Jason Sudeikis may have reservations about killing someone as hot as Jennifer Aniston, but Charlie Day doesn't.
"I'm in, let's kill this bitch!" the meek dental hygienist exclaims after being sexually harassed one too many times by the dentist he works for, played by Aniston—who's sporting thick bangs and, in one lingering scene, black lace lingerie for the occasion—in the comedy Horrible Bosses.
Apparently taking workers' comp or quitting would be out of the question.
So that's how Day gets on board with a scheme hatched with his similarly beleaguered buddies, played by Sudeikis and Jason Bateman, who are also punching the clock for some A-one a-holes.
A smarmy Kevin Spacey, imported straight from Swimming With Sharks (and most of his other movies), is the drain on Bateman, while Colin Farrell and his scene-stealing comb-over are keeping Sudeikis up at nights.
Shenanigans ensue and, while we have high hopes considering the awesome cast, it's unclear how Horrible Bosses, with its funny yet disturbing premise, is going to keep the laughs lighthearted without veering into worse-than-bad-taste territory.