Oh, to be able to do a little movie surgery, to pick and choose elements and mash concepts until what was once two lesser movies emerges as one superior whole. That's what I woulda done with "Bad Teacher" and "Horrible Bosses," swapping Cameron Diaz's juiceless schemer with Jennifer Aniston's va-va-villain and ending up with something we'll call "Bad Dentist." Now there's something I'd like to see.
"Horrible Bosses": Neither horrible nor boss
Alas, reality had other plans, and though "Horrible Bosses" doesn't come close to the nails-on-a-chalkboard misery of "Bad Teacher," it's a comedy doomed to devolve into forgettability. That is, not including Aniston's nutso libidinous dentist.
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