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We'll keep the giveaway open until Tuesday, October 13th, 2009. The winner will be contacted by E-Mail!
In Management, it's lust at first sight for laid-back motel night manager Mike (Zahn) when Sue (Aniston), an uptight sales rep, checks in. Convinced that Sue is his dream girl, Mike shakes up his slacker life in an outrageous pursuit across the country. But can he steal her away from her hot-tempered boyfriend (Woody Harrelson)? Both Mike and Sue must go on their own twisted journeys to find out if what they really need is each other.
According to the distributor's web site, the DVD contains the following special features:
- Commentary with Steve Zahn and Director Stephen Belber
- Deleted scenes
- Gag Reel
The studio sent over some snippets of reviews for the movie:
"A Sweet rom-com with big laughs." — Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times
"Gloriously funny… Zahn and Aniston are at the top of their game." — Paul Fischer, Dark Horizons
"Jennifer Aniston gives the best performance of her career." — Dan Jewel, Life & Style
"An absurdist comedy…with a generosity of spirit." — Stephen Holden, The New York Times
"A Rare Romantic Comedy… with its heart in the right place." — Betsy Sharkey, Los Angeles Times
"A delightfully screwball romantic comedy." — Michael O’Sullivan, The Washington Post
"A likably oddball romantic comedy." — Steven Rea, Philadelphia Inquirer
If you're interested in finding out more about the movie, please see the Photo Galleries page and the Trailers & Videos page, as well as the Information Page, which contains links to the official web site, the IMDb, and much more!
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