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Horrible Bosses

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Horrible BossesThree friends conspire to murder their awful bosses when they realize they are standing in the way of their happiness.

Director: Seth Gordon

Writers: Michael Markowitz, John Francis Daley

Staring: Jason Bateman, Charlie Day, Jennifer Aniston, Kevin Spacey and Jason Sudeikis

 

 

 

 

 

 

Charlie Day

Charlie Day

Jason Bateman Kevin Spacey

Jason Bateman Kevin Spacey

Jennifer Aniston Charlie Day

Jennifer Aniston Charlie Day

 

 

 

 

 

 

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One Review for “Horrible Bosses”

  1. Martin Murray says:

    “Horrible Bosses” is another in the string of “R” rated comedies that have been released in the past few years. This trend of gross out comedies started with “Wedding Crashers” and “The Forty Year Old Virgin.” In the past, similar trends began with “Porky’s” and “There’s Something about Mary.”
    However, this time the trend seems to be lasting a lot longer than it did in the past. And, the reason is that the comedy of these films works. Whether you enjoy them or not, you cannot deny that they are funny. Even when they are bad, they are funny.
    A few weeks ago we reviewed “Bad Teacher,” and simply stated it was a bad movie. However, we went further and said that it was funny and there wasn’t much more to say one way or the other.
    In this case, it is the same thing. This film is full of sight gags and nasty humor with some of the raunchiest dialogue in the film actually coming out of Jennifer Aniston’s mouth. In fact, I was shocked the she would play a role like this although it probably will not hurt her reputation with the viewing public anyway.
    The plot of the film is very simple. Three geeky men who are abused by their bosses decide to kill the bosses and of course, screw the whole thing up in every way imaginable. Aniston plays one of the bosses, a dentist, who has decided she is going to have sex with her employee whether he wants to or not. Her character in this film gives sexual harassment a new meaning completely.
    All of the acting is up to par for a film of this type, including Kevin Spacey who portrays another one of the bosses. The three geeks also perform up to par, especially Jason Sudekis. In fact, all of the actors do what is necessary to get the guffaws and belly laughs that are required for a film like this to work.
    On a moral scale, this film should be condemned as it does not promote any values in any way. Each of the bosses is evil in their own particular manner and our three heroes are rewarded in the end for criminal activity.
    The film gets two stars out of five, only because of the humor.
    Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2
    The long awaited finale in the Harry Potter series does not disappoint except for maybe a bad 3D conversion. The special effects, as in most of the series, are excellent and the story telling of director David Yates excels.
    The film picks up exactly where Part 1 left off. So, if you didn’t see Part 1, you would be completely lost. This is one case where turning a book into two movies required viewing both of them. There was no end to Part 1 and there is no beginning to Part 2. They really are one complete story and, in my opinion, should be viewed as such.
    The story picks up with the evil Lord Voldemort in fear for his life as Harry Potter and the gang is slowly eliminating all of Voldemort’s shields. Once the last of these shields is destroyed, then Voldemort himself can be destroyed. Part 1 showed the destruction of the majority of them. Part 2 leads us on an adventure to find the final three which then leads to the final epic battle between Potter and Voldemort.
    Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Gint and Emma Watson all return in their final performances of the iconic roles of Harry, Ron and Hermione. Each stands out in their own particular way, although Mr. Gint does not have much to do in this film. In fact, Hermione really doesn’t have much either as this film is all about Harry and Voldemort.
    As expected, in the end evil is destroyed and good triumphs. Therefore, the film does contain a good, morale message. However, the violence and action are definitely a bit too intense for the young ones among us. I wouldn’t bring them to see this movie unless they are emotionally mature enough to deal with it. Other than that, there is nothing wrong with the film at all.
    Technically, the film might finally get the Oscar nominations that have been so elusive to this series. Personally, I cannot understand why “The Lord of the Rings” trilogy was nominated for so many Oscars and Harry Potter has not received too many at all. They both have had the same level of production values and special effects. Such award recognition is now overdue, although, not for anything more than the technical aspects.

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