Horrible Bosses: Frothygirlz Review

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If The New York Times were to break the story that the NEA has been generously funding an ongoing study of manhood and brotherhood among everyday schmoes in contemporary culture, that would explain a lot. Surely few phenomena have been as comprehensively documented of late as the dilemma of nondescript modern men (usually lifelong buddies) forced by extreme circumstances beyond their control (roofies, bad bosses) into the type of reckless behavior (murder, breaking-and-entering, walking into a bar in the bad part of town) they would never normally contemplate.


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...Horrible Bosses is no different, a bromance-à-trois in the key of Judd Apatow, but it does deliver a nearly guilt-free summer comic spree, thanks mostly to the low-key charm of its three leads: Jason Bateman, Jason Sudeikis and Charlie Day.


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