My Bosss Daughter

Theatrical Release: August 22, 2003
My Bosss Daughter
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drugs
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Synopsis

Tom Stanfield (Ashton Kutcher), an all-around nice guy, tries to overcome his dull persona in order to win the heart of Lisa Taylor (Tara Reid), his boss’s daughter. In his pursuit, Tom must face his boss’s rage, a drug dealer’s threats and Lisa’s impression that Tom is gay. Tom begins his ordeal when he is duped into house-sitting for Lisa and her paranoid, sharp-tongued father, Jack Taylor (Terence Stamp). Lisa’s drug-dealing brother, Red (Andy Richter), tricks Tom into passing a mysterious package to T.J. (Michael Madsen), one of his cohorts. Adding to the mayhem, the house is almost destroyed when it’s invaded by a disgruntled, fired employee (Molly Shannon) and her tattooed boyfriend.

Dove Review

My Boss’s Daughter is filled with pointless and offensive scenes, a light treatment of drug use, toilet humor, some nudity and foul language, including crude references to the male anatomy. Consider yourself warned.

Content Description

Info

Company: Miramax Pictures
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 85 min.
Industry Rating: PG-13
Reviewer: Morie Morality Ministries - Mary Draughon