Billy McMahon (Vaughn) and Nick Campbell (Wilson) are salesmen who find themselves without a job after the company they work for goes out of business. So, on a whim, Billy suddenly decides that his dream job is at Google even though he's never mentioned it before and somehow gains a covetable place along with his friend despite having no experience and giving a terrible interview. So far, so formulaic, now all you need to do is add an overworked love interest for the Butterscotch Stallion (Rose Byrne), a villain who could easily be stepped on by Vince Vaughn (Max Minghella), a team of misfits including a nerd, a sex-obsessed girl who turns out to be a virgin, the Asian with stereotypically strict parents and the geeky but cool one in Urban Outfitters garbs, and you've got a Hollywood comedy!
I'm fine with formulaic nonsense and a plot so small it that was probably written on a napkin, but the overlong running time and gagless script drowns any chemistry between the leading men and just makes it all feel like a chore. A shame, because this would've been hot shit 8 years ago.