Horrible Bosses: Revealed (S, N, L, V)

The typical sub-urban set takes audiences through the employer/employee dynamic. An exaggerated but quite entertaining glimpse into the different sides of what it truly means to suffer under the ruling thumb of sub-ordination.

Whoever you are; this really will make you feel better about your work environment. Kevin Spacey plays a tyrannical socio-path who enforces his so called “authority” with great zeal. Jennifer Aniston strips her “girl-next-door” role and portrays an over-promiscuous Dentist, who will stop at nothing to play out her fantasies. Then there is the well rounded talent of Colin Farrell who’s narcissistic; self-indulgence crushes all his employees.

For Nick (Jason Bateman), Kurt (Jason Sudeikis) and Dale (Charlie Day), the only solution is largely conditioned by the guidance of an ex-con (Jamie Fox). The movie also has a few surprises that are truly a result of entertaining ignorance and misunderstanding.

While the job hunt is a serious affair, it is important to remain optimistic and positive along the job search. If you are in the mood for a good laugh then Horrible Bosses is a definite must-see!

If you didn’t manage to read this week’s blog post on the modern boss and the modern workforce please read the article here.

By Zaheer Carrim

 

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