Horrible Bosses 2 delivers easy laughs

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Jennifer Anniston and Charlie Day.
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MOVIE REVIEW: If you want an easy laugh, then you will be delighted with Horrible Bosses 2.

Directed and written by Sean Anders, his cleverly crafted one liners will leave you wanting more.

Horrible Bosses 2 features the further misadventures of Nick (Jason Bateman), Kurt (Jason Sudeikis) and Dale (Charlie Day), three sketchy gestures towards the comic potential of blundering and male bonding.

In the opening scene Dale sweats profusely on live TV, with Kurt and Nick quietly trying to calm him down.

They are on a morning show awkwardly advertising their newest invention ‘The Shower Buddy’.

They are approached by a multi-million dollar empire to start a company to build these ‘Shower Buddy’s and the proposal goes pear shaped.

This film is filled with the typical anecdotes from the first movie and one is constantly amused by the stupidity of the three best mates.

WATCH: Horrible Bosses 2 trailer

The stunning Jennifer Anniston plays the sex fiend dentist who has progressed to hosting her own sex addiction group.

Except, in this movie she has an obsession for converting gay men to straight men and she does this by sleeping with them in her office.

The new character Rex Hanson, played by Christopher Pine, has an appetite for taking the mickey out of these three guys.

After finding out that his father would rather have money instead of relationship with him, he teams up with these guys to get revenge.

Dale, in an attempt to get them out of a very sticky situation with the sex fiend dentist states ‘It’s not adultery if you do it to save your family’, unbeknownst to him his wife is standing behind him.

The film ends on a very funny note and one which you wouldn’t expect.

This film is not for the young but for those who enjoy an easy laugh that doesn’t require a lot of brainpower.

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