By Christian Holub
Updated February 03, 2016 at 05:49 PM EST
Lionsgate

Seems like every day there’s a new think piece chastising millennials for being lazy and entitled, even as those same young people protest that a tough economy and skyrocketing college debt severely restrict their options. The two sides appear to reach a detente in the new trailer for Get a Job.

Miles Teller and Anna Kendrick star as two recent college grads brimming with love and confidence in bright futures…until they run headlong into the reality of layoffs and downsizing. Bryan Cranston plays Teller’s father, energetic about his son’s prospects but also implicitly frustrated at the lack of pay. As Teller and Kendrick alternate telling each other to “step up,” the movie appears to both understand realities and chide millennials.

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Get a Job is out in theaters and on-demand March 25. Watch the trailer above.

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