Office Space (1999)
The corporate "cube farm" is the target of both this cult classic -- which follows three company workers who rebel against their less-than-rewarding work environment -- as well as its publicity stunt. For a week, the studio had a man sit inside a Plexiglas work cubicle on top of an office building overlooking Times Square. Everyone from Howard Stern to nearby office workers expressed sympathy. The publicity seemed to help the film, which ranked number 65 on Bravo's 2006 list of the 100 funniest movies of all time.