The only real physical comedy in My Boss's Daughter comes from Zucker, Dorfman, and Kutcher stumbling over each other, but it's unlikely anyone will laugh.
The real disaster is the slapstick-ridden script, which a great supporting cast is powerless to salvage.
| Original Score: 1/4
A pretty good cast and a pretty good director are pretty much wasted in My Boss's Daughter.
| Original Score: 1.5/4
My Boss's Daughter is a stinker from start to endless finish.
| Original Score: 0.5/5
Kutcher comedy is crude, offensive, and all-around bad.
| Original Score: 1/5
Comedy's cardinal rule is never make it look hard, but that wisdom is ignored in My Boss's Daughter.
The direction of David Zucker is as uninspired and numbing as the script.
I believe in a movie's right to die.
The spectacularly unfunny supporting cast -- including Dave Foley, Jeffrey Tambor and David Koechner -- doesn't help either. But luckily Kutcher is there to try to clean up the mess.
Few films are as consistently pathetic.
| Original Score: D-
I don't rate this at the bottom of the barrel because the film does have a few funny moments. But I wouldn't recommend it to anyone with the slightest inclination to good taste.
| Original Score: 2/10
...not as bad as you might think...
| Original Score: 2.5/4
This cute and often surprising comedy is a brazen bid to clone Meet The Parents and it succeeds beyond this reviewer's worst fears.
Kutcher and Reid not only don't light up the screen, they put out the candles.
| Original Score: 3/10
Ashton Kutcher and Tara Reid belong on magazine covers. In John Zucker's My Boss's Daughter, however, the fetching pair are plucked from their natural habitat and forced to attempt acting.
| Original Score: 0.5/4
Some of the worst acting in a movie in 2003.
| Original Score: 1/4
The simple premise pushes credibility beyond breaking point as ridiculous situations increase in number and size.
It should have been called "My Boss's House" because there was very little focus on the boss's hot daughter.
Avoid it like the plague.
It could have been worse, but not much. Long-delayed and much feared, My Boss's Daughter is at times painfully unfunny.