My Boss's Daughter 2003

My Boss's Daughter

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Offensive, incoherent, and ineptly acted and directed.

8%

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23%

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A misunderstanding leads Tom Stansfield (Ashton Kutcher), a mild-mannered publishing house employee, to house-sit for his boss, Jack Taylor (Terence Stamp), instead of Jack's daughter, Lisa (Tara Reid), who goes partying. While Lisa is away, her older brother hides some drugs in the bathroom, which the family's pet owl ingests, causing it to behave erratically. Lisa comes home and starts to take a liking to Tom, but the situation is interrupted by an upset drug dealer and other mayhem.

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Critic Reviews for My Boss's Daughter

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  • Oct 06, 2012
    This movie is simply beyond terrible. This movie pretty much offered absolutely nothing in the way of redeeming qualities. It was simply shat out for a quick paycheck. You've never seen a movie try so hard to be funny yet completely failing at it every single time out. The humor in the film is absolutely horrid. It's a PG-13 gross out comedy. It is simply pathetic. This movie has no balls whatsoever. If you want to be a gross-out comedy, then go all the way with it. Don't chicken out because you're afraid teens won't be able to get in without their parents. It's not like the movie would've been any better, but at least it would've had some balls. The writing is downright awful and the acting is even worse. Ashton Kutcher and Tara Reid have absolutely no chemistry together. In fact, they might be among the worst on screen pairings in any romantic comedy that I've ever seen. And that covers a lot of ground. There's people in the cast that I enjoy watching but the writing in the film simply doesn't do them any favors. Whoever wrote this clearly had no interest in putting together a decent comedy, it was simply a paycheck and it shows. I'm not sure I'd put this among the worst films I've ever seen but it's only very slightly below that. An absolutely horrendous movie that nobody should ever watch.
    Jesse O Super Reviewer
  • Dec 06, 2011
    quite well made but i can see why this flopped. they had way to much going on they forgot to create a story
    Brendan N Super Reviewer
  • Nov 04, 2010
    Tom (Ashton Kutcher) works as a researcher at a publishing company who likes his co-worker Lisa (Tara Reid) who happens to be his boss's daughter. When she asks him to come over to her house he assumes they would go out together. As it turns out, she needed him to babysit her father's owl named O.J. while he went abroad on business. From the time Tom enters this house things go haywire from losing OJ, who ends up going fly crazy after ingesting some cocaine or was it heroin, to having all sorts of unsavory characters just let themselves in the house. Terence Stamp plays the psycho father, Jack Taylor pretty good. Can Tom do anything to get out of the mess he's in, keep his job, and most important--get Lisa to like him? Robber points a gun at Tom. Tom: *unzips pants* I've got a gun too, but you're just too afraid to use yours. Robber: *runs away* Lisa: That was so brave of you! Yeah right!! [Jack Taylor introduces his pet owl] Jack : This is O.J. Tom : O.J.? Like the murderer? Jack : No, like a football player. O.J. Simpson.
    Deb S Super Reviewer
  • Jun 17, 2009
    Ashton, suck my Kush... nurr.
    Coxxie M Super Reviewer

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