• R, 1 hr. 46 min.
  • Comedy
  • Directed By:
    Seth Gordon
    In Theaters:
    Jul 8, 2011 Wide
    On DVD:
    Oct 11, 2011
  • Warner Bros. Pictures

Critic Review - ReelViews

For something like Horrible Bosses to sparkle, the actors have to shine... and shine they do.

July 10, 2011 Full Review Source: ReelViews | Comments (8)
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Robert Zyskowski

Robert Zyskowski

This was a FUN time at the movies. I agree that Bridesmaids was inferior.

Jul 20 - 07:15 AM

Sumner Strickland

Sumner Strickland

Ok you can give this a goo d review but you can't give Dazed and confused one Thats bull shit if it weren't for you dazed and confused would have a perfect 100! Asshole

Jul 22 - 04:30 PM

Mason S.

Mason Schuler

You can't accuse someone of having an opinion.

Oct 16 - 07:43 PM

Connor Johnson

Connor Johnson

Why don't you post your complaint on this guy's Dazed and Confused review?

Oct 16 - 08:29 PM

Sarah L.

Sarah Long

Totally agreed, Jason Sudeikis is the best of a great ensemble. Hilarious film!!!!

Oct 8 - 01:51 PM

bill t.

bill toms

great drugs you'er on. can i get some? i fact get me bunch because whatever allowed you to view this crap and see it the way you did needs to be a powerful mind alternating chemical. #1 the office boss and the warehouse both deserved to be publicly flogged then put to death. but the dentist boss.... she's fine as wine and randy as a goat. no man could refuse her sexual offers. except the twerp playing her asssitant who became so distaseful in his refusals and repugent in his manner that when i turned it off 1/2 through i thought that it was he who needed a public flogging and then a slow death. if you like this movie then somebodies paying you off.

Dec 9 - 12:47 PM

Luke Engelskirch

Luke Engelskirch

Okay, you didn't like Colin Farrell and Kevin Spacey as the bosses they played. They deserved to be "flogged." Could it be because they are supposed to be...Horrible? And did you watch any portion of Charlie Day's character at all? He doesn't want to get with Jennifer Aniston's character because he wants to be a husband, dipshit. He's supposed to be a nice guy being put in an awkward situation, which is caused by his life-long fantasy of being a husband. It's weird, which is why it's supposed to be funny. Are you sure you're not already on drugs? Your spelling seems like it's a dead giveaway, but you might just be retarded.

Apr 22 - 01:49 PM

Kimberly Faith Paredes

Kimberly Faith Paredes

Feb 7 - 11:36 PM

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