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The Boss is a movie starring Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Bell, and Peter Dinklage. A titan of industry is sent to prison after she's caught insider trading. When she emerges ready to rebrand herself as America's latest sweetheart, not...

Ben Falcone
Kristen Bell, Melissa McCarthy, Peter Dinklage, Ella Anderson

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Genres Comedy
Director Ben Falcone
Writer Melissa McCarthy, Ben Falcone, Steve Mallory
Stars Kristen Bell, Melissa McCarthy, Peter Dinklage, Ella Anderson
Country USA
Also Known As Sefica, 甜心大姐頭, A Chefe, Michelle Darnell, Το αφεντικό, Sefa, Szefowa, A Chefa, A főnök, Es la jefa, The Boss - Dick im Geschäft, Šefica, La patronne, メリッサ・マッカーシー in ザ・ボス 世界で一番お金が好き!, Boss, La jefa, Bose
Runtime 1 h 39 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Michelle Darnell is the wealthy (she the forty-eighth richest woman in the US), successful, narcissistic, brash, and over-the-top businesswoman of her self-branded empire based in Manhattan. She is a manifestation of her upbringing, she, an orphan, having been rejected by a series of parents who did adopt her but ended up sending her back to the Catholic orphanage. Her life changes abruptly when turned in to the authorities by cutthroat business rival Renault (whose real name is Ronald, he changing it to sound more important) for insider trading, he a serious boyfriend twenty-five years ago before either became rich and successful. Upon her release from prison, Michelle, now bankrupt with no where to go and no one to turn to with her most recent associates having burnt their bridges in their true dislike for her, ends up turning to who was her hard working but unappreciated assistant, single mom Claire Rawlings, taking Michelle into her tiny Brooklyn apartment only on the urging of her empathetic ten year old daughter, Rachel Rawlings. With none of those former associates even wanting to speak to her, Michelle has to find a way to get back on her feet to the style to which she is accustomed. She believes she's found a way through both Rachel and Claire, who have to decide if Michelle is worth the risk, her business plan which does have at its core girl empowerment which she herself learned the hard way. Michelle herself may be the biggest obstacle in well hidden insecurities coming to the surface.

Top reviews

Saturday, 06 Jun 2020 05:25

The Boss is a much more complex film than it initially appears, as there are many different story lines intertwining to a fantastic conclusion. In this post-Vietnam America, Amy (Gretchen Mol) is an actress who appears on the big screen, but has just released her fourth major film "Everything's the Same". Her film is called "The Boss" and tells the story of how her studio finds itself in debt to the factory owner by a new producer who believes he can make a quick buck from Amy's success. The producers can make the extra $2 million in a few days and hope that Amy will accept it, or make them all pay in full. The Boss is a post-Vietnam America that has gone back to the days of "Bonnie & Clyde" in which the factory owner sends his men after any contractors who are seen in the building. The cast is led by Laurie Metcalf as Amy who plays her role as an actress very well. Albert Brooks as Mr. Carter, a womanizer, plays him extremely well and takes us through the film to the end. The Boss is an amazingly layered film that may have benefited from less cliche elements, as there are many different stories to a film. It is very much a tale of revenge and seeing how the villain feels about being held accountable. The film stars a great cast that includes Kevin Spacey, Patrick Warburton, Allison Janney, and Bill Murray. In the end, the film is a triumph of style and acting. The film is one of a handful of films that will leave you speechless and wanting to know more.
Friday, 29 May 2020 03:03

I absolutely LOVED this movie. I thought it was very funny and just plain fun to watch. I enjoyed it so much that I thought it was going to be really good because my boyfriend had seen it a couple of times and he thought it was great. However, it didn't quite live up to the hype. It isn't terrible by any means, but just to me it felt like it was lacking a little something. I really enjoyed the social satire and the main character was such a great character. Plus, it was super funny. It really was like a missed opportunity to try something different and still get it right. I like to see a lot of movies, but I tend to just go and watch some random movie to find out what it is all about. But I didn't need to be told a lot about this movie because I found out within the first 20 minutes that it was basically about a young woman who is getting fired from her job and then decides to become a boss of her ex's. All of these aspects work really well together and I found myself laughing really hard at everything. I think the main flaw of this movie was a little disappointing to me was the end. I really wasn't sure what was going to happen. I don't know if it was really needed or what, but I found the end a little hard to swallow, maybe because I just didn't think that was how it was going to end. Overall, I thought that this was a really good movie and I really loved it, but it wasn't quite the same as people said it was. I definitely recommend this movie to anyone who's a fan of comedy and I hope that people will be watching this movie because it really is that good.

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