But this week the movie finally hits the screen and it seems Jennifer Aniston's boobs aren't quite the whole story.
To give you a taste of what the journo's think wownews.co.uk has rounded-up the final paragraphs of the critics' reviews.
(Be honest, they're the only ones you eve read anyway!)
But if you can get past the F-bombs, you're in for the most enjoyable movie of the summer thus far.
Sheila Maarikar ABC News
It's over-the-top stuff, to be sure. But Bosses never crosses that line into the macabre. Don't call in sick to this shift.
By Scott Bowles, USA TODAY
Should I go and see it? Yeah, we think you should. Because every now and then you just want to watch Colin Farrell on coke and Jennifer Aniston's posturing with a banana. And who can blame you?
Jack Oughton FHM
Spacey is superb, but the surprise for many may be Jennifer Aniston. Her career has drifted into such shallows that it's possible to forget how good she was in a film like "The Good Girl" (1999). Here she has acute comic timing and hilariously enacts alarming sexual hungers.
ROGER EBERT, Chicago Sun-Times
As it is, Gordon falls back on over-the-top comic exaggeration by stacking the deck against the three big, bad bosses, who shrewdly account for most of the movie's collective star wattage. While Aniston seems to be having a fun, vampy time as a succubus in scrubs, she's the most tangential figure in a film that radiates a casual, leering contempt for women; for his part, Farrell lets his awesome combover do most of the heavy lifting. That leaves Spacey's ever-reliable snarl to carry the day, lending the pic a twisted energy it could have used more of.
Justin Chang, Variety
Jason Bateman has done sharper work in "Extract" and "The Switch" without much box office traction to show for it. Cruder in intent and execution, "Horrible Bosses" will likely fare better in the market place, if only because, like "The Hangover," it serves as a release valve for the overworked and the underemployed.
Tom Charity, CNN
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