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Genre Comedy
Running Time 98 min
MPAA rating R
Release Date Jul 8, 2011
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Horrible Bosses

Nick (Jason Bateman), Dale (Charlie Day) and Kurt (Jason Sudeikis) are workers who would like nothing better than to grind their oppressive employers into the dirt. Quitting their jobs is not an option, so -- fueled by alcohol and dubious advice from a criminal (Jamie Foxx) -- the men devise a complex and seemingly foolproof plan to permanently rid themselves of their terrible bosses. The problem is, any plan is only as clever as the brains behind it.

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Jul 09, 2011 - Jennavive. on Horrible Bosses

Director Seth Gordon (The King of Kong) has put together an absolutely fantastic dark comedy, full of hilarious dialog, raunchy humor, and an exceptionally strong cast. Horrible Bosses stars Jason Bateman, Charlie Day, which both portray nearly the exact same characters from their previous hit television shows, (Arrested Development and It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia) which I am a fans of.

Seth Gordon does a fantastic job directing, adding a layer of intensity to the dark subject matter. The script is nearly perfect, offering the perfect amount of dark and crude humor with a great amount of solid, unforgettable laughs.

The three stars of the film, Bateman, Day, and Sudeikis, have fantastic chemistry here. The three play off of one another in such a manner that you can't help but laugh. The jokes are found within the concept, giving the three actors plenty of time to entertain you.The group truly works well together, much like a great ensemble should, and we only hope a sequel is quickly green-lit.

The other amazing component of the film is the supporting cast, which couldn't be more perfect. Kevin Spacey is clearly enjoying his dark, disturbing role as an office jerk, Colin Farrell completely disappears into the role of Bobby a coke head obsessed with Kung Fu appears nearly unrecognizable in the part. Then Jennifer Anniston, the sexually harassing, foul-mouthed creature that spends most of her time on screen making one sex joke after another.

It parallel to Bridesmaids for the best comedies of the summer.

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