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- 1h 30m
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Tired of his mind-numbing job, a cubicle slave (Ron Livingston) adopts a negligent attitude as a way to get fired. But instead, he’s propelled into the ranks of upper management, while his friends are laid off! So he hatches a plan to embezzle a lot of money from the company. But in order to pull off the heist, he needs to keep his sexy new girlfriend (Jennifer Aniston) in the dark!
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Rotten Tomatoes® Score
Critics Consensus: Mike Judge lampoons the office grind with its inspired mix of sharp dialogue and witty one-liners.
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Common Sense Says
Funny but dark '90s comedy has lots of cursing, some sex.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Office Space is a 1999 satire of the corporate office working life. However, the subject matter of the movie -- dead-end jobs in banal suburban "campuses" with aggravating bosses -- makes it more appropriate for young adults who themselves are in their first office jobs. The movie depicts stealing and implied arson. There's strong language, sexual references, and jealous fantasies. A character celebrates a horrific injury, there's an on-screen medical emergency, characters act illegally, and a mistreated character takes drastic revenge. There's frequent profanity, including characters saying "f--k," and montages accompanied by hip-hop songs with the "N" word and "f--k." Male characters talk of the sexual promiscuity of female characters. There's a brief shot of a nude woman on TV, and drinking and drunkenness. When the lead character asks his neighbor what he would want if he had a million dollars, the neighbor says that he'd want to have sex with two women at the same time.
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- Release Date:February 19, 1999
- Captions:English, Spanish
- Audio Format:5.1
- Screen Pass Eligible:Yes
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