Excerpt: Warner present both the "Theatrical" and "Unrated" versions of the movie on a single blu-ray in the original aspect ratio of 2.40:1, using an AVC MPEG-4 codec. The film is naturally quite dark, and for the majority, this has made a welcome transition to blu-ray.
Excerpt: Nick hates his boss, Mr. Harken, as he constantly blackmails him with the idea of getting a promotion. Dale has his boss, Dr. Julia Harris, as she constantly tries to rape him while he just wants to get married with his girlfriend.
Excerpt: It’s amazing how much a boss/manager/supervisor can really affect your day to day life. Just like having that teacher in college that everyone wants, a boss can really make or break your career. It’s natural, I think, to naturally despise your boss though I’m sure many would disagree with me.
Excerpt: Anthony has already reviewed Horrible Bosses via its DVD release so the intention of this review is to simply provide a quick technical look at the Blu-ray version. I will offer a short take on the film and simply say that I enjoyed it a little more than Anthony did, mainly because I found the boss...
Conclusion: Horrible Bosses is among the funniest movies (and maybe is the funniest) of 2011 so far. So long as you can handle foul language and some dark (in theory, at least) comedy, this will have you laughing almost all the way through.
Conclusion: You are probably wondering why there’s only an average score here for a movie I love so much. Well, that’s because outside of the awesome pelicula housed on not one, but two Blu-ray discs here, everything else is pretty sub-par for the most part.
Excerpt: At some point in your life, you're going to end up with a horrible boss. In fact, I've been unfortunate enough to have a few of them over the years. But as bad as things were, I never once contemplated murder (torture, maybe, but never murder!).
Excerpt: Formula: Three regular guys in jobs that have turned for the worse. Reason? The title. The plan? Eliminate said bosses. Problem? These guys don’t have a clue. Each has their own fault, Nick (Jason Bateman) too burdened by his boss to do anything other than go with the flow.