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My Boss's Daughter

  • compiled by Jeffrey Overstreet Copyright Christianity Today International
  • 2003 1 Jan
My Boss's Daughter

from Film Forum, 08/28/03

In My Boss's Daughter
In My Boss's Daughter, Ashton Kutcher (That '70s Show; Dude, Where's My Car?) plays Tom Stansfield, an accident-prone executive who is invited to housesit for his boss (Terrance Stamp of The Limey). Hoping to impress his employer's daughter (Tara Reid), he instead lands in a pile of trouble when unexpected visitors show up on the premises.

Mainstream critics describe this new comedy from director David Zucker (Airplane!, The Naked Gun) as an Ashton Kutcher vehicle that is unfit for the road. Religious press critics are not any happier.

Loren Eaton (Focus on the Family) says, "If gags involving ménage àtrois, public urination, rape, and racial ridicule don't keep audiences away (and let's pray they do), perhaps the fact that this Boss is desperately unfunny will."

Mary Draughon (Preview) catalogues a long list of offensive elements and says, "Consider yourself warned."