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Horrible Bosses

Released on 21 November 2011

Featuring: Jennifer Aniston, Jason Bateman & Kevin Spacey

Format: DVD | Rating: 15 years & over

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For Nick, Kurt and Dale, the only thing that would make the daily grind more tolerable would be to grind their intolerable bosses 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, the three friends devise a convoluted and seemingly foolproof plan to rid themselves of their respective employers... permanently.

There's only one problem: even the best laid plans are only as foolproof as the brains behind them.


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 A Humorous Hour and a Half

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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.

 A Humorous Hour and a Half

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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.

 THE PSYCHO, THE NYMPHO AND THE TOOL!

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If like me you feel as though you have been stuck in a rutt at work, overlooked un-appreciated and the only obsticle in your way is your boss than this is the film for you........ not that I suggest that you go to the lengths that the characters in the film go to.
Horrible Bosses is one of the best comedies this year. This is black comedy at it's best as the story follows Nick (Jason Bateman), Kurt (Jason Sudeikis) and Dale (Charlie Day) as they plan on getting revenge on their bosses for their constant threats, abuse and sexual advances. As you can expect things don't go to plan in some brilliantly funny situations. The master stroke to the film is the cast of the actual Horrible Bosses. The Psycho: Kevin Spacey is at his smarmy best as he plays mind games with Bateman. The Tool:Colin Farrell is very funny as the totally inoppriate Boss as the coke head manager of Charlie Day's chemical disposal company, but if there is a fault Farrell is under used as I could have easily have watch much more of his very un-PC managment tactics, The Nympho: Jennifer Aniston's dentist is outstanding as this is the best film she has ever been in as she makes sexual advances to Jason Sudeikis and manipulates him to getting her way with him.
The situations in the film are very funny especially as they go wrong as the team of would-be assassins fumble at every turn as things spiral out of control.
In a summer of disappointing event movies it seems that the smaller comdies are the ones that satisfied this year.
This is a great comedy with brilliant one liners that is the perfect escapism from the disappointment of most of our daily employment.
See if you like...
Very Bad Things.
Fargo.
Brides Maides.
The Hangover
The Hangover Part 2.
Old School.
Due Date.

 THE PSYCHO, THE NYMPHO AND THE TOOL!

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If like me you feel as though you have been stuck in a rutt at work, overlooked un-appreciated and the only obsticle in your way is your boss than this is the film for you........ not that I suggest that you go to the lengths that the characters in the film go to.
Horrible Bosses is one of the best comedies this year. This is black comedy at it's best as the story follows Nick (Jason Bateman), Kurt (Jason Sudeikis) and Dale (Charlie Day) as they plan on getting revenge on their bosses for their constant threats, abuse and sexual advances. As you can expect things don't go to plan in some brilliantly funny situations. The master stroke to the film is the cast of the actual Horrible Bosses. The Psycho: Kevin Spacey is at his smarmy best as he plays mind games with Bateman. The Tool:Colin Farrell is very funny as the totally inoppriate Boss as the coke head manager of Charlie Day's chemical disposal company, but if there is a fault Farrell is under used as I could have easily have watch much more of his very un-PC managment tactics, The Nympho: Jennifer Aniston's dentist is outstanding as this is the best film she has ever been in as she makes sexual advances to Jason Sudeikis and manipulates him to getting her way with him.
The situations in the film are very funny especially as they go wrong as the team of would-be assassins fumble at every turn as things spiral out of control.
In a summer of disappointing event movies it seems that the smaller comdies are the ones that satisfied this year.
This is a great comedy with brilliant one liners that is the perfect escapism from the disappointment of most of our daily employment.
See if you like...
Very Bad Things.
Fargo.
Brides Maides.
The Hangover
The Hangover Part 2.
Old School.
Due Date.

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ActorsJennifer Aniston, Jason Bateman, Kevin Spacey, Colin Farrell, Julie Bowen, John Francis Daley, Charlie Day, Jamie Foxx, Donald Sutherland, Lindsay Sloane & Jason Sudeikis
DirectorSeth Gordon
Certificate15 years and over
Year2011
LanguagesEnglish - Dolby Digital (5.1)
SubtitlesItalian ; Dutch ; English for the hearing impaired ; French
Closed CaptionsYes
Duration1 hour and 33 minutes (approx)
RegionRegion 2 - Will only play on European Region 2 or multi-region DVD players.