While the first Horrible Bosses was a breath of fresh air, this one is more of a breath of air from the city dump. The plot is muddled and not fully coherent. It could have definitely used a few more revisions to even out the rough spots. It has what I like to call "The Hangover Syndrome". Where Hollywood finds a formula that works and the drives that formula into the ground while making as much money as possible. It simply feels like a rehashing of the original with a few tweaks, in order to try to differentiate itself enough to justify making another movie. The comedy isn't anything sharp or new, and isn't funny enough to distract you from the horrible story. If you're going to make a sequel with a similar plot than your comedy needs to be even better than the original. The original cast is fine, and seem to have a good comedic chemistry together. Jennifer Aniston's character felt more like a cameo, along with Kevin Spacey and Jamie Foxx; which is a disappointment considering the great job they did in the last movie. Now for the newcomers. This is possibly my least favorite character that Chris Pines has ever played. He's not comedic at all, and his character gets increasingly annoying over the span of the movie. Christopher Waltz did alright, but his role was very minor. It was great to see a cameo from Keegan-Michael Key, but again it was a very minor role. In conclusion, sequels are almost never good and this one definitely fits the bill. Skip it at all costs.
Unfortunately, a waste of time.
Final credits, better than movie.
An unnecessary but funny sequel.
couldn't even force myself to finish it. such a shame, first one was alright.