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This geeky 1999 office comedy starring Ron Livingston as a corporate Everyman instantly gained cult status for its unabashed caricatures of... Read More
This geeky 1999 office comedy starring Ron Livingston as a corporate Everyman instantly gained cult status for its unabashed caricatures of office personalities, and its theme of corporate sabotage. Peter Gibbons (Livingston) is a typical middle manager living a mundane life amid a gray maze of cubicles. Everything in his life reeks of mediocrity, from the mid-size car he drives to the chain restaurant, Chotchky's (read: TGI Friday's), where he eats lunch every day. Even his apartment, a cookie-cutter duplex with walls so thin that he can chat with his next-door neighborhood through the plaster, is totally lacking in personality. The company where he works is peppered with ambitionless drones who blindly comply with the condescending requests made of them by their Porsche-driving CEO (Gary Cole). Then one day, Gibbons snaps. As a team of experts is brought in to enact large-scale layoffs, Gibbons simply stops trying and adopts an attitude of total disinterest. That is, he's only interested in dating the ... Minimize
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186 Reviews from Epinions.com
Jan 28, 2004
Office Space is a Hilarious Portrayal of the Not-So-Funny Office Job
Pros: Characters, dialogue, simplicity, character development, comedy, stuff I can relate to
Cons: Nothing. Actually, where's the sequel?
Office Space is one of those movies that stayed off the radar as a low-budget film, but is absolutely amazing and has done well. Read More at Epinions.com
Dec 9, 2002
Should we watch this type of movie in this bad economy?
Pros: Got sense of humor about work, boss and co-workers
Cons: You may not want to watch if you are laid off.....
What makes a good comedy movie? A nerd, a bored guy, two ambitious computer geniuses, and some side characters and yeah, one annoying boss! Read More at Epinions.com
Sep 24, 1999
Office Space rocks!
Pros: Very funny, fast-paced
Cons: Somewhat short Read More at Epinions.com
Nov 15, 2000
Makes the awfulness of every day life hilarious! (W/O)
Pros: absolutely hilarious!!!!
Cons: none! Read More at Epinions.com
Aug 19, 2000
I Celebrate This Entire Movie
Pros: Some very funny scenes and Gary Cole is great
Cons: Drags at times and TPS Reports stink
Office Space was a welcome surprise when I first watched it. It's very funny and an entertaining film. Read More at Epinions.com
Jun 21, 2004
Office Space: A Classic For Those Who Understand It, and Those Who Don't
Pros: Characters; dialogue; subtle realism.
Cons: None that I can think of.
Neat. Read More at Epinions.com
May 31, 2008
Office Space Having the Case of the Mondays Every Day
Pros: A hilarious look at office work; great ensemble
Cons: Unfortunately, the events portrayed in this movie is all-too true
Office Space exaggerates what we have all known in the office... the Bobs really have no clue whatsoever. Read More at Epinions.com
Jul 18, 2006
The story of my life!
Pros: A stand-out in a sea of mindless Holywood drivel
Cons: DVD lacks extras we have come to expect
Highly recommended; doesn't need special effects or stupid gags to keep viewers engaged. Read More at Epinions.com
Apr 4, 2002
"Yeah, I'm gonna need you to go ahead and watch this movie."
Pros: Hilarious dialogue; easy to relate to
Cons: Lags a bit toward the end
This depiction of life in the workforce hits the nail right on the head in the most hilarious way possible. Read More at Epinions.com
Sep 13, 2006
A Fable For Our Time
Pros: Funny commentary on modern employment.
Cons: Jennifer Aniston. Ending a little trite.
A modern fable for worker drones everywhere. Read More at Epinions.com
Mar 16, 2002
Workers of the World, Unite!
Pros: When the printer gets its just rewards. Peter's nightmare about his girlfriend and his boss.
Cons: The DVD is weak on features.
Most of us have been peons of The Man before. Now's your chance to get vicarious revenge. Read More at Epinions.com