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  My Boss's Daughter cinematronic
  director

David Zucker

cast

Ashton Kutcher, Tara Reid, Terence Stamp, Andy Richter, Molly Shannon, Jeffrey Tambor, Michael Madsen, Dave Foley, Carmen Electra, Kenan Thompson, David Koechner, Jon Abrahams

year

2003

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  Odious, tiresome and rampantly unfunny, "My Boss's Daughter" stars vapid one-note pretty-boy Ashton Kutcher and shallow blonde mall-sylph Tara Reid. But the supposed comedy is more notable for misusing and abusing skillful players such as Terence Stamp ("The Limey"), Dave Foley ("The Kids in the Hall") Andy Richter and Jeffrey Tambor. It's also a platform for the meager abilities of ex-"Saturday Night Live" unfunny-girl Molly Shannon and former "Baywatch" bimbo Carmen Electra. Although these performers are of varying abilities and worth, the one thing they now have in common is that they were stupid enough to sign up for "My Boss's Daughter," despite a rotten script by David Dorfman, who wrote the Adam Sandler-Jack Nicholson clunker "Anger Management." "My Boss's Daughter" is so bad, it makes "Anger Management" look like Molière. Tom (Kutcher) is backed into house-sitting for his boss (Stamp), cruel CEO of a publishing company, in order to get next to the boss's hot daughter (Reid). If the house is wrecked, so are Tom's career and his chances with the girl. Lowlifes and idiots drop by, the walls come down, and the bad slapstick goes on and on. Directed, poorly, by David Zucker.  
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