New Movie Reviews: 'Horrible Bosses,' 'Zookeeper' in Theaters This Weekend

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On Friday, Jennifer Aniston, Jason Bateman, Jason Sudeikis and Charlie Day star in the raunchy comedy Horrible Bosses.

Also opening are Frank Coraci's comedy Zookeeper starring Kevin James and Rosario Dawson and director James Marsh's Project Nim, a British documentary about a chimpanzee named Nim who was separated from its mother to be raised as part of a human family.

See what The Hollywood Reporter's critics have to say about those films -- and others opening this weekend -- and find out how they’re expected to perform at the weekend box office.

Horrible Bosses
Bottom Line:
Times must be tough when such a lame comedy features an uncommonly high number of name actors.
Click here to read The Hollywood Reporter's review.

Zookeeper
Bottom Line:
Beastly comedy for the lowest of brow.
Click here to read THR's review.

Project Nim
Bottom Line:
This haunting life story is an exquisite example of non-fiction filmmaking as full-bodied, emotionally complex drama.
Click here to read THR's review.

Beats, Rhymes & Life: The Travels of a Tribe Called Quest
Bottom Line:
Seminal hip-hop act gets due praise in solid bio-doc.
Click here to read THR's review.

The Ward
Bottom Line:
An atmospheric supernatural thriller that has been stripped of the filmmaker's later excesses.
Click here to read THR's review.

Ironclad
Bottom Line:
Medieval history lesson with lots of shattered bodies and splattered limbs.
Click here to read THR's review.

The Ledge
Bottom Line:
An artificial drama enlivened by solid acting but dragged down by contrived melodrama over a fundamentalist nut.
Click here to read THR's review.

Rapt (on Wed.)
Bottom Line:
Lucas Belvaux's Rapt is two movies, both excellent, for the price of one.
Click here to read THR's review.

Check out the Horrible Bosses trailer below. 

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