Boy, did we have a good time or what watching the new Hollywood release Horrible Bosses?
We sure did, sweetie. Sure did.
You’ve gotta see this movie, man.
Total Fucking Asshole, Evil Crazy Bitch, Dipshit Cokehead
Some bosses (see above descriptions), eh?
Fine writing, a brisk pace and decent acting turns the fairly simple story-line of Horrible Bosses into a delicious comedy that had the folks at our theater in splits for the most part of this film today.
True to its title, Horrible Bosses deals with the awful bosses of three pals Nick (Jason Bateman), Dale (Charlie Day)and Kurt (Jason Sudeikis) who have reached the end of their limits in dealing with their bosses.
It’s hard to figure who’s got the worst boss of the three buddies.
Dave Harken (Kevin Spacey) is a slave-driver and a “Total Fucking Asshole” who’s been jerking Nick around into believing he’s the favored candidate for Senior VP of sales. Until the day Dave shafts Nick badly over the promotion. Spacey is a fine actor and once again he delivers in great style in a small but important role.
Jennifer Aniston plays the nymphomaniac dentist Julia. An ‘Evil Crazy Bitch,’ Julia is not merely making life hell for her Registered Sex Offender dental hygienist assistant Dale but ups the ante by threatening to torpedo his impending marriage. Man, this woman looks hot with her tits hanging out in one particularly hilarious scene. Whoever knew a skinny frame could bear the weight of such nice tatas so well. 😉
Then there’s the ‘Dipshit Cokehead‘ Bobby Pellitt, played by the fine Irish actor Colin Farrell who’s not only making the priapically-inclined Kurt miserable but running the company, his old-man had carefully built, into the ground.
When requests and protests don’t work with the awful bosses, only one solution is available for Nick, Dale and Kurt.
Yes, folks. The Final Solution, get rid of their bosses.
Ha ha ha. Now the fun gets better as our trio try to hire a killer.
The first attempt is too hilarious for words.
Then, Murder Consultant Dean ‘Motherfucker’ Jones (Jamie Foxx) walks in to liven up things further.
Each of the characters of the three friends is amusing in his own right but as an ensemble, they’re a sweet lollypop you can keep sucking on for the duration of the movie.
Charlie Day, particularly, is a riot!
The laughs keep coming and coming and coming attesting to the great job on the story by Michael Markowitzscript and screenplay writers John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein.
Go for It
This weekend, you can’t do better than Horrible Bosses at the movies in the U.S.
Horrible Bosses is playing in theaters across the U.S.
And if you do go, don’t miss the Indian connection in Gregory Atmanand, the call center employee. 😉
SearchIndia.com unequivocally recommends Horrible Bosses for all ye schmucks this weekend!