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Jason Sudeikis stated in an interview that they wanted to put a gag in the film, where Jamie Foxx's character says to Nick, Kurt, and Dale, "You crackers got to go. I have three other crackers coming in," and as the trio get up to leave, the three characters from The Hangover movies would come in and sit at the booth. They finally decided against it, because it would take the audience out of the movie. Zach Galifianakis and Ed Helms (Alan and Stu from The Hangover film franchise) later heard about this, and thought the idea was hilarious. See more »
While waiting for the freight train to pass, the direction of the train changes in the middle of the scene. See more »
BECAUSE YOU HAVE NO BALLS! And your fathers had no balls. You were all a product of generations of ball-less men who were either too weak or too frightened to stand up and take what's theirs. And one day you will pass on your empty shriveled sacks to your own pitiful offspring!
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Just like in the first movie, outtakes and bloopers are shown at the beginning of the closing credits. See more »
I watched both 'Horrible Bosses' films back to back and it's clear that the first movie is the better of the two. 'Horrible Bosses 2' has its moments but lacks ideas and the originality of the first film. The guys are a lot more stupid in the sequel, they reminded me a lot of the Hangover trio. Whether that was deliberate or not I don't know, but they weren't that dumb in the first film.
By the standards of the average comedy movie, it's not bad. I laughed a few times, which is more than can be said about a lot of comedy sequels. Like in the first film, Aniston and Sudeikis are the highlight for me. Both are brilliant in their roles. 'Horrible Bosses 2' isn't as bad as some would have you believe, but there's a clear lack of ideas here.
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