [=McGill=]. A ScreenToStageAdaptation, with music my Music/CindyLauper, Music/CyndiLauper, was announced in 2017.
17th Jun '17 6:11:41 AM NWolfman
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''Working Girl'' was one of the more financially successful and critically acclaimed comedies of 1988. It was nominated for six Oscars: Best Actress for Melanie Griffith, Best Supporting Actress for both Joan Cusack and Sigourney Weaver, Best Director for Mike Nichols, and Best Picture. Music/CarlySimon won the Best Original Song Oscar for "Let the River Run". The film also won four Golden Globes, with Griffith and Weaver each winning for acting, Simon for her song, and the movie as a whole for Best Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical. The movie also inspired a short-lived 1990 NBC sitcom of the same name, starring none other than Creator/SandraBullock as Tess [=McGill=].

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''Working Girl'' was one of the more financially successful and critically acclaimed comedies of 1988. It was nominated for six Oscars: Best Actress for Melanie Griffith, Best Supporting Actress for both Joan Cusack and Sigourney Weaver, Best Director for Mike Nichols, and Best Picture. Music/CarlySimon won the Best Original Song Oscar for "Let the River Run". The film also won four Golden Globes, with Griffith and Weaver each winning for acting, Simon for her song, and the movie as a whole for Best Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical. The movie also inspired a short-lived 1990 NBC sitcom of the same name, starring none other than Creator/SandraBullock as Tess [=McGill=].
[=McGill=]. A ScreenToStageAdaptation, with music my Music/CindyLauper, was announced in 2017.
23rd Jan '17 12:22:17 AM NWolfman
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Referred to [[WesternAnimation/BobsBurgers in some circles]] as the "sassy sister film to ''Film/DieHard''."

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Referred to [[WesternAnimation/BobsBurgers in some circles]] as Some say]] it's the "sassy sister film to ''Film/DieHard''."
6th Dec '16 11:09:56 PM NWolfman
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It often considered the "sassy sister film to ''Film/DieHard''." [[WesternAnimation/BobsBurgers In some circles]].

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It often considered Referred to [[WesternAnimation/BobsBurgers in some circles]] as the "sassy sister film to ''Film/DieHard''." [[WesternAnimation/BobsBurgers In some circles]].
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6th Dec '16 9:31:36 PM NWolfman
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* TheOner: The movie opens on a long unbroken helicopter shot circling the Statue of Liberty to right outside the window on the Staten Island Ferry, with a match cut to a tracking shot of the packed ferry and finally ending where Tess and Cyn are sitting.
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