Laugh aloud: 'Horrible Bosses' dirty, hilarious
Horrible Bosses is funny and dirty, in about that order. Of George Carlin's famous "seven words you can never say on television," it omits only the usual one, I think, makes free with the others, and adds several that didn't make Carlin's cut. It also contains what the MPAA describes as "crude and sexual content," which I guess means both kinds at once.
The story involves three horrible bosses and the three employees who vow to murder them. What makes the movie work is how truly horrible the bosses are, what pathetic victims the employees are, and how bad the employees are at killing; they'd be fired in a second by Murder Inc. The movie causes particularly painful twinges at this moment, when employees are in a weak position and their bosses know it. Full review.Read more on: movie review