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Horrible Bosses 2 (2014)

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Horrible Bosses 2 (2014)


Jason Bateman
Charlie Day
Jason Sudeikis
Jennifer Aniston
Jamie Foxx
Chris Pine
Christoph Waltz

Directed by Sean Anders

Don’t watch this movie, please don’t watch this movie, and if you have seen the part 1 and liked it, I beg you skip this.

Horrible Bosses 2 is the most impossibly stupid film I have seen in a while. The movie is so HORRIDLY BAD I couldn’t believe I liked the first part. The most annoying thing is they made me dislike the characters I loved in the first part, except Motherf#@ker Jones of cause.

Horrible Bosses part 1 had this new take about three guys doing the thing we wish we can do to our bosses, try and kill them. Their attempt was both funny and heart-warming, here in this crap of a movie these same guys tried to be their own bosses by trying to find an investor for their “shower buddy” idea, and got duped which showed how dumb they were.
You will think “this is a good take off for a good movie,” but Sean Anders blew it. These guys decided to kidnap the son (Chris Pine) of the man who duped them, the kidnapping changed to extortion, how that happened go read it on Wikipedia, don’t bother watching to find out.

Sean Anders wrote We’re the Millers (2013) which also starred Jennifer Aniston and Jason Sudeikis, directed this flick.

I read a review about this movie before watching it, I was told the movie was not great both I was guaranteed of laughing a bit. To be honest I didn’t even break a smile, the movie just dragged on and failed to make any sense.

I’m confused, how can likeable cast like this make me hate this movie so much, but I guess even actors have their off days. Except for Jamie Foxx, Chris Pine and Kevin Spacey, who were wonderful in this movie, the rest were annoying enough to make me wish I didn’t know their names.
Kevin Spacey had a cameo role in this and he was entertaining and funny, but not enough to save this movie.
The writers decided to go ahead and not only mess up the lead characters, but the supporting also, if you like the freak of an Aniston from the first, get ready to hate her.

Don’t watch this, don’t buy this and if someone recommends this as a good R-comedy please slap them across the face. If the makers decide to make a sequel, I will not be watching.


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