Heroes of the film "Horrible Bosses" - Three friends who seem to be good people,and work well. But the bosses load their work beyond measure, constantly finding fault and always unhappy with everyone. What if the boss's "caprices" interfere with your life? Maybe try to get rid of the boss once and for all?
Nick Hendrix hates his boss, Mr.Harken, mainly for the fact that he forces him to work from dusk until dawn and announces reprimand for every delay. Dale Arbus hates his boss, Dr. Julie Harris, because she frankly solicits him, while Dale is going to marry. And Kurt Buckman likes his boss and his work ... well, until the boss dies and his psychotic son becomes his successor.
None of the three friends can quit - eachfor their own reasons. And who will be so stupid as to leave work during the crisis? But do something! Then Nick, Dale and Kurt decide that they need to kill their superiors: no boss - no problem!
Information about the film
Name: Horrible Bosses
Original name: Horrible Bosses
Tagline: "Is your boss a slave-driving psycho?"
A country: USA
Genre: comedy, crime
Producer: Seth Gordon
Cast: Jennifer Aniston, Jason Bateman, Charlie Day,Jason Sudeikis, Colin Farrell, Jamie Foxx, Kevin Spacey, Julie Bowen, Donald Sutherland, Lindsay Sloan, Kevin Pennington, John Francis Daily, Ioan Griffith
Scenario: Michael Markowitz, John Francis Dayley, Jonathan M. Goldstein
World premiere: July 8, 2011
Premiere in the Russian Federation: August 4, 2011
Duration: 98 minutes
The director of the film The Inexperienced Bosses Seth Gordon became famous for his work on the popular TV series "Office".
Screenwriter John Francis Daley performed a small role in the film.
The cast of the film includes a whole galaxyHollywood stars of the first magnitude. Prior to the filming of the "Inexperienced Bosses", they had never worked together as a team, but Jennifer Aniston had previously starred with Jason Sudeikis and Jason Bateman.
British actor Ioan Griffith played in the movie role-cameo (ie himself).
Jennifer Aniston's fee for taking part in the shootings was $ 6 million.