Although I found this movie entertaining, it was a little too "on-the-nose" for me.
Justing Lebrun plays a verbally abusive, sexist, racist CEO who has been molded by his father. He is known to be a cheater and liar who belittles and slave drives his employees. He receives an invitation to his own 40th birthday party by his staff and is excited, as he has never had a birthday party because of his father. But, the employees are not there to honor him. Oh, no.
This was a quick watch. Although I enjoyed it I would have like to see a little bit more. William E. Harris has a short part but I would have like to see more from his character. It would have added a little depth to the story.
As it stands, mean boss gets payback from employees. A little over and hour. Mediocre dark comedy. I watched it, but I wouldn't choose to watch it again. And I'll probably forget it after submitting this review.
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