At some point in everyone's working life there's probably been a boss they didn't really care for. I know I can share a story or two, but presumably so could most people. It's so common and a part of every day life that it's really surprising Horrible Bosses didn't come along sooner.
Directed by Seth Gordon, Horrible Bosses hits Blu-ray courtesy of New Line Cinema. This high definition release comes with a Blu-ray disc, DVD copy, and UltraViolet Digital Copy as well.
The film tells the story of three friends who all have to deal with hellish work lives. Nick (Jason Bateman) has to put up with Dave (Kevin Spacey), who is a manipulative hard-ass that wants nothing more than to make his employee's lives miserable. Nick in particular has been turning in crazy long days and pulling double time in order to make himself look good for the upcoming vice president position. Dave realizes that and exploits Nick for all he's worth, ultimately rolling the position into his own and in the process doubling his office space and salary.
Kurt (Jason Sudeikis) has worked at a chemical company for years under the guide, friendship and tutelage of a wonderful boss Jack (Donald Sutherland). When Jack kicks the bucket it leaves the company in the hands of Bobby (Colin Farrell), the coked out a-hole who hates Kurt, homosexuals, and cripples with a passion. Adding insult to injury is Dale (Charlie Day) who is a dental assistant working for the crazy hot Julia (Jennifer Aniston). All Dale ever wanted to be in life was a husband and now that he's engaged his boss wants nothing more than to have a torrid affair. Julia is a nympho and continuously sexually harasses Dale at work and offers him raunchy sex. Okay, maybe not everyone's problems are that bad.