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: 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!).
Conclusion: Ah, R-rated comedies. One man's Animal House is another man's... well, Animal House . Horrible Bosses doesn't crack the comic code or reinvent the Throw Momma From the Train wheel, but its casting coups, hard-working leading men and side-splitting performances help it outclass the Wolfpack's sequel,...
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.