Based on 11 Critics
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  • Matti and Yamamoto aren't reinventing any wheels here, and many of the dialogue scenes operate on a functionally prosaic level. On the Job takes off into a different stratosphere, however, when the emphasis is on visuals and movement. show more

  • A sturdy and sophisticated crime drama from the Philippines that takes a pretty gruesome situation and enriches its presentation with lots of human detail. show more

  • On the Job feels marinated in hardscrabble reality. Action scenes throughout are unnervingly frenetic, with the tension amplified by the sheer density of the crowds. show more

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  • December 27, 2013 atdonces
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    Mongo see movie. Mongo like movie.

  • September 29, 2013 DallasLasVegas
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    A sub-titled movie based on corruption in the Phillipines. I wonder who cares? A long two hour movie of reading sub titles. Some action, some drama and not a happy ending. Maybe it is about the art?