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  • Actors: Zach Galifianakis, Judy Greer, Mia Maestro, Missi Pyle, James LeGros
  • Directors: Jared Drake
  • Format: Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Virgil Films and Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: July 21, 2009
  • Run Time: 95 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (51 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002935GI2
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #321,991 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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George Washington Winsterhammerman lives an ordinary life. He has a wife, a kid, a house and a boat. Every day George gets in his minivan and goes to work as a Level Three Tunt at the Jeffers Corporation, the largest and most profitable corporation in the history of mankind. It is an utterly comfortable life, but when people around George begin exploding, he fears he might be next. Starring comedian Zach Galifiankis featured in 2009 blockbuster hits Hangover, G Force, and Youth in Revolt. Supporting cast includes Judy Greer (27 New Dresses), D.W. Moffet (Friday Night Lights) and James Le Gros Vantage Point). Supported by a national online viral marketing and PR campaign targeting blogs and websites catering to comedy lovers and cast fans.

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This would have been a very thought provoking short film.
Charlie
The movie has no idea where to go, flops around like a fish out of water for far too long, and the ending is predictable, abrupt, and unsatisfying.
John Webb
I think it also tells a very good perspective about how to deal with stress in our everyday lives.
Richard Witt

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By rtccomposer on July 5, 2013
Format: Amazon Instant Video
I am confused by many of the negative reviews - the plot line was tight, unified and engaging. The sound quality, underscoring and music is exceptional. The story far from loses its way, but hits its stride as life truly falls apart around the main characters. An invisible son and hippie brother? De rigueur now days. Corporate mind control? Check. Late capitalism has its perils, and the reviews here seem to show that only some of us are ready. Of course, the fact that I am reviewing this on Amazon means you should most likely ignore it anyway. Anyone who reads contemporary philosophy will draw (most likely intentional) parallels between Zizek's warnings on Utopian Dreaming, to his quoting of Christ's "they know now what they do" or sexual plague in "A Plague of Fantasies" in late capitalism. Baudrillard's vision is presented here without nostalgia - perhaps unrecognized by the Matrix lovers (Baudrillard's visions are more appealing when taking red or blue pills, I suppose). This is wonderful filmmaking, pure and simple. I commend the cast (many of whom I love for their dark and equally insane projects from Archer to Arrested Development). Well done.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By JB on November 23, 2011
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Well, I won't go so far as to say that George Washington Winsterhammerman is the 21st century Sam Lowry. But I loved the understated insanity spiked with corporate nothingisms and friendly Jeffers logo salutes. Imagine Wes Anderson reworking Equilibrium. The wheels do come off the wagon a bit at the end. Seemed like someone realized they only had 10 more minutes left and started gluing together sweepings from the editing room floor. If you're looking for the Will Farrell style over-the-top silliness, this may not be your best choice. But I thought this was perfectly weird and charming.
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As Jared Drake's "Visioneers" establishes its bleak portrait of the corporate world in a dystopian future, I loved the idea and premise behind the enterprise. Low-key, mundane, and loaded with banal monotony, the work day that Zach Galifianakis and his colleagues must endure as office drones is brought to life with exquisitely uncomfortable awkwardness. As the DVD cover suggests a marriage of Mike Judge's "Office Space" with Terry Gilliam's "Brazil", it seems a relatively apt comparison from the film world--but Ray Bradbury's "Fahrenheit 451" also seems to be a relevant influence. But taking these great cues and starting with a winning hand, it soon becomes clear (especially in the film's second half) that the screenplay really doesn't know where to go. It's a shame, too--I was rooting for this to be a little undiscovered gem--but I started watching this with three friends and by the end, only I remained. Billed as a black comedy, anyone expecting a riotous and laugh-out-loud film should check their expectations before proceeding.

Galifianakis works for the renowned Jessups Corporation--headed with great comedic aplomb by D.W. Moffett. Preaching happy thoughts and productivity, the office has become a mind numbing existence. His discontent wife (the always reliable Judy Greer) seeks solace and comfort from a book on happiness and current fads to fill her empty days. And his brother (a spry James LeGros), recently released from prison, takes up residence in his backyard and is soon leading a movement to endorse freedom of expression. In a land where critical thought and feelings are frowned upon, it's not easy to get by. When people start to explode, literally, from boredom and repressed emotion--it serves as a catalyst to reevaluate life.
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The 2010 low budget indie film `Visioneer' starring Zach Galifianakis presents the audience with a vision of a possible dark, authoritarian future. Be prepared for a powerful, clear and disturbingly accurate vision of a world without self awareness and purpose.

Synopsis: This is dark comedy at its depressing best, or at least that's how it begins and maintains through most of the movie. Yes this is truly a future world without any reason to exist. In the future scheme of things only productivity is valued, individual pursuit of excellence, friendship, love and anything else worthwhile you may think of no longer holds any meaning. We have become rats in a maze and nothing more. The loss of meaning, the understated confusion and the thinly guised desperation simple exudes from the screen. Laid out before us is a society in utter pain and that pain is exquisitely displayed on the face of the film's star, Zach Galifianakis. He is a man about to explode, literally, which is what people do when they can no longer stand living in a world with no meaning. Our hero has reached the point of critical mass and realizes that he must either break free and discover personal happiness or explode. It isn't easy in a society that has all but lost the ability to look outside the box and act independently but he must try or die.

Critique: `Visioneer' is quite a unique movie and definitely not something for anyone in search of a light hearted, unchallenging viewing experience. This film has an uncanny ability to push a lot of emotional buttons most viewers would not want to be pushed. The heavy emotional angst dealt with in the film will slowly but surely begin to be felt by the audience and trigger a personal reaction to the storyline.
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