|1. Office Space
This list would not be without Office Space; Mike Judge's non-animated film about a white-collar worker at a software company, Peter Gibbons who hates his job and the number of bosses pressuring him. One day his neighbour, Lawrence had changed his life as he skips work and does little as possible. He and his friends also gets back at the company by hacking the company's bank funds, draining it. We see much of Peter's hatred of his boring-ass company growing through an annoying parrot of a receptionist, his annoying boss, Bill and his boring job as a software developer. The best part of the movie is not only Peter's scheme to withdraw all the funds from the company but Milton getting teased due to being a squirrel, on having a bright-red stapler and neglects that he was fired from his job and doesn't get paid. What results from him is that "he actually burned the whole place down" as its a reminder of you shouldn't mess with Milton. It's typically a satire of white-collar jobs and the whole movie about it is awesome.
|2. Fight Club
While Fight Club isn't about the revenge of employees, there is a particular scene that should merit in this list. As the boss is about to "fire him" and called security, The Narrator beats the shit out of himself to look like his boss has done it to him. This whole scene is just a gem to watch considering how everything in the room becomes trash and collateral damage to himself and eventually he gets 52 paychecks and most of the office equipment for himself. It's the most psychological and terrifying scene aside from the ending and its also funny. And this is how he and Tyler was able to fund the Fight Club.
|3. American Beauty
Like Fight Club, there's a particular scene with Spacey's character where he demands "more" from his job and threats his boss along the way. Spacey's character takes it at the boss to compensate his "pathetic" job in an advertising agency and like Office Space doesn't care if the boss fires him but instead threatens him with blackmail. His life like The Narrator (before the Fight Club) and Peter Gibbons is both compared as a miserable and pathetic existence as white-collar workers. And of course he's a ordinary guy with nothing to lose.
Like two of the films mentioned, Wanted is of course a comic book adaptation and of course it starts of like Fight Club where the protagonist works at a dead-beat job with a overbearing and miserable life but then it gets a sudden turn where the protagonist gains supernatural powers and beats the shit out of his boss as well as "friend" and then shoot guns with Angelina Jolie. While it doesn't compare to that awesome scene from Fight Club, it is reminded that bosses need to be excoriated.
|5. Employee of the Month
More of a satire of white/blue collar workers and with Dane Cook this same time even though its not really a serious/revenge sort of deal.