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For Nick (Jason Bateman), Kurt (Jason Sudeikis) and Dale (Charlie Day), the only thing that would make the daily grind more tolerable would be to grind their intolerable bosses (Kevin Spacey, Colin Farrell, Jennifer Aniston) into dust. Quitting is not an option, so, with the benefit of a few-too-many drinks and some dubious advice from a hustling ex-con (Jamie Foxx), the three friends devise a convoluted and seemingly foolproof plan to rid themselves of their respective employers... permanently.
It's actually a bit incredible to see that a film like The Hangover (which isn't a bad film, although I feel it is a bit overrated) got a better response and a lot more positive reviews than Horrible Bosses, which is one of the most refreshing modern comedies I have seen lately because, comparing to most modern comedies we know, it isn't really conventional, predictable nor obnoxious, it is actually a pretty funny (even though it does not make you laugh out loud too often) and entertaining ride that definitely does its job in its 90 minutes runtime. Although it's important to credit Seth Gordon for actually delivering the film, John Francis Daley's surprising script is what makes the film…
Caught this on tv while I was having breakfast. They censored the word "Fuck" so every time they were talking to Mother Fucker Jones it was just bleeps and Jones.
Going into this, I expected it to be somewhat amusing but really stupid and predictable. I was really surprised by how hilarious and clever this is. The cast is fantastic. Jason Bateman, Jason Sudeikis, and especially Charlie Day all are given a chance to shine as are the bosses, especially Kevin Spacey who completely owns his role. He's always been the king of playing asshole bosses and this is no exception. This is the hottest and the funniest Jennifer Aniston has ever been. Colin Farrel gives the best performance he had in years at this point. Funniest he's been since In Bruges. This film is really well written. As soon as I think I know how the story is gonna…
Though it is no way high-brow, Seth Gordon's "Horrible Bosses" is energetic enough, edgy enough, and ribald enough to be hilarious. What it lacks in sophistication, the comedy makes up for in rollicking, sometimes violent laughs. With its pitch-perfect cast, quick pace, and abundant comic charms, the film makes for giddy experience with enough silly darkness to make it all stick.
Revolving around the practically universal idea of doling out punishment to work-place higher-ups, the film follows its put-upon protagonists as they hatch a plan to deal with bosses who have harassed, mistreated, and, otherwise, abused their workplace charges. Dunder-headed plots lead to plentifully amusing situations where verbal wit and character-based comedy collide.
Gordon ensures that the film's focus is…
i can relate because i, too, will start planning any given authority figures' murder at the slightest inconvenience
if you don't like Horrible Bosses then I've got so many questions for you let's start with how you gon ignore Kevin Legend Spacey's best work???
I can't believe I hadn't watched this film before, and to be honest I found it hilarious. Arguably Spacey is getting more and more typecast as an utter b*stard but do you know what, it really works! Sudeikis, Bateman and Day really work as a trio too, there's something very believable in their on screen friendship which makes them feel genuine and human, like this could totally be the mindset a viewer would have for their own boss. I expected it to be more predictable and a simple case of another crude comedy, but that wasn't overdone and something the writers deserve great credit for, too often these comedies can be ruined with an overdose of toilet human which just screams poor writing. Good length as well to keep it exciting but not like you've been cheated.
Very funny comedy thriller has hilarious performances from Spacey and Farrel and genius physical gags.
Irritating to the point of almost unwatchable, with nothing remotely funny about following these unbearable retards amid stupid gags and so many homophobic/racist/sexist remarks - and Charlie Day is an awful actor who thinks that yelling in a high pitch makes him funny (it doesn't).
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A wonderful story of taking shit from their bosses. One is a total effing a-hole, another is an evil crazy bitch, and the last is a dipshit cokehead. Great comedy containing hilarious, terrible ideas to get rid of their bosses. Constant funny lines from a loaded cast. Jason Sudeikis, Jason Bateman, Charlie Day, Kevin Spacey, Jennifer Aniston, Colin Farrell and Jamie Foxx are great. The packed cast allowed for them all to add their own touches that did not get old.
Remember - "The key to success is taking shit"
Overall Rating: 4/5
Sound Quality: 3/5
Picture Quality: 3/5
Media Type: Blu-ray
an ok comedy that has a lot of star power but a weak script.
It was funny in a guilt-watch total procrastination way.
Much better then I expected. Not as funny but still very entertaining.
Comedy drama about 3 guys with the worst bosses. Unique story, better then I expected. Really liked Jamie Fox in this film.
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