Horrible Bosses 2

Horrible Bosses 2

3.4 62 Ratings

Directed by : Sean Anders

Release Date : | Length : 108 Minutes

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Fed up with answering to higher-ups, Nick, Dale and Kurt decide to become their own bosses by launching their own business in "Horrible Bosses 2." But a slick investor soon pulls the rug out from under them. Outplayed and desperate, and with no legal recourse, the three would-be entrepreneurs hatch a misguided plan to kidnap ...more

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“An entertaining sequel with enough (even if predictable) twists, gags and ridiculous characters!”

Horrible Bosses 2 Audience Review

Not So Horrible Movie

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2014 has been a roller-coaster for comedy film sequels. On one hand, films like 22 Jump Street owned it. On the other, Dumber and Dumber To made you wish you could erase it from your memory. Horrible Bosses 2 falls somewhere in the middle of this spectrum. It had a few genuinely LOL worthy moments (the running gag with Katy Perry’s Roar had me in splits) and performances. But, it didn’t leave you rolling on the floor with laughter like its predecessor.  


This time around, we have the three nitwits - Nick, Kurt and Dale - ‘kidnaping’ their horrible boss’ son after they get the bad end of a business deal. As expected, nothing ever goes according to plan and what follows are some 90 minutes of light-hearted and laughable buffoonery. The horrible boss in question is played by a formidable Christoph Waltz (who didn’t get nearly enough screen time) and I can’t help but fawn over his son (played by the blonde haired, blue eyed nazi poster boy, Chris Pine).


Bateman, Day and Sudeikis slip into the stupid skins of their characters effortlessly(although they may have been a tad too stupid). The highlights of this film HAVE to be the characters from the previous film. Jennifer Aniston - hot and hilarious as ever. Jamie Foxx - well, is he ever not awesome? And last but not the least, Kevin Spacey. I never want a boss like him, that’s for sure.


All in all, it’s a decent comedy. You probably won’t regret watching this one. Go for it if you just need a breather from your hectic life (or perhaps the premise of the film echoes your own work environment). I would have called this movie awesome if Colin Farrell had given a guest appearance as a ghost.

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