My Boss's Daughter


Action / Comedy / Romance

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 8%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 23%
IMDb Rating 4.7 10 25482


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Tara Reid as Lisa Taylor
Ashton Kutcher as Tom Stansfield
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650.12 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 26 min
P/S 3 / 14
1.20 GB
23.976 fps
1hr 26 min
P/S 4 / 8

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Lady Targaryen 7 / 10

I thought it was funny

Different from the biggest part of the people here, I liked this comedy. I hardly laugh with actual comedies, and this one, specially in the part where the boss says that the coffee was tasting like a shi*, I could have some fun. Ashton Kutcher(Tom) plays a young man who works as a researcher at a publishing company,who likes his boss's daughter,Lisa, and wants to move to the creative department.

The problem is his boss, who is a tough guy who intimidates everybody. Lisa,then, asks him to come to their house. He thinks that she likes him but in reality she wants him to fill in for her. He agrees, and that's when the mess begin!

Ps:You feel sorry for the character of Ashton Kutcher,because he is kind of an idiot who let people do anything with him....I was watching the movie ,and becoming mad at the same time! (laughs)

Reviewed by Claudio Carvalho 7 / 10

Silly, But Very Funny

Tom Stansfield (Ashton Kutcher) works in a publisher and has a very tough boss, Jack Taylor (Terence Stamp). He aims to have the chance to work in the Creation Department of the company. Tom is `Mr. Nice Guy', never being upset and helping his colleagues, and has a crush on Lisa Taylor (Tara Reid), the daughter of Jack. When Jack has to travel to Singapore, Lisa is in charge to housesit her father's house. However, she has a party in the evening and invites Tom to go to her place. Tom misunderstands the invitation of Lisa, thinking it was for a date with her, but when he arrives at the house, Jack is waiting for him with lots of recommendations and procedures to be followed. Jack has obsession for a neat house and his pride and joy is an owl. I believe it is no spoiler to say the everything goes wrong with Tom along the night, with the owl escaping and the most weird visitors arriving in and destroying the house. Although being very silly and full of cliches, sort of `Risky Business' and `Meet the Parents' together, this movie is also very funny. Using lots of scatological and black humor, it is almost impossible not laughing in many situations. Forgettable, but I liked it. Further, the DVD is full of extras. My vote is seven.

Title (Brazil): `A Filha do Chefe' (`The Boss's Daughter')

Reviewed by m0rg16 5 / 10

This is not a comedy, it's a tragedy.

I didn't like one bit of this movie. It was more like a Greek Tragedy play than a modern day comedy. It made me feel bad. Feel bad because the jokes were pretty bad, the plot was pretty bad and it felt like it was going to go on forever. Add to that, that we have seen this type of movies for years. We know how it's going to end. It tries to be somewhat serious at times. The movie brings up some issues that would better be left in dramas or TV Series. Not in comedy films, featuring Ashton Kutcher and Tara Reid.

The plot is about Tom Stansfield, that is working for some big publishing company. He has some great ideas for books, but is afraid of his boss, who happens to be a huge monster. At one point he starts to like this girl, who also works for the company. She asks Tom if he could watch her and her fathers house for her when she goes to a party. It just so happens that her father is Tom Stansfield's boss.

Of course, Tom gets himself into numerous "hilarious" situations, which we all have seen dozens of times before. It's somewhat similar to Home Alone, in the way that Tom gets unexpected visits from a dozen uninvited guests that stir up some "fun" situations.

I found myself extremely annoyed at Ashton Kutchers character. Because he was never developed, and all he ever did was getting yelled at by different people, and never has the courage to stand up for himself. Instead he just utters a couple of lines and accepts what's happening to him. This kind of cheap character development is extremely annoying. In the end scene he just "pops" up and suddenly he has developed and is brave enough to stand up for himself (how this happens, we never know).

The jokes are old, the movie is short, the plot is weak, the actors are crap, everything about this film is below par. Add to that that this so called "comedy" actually makes you depressed! That, if anything, warrants a "Extremely Bad Comedy" stamp.

I give it a 3/10. We've seen it ALL before. Absolutely nothing new. And nothing funny...

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