Rated R · 91 minutes · 2009

Mike Judge’s 10th-anniversary follow-up to his cult hit Office Space is a disappointing but still decent work. Jason Bateman plays the boss at a small food-flavoring company. He is saddened by his wife’s refusal to perform naked acts of marital intimacy with him, so he hatches a very sitcom-style plot to permit himself to have an affair: He hires a gigolo to seduce her. This, strangely, does not work out as well as he had hoped. Meanwhile, a grifter named Cindy (Mila Kunis) is trying to bilk his company out of millions of dollars, and Bateman wants to kiss her special parts, because she’s so pretty. Some laughs and a surprisingly good performance by Kristen Wiig make this watchable, but not excellent.

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Official Site: www.extract-the-movie.com
Director: Mike Judge
Producer: John Altschuler, Michael Rotenberg, Dave Krinsky, Tom Lassally and Glenn Lucas
Cast: Jason Bateman, Mila Kunis, Kristen Wiig, Ben Affleck, J.K. Simmons, David Koechner, Clifton Collins Jr., Gene Simmons, Dustin Milligan, Beth Grant, T.J. Miller, Javier Gutiérrez, Lidia Porto, Matt Schulze, Lamberto Gutierrez and Brent Briscoe




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Colorado Springs Independent Opening this week 9, All About Steve, Extract and more. 09/03/2009
Portland Mercury Ben Affleck's Beard In Extract, Ben Affleck is a laugh riot—shame about that beard, though. by Wm.™ Steven Humphrey 09/03/2009
Colorado Springs Independent Workin' it As cult favorite Office Space revealed what life was like among white-collar worker bees in the '90s, Extract, follows the boss of blue-collar rubes today. It's not a pretty picture. But it is funny. by Jonathan Kiefer 09/03/2009
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The Coast Halifax Judge's Extract a great leveller Mike Judge's great insight is that the heroes of his stories are no better than the idiots who surround them. by Hillary Titley 09/10/2009

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