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- Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981)
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Office Space @ Mother's Brewery
- Director: Mike Judge
- Starring: Jennifer Aniston, Ron Livingston
- Genre(s): Comedy, Romance, Crime
- Rating: TV-MA
- Running Time: 89 min
Fundraiser for digital conversion. Thanks to Mother’s Brewery, all proceeds (including beer sales!) go toward our fundraising campaign to convert our theaters to digital projection.
We’re teaming up with Mother’s Brewing to screen the cult classic “Office Space” in Mother’s Backyard! (215 South Grant Ave.) So bring your blankets and/or lawn chairs to ensure you are comfy during the movie. Better yet, bring your picnic fixins so you can dine outside while watching a great movie! You can’t bring booze, but don’t worry, Mother’s has you covered on that. They will have beer flowing outside so you don’t even have to go inside for a refill during the movie! This is a 21+ event. Tickets are $5 and on sale at the door. Try to bring cash!
Synopsis: A comedy about the angst of suburban twenty-somethings in modern office life.
"Mike Judge’s live-action directorial debut not only whittles the high-strung festering soul of ‘90s Orthodox Corporationism down to the quick and quintessential but wraps its veins around his fingers and flosses our teeth."- Dave Shulman, L.A. Weekly
"Bristling with shrewd observation, inspired humor and all-around smarts, Office Space is a winner about a guy who's beginning to feel like a loser."- Kevin Thomas, Los Angeles Times
"Imagine a live-action version of the "Dilbert" comic strip with a touch of Hal Hartley's deadpan absurdism, and you're ready for the frequently uproarious "Office Space.""- Joe Leydon, Variety
"Its characters and its nowheresville setting are uncannily realized... It's not a cartoon in any sense, but an honest-to-God movie with some fine, understated acting and a human heart."- Andrew O'Hehir, Salon.com