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Office Killer (1997)

Cast: Carol Kane, Molly Ringwald, Jeanne Tripplehorn, more...
Director: Cindy Sherman
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Studio: Dimension
Genre: Comedies, Quest, Revenge
Running Time: 83 min.
Languages: English
Subtitles: English
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Synopsis
Photographer Cindy Sherman, who often uses motifs from exploitation films in her work, pays witty tribute to slasher films in this satiric horror-comedy. Dorine Douglas (Carol Kane) has spent 16 years at the bottom of the totem pole as a copy editor for Constant Consumer magazine when, due to budget cuts, she's downsized into a contract employee and forced to work out of her home. Dorine isn't at all happy about this, and when she's called back into the office to help obnoxious writer Gary (David Thornton) fix a glitch in his computer, she's not at all upset when he's accidentally electrocuted. Dorine brings Gary's corpse home to join her in front of the TV. When pushy publisher Virginia (Barbara Sukowa) orders Dorine and overly ambitious Kim (Molly Ringwald) to salvage Gary's story from his notes, Dorine snaps, and soon Gary has some company in Dorine's increasingly crowded home office. Office Killer also stars Jeanne Tripplehorn and Michael Imperioli as more of Dorine's co-workers. ~ Mark Deming, All Movie Guide

GreenCine Member Reviews

Most any frame... by wes2666 June 19, 2005 - 1:56 PM PDT
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2 out of 2 members found this review helpful
of Office Killer could be printed and hung in one of Sherman's gallery shows. But the visuals and costuming suggest more substance than is really here. The film suffers from continuity problems and confused intentions. The serial killer material owes too much to Alan Ormsby's Deranged and the satire of office life is dated and unsubtle. Ricky Gervais is endlessly more terrifying in The Office and he never resorts to the knife.




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