Saturday, July 30, 2011

Horrible Bosses: A Hilarious Mockery of the Everyday Workplace

By: Da'Mon Guy

     Horrible Bosses is an entertaining, hilarious mockery of the everyday workplace. The film is a humorous undertaking that becomes a showcase for what many working class Americans have fantasized about at one time or another. It’s composed of a great cast of Hollywood talent featuring the likes of Jason Batman (The Change-Up), Jason Sudeikis (Hall Pass), Chris Day (Going the Distance), Kevin Spacey (The Men Who Stare at Goats), Jennifer Anniston (Just Go With It), Colin Farrell (Fright Night 2011), Jamie Foxx (Due Date), and Donald Sutherland (The Mechanic 2011).

    Horrible Bosses infuses a jocular approach to the extenuating circumstances that surround some workplace environments. The movie humorously exaggerates and then pokes fun at some of the everyday trauma that some employees face at the hands of their supervisors. It humorously embellishes on the thoughts of some Americans about their bosses. The movie stockpiled with a number of workplace situations that allows its audience to be able to relate to them and then it hilariously scoff at them.

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