Office Space Analysis Essay examples

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Office Space. Movie Analysis and Critiques.

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Abstract Anyone who has endured work as a low-level cog in a corporate machine should appreciate the acute frustrations of the eager young beavers who rebel against the system in Mike Judge's moderately savvy satire ''Office Space.'' The comedy, the first live-action feature directed by the creator of ''Beavis and Butt-head'' and ''King of
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In the unlikely event that ''Office Space'' spawns a sequel, let's hope we see a lot more of Milton, who is the movie's only inspired creation. ''Office Space'' is rated R (Under 17 requires accompanying parent or adult guardian). It includes some strong language.

Introduction This movie starring Jennifer Aniston and Ron Livingstone is one of the funniest movies. It is the story of three men working at a computer company, called Initech Corporation in the movie, but it could be any company in the world, just trying to make it though each workday without getting in trouble or getting laid off. The main character, Peter Gibbons, played by Ron Livingston, spends most of his day staring into space and doing almost nothing. He is also repeatedly nagged by different managers telling him over and over the things he is doing wrong, making him want to ignore his job even more. After some cajoling by his girl friend, Peter agrees to see a hypnotherapist, who dies after hypnotizing Peter into a new state of mind that changes his perspective on life. He doesn’t show up to work any more, and stops putting any effort into even pretending to work. Around the same time, his company brings in restructuring consultants to make major changes by downsizing and lying off workers. Peter’s candid remarks about the company, casual attitude towards work, and body language somehow impresses the consultants who

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