Twentieth Century Fox released Office Space to theaters on February 19, 1999. Mike Judge directed the film which starred Ron Livingston, Jennifer Aniston, and David Herman.
‘Office Space’ Movie Summary
Peter Gibbons works a soulless job as a programmer for a credit union where each day he has to go to work is worse than the day before it, meaning every day is literally the worst day of his life. His girlfriend persuades him to visit an occupational hypnotist. The hypnotist puts Peter in a trance and then hypnotizes him to not care about work any longer. The hypnotherapist dies of a heart attack before he can wake Peter up, and Peter is stuck being permanently indifferent to his job.
Meanwhile at work, Peter’s company is being audited by some bigshot consultants who are there to eliminate some jobs and boost the bottom line. Peter’s practiced indifference gets him recognized as a “straight shooter with upper management written all over him.” Others don’t fare so well, such as Milton, the office ne’er-do-well who is increasingly marginalized and grows a desire to burn the building down with each slight.read full summary
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