We finally see the nasty underbelly of the Spelling Bee circuit.
Can these guys be a band now?
Seriously, dude’s got that Andre the Giant syndrome or something. Right?
If you can see its loading screen, it’s already too late.
I JUST WANT MY LIFE BACK!
He had a good run.
Here’s where I would put an apt quote, but instead I’m gonna use Zuckercorn’s “Those? Those are balls!”
Be glad you don’t work at any of these places.
Be careful what you wish for…
A paycheck is a paycheck.
Holy balls! It’s really happening!
He should have been more careful with his Social Security #.
Maybe Jason Bateman should have switched bodies with a monkey.
A body swapping comedy that’s more focused on poop and butt hole jokes.
It turns out switching bodies with your best friend DOES create all sorts of problems.
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Exactly the safe kind of mainstream comedy you’d expect it to be.
Director: Seth GordonCast: Colin Farrell, Jason Bateman, Charlie Day, Jason Sudeikis, Jennifer Aniston, Kevin Spacey, Jamie Foxx, Donald SutherlandSynopsis: Three friends conspire to murder their awful bosses when they realize they are standing in the way of their happiness.Release Date: July 29, 2011
Let’s hope these aren’t all of the best parts.
Vince Vaughn to play an entirely new type of schlubby dude in this film. Hold on to your seats!
I am like the genie of internet posters, but only for specific movies at specific times.
Oh really? Your boss is Jennifer Aniston, and she’s putting the moves on you? That’s tragic, pal.
Jason Bateman, Charlie Day, and Jason Sudeikis are TCB (takin’ care of business).
What this version of the trailer lacks in outright profanity, it more than makes up for in bodily functions.
In the vein of ‘Vice Versa’ and ‘Like Father, Like Son’ comes another awesome mind-transfer movie, only without dads and sons.
Vince Vaughn, John Mayer and now Charlie Day (“It’s Always Sunny”) joins the No Jennifer Aniston Club. Check out these preview pics for ‘Horrible Bosses’ with Kevin Spacey and Jason Bateman.
Paul is like all those comedies I used to like, the kind where they were just plain good.