Horrible Bosses 2 is a comedy genre film from the United States (US) which released on November 26, 2014. Directed by Sean Anders, a figure who has successfully brought various other comedy genre films such as That’s My Boy, Daddy’s Home, and Mean Moms.
Produced by Brett Ratner, Jay Stern, and John Morris. This film based on the character created by Michael Markowitz from the previous sequel, while the script written by Sean Anders and John Morris. Starring Jason Sudeikis, Charlie Day, Jason Bateman, Jennifer Aniston, Jamie Foxx, Chris Pine and Christoph Waltz.
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Music arrangement by Christopher Lennertz, cinematography by Julio Macat, film editing by Eric Kissack. This 108-minute cinema distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures, earned a profit of 107 million US dollars. Get a rating from IMDb 6.3, Rotten Tomatoes 34%, and Metacritic 40.
Horrible Bosses 2 tells the story of the boredom of the main characters Nick (Jason Bateman), Kurt (Jason Sudeikis), and Dale (Charlie Day) being employees who have annoying bosses. Based on past resentments Nick, Kurt and Dale form a company in their own name.
Its product called Shower Buddy, a device that makes it easier for someone to do bathing activities. With this tool, consumers do not need to carry soap and shampoo anymore, because it is already in the tool.
One time they got a tender with a large company managed by Bert Hanson (Christoph Waltz) to buy goods from his company in large quantities. Nick, Kurt and Dale deftly recruit new employees to work on the large number of orders.
When the goods were finished, Bert Hanson unilaterally canceled the order, which threatened to bankrupt the company owned by Nick, Kurt and Dale.
Disappointed with this decision, they planned an attempt to kidnap the boss in exchange for money, which later the money would be used for company losses.
What next? Check out the trailer for the film as follows:
This Is The Reason Why ‘HORRIBLE BOSSES 2’ Gets Low Ratings
In the credit roll section, there is a statement for moviegoers to understand the continuation of this film. But, still HORRIBLE BOSSES 2 is not strong enough to beat the first sequel.
This film, which is full of light jokes and quite strong drama, actually seems like HORRIBLE BOSSES wrapped in a different packaging. The presence of Christopher Waltz was in fact not strong enough to raise the conflict between the three characters with different traits in this film.
The continuation of the characters Nick, Dale and Kurt, who started the story as bosses for their small business, feels underdeveloped. Building a small company, producing goods they invented, the film’s story writer seemed to lack developing his ideas. Like when the three characters have problems with their positions. They try to solve the problem but only make it worse. Feels stale and predictable for moviegoers.