Horrible Bosses 2: Movie Review

Attributes: Movie Reviews

Director: Sean Anders
Cast: Jason Bateman, Charlie Day, Jason Sudeikis, Jennifer Aniston, Jamie Foxx, Chris Pine, Christoph Waltz and Kevin Spacey 

Horrible Bosses 2 has its moments but isn’t as funny as compared to its prequel. Nonetheless, the sequel to the 2011 film carries some ‘outrageously racist’ yet hilarious jokes which will serve your purpose of fun filled weekend; provided you have the ability to digest them.  

After quitting their jobs Nick (Bateman), Kurt (Sudeikis) and Dale (Day) have become partners and have set up a manufacturing venture. A high profile business tycoon Burt Henson (Waltz) gives them an order of their lifetime. However, he double crosses them when the goods are ready for delivery. Fearing a life of bankruptcy the friends decide to kidnap Burt’s son Rex (Pine) to teach him a lesson. 

The film has a very tiny focus on an employer-employee relationship, unlike its prequel. Previously, the guys take a risk out of torture. Here, they resort to crime for the sake of it. They are shown as foolish entrepreneurs right from the beginning (which is impractical and difficult to believe). 

The leads are not up to the mark in their acting. It is the supports which steal the show. Dr Julia Harris (Aniston) hasn’t yet been able to cure her sex addiction, Harken (Spacey) is in prison (his interaction with the friends is a laugh riot) and Dean ‘Motherf**ker’ Jones (Foxx) is back to doing what he does best. Chris Pine is wasted. 

You must note that Sean Anders is the same director who co-wrote ‘Dumb and Dumber To’ which is one of the worst films of the year. If there is another sequel to this film then it will be similar to the ‘Hangover Series’; which became boring after the second film. 

I am going with 3 out of 5 Shors for Horrible Bosses 2. Sit back and enjoy!!

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