My Boss's Daughter

2003

Action / Comedy / Romance

105
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 8%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 23%
IMDb Rating 4.7 10 26195

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Tara Reid as Lisa Taylor
Ashton Kutcher as Tom Stansfield
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by SnoopyStyle 2 / 10

everybody is annoying

Tom Stansfield (Ashton Kutcher) is a researcher at a publishing house in Chicago but he wants to be creative. He has a crush on Lisa Taylor (Tara Reid) who is the daughter of his domineering boss Jack Taylor (Terence Stamp). Jack fires his secretary Audrey Bennett (Molly Shannon) blaming it on Tom. Lisa is housesitting for her dad but she wants to go to a party. Lisa asks Tom to housesit so that she can attend her party. Tom assumes that it's a date. Jack has crazy requirements for his owl. Then the irresponsible brother Red (Andy Richter) returns hiding from drug dealer T.J. (Michael Madsen). Audrey comes by to ask for her job back but she brings her annoying boyfriend Spike (Tyler Labine). Spike drives off and Tom reluctantly lets Audrey stay. Lisa's boyfriend Hans cheated on her and she comes home early.

Everybody is annoying in this movie and Ashton Kutcher is the welcome mat for them to walk all over on. The screwball slapstick is annoying. Everything and everyone annoyed me in this movie. This is a David Zucker film but it needs to get the characters right before the slapstick comedy could actually work.

Reviewed by tiagofeits 10 / 10

Funny movie to have some laughs!

I don't get why the hate over this movie. Comedy is a genre to watch without compromise, you're there to laugh, and have some fun! This one gives you just that. Terrence Stamp shines along with Ashton, they're the stars. Ashton is the kind of guy who people relies to cover their butts, he's timid, reliable, and often gets little credit for his efforts. His boss is, well, every worker's nightmare, and the contrast of them both is what makes the movie enjoyable to watch. You have a lot of practical jokes, and while some may be a little too much, you'll get some good laughs. My advise is: don't take it too serious. I wasn't expecting much from it, watched it over cable TV, and had a blast. This movie deserves better.

Reviewed by curiousjasmine 3 / 10

This went from crude humor to another lame romantic comedy.

Well what can I say? The film is somewhat funny and bearable enough to finish but is tedious to the point of painful meanwhile kills time. The writers clearly were adamant about timing but it was effortful and the humor was sprinkled. Out of clear desperation the plot piggy backs off of earlier material to lay it on thick and is overall outlandish. Any form of appeal that the creators thought they could use they did whether it be through obscenity or provocation, I don't know who the target audience was but definitely not the classy type. Ashton Kutcher was put in a role that didn't seem too believable initially but then started to make sense as the film drew on but still in the end only proved to be utilitarian in the sense of making the film work not due to Ashton seeming the type. This film tapped into some striking issues regarding everything from race to weight and could've been funny yet influential but in the end goofiness took president over all else.

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