Rated R · 98 minutes · 2011

Three strong comedic actors make what is a rip-off of 9 to 5 a good time. Three men (Jason Bateman, Jason Sudeikis and Charlie Day) are all having murderous thoughts about their bosses (Kevin Spacey, Colin Farrell and Jennifer Aniston). They hire a hit man (Jamie Foxx) to do the deed, but he insists upon only advising them. While the three workplace victims and their bosses are all funny, Bateman is my favorite. His straight-faced, deadpan reactions (used to full effect during his Arrested Development days) are top-notch and never off the mark. There’s something very funny about his debate with Sudeikis about who would get raped more if they both went to prison.

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Director: Seth Gordon
Producer: Brett Ratner, Jay Stern, Toby Emmerich, Richard Brener, Michael Disco, Samuel Brown and Diana Pokorny
Cast: Jason Bateman, Charlie Day, Jason Sudeikis, Jennifer Aniston, Colin Farrell, Kevin Spacey, Donald Sutherland, Jamie Foxx and Julie Bowen


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Portland Mercury White Man's Burden It sucks to be a white dude. No, really, it kind of does. by Alison Hallett 07/07/2011
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NUVO Ed reviews 'Horrible Bosses' Much like Ed's '93 Honda, "Horrible Bosses" ain't pretty, sputters at the start, and takes awhile to get up to speed. Eventually, however, it gets where it needs to go. by Ed Johnson-Ott 07/08/2011
Colorado Springs Independent Workplace wonder: Horrible Bosses At some point, your boss is bound to do something unfair, incompetent, lazy or just stupid. by Dan Hudak 07/07/2011
The Coast Halifax Horrible Bosses not bad at all Cast chemistry overcomes sluggish first act by Matt Semansky 07/07/2011
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Creative Loafing Atlanta Hollywood Product: Horrible Bosses Raunchy comedy achieves the baseline amount of laughs by Curt Holman 07/08/2011

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