A fun, family-friendly festival is coming to Wicklow this summer
A fun, family-friendly festival is coming to Wicklow this summer

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Coleen Rooney and Rebekah Vardy: Could it all boil down to a pound of flesh?
Coleen Rooney and Rebekah Vardy: Could it all boil down to a pound of flesh?

Sarah Finnan

PODCAST: Melanie Morris & Sinead McSweeney: Episode 9
PODCAST: Melanie Morris & Sinead McSweeney: Episode 9

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Five of the very best outdoor food experiences coming up across Ireland
Five of the very best outdoor food experiences coming up across Ireland

Sarah Gill

5 lesser-known romantic getaways around Ireland that will get your heart racing
5 lesser-known romantic getaways around Ireland that will get your heart racing

Sarah Gill

Bedroom in need of a refresh? Gorgeous bedsheets are the easy update that will look good all year round
Bedroom in need of a refresh? Gorgeous bedsheets are the easy update that will look...

Megan Burns

Monthlies: The customisable Irish period subscription box helping you ‘own your flow’
Monthlies: The customisable Irish period subscription box helping you ‘own your flow’

Sarah Finnan

The finest female-owned businesses selling corsets fit for a princess
The finest female-owned businesses selling corsets fit for a princess

Sarah Gill

This newly-renovated family home with lots of garden space is on the market for €312,500
This newly-renovated family home with lots of garden space is on the market for €312,500

Sarah Finnan

Venting, oversharing, or straight up trauma dumping — when does confiding in friends turn toxic?
Venting, oversharing, or straight up trauma dumping — when does confiding in friends turn toxic?

Sarah Gill

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Watch: Anna Kendrick’s New Movie ‘Get A Job’ Is Scarily Familiar


By IMAGE
04th Feb 2016
Watch: Anna Kendrick’s New Movie ‘Get A Job’ Is Scarily Familiar

The trailer for Anna Kendrick’s new movie ‘Get A Job’ has surfaced online and we reckon this is a role, toward which many millennials will relate. Not only will it take you back to the time when you lived on microwavable noodles and alco-pops, it will also recall the familiar in anyone who’s ever taken a leap of faith into the unknown. Starring opposite Hollywood’s most sought-after young male actor right now, Miles Teller, the two appear as college graduates in love who find it a lot more difficult to land their dream jobs,and maintain their fun-filled lives than they’d expected. In short, adulthood can kind of suck, especially if you’re working around the clock as an intern with no hope of securing full-time employment, all the while having seemingly insurmountable financial debt hanging over your head before you’ve even earned a paycheck. Stress city. And on top of all of this, you’re now in a world where potential employers can go straight to your social media profiles to suss out what you’re really like, which spells nothing but trouble for quite a few of us. Of course this horribly realistic story is told with plenty of sweetness and comedy, courtesy of our two lead actors as well as Alison Brie, Bryan Cranston, John Cho and more.

Enjoy!