Horrible Bosses should have avoided a sequel


To follow up the 2011 comedy Horrible Bosses, the cast reunites for a hilariously entertaining sequel. The first movie did relatively well, bringing in many people all over the country to have a good laugh. Horrible Bosses 2, released November 26, hasn’t gotten quite the reaction the first movie did.

Critics are not impressed with the comedy’s sequel, saying it was a waste of a strong cast, which includes Jennifer Aniston, Jamie Foxx, and Kevin Spacey. The failure to live up to expectations meant that many fans-to-be left the theater feeling let down

The improbable storyline involves kidnapping, and anyone who paid to watch this movie will feel a little like they were expected to pay a ransom as they watch this juvenile excuse for entertainment. This movie is 108 minutes of painful reminder that not every successful movie needs a sequel.

The movie is rated R (restricted- under 17 requires accompanying parent or adult guardian). Viewers may get a few laughs during “Horrible Bosses 2”, but it seems to be vulgar and failing to justify its own existence.