Peter Gibbons (Ron Livingston) is a computer programmer working for Initech in Houston. Every day, he and his friends Samir (Ajay Naidu) and Michael Bolton (David Herman as not THAT Michael Bolton), suffer endless indignities and humiliations in their soulless workspace from their soulless boss, Bill Lumbergh (Gary Cole). For Peter, stuck in his cookie-cutter apartment with paper-thin walls and IKEA furniture, every day is worse than the one before it -- so every day is the worst of his life. To cap it off, Initech has hired a pair of "efficiency experts" to downsize the company. One Friday night, Peter's soon to be ex-girlfriend Anne (Alexandra Wentworth) forces him to go to an occupational hypnotherapist to relieve work stress. While Peter is under hypnosis, the therapist keels over and dies. As he never snaps out of his hypnotic state, Peter has a new outlook on life. If something annoys him, he just ignores it or walks away from it. He is completely relaxed and enjoying life for the first time in a long time. On Monday, Peter skips work and sleeps in. He gets up for lunch and drives down to a restaurant next to his office and asks the waitress he's had a crush on, Joanna (Jennifer Aniston), on a date. When Peter stops into the office to pick up his organizer, he's called in to talk to the efficiency experts. Relaxed and friendly, Peter charms them as he describes everything wrong with the office, including his boss. Even as Peter now appears at work only as the mood strikes him, the experts decide he's management material and give him a promotion even as they lay off the hardworking Samir and Michael. Peter then convinces his friends to exact revenge on Initech based upon an idea from Superman III. Not everything works out quite as planned. Office Space originated from writer/director Mike Judge's first animated short of the same name, created in 1991. The short was about Milton (reproduced in the film by Stephen Root), a damaged office drone whose complaints and threats about his sufferings go unheeded.~Ron Wells
Post-It Pandemonium- The Apathy on Men trivia track
Games: Grab the Stapler, Printer Beat-Down, Whack-a-Drone and Jump to Conclusions 2.0
Out of the Office OFFICE SPACE retrospective with Writer/Director Mike Judge
This is the definitive way to watch Office Space. The transfer looks fantastic and the bonus features are awesome. When you're picking this up in the store please look at the case because in my experience the case was busted.
Give me back my stapler...or i'll burn this review down! This movie just awesome. You'll want to steal a stapler, not turn in a TPS report with the new cover sheet, and SMASH A PRINTER!!
A must for any office worker or IT person!! It's just a fraction of a fraction of a fraction of a penny, whats the worst that could happen?
I would recommend this to a friend
Rating 1 out of 5 stars with 1 review
Great movie...lame glued on cardboard cover art
This is a review for the "Limited Edition Cover Art" The movie is great, but the cover art is a lame piece of cardboard glued onto the outside of the regular bluray case. Poorly glued in fact! I would have been perfectly satisfied with a paper insert under the plastic (like all cases), but instead I got this disappointment! See attached photo.
This review is from Office Space [Blu-ray] [Collectible Faceplate] 
No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review
Have you seen my stapler?
Owned for 1 week when reviewed.
And I said, I don't care if they lay me off either, because I told -- I told Bill that if they move my desk one more time, then -- then I'm -- I'm quitting, I'm going to quit. And -- and I told Don too, because they've moved my desk four times already this year, and I used to be over by the window, and I could see the squirrels, and they were merry, but then, they switched from the Swingline to the Boston stapler, but I kept my Swingline stapler because it didn't bind up as much, and I kept the staples for the Swingline stapler and it's not okay because if they take my stapler then I'll set the building on fire...
This movie didn't get a lot of traction when it first came out, but it is now quoted a lot. Plus, almost everyone has heard a reference to the "TPS reports" from the film. It has gotten more popular because it was a pretty spot on satire of many corporate office cultures: the meaningless reports, the efficiency "experts", clueless supervisors, etc. Writer/Director Mike Judge was still best known for creating Beavis & Butt-head and King of the Hill at this point in his career. This was the start of a sharper style for him that ultimately led to the hilarious Silicon Valley series.
Who doesn't love one of the best off beat cult classic comedies of the late 90s? This is one of those movies I can watch over & over again and still laugh every time. So many memorable scenes and quotable lines makes this a definite pick up for your collection. If you don't already own the previous Blu-ray, I highly recommend getting this 20th Anniversary edition.
I already owned the Special Edition Blu Ray, but when I saw that Best Buy had this, the 20th Anniversary Edition, I had to get it. Bonus is that it actually comes with an awesome slipcover which I learned when I made a special trip to pick one up. The slipcover has Peter Gibbons with a blank post it note over his mouth. It's actually the exact same Blu Ray as the Special Edition, but the disc artwork is different. Plus, it comes with the digital HD, and it was on sale so I had to get it. The Bobs would approve.
I'm a big fan of Beavis and B-head & King of the Hill, so I was the target audience for Mike Judge's Office Space. At this point, I look back and wonder how in the world did he land Jennifer Aniston in this movie? It's worth buying and watching again and again.