Like a Boss

critic Reviews

21% Rotten Tomatometer Score21%
  • Like a Boss oversees a merger of powerful comedic talents, but the end results are likely to leave audience members feeling swindled out of their investments.
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    Matt BrunsonFilm Frenzy
    Like a Boss is a truly terrible movie that wastes the talents of a good cast in material that would be beneath everyone with the exception of Rob Schneider.
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    Peter GrayThis is Film
    Given how much proven talent there is collectively on board here ... you can't help but feel deflated when the resulting product is so mediocre, so by-the-numbers, and so predictable.
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    Frank OchiengFlick Feast
    [A] flat and flimsy premise deserving of an immediate pink slip. The monotonous Like a Boss drags out its cockeyed comedic conflict with all the originality and imagination of cherry-colored lip gloss.
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    James CrootStuff.co.nz
    Both Haddish and Byrne are very talented comedians. But this is not their finest hour-and-20-minutes. Everything about this flat, fatuous scenario feels forced and rushed.
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    Alonso DuraldeBreakfast All Day
    There are gags that land, but it's not a good movie.
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    Sandra HallSydney Morning Herald
    A few scatological gags are scattered through the script and Arteta lays on the slapstick with Haddish handling most of it. You get the impression that he's trying to make another Bridesmaids but that his nerve and his inspiration keep failing him.
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    Jim Schembri3AW
    There is a pretty decent fistful of laughs in the film, mostly from Rose Byrne, who has been stealing scenes in comedy films since Bridesmaids...Ironically, the film was intended as a vehicle for Tiffany Haddish, though she can't quite match her co-star.
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    Grant WatsonFiction Machine
    Far from the worst film you will likely see this year, but neither is it particularly good.
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    Rumaan AlamThe New Republic
    I'm overthinking, but even bad art can tell us something about ourselves. At this point, we understand how business works. Why aim for the glass ceiling at all?
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    Micheal ComptonBowling Green Daily News
    Despite a very talented cast and a director with a solid track record in the comedy genre, "Boss" can't overcome a wobbly screenplay.
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