Office Space Special Edition
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  • Rated: R
  • Genre: Comedy, Romance
  • Year: 1999
English: Dolby Surround 5.1 / Spanish & French: Dolby Surround
English, Spanish, & French / Subtitled
Office Space
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  • Rated: R
  • Genre: Comedy, Romance
  • Year: 1999
English: 5.1 DTS HD Master Audio, SDH, 5.1 Dolby Surround / Spanish & French: Dolby Surround
English, French & Spanish / Subtitled


Unable to endure another mind-numbing day at Initech Corporation, cubicle slave Peter Gibbons (Ron Livingston) gets fired up and decides to get fired. Armed with a leisurely new attitude and a sexy new girlfriend (Jennifer Aniston), he soon masters the art of neglecting his work, which quickly propels him into the ranks of upper management! Now the stage is set for Peter to carry out a high-tech embezzling scheme that's sure to mean the end of his job and a one-way ticket to easy street. Can he pull it off before all corporate hell breaks loose?

Disc Information

*Fullscreen Feature / Widescreen Feature
*Out of the Office: An Office Space Retrospective with Mike Judge
*Deleted Scenes: Peter Lies to Lumbergh, Happy Hour and Chotchkies, Peter Goes off on Nina, & Tom's Mixed Heritage Called into Question
*Thearical Trailer
*DVD-ROM audio
*Visual downloads

Cast & Crew

Jennifer Aniston ... Joanna
Ron Livingston ... Peter Gibbons
Gary Cole ... Bill Lumbergh
Stephen Root ... Milton
David Herman ... Michael Bolton
Ajay Naidu ... Samir
Alexandra Wentworth ... Anne


Joe Leydon Variety | March 12, 2010

Frequently uproarious.

David Edelstein Slate | March 12, 2010

A take-this-job-and-shove-it movie about the crushing malevolence of the corporate environment, it's on the verge of being really good.

Richard Corliss TIME Magazine | March 12, 2010

Some horrible Monday, why not cut work to see it?

Lisa Alspector Chicago Reader | March 12, 2010

The gags about the daily grind and what happens when a drone forgets how to be submissive make for beautifully low-key satire.

Mick LaSalle San Francisco Chronicle | June 18, 2002

Judge's sense of the ridiculous serves him well.

Peter Rainer New York Magazine | January 01, 2000

Judge may not be fully aware of how wildly talented he is, which, in a Hollywood culture swarming with talentless blowhards, makes him something of an anomaly.

Justine Elias Village Voice | January 01, 2000

A surprisingly good-natured comedy about the suppressed rage and paranoia of unappreciated employees.


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