What sounds fairly ordinary plays for big laughs, with Day delivering most of them. Known for his high-pitched chatterbox character on It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Day’s kinetic energy is infectious in Horrible Bosses; he’s practically worth the price of admission.
Paul Rudd specializes in playing doofuses, so acting the idiot brother in Jesse Peretz’s stoner comedy is hardly a stretch. His Ned is a hippie savant who changes the world around him by being compulsively truthful.
Adam and his therapist Katherine (Anna Kendrick) provide the romantic angle. As his condition worsens, they becomes more attached. Will he pull through and if so will Adam and Katherine live happily ever after?
Like Friday After Next, the third Harold & Kumar installment is a Christmas movie. And just like Friday After Next, Todd Strauss-Schhulson’s A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas is a decidely mixed holiday bag.
While Chris is away, Briggs menaces Kate, but it’s Sebastian who has eyes for the blonded beauty. In Panama, they score the loot and some coke to boot. However, Chris doesn’t want the blow (clearly Briggs, who snorts lines, does) and threatens to toss it overboard
Miss Bala really should be named Miss Baja, the pageant that takes place during Gerardo Naranjo’s Mexican action flick. Stephanie Sigman stars as an aspiring beauty queen who’s abducted by a vicious drug gang.