My Boss's Daughter

My Boss's Daughter

When a young man agrees to housesit for his boss, he thinks it'll be the perfect opportunity to get close to the woman he desperately has a crush on – his boss's daughter. But he doesn't plan on the long line of other houseguests that try to keep him from his mission. And he also has to deal with the daughter's older brother, who's on the run from local drug dealers.

A film of David Zucker follows a young man who decides to become a temporary housekeeper for his manager. He convinces that this is a golden opportunity to bridge the gap between him and a girl who he loves. Unfortunately his task is prevented by other guests. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


My Boss's Daughter torrent reviews

Akshit N (es) wrote: Ragini MMS XXX parody basically. Bollywood style.

Simon M (ag) wrote: Based on a true story, this mob thriller is well acted and sympathetic.

Orlok W (br) wrote: 5 little stories about our senses--Depends on your 'tastes'!!

Barney o (gb) wrote: WHAT I LIKED: Many regard this as a real blip on the franchise's radar, but frankly for me 'The Bourne Legacy' is not only as gripping and exciting as its three excellent predecessors; it's actually up there with the best. Yes the more personal and character-driven nature of this installment actually evokes the increased feeling of intimacy you got from 'Identity,' as the pacing's breathing-room and the brand-new character arc (as well as Jeremy Renner's magnetic performance) really capture and engage the human side far more than most make out. This means the tense moments (of which there are many) feel just as significant and nail-biting as ever, and the great action - and explosive finale - are really brought home.WHAT I DIDN'T LIKE: The side of the plot that this character stuff surrounds is certainly less developed and interesting than Paul Greengrass' more sophisticated efforts.VERDICT: Driven by character and a great performance from Jeremy Renner, 'The Bourne Legacy' is more than a worthy entry to this brilliant series. It's a bloody great film of its own.

familiar s (ru) wrote: As in Fargo, here's another movie based on real events. Since I'm not a citizen of USSR, and don't have much know-how of life there, I found this film over-stretched and utterly boring. Where it started off, and how it keeps changing lanes would have worked great had it not moved with such a slow pace, and uninteresting interim moments. The film's grittiness didn't help it any to engage me, thanks to the way it's conceived.. But as more often than not, others seem to have enjoyed it. So apparently my negative ranking shouldn't matter. -1/5

Amanda W (ag) wrote: I would rather be forced to ride a Segway through a four-year-old's funeral while dressed as Chewbacca than put myself through this again.

Dylan M (de) wrote: Emotional and inspiring. Friday Night Lights is a great sports movie that has a lot to offer. Definitely one of my favorites

Craig L (fr) wrote: WEAK!!! This movie sucked. I want to slap the director in the back of the head. The concept was interesting though (historical Dracula.)

Timm S (ca) wrote: Incredible Character Driven Insight..The Addiction To The (Winning) Thrill, Not The Money Itself Is What Casino's Love To Implant In You & Then Drain It For All It's Worth...No Matter What The Consequences. Sad But True.

Jim C (de) wrote: What a fantastic coming-of-age story. Movies like this aren't made in Hollywood.

Jessi t (ca) wrote: Vincent Price stars as a frustrated and oft-panned Shakespearean actor looking to get some revenge on the critics who ruined his career and his life. Inventive murders (all inspired by Shakespeare's plays) and Vincent Price reciting Othello really just make this movie way too fun to watch.

Liam U (us) wrote: 'Mondo Topless (Mondo Girls) (1966)' is a documentary from Russ Meyer about... boobs. Of course. What else? An hour of half naked wiggling women prancing around the screen. At times the shots are quite tasteful and arty, at others, they're just an excuse to see boobs. Big boobs. Small boobs. Some the size of your head. They're all here, as Meyer takes us on a whistlestop tour of different dancer girls. An exhuberant narration from John Furlong adds some humour, but more dialogue from the ladies would have been appreciated. With interesting and telling insights into the world of topless dancing, it's a shame more wasn't mined from the women, instead Meyer deciding to let the dancing talk for itself. Which is all well and good, except after ten minutes it does begin to get rather tiresome. Still, for an hour of pretty much non-stop tits and ass, you can't go wrong here, and the soundtrack does provide a nice distraction at times.

Brandon K (kr) wrote: Such a great film from it's time. In many ways, it is relevant for today. A good time capsule of what was going on in the minds of people during World War II.

Richard C (de) wrote: if you like 80's horror then you have to watch this.worth it just for the battered head.

Jon A (es) wrote: I didn't hate this, but really, nothing happens. It is maybe the most subtle film I've ever seen, perhaps not in a good way. Beautiful scenery and music, and you are sort of left to draw your own conclusions about what may or may not be going on.