3 A Humorous Hour and a Halfdeanlowdon | 22/12/2011 | See all deanlowdon's reviews (468)Top 100 Reviewer Top 100 DVD Reviewer During the movies opening we are introduced to three friends and the problems that each of them are experiencing with their employers. Inspired by the movie 'Strangers on a Train' they decide that the only option left to them is to kill each others bosses, of course things pretty quickly fall apart.This type of movie is not exactly original anymore (see The Hangover, Due Date etc) but, as is often the case with these kind of comedies, the quality of the cast is vital. Fortunately in this area at least Horrible Bosses excels. Jason Bateman, Charlie Day, Jason Sudeikis are all very good as the downtrodden friends and have excellent on screen chemistry although the best roles are certainly reserved for the bosses. Collin Farrell and Kevin Spacey both demonstrate excellent comic timing and Jennifer Aniston is stunning as the nymphomaniac dentist trying to seduce her employee (to the point where it is pretty difficult to imagine anyone resisting her for too long!).The plot itself is obviously a little unbelievable but, after a slow(ish) opening, the script is well-paced with some genuinely funny scenes and one-liners making for a fairly enjoyable hour and a half.