Comedy • R • 1999 • 1 hr 30 min
It is witty, in addition to being funny.
Fantastic date night flick, but equally good alone, lol!
A classic that paved the way for office-centered comedies. Mocks mundanity in a memorable way, even if it has since been outdone by others.
Probably the most relatable movie ever made about the work place. You’re bound to find some variation of each character at your job.
Such a classic comedy movie. Milton is one of the weirdest, yet funniest characters ever.
Essentially Fight Club without the violence or psycho-drama. Something was definitely in the water in Hollywood in 1999
I can see why it's a cult classic. I rewatch it from time to time.
Absolute classic. Super dry humor but hilarious and relatable.
Never-get-old classic about corporate life. Very light-hearted and relatable story.
A sly and knowing comedy. Skewers office life at mid level so well. Not caring about things might really be a guide for us. Rewatchable.
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