My Boss's Daughter

2006-03-30 12:12

Eager but accident-prone young executive Tom Stansfield has finally happened upon the opportunity of his lifetime: he can impress his megalomaniac boss and the boss's luscious daughter, Lisa, by simply house-sitting their lavish mansion for one night. It's a plan that could lead to love and success, if only the guests didn't keep arriving.

From director David Zucker (The Naked Gun, Airplane!) comes an outrageous, rowdy romantic comedy about a young man whose quest for the girl of his dreams is interrupted by a constant flow of calamities. One by one, a barrage of wild and crazy visitors take over the house he's supposed to be watching and turn it upside-down and inside out.

What the critics are saying:

"This is a movie that boggles the mind: a bad-taste comedy that makes the average effort by the Farrelly Brothers (mysteriously thanked in the credits) look like a Merchant-Ivory film."
- Michael Wilmington, Chicago Tribune

"Sitting through My Boss' Daughter is the enactment of a critic's worst nightmare."
- James Berardinelli, ReelViews

"With [Kutcher and Reid] as the star-crossed couple, the title of this movie should have been Zero Plus Zero Equals Zero."
- Wesley Morris, SFGate

This tired mess of a comedy has been on the shelf since 2000 - by the looks of things it should have stayed there. Fans of Dude, Where's My Car will love it.

Georgina 2003/12/03 3:33 PM
Splutter! Cough! Awful awful awful! Left a bad taste in my mouth all night. Dude Where's My Car was at least a LITTLE bit funnier. The Matrix
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