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Horrible Bosses
Literally, the best part of horrible bosses was Jaimie Foxx.  Mother$*@#er Jones.  He was the “Alan” from The Hangover.  All of his lines and stories were hilarious and insanely funny. It was kind of predictable in some parts, but there were some twists and turns.  Jason Bateman and Jason Sudeikis weren’t as utilized as they could’ve been.  It was a let down for Arrested Development fans who wanted to see their golden boy really deliver. Overall, the movie was okay with some funny moments. 
7.8/ 10

Jennifer Aniston was the one that really played outside her frame of work and shined in this movie though.  I would see  it again with friends (probably, not in theaters) probably when it comes out on DVD (netflix!),  but still really funny. It was better than The Hangover 2,  that’s for sure!

Horrible Bosses

Literally, the best part of horrible bosses was Jaimie Foxx.  Mother$*@#er Jones.  He was the “Alan” from The Hangover.  All of his lines and stories were hilarious and insanely funny. It was kind of predictable in some parts, but there were some twists and turns.  Jason Bateman and Jason Sudeikis weren’t as utilized as they could’ve been.  It was a let down for Arrested Development fans who wanted to see their golden boy really deliver. Overall, the movie was okay with some funny moments. 

7.8/ 10

Jennifer Aniston was the one that really played outside her frame of work and shined in this movie though.  I would see  it again with friends (probably, not in theaters) probably when it comes out on DVD (netflix!),  but still really funny. It was better than The Hangover 2,  that’s for sure!