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Comedy drama based on the autobiographical book by Toby Young. Simon Pegg stars as Sidney Young, an aspiring journalist for a British anti-establishment magazine who is unexpectedly offered a job at the glossy New York-based magazine Sharps. He is warned by the editor Clayton Harding (Jeff Bridges) that he'd better do all he can to charm his colleagues if he expects to succeed in this competitive world. But it isn't long before he has managed to upset just about the entire staff of the magazine in one way or another. Even when he's going out of his way to make amends, he's putting his foot in it. The only saving grace in the whole sorry situation is his friendship with sexy starlet Sophie Maes (Megan Fox). But will this be enough to save his sinking career?
Please note this is a region B Blu-ray and will require a region B or region free Blu-ray player in order to play How To Lose Friends And Alienate People Stars Simon Pegg as Sidney Young a disillusioned intellectual who both adores and despises the world of celebrity fame and glamour His alternative magazine Post Modern Review pokes fun at the media obsessed stars and bucks trends and so when Young is offered a job at the diametrically opposed conservative New York based Sharps magazine its something of a shock! It seems Sharps editor Clayton Harding is amused by Young&39;s disruption of a post-BAFTA party with a pig posing as Babe Thus begins Sidney&39;s descent into success - his gradual move from derided outsider to confidante of starlet Sophie Maes - and a love affair with colleague Alison Olsen that will either make him or break him Includes Audio Descriptive Track Actors Simon Pegg Kirsten Dunst Jeff Bridges Gillian Anderson Megan Fox Danny Huston & Margo Stilley Director Robert B Weide Certificate 15 years and over Year 2008 Screen Widescreen 1851 Languages English Duration 1 hour and 50 minutes (approx)