Top 10 Office Movies

Top 10 Office Movies

Are you #StuckInTheOffice? Then escape with some of these wonderful movies about the world of work. These #OfficeMovies take in ruthless salesmen, Hollywood moguls, accident-prone milkmen and even a Danish detective with a penchant for jumpers.

Are you ready? Here’s our top #Top10Tuesday #OfficeMovies!

1.  Glengarry Glen Ross

Be glad you’re not working for Alec Baldwin. The trailer makes it look like a heist movie, but this is a study of brutal bosses and uncaring workplaces. Amazing performances.
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2.  Office Space

Laugh as you recognise the characters, attitudes and petty politics in this film. Then weep as you realise you recognise the characters, attitudes and petty politics.

3.  The Boss of It All

A comedy about an employer who blames bad news on an imaginary boss. Features Sofie Gråbøl who played Sarah Lund in The Killing. (Some swearing in the trailer.)
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4.  9 to 5

A clever and inventive fantasy comedy about what it’s like to work for a ‘sexist, egotistical, lying, hypocritical bigot’. Great theme tune too, thanks to Dolly Parton.
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5.  The Big Kahuna

Kevin Spacey and Danny DeVito star as sales reps at a trade conference hoping to land a big account, hampered by a younger salesman who has a, gasp, conscience.
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6.  Jiro Dreams of Sushi

What’s life like when the family business is running one of the world’s best restaurants and the boss is a national treasure and your dad? A wonderful and beautiful film.
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7.  Working Girl

Big hair, big shoulder pads and Harrison Ford. What more could a man… er… a woman want? A classic Eighties’ underdog story.
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8.  The Devil Wears Prada

Do you have to change who you are to get the career you want?   It’s a formulaic story, but the film still manages to be smart and funny – mainly thanks to Meryl Streep.
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9.  The Kid Stays In The Picture

Blockbuster films, seductive starlets, drugs and murder. A fascinating look at a producer’s rise and fall in tinsel town. It’s called ‘showbusiness’ for a reason.
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10.  The Early Bird

We had to have a classic English comedy in here somewhere, right? Norman Wisdom plays a milkman for a small dairy whose livelihood is threatened by soulless rival.
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So there are our #Top10Tuesday Office Movies.   Do you agree with our selection?  Maybe you’d add your own into the mix.

Let us know in the comments or on Twitter @eurofficecouk!

 

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  9. Neon at 3:26 pm

    How about the 1999 film called Office Space, its the story of three company workers who hate their jobs and decide to rebel against their greedy boss. Now who can’t relate to that !!

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