Written and directed by Mike Judge, the creator of Beavis and Butthead, this comedy stars Ron Livingston as Peter Gibbons, a stressed out office junior who decides that he's had enough of the working life. Deciding to spend more time with his sexy waitress girlfriend (Jennifer Aniston), he rarely goes into work, and when he does he just plays computer games and insults his boss. But rather than getting fired, Peter gets praise and added responsibility, so he decides to go one step further and, together with his beleaguered colleagues, sets about defrauding the company.
An overworked executive goes into therapy and discovers that work is not for him He decides to take up playing computer games and spending more time with his girlfriend A ticket to easy street looks set to involve embezzlement
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Office Space Stephen Springate
What makes a film an iconic one? Good acting, good storyline? Nope, that can make a classic film but not an iconic one. In fact, there doesn't have to be anything good about an iconic film, it just has to be carried by fan power. This is exactly what 'Office Space' is.
When I was seeing it, I began to be dissapointed. The music was annoying, the storyline was dragging and it wasn't even that funny.
But when I finished the movie, there was something about it that made me want to see it again. And again. So what made it so brilliant that it had to be watched again? Storyline? No. Laugh a minute? No. It is the undeniable charm that this movie radiated and its the characters that anyone who is forced to work in cubicle hell will relate to. Everyone can point out a character that reminds them of someone in their office, and people who don't work in an office will still be able to fall in love with these colourful and lavishly created people. As proof of this, I loved all these characters, and i'm 14 and have never been anywhere near an american office.
This is not a film with a storyline, this a film with people, people who will easily dominate the screen and will fill your minds for hours after you have seen it. This film is probably the nearest live action version of the cartoon 'Dilbert'
So, I fully recomend you watch, and even if you don't enjoy it and are ready to walk out after a while, I beg you to stick to the end and you will be able to see why 'Office Space' is truly regarded as a classic
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