These Are The Very Best Job-Quitting Scenes in Film And TV

Sometimes, you just have to say "f**k you".

There's nothing better than watching other people stand up to The Man (because we're too gutless to do it ourselves).

These brilliant scenes from your favourite films and TV shows show some of the best moments when characters took their career into their own hands...

... Because we all need a little inspiration sometimes.

Kevin Spacey's character Lester Burnham channels a mid-life crisis perfectly in this scene from American Beauty.

Scarface does what every person working in the fast-food industry has fantasised about doing at one point or another, in this scene from 'Half-Baked'.

Not so much a quitting scene, as such, this clip shows character Howard Beale having a meltdown live on air in 'Network'.

However, he does make an impressive point...

Being called a bum is more than taxi driver John (Bill Murray) can take in this scene from 'Stripes' and he decides to quit mid-drive.

Technically, he was fired, but this Jerry Maguire 'exit' scene is still worth including.

Tony Montana and Manny decide that looking after their investment is more important than cleaning dishes, as they strut out of their restaurant job in this scene from 'Scarface'.

Joanna (Jennifer Aniston) quits with flair in this scene from 'Office Space'.

Daniel (Hugh Grant) tries his best to keep Bridget (Renee Zellweger) on board in this awkward scene from 'Bridget Jones' Diary'.

Andy Sachs (Anne Hathaway) quits her job in style in The Devil Wears Prada.

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