Office Space

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Hogie Sammich

on 5/31/2006

Freaking funny, only way to describe it. I bought this for my boss, I couldn't believe she hadn't actually seen it yet. She loved it too.

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Great Movie - Different Case

by on 4/7/2008

The movie is amazing; everybody knows that. This review is just to let people know not to expect a nice special edition case like the picture shows! It was a huge letdown when I got a normal DVD case in the mail that looks nothing like the picture. If you see this Mr., how about sending me what you advertised!

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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 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 blond waitress (Jennifer Anniston) at the local restaurant, and putting in place a devilish scheme for some corporate payback. OFFICE SPACE's writer-director Mike Judge (BEAVIS AND BUTT-HEAD), scares up some A-list laughs with this film, while also making an excellent parody of corporate culture. Released just as the dot-com boom began to go bust, with massive trends in corporate downsizing on the horizon, it could not have been better timed. Thus, while viewers will delight in the absurdity of the ultimate office loser Milton (Stephen Root), they will also identify with some frighteningly realistic aspects of the film.


Studio Foxvideo
SKU 40722977
UPC 024543160892
UPC 14 00024543160892
Format DVD
Release Date 3/1/2011
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Anamorphic Widescreen  1.85:1
Name Livingston,Ron
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Name Mike Judge
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Cast & Crew
Daniel Rappaport, et. al - Producer
David Herman - Actor
David Rennie - Editor
Edward T. McAvoy - Production Designer
Guy Riedel - Executive Producer
Jennifer Aniston - Actor
John Frizzell - Original Music By
Mike Judge - Director
Mike Judge - Screenplay
Ron Livingston - Actor
Stephen Root - Actor
Tim Suhrstedt - Cinematographer
ReviewSource Orlando Weekly
Review ...often riotously funny live-action debut from Texan animator Mike Judge, creator of television's Beavis and Butt-head and King of the Hill... Judge...has come up with an original take on the banalities and frustrations endemic to the working world. The familiarity of the setting adds an appealing edginess to the comedy.
Reviewer Philip Booth
ReviewRating 7
DVD, Special Edition, Widescreen, Aspect Ratio 1.85:1, Dolby Digital (5.1), Dolby Surround Sound, Featurette, Deleted Scenes, Screensavers, Theatrical Trailer, English, Spanish Subtitled
Product Attributes
Actor Ajay Naidu / Alexandra Wentworth / David Herman / Gary Cole / Jennifer Aniston / John C. McGinley / Livingston,Ron / Richard Riehle / Ron Livingston / Stephen Root
Composer John Frizzell
Director Mike Judge / Tim Suhrstedt
Label Fox Home Entertainment
Video Format DVD
Kevin Thomas, Los Angeles Time Sharp & funny.
Roger Ebert A savage comedy.

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