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'Horrible Bosses 2': Jason Bateman, Jason Sudeikis, And Charlie Day Will...

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Horrible Bosses - Charlie Day, Jason Sudeikis, Jason Bateman
Hey, look, just because a film’s plot is totally resolved beyond a doubt and the arc of all the major characters therein are totally completed doesn’t mean the story’s really over, right?  Right?  Ok, look—Horrible Bosses was filmed for $35 million in 2011.  In made $300 million in worldwide box office.  It’s getting a sequel, and we should just accept that.

Identity Thief: Movie Review

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Identity Thief
Black comedies are difficult to pull off but, when done right they turn into instant classics that fans will share with others for years to come. Identity Thief is not one of those films. It delivers is a predictable story with unlikeable characters. By the end you believe that our hero deserved to get his identity stolen.

'Identity Thief' Trailer: Jason Bateman has a Midnight Run with Melissa...

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There are a number of films that have tried to do the Midnight Run/Planes, Trains, and Automobiles thing, and it's a hard balance to strike. That seems to be what Identity Thief is going after, as it pairs Jason Bateman as the hapless straight man who must take Melissa McCarthy across country to clear his name.Now there's a...

Horrible Bosses: Movie Review

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Charlie Day, Jason Sudekis and Jason Bateman in Horrible Bosses
Halfway between the "put the camera down and let them riff" style of Judd Apatow productions, and the "tight and visually stylized" Todd Phillips aesthetic, Horrible Bosses takes a high concept premise but then lets its actors play in this dark and funny comedy. The film stars Jason Bateman, Charlie Day and Jason Sudekis as men tormented by their employers, who...

1-1: Seth Gordon on Horrible Bosses

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Seth Gordon and Jennifer Aniston on the set of Horrible Bosses
Seth Gordon made The King of Kong, and it changed his life. It was the film that got him making feature films, and doing TV work. His latest is Horrible Bosses and it's his best film since Kong. An ensemble comedy with great talents, the film delivers great laughs and a solid plot. Gordon makes for a good...

Jennifer Aniston Circling Horrible Bosses

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We're convinced that Jennifer Aniston is afraid of change because over the past few years she's played the same character in all her films. She needs to pull a Julia Roberts and do an Erin Brockovich type role so we can be reminded that she has acting range. But until then, THR is reporting that Aniston is in talks to star in a developing comedy called...

Seth Gordon To Direct King Dork

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The director of The King of Kong has a new King -- King Dork. According to /film, Seth Gordon is in the talks to direct a big screen adaptation of Frank Portman's young King Dork, a drama/comedy about a teenage misfit who seeks refuge in music (we can relate to that), and tries to uncover the truth...