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Sequels are awesome, plain and simple. Returning to familiar characters and worlds we love is like covering yourself with a warm blanket, although when a sequel is bad it can be like a blanket covered in potato bugs and lice. Studios love sequels because seven times out of ten they open huge, no matter how good they are. Get More »
These days, unemployment is a big deal. Everyone up to and including President Barack Obama is debating the best way to help out of work Americans find jobs. So you would think that people who actually already have jobs would be happy about it.
Well, apparently not, because according to The Hollywood Reporter, Jason Bateman, Jason Sudeikis and Charlie Day have all signed on for "Horrible Bosses 2."
Listen, guys. Killing your bosses once is one thing. But if you have to do it a second time, well, maybe the problem is actually you. Get More »
For those of us who love "Freaks & Geeks" or "Bones" (and who doesn't?), it may be difficult to imagine John Francis Daley as anything other than an adorable, upbeat nerd, but it seems the star is taking a decidedly darker look at life these days.
Daley, along with his writing partner Jonathan Goldstein, is trying his hand at box office success once again with a sequel to his 2011 revenge comedy "Horrible Bosses." Get More »
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From now on, comic-book superheroes will have some competition at the summer box office, and it comes in the shape of foul-mouthed humans. While mega-budgeted flicks like "Green Lantern" failed to live up the hype this year, "Bad Teacher," "The Hangover Part II," and "Horrible Bosses" decimated their expensive rivals, attracting audiences eager to laugh.
"Horrible Bosses," arguably the funniest of the bunch, lands on DVD and Blu-ray today. If you missed it this summer, now's your chance not only to get a good chuckle, but also to see Jennifer Aniston get lewd and very naughty. Get More »
Work -- or lack of work -- getting you down? Well, buck up, because whichever work-related affliction ails you, we have the cure: A brand new "Horrible Bosses" Blu-ray/DVD combo pack absolutely free.
Think of it as your NextMovie entertainment bailout plan.
If work has you in the dumps, then you're sure to enjoy the R-rated shenanigans of Jason Bateman, Charlie Day and Jason Sudeikis as they plot and scheme to knock off their horrible bosses (Kevin Spacey, Jennifer Aniston and Colin Farrell) once and for all.
And if the lack of work is what ails you, then you'll be even more excited over the fact that we're giving away two copies of the "Horrible Bosses" Blu-ray/DVD combo pack totally free. All you have to do is sign up and cross your fingers. Get More »
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This summer, you'd be forgiven for wondering if Jason Bateman was in every single movie being released. In reality, he's only in two -- "Horrible Bosses" and "The Change-Up" -- but his affable face invades your consciousness to the extent that you'd think he had a cameo in "Captain America."
He should have had a cameo in "Captain America. In fact, he should have had one in "Cowboys and Aliens," too. Bateman should be in everything, and we're not just saying it because he was so great as Michael Bluth on "Arrested Development." He's a flexible and talented performer, capable of doing much more than just uttering glib one-liners and mimicking Ryan Reynolds. Get More »
We're not saying everyone should emulate Colin Farrell's forehead-y look in "Horrible Bosses," but the movie has a few great looks.
Jennifer Aniston's makeup was awesome, Julie Bowen was sleek and Charlie Day's skill with weapons was enviable. Seriously! See for yourself in our latest Get the Goods.
"One of my favorite movies is 'The Purple Rose of Cairo,' because it's funny and it's inventive and it's heartbreaking. To me it's sort of a perfect movie because it's based in reality, then it goes into fantasy. It's also funny, but it's sad.
"It's a tragic movie, yet amusing the whole way through. Jeff Daniels is brilliant."
Charlie Day is the "wild card" co-creator and star of FX's hit comedy "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia," and plays a disgruntled dental assistant opposite Jennifer Aniston in the black comedy "Horrible Bosses."