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A funky little record shop provides the setting for this youthful comedy that centers on the workers there as they try to help poor. The manager who really wants to buy the place, recoups his losses after his well-meaning, but dim-bulbed employee Lucas steals his savings and loses it all in Atlantic City while trying to increase it twofold at the gaming tables. If they can not come up with the loot, the mega-chain Music City will buy it.  
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Brian Mckay
The Empire Strikes Out . . . lame Gen-X "comedy" that falls completely flat . . . Go rent CLERKS
March 20, 2003
John J. Puccio
...things just move quickly from one person's conflicts to another, with little momentum or feeling of satisfaction.
July 16, 2003
Dragan Antulov
[Leaves the] impression of artificiality.
April 03, 2003
Bill Chambers
Leaves you with the sensation of having chewed a piece of bubblegum until well after its flavour ran dry.
June 22, 2003
Jason Bailey
It's high on charm and low on quality; the writing is pedestrian at best, the characters are paper-thin, and director Allan Moyle lets the music do the heavy lifting.
May 28, 2016
Ken Eisner
A soundtrack in search of a movie, Empire Records is one teen-music effort that never finds a groove.
August 11, 2008
Trevor Johnston
Overall, fatally ersatz but good natured at heart.
January 26, 2006
Roger Ebert
If the movie is a lost cause, it may at least showcase actors who have better things ahead of them.
January 01, 2000
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