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The Boss (2016)

As much an argument for the inherent value of our betters as it is a narcissistic farce, The Boss is yet another comedy about redemption. Ben Falcone is responsible for directing and writing this thing, with Melissa McCarthy and Steve Mallory helping with the screenplay. 616 more words

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THE BOSS (2016) - My rating: 7/10

The Boss is not a particularly great movie but Melissa McCarthy made it the best it could possibly be.  Her character, Michelle Darnell grew up in an orphanage with children awaiting adoption, if they were lucky… 270 more words

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The Boss, directed by Ben Falcone who co-wrote the story with his wife Melissa McCarthy is a comedy that isn’t quite as unwatchable as Tammy (2014) – the couple’s last collaboration, but that doesn’t mean it’s particularly good either… 206 more words

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Starring: Melissa McCarthy, Sarah Marshall and Tyrion Lannister

McCarthy is one of those actors that you either can’t stand or totally love. Personally, I enjoy her movies, although this one was certainly not the best. 190 more words

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