“Horrible Bosses 2 is, quite obviously, a sequel of a runaway success.
I’m just going to let that statement settle in for a while.
Now that you have that in mind, let’s look at the directorial credits of the first Horrible Bosses. Seth Gordon directed this particular film, and he’s had dazzlingly acclaimed films like The King of Kong and some daring-but-slippery attempts like the documentary film Freakonomics (yes, adapted from the much loved book that went nuts on us) to his credit. While we’re going to conveniently forget Identity Thief, we can – at the very least – say that he’s definitely a director to reckon with. After all, it’s not always that one gets to have the frightening burden of directing the upcoming movie adaptation of Uncharted, which is easily one the most popular game franchises of all time.
Now that we have that in context, let’s look at the profile of Sean Anders for just a few seconds. His filmography includes such gems as his directorial ventures That’s My Boy and Sex Drive, with such shining stars of writing credits as We’re the Millers and the recent piece of brilliance, Dumb and Dumber To.
The above paragraph was sarcasm, just in case some of you didn’t get it.“
– excerpt of the review by Ankit Ojha
I have to admit. Horrible Bosses may not have been such an original film, but the humor was brilliantly timed, and I laughed out loud at most of it. Horrible Bosses 2 though – it was relying far too much on the same jokes in its trailers. Did it turn out good or bad? Click here to read the review: http://cinemaelite.com/film-reviews/horrible-bosses-2-movie-review/