Der frustrierte Bankmanager Bill hat endgültig die Nase voll, als er herausfindet, dass seine Frau ihn mit einem Lokalreporter betrügt. Bill beschließt sein Leben. Der Bänker Bill sitzt in der Patsche: Seine Frau hat eine Affäre und sein Kollegen nehmen ihn auch nicht ernst. Doch dann trifft er den Teenager Kid und wird sein Mentor, was sein Leben in ungeahnte Bahnen schwenkt. Meet Bill jetzt legal online anschauen. Der Film ist aktuell bei Amazon, iTunes, Google Play, Videobuster, Pantaflix, maxdome verfügbar. Der Bankangestellte. Meet Bill, a doormat if ever there was one. A man reduced to a mere accessory to his family, working a dead end job at his father-in law's bank and arguing his. Meet Bill. (60)IMDb 6,21 Std. 29 Min Der Bankangestellte Bill steckt bis zum Hemdkragen in der Midlife Crisis. Sein Job macht keinen Spaß mehr, seine. Der Bänker Bill sitzt in der Patsche: Seine Frau hat eine Affäre und sein Kollegen nehmen ihn auch nicht ernst. Doch dann trifft er den Teenager Kid und wird sein Mentor, was sein Leben in ungeahnte Bahnen schwenkt.
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Probably not. But it delivers a style of comedy not found often these days, and if you connect with the style and the story, you will definitely like this movie.
MBunge 3 September This movie is like someone standing on a beach watching a man drown 6 feet from shore where, instead of throwing the drowning man a life preserver, the sadistic watcher throws him a series of concrete blocks.
Aaron Eckhart is the drowning man, desperately trying to save himself and this film, while the insipid script and lifeless direction of Meet Bill keep dragging him down.
Bill Aaron Eckhart is less a character and more a collection of characteristics. He's got a pot belly and a bad haircut. He has his job only because he married his boss' daughter, even though his boss treats him more like an intern than an executive.
He's got a gay brother and a serious candy addiction. I guess this mix of common and quirky traits is supposed to make the audience empathize and identify with Bill, but he's really just an annoying and self-pitying shmuck.
Bill is unhappy with his life and dreams of trading in his job at his father-in-law's bank for running his own doughnut shop. Then, two things happen.
First, Bill is roped into being a mentor to a high school kid Logan Lerman. Second, Bill finds out his wife Jessica Elizabeth Banks is cheating on him.
Let me digress for a moment. The high school kid in Bill doesn't have a name and is, in fact, listed in the credits only as "The Kid". If you ever write a screenplay, on behalf of everyone who might ever read it, I beg you to please, please, please give all of your characters actual names.
You might think it's cute and clever to have one just be called "The Kid" or something, but it's not. It's stupid and aggravating.
People, whether close friends or relative strangers, call each other by their names all the time and it's both very noticeable and irritating when a script goes out of its way to avoid that.
I don't care if you think the character being nameless has some thematic significance. It's just dumb. Returning to the movie, Bill freaks out when he discovers Jessica is sleeping with a cheesy local news anchor.
He beats the guy up and gets thrown in jail. Bill also moves out of his own huge house and into his gay brother's equally huge home.
He hangs out with The Kid, who tries to help Bill loosen up and enjoy life. Bill also takes up swimming and keeps trying to finagle his way into owning that doughnut shop.
There's also a sex tape, a big party where everything goes wrong and a pointless subplot where The Kid keeps hitting on this lingerie store clerk Jessica Alba.
Not that hitting on Jessica Alba is pointless, but it serves absolutely no purpose in the story. The things that happen in this movie either don't make sense or you don't care about them if they do.
How does a dorky loser like Bill end up with a woman who looks like the incredibly appealing Elizabeth Banks? There's no explanation of what Jessica could have ever seen in him.
When we find out Jessica is cheating on Bill, there's no emotional impact to it because if you were married to a pathetic non-entity like Bill, you'd probably cheat on him too.
There's absolutely no reason or explanation for why The Kid makes such enormous efforts to attach himself to Bill and try and help him out, like an overexcited hybrid of Ferris Bueller and Jiminy Cricket, and The Kid is so theatrically irreverent that you just want Bill to smack him.
The story also connects Bill's growth as a human being to him shaving off his body hair, which is just odd. This movie is completely uninvolving, even though Aaron Eckhart is working as hard in this film as I've ever seen any performer work in anything.
He does everything but drop trou and show us his Little Eckhart to make us laugh or feel ANYTHING about Bill. All of his efforts, however, are smothered by the relentlessly limp work of these filmmakers.
Unless you enjoy watching a drowning man being thrown cement blocks, there's nothing in Meet Bill for anyone to enjoy. There's really no way so screw it, I'll be blunt.
WHO DOES THAT??? I literally came away from this wondering if emasculation was an intentional theme here. It's like watching this man get kicked in the balls for an hour and a half just to pull himself together apparently by losing his gut and getting a haircut , give farewell hugs and kisses to all the ball-kickers and we're supposed to applaud this as his triumph.
I spent the whole movie saying to myself "I know a woman wrote this I know a woman wrote this Wrote AND co-directed! Am I the only one who feels this way?
Or maybe I'm missing the point. If I am, maybe someone could help me understand. Because I can't imagine any man who would think this "works".
And I can think of quite a few women who would agree. This is a bad movie. Plot makes no sense. Why did Bill shave himself?
Horribly horribly uncomfortable to watch. Bill and the kid entertain two babes in a tent. And we are led to believe that there is sex involved, and the next morning the kid is there in his underwear.
So, they had an orgy? A 40 year old, 15 year old kid and two babes? The dialogue is cringe inducing Kid: You suck.
Bill: You suck. Lucy: You both suck. Me: Facepalm Skip this one. I thought this movie was utterly terrible.
It was completely unoriginal and there were so many superfluous characters and scenes that is was just ridiculous. What as the Jessica Alba character supposed to be?
What was she supposed to add? The Kid character was pretty pointless also. There was an endless series of scenes that, I assume, were supposed to be funny, but added nothing to the narrative.
There is this whole subplot where we are supposed to imagine that the Kid and Alba might have some romantic chemistry, but it is just ludicrous.
Also, one of the major plot points is Bill trying to win back his wife. However, we never get a sense of why he would want to do this.
After all, she is uniformly terrible to him throughout the movie, and he doesn't seem that into her, until it's convenient for the plot.
If they had taken out some of the more pointless scenes especially the one with the Kid dancing around in women's underwear--what was that about?
Aaron Eckhart is a very talented actor, and did the best with the story he had. However, there was no saving this train wreck. I would say that it would benefit from better editing, but in all honesty, it would have to be edited to the point of non-existence to be improved.
Largely, this movie seemed like a low-rent, cheap rehash of some of the themes from American Beauty, without any of the depth, humour, or intelligence.
They had the repressed husband attempting to break free, the bitchy adulterous wife, and drug dealing rebellious teenage boy. What a waste of time, and in Eckhart's case, talent.
I attended the World Premiere of "Bill" at the Toronto International Film Festival. That fact alone is actually surprising to me, as my viewing habits tend to lean towards dramas, and this is anything but.
In fact, festivals this year have been weighed down by heavy films that are about as dark as they come.