Horrible Bosses 2

Horrible Bosses 2

Horrible Bosses 2

Following on from 2011's surprise cult-hit Horrible Bosses, Nick (Jason Bateman), Dale (Charlie Day) and Kurt (Jason Sudeikis) launch a business and become their own  bosses. But when a slick investor outplays them, the desperate trio - with no legal recourse - hatch a misguided plan to kidnap the investor's adult son and ransom him to regain control of their company. Returning co-stars from the original include Jennifer Aniston, Kevin Spacey and Jamie Foxx alongside new faces Christoph Waltz and Chris Pine.

2014Rating: MA15+, Strong sex scenes, sexual references and coarse language108 minsUSA
Comedy

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Horrible Bosses 2 / Reviews

Flicks, Liam Maguren

Flicks, Liam Maguren

We had a lot of good things to say about 2011’s Horrible Bosses, namely that it was “adult without being crass,” and “goofy without being stupid.” Changing directorial hands from Seth Gordon (The King of Kong) to Sean Anders (That’s My Boy), this unfortunate sequel happily settles for crassness and stupidity.

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Variety

Variety

This inane and incredibly tasteless sequel qualifies as an excuse to bring back those hard-working funnymen Jason Bateman, Charlie Day and Jason Sudeikis...

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Total Film

Total Film

Looser, more conventional, and highly dependent on the enjoyably rambling bro-banter...

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Time Out

Time Out

Another convoluted tale of criminal bumbling.

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The New York Times

The New York Times

One of the sloppiest and most unnecessary Hollywood sequels ever made.

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The Dissolve

The Dissolve

Sudeikis and Day's dumb-and-dumber shtick feels tired, and Bateman sags under the joyless weight of being the token adult in yet another lowbrow romp beneath his dignity.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

Bogs down in predictability with reliance on too many stock situations that absorb the bulk of the running time.

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Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

Horrible Bosses 2 does at least try harder than the lazy remake-the-first-one-in-a-new-location rule of so many comedy sequels...

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