“The Boss” (Review)

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Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Bell, Kathy Bates, Tyler Labine and Peter Dinklage

Directed By

Ben Falcone

Produced By

Melissa McCarthy, Ben Falcone, Will Ferrell, Adam McKay, Chris Henchy

Executive Produced By

Rob Cowan, Kevin Messick

Michelle Darnell crazy, smart business women who have earned a lot of sweet cash, she is one of the richest women in the world, and all that fame and money has transformed her into a business rock star with a crazy ego. The other leading character is in charge of Renault (Dinklage), a former lover and colleague that has an obsession with money and Michelle, which let Michelle in jail.

Michelle gets released from prison and found herself alone, forgotten; she has no longer has an empire, no money, friends and family that she never had regardless. She goes to her former assistance former assistant Claire (Bell), as the last resource because she doesn’t even has a house to stay. Somehow she ends staying in Claire house with her daughter and venture in s new business of brownie as she partners with Claire.

Everything sounds like a win-win situation for both, but the problem with Michelle is that she is scared of being closed to anyone, so being close to her is a gamble situation.

I got to say the movie was hilarious, in the entire time I, my daughter and the rest of the audience were laughing. Michelle character reminds me of this new movement of crazy gals getting into the blogging, yes powerful and sometimes crazy. I love Mellisa and Bell chemistry; you could tell that those two were having a good time on set. For some people the movie maybe to chic, but overall the movie is hilarious!

I give it a B+

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