10 Corporations in Movies You Would Never Want to Work for Comments - Mania.com


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boxker 6/16/2010 12:40:41 PM

I just finished playing resident evil 2 again, (it's been a long time) and I'm thinking that Umbrella should be number 1.

DarthDuck 6/16/2010 1:43:45 PM

Planet Express

lracors 6/16/2010 2:26:13 PM

I would argue that Umbrella Corp should be #1 since the entire world has been turned to crap because of them... Even Wayland -Yutani hasn't topped that feat.

Of course there are numerous film instances of the "Government" being the worst to work for, but probably the ultimate horrifying "Government" run job was from 1984.

Wyldstaar 6/16/2010 2:27:30 PM

Mooby International from Dogma and Clerks II.

Miner49er 6/16/2010 2:33:47 PM

Biosyn - they were only hinted at in the first Jurassic Park movie, but had a bigger role in Crichton's 2nd book. Unfortunately, the Biosyn storyline was completely changed for The Lost World movie.

death4sale 6/16/2010 3:40:08 PM

USR or U.S. Robotics from I, Robot.

death4sale 6/16/2010 3:52:43 PM

N.W.A. (Neighborhood Watch Alliance) - Hot Fuzz

krathwardroid 6/16/2010 4:31:34 PM


Con Am 27 from Outland

Tri-Oceanic Corp from Leviathan

MenTel Corporation from Fortress 

Replacement Technologies from The 6th Day

Pearce & Pearce from American Psycho 

Jackson Steinem & Co. from Wall Street

Bromley Marks from Daybreakers

ENCOM from Tron

Yes, Oscorp was part of Spider-Man and yes it was Hammer Industries in Iron Man 2. I saw The Stuff a long time ago, but don't remember the name of the company. Never really watched The Pelican Brief all the way through and I can just barely recall Glenn Talbot's weapons manufacturing company in Hulk. I think it starts with a T.

DayDrumFour 6/16/2010 4:38:18 PM

Fun topic. These are great lists.

Both the original 10, and all the additions.

In all fairness, some of these companies are pretty good employers when you think about it.

Maybe that's another list...


SONYMANswallows 6/16/2010 4:56:57 PM

krath thanks again,

Pelican Brief is awesome and a kind of remake of ALL THE PRESIDENTS MEN. Same director and and the story is similar. Except in Pelican Brief people are getting killed because of what they are doing without the president knowing. In ALL THE PRESIDENTS MEN  no one gets killed but Nixon knows everything.


S-MART in Army of darkness but I would work Ash in a heartbeat. Hopefully I would get my own boom stick and not need to have my hand chopped off.

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