So Funny that you'll cry laughing!
What a combination of great talent in this cast and that includes Oscar
nominees Lily Tomlin and Dolly Parton with 2-time Oscar winner Jane
Fonda and Dabney Coleman playing their despicable boss. Remember when
typewriters were the computers of our time and on every office desktop
imaginable. Anyway, I liked Peggy Pope and Marian Mercer as well but
you can't top Tomlin as divorced mother of four Viola, Dolly's Doralee
happily married to a country singer, and Jane's Judy who is not always
goody two shoes. The three women become friends and smoke a joint after
their boss played brilliantly by Dabney Coleman. I think the cast just
had such a grand old time making this movie that there is still talk of
a reunion and the four major cast members reunited last year for Jane's
charity benefit in Atlanta, Georgia. I loved the scenes where they
imagined giving Hart played by Coleman, a taste of his own medicine.
The kidnapping is also worth watching as well. I can't forget Sterling
Hayden. This comedy is one of the all-time classic comedies especially
about working environments and women's rights. When these three women
take charge, they make changes that brought differences to the working
place where their employees became better people which means happier
employees. I guarantee if you are an employer and you want a productive
environment, you have to have a happy working staff regardless of the
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9to5 is a great movie. I really like the funny parts Smokey Mountain Christams is also great beautiful scenery.
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This movie is a true classis. Dolly Lilly and Jane are AMAZING!!.
This is definitely a movie that will make you laugh over and over again!.
Cheesy 80s fun!
"Nine To Five" is one of those classic 80s comedies which was what made the
decade so fun as far as movies go. Jane Fonda plays Judy, a recently
divorced housewife who lands a secretarial job at a corporate office. Lily
Tomlin is Violet, the beleagured supervisor at the office who shows Judy the
ropes on her disasterous first day. Dolly Parton is Doralee, a secretary
whom everyone at the office thinks is using her - ahem - "assets" to get
ahead by sleeping with the boss.
Soon these three become best friends and team up after they've gotten fed up
with their chauvinistic and smarmy boss Mr. Hart, played to the hilt by
Dabney Coleman. Sure, it does delve into zany corniness, such as the scene
where they all get high on pot and share their fantasies about how each of
them would like to knock off the boss (the funniest is Violet's "Snow White"
coffee one, which uses cartoon animation and live action) or the scene where
Violet thinks she accidentally poisoned Mr. Hart's coffee with rat poison
and tries to steal his supposed dead corpse out of the hospital! This is the
kind of movie where you check your brain at the door and take it for what it
There are some great one-liners like the one where Fonda tells her
ex-husband, who thinks she's having a kinky S&M affair with Mr. Hart,
something along the lines of, "If I want to do M&M's, that's fine with me!"
The office they work in is reminiscent of the one in "The Apartment". Three
very clever characters, great comedic acting from Parton as Doralee and
Tomlin as Violet. Jane Fonda, who I never cared much for, was good as the
naive Judy. Sterling Hayden has a great cameo at the end as the "Chairman of
the Board". A funny revenge comedy about Every Office, U.S.A.. You gotta
love the theme song, too. Most recommended!.