The first Horrible Bosses wasn’t a bad movie at all, mainly thanks to the performances of the three horrible bosses in the title.
ennifer Aniston had fun playing a sex addict and Colin Farrell and Kevin Spacey loved being horrible.
Whether we wanted a sequel or not, we got one, but according to The Independent screenwriter Paul Whitington, they didn’t have to care.
It’s her first one-star movie of the year thanks to a shady plot, poor writing and the very irritating voice of Charlie Day.
Fortunately, this is the only real stink of the week. The other big exit, Paddington, is quite a charming affair.
The Peruvian bear has had several incarnations since the 1950s, when it first arrived as a character in the books by Michael Bond.
Fans of the 1970s 3D / 2D animated series were dismayed when they saw the new Paddington slimline, but Paul recommends giving the guy a chance – it’s the perfect party feature for the whole family.
Boasting a cast that includes Sally Hawkins, Julie Walters, Imelda Staunton, Hugh Bonneville, Dr Who himself in the form of Peter Capaldi, and the crÃ¨me de la crÃ¨me of British talent, it’s witty, charming and fun. What more could you want?
Also see I Am Ali, a documentary on the life of Muhammad Ali that focuses on his personal and family life as opposed to his career and features audio cassettes that he recorded throughout his life.