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New Horrible Bosses 2 Trailer Shows Awkward Sex Therapy Scene With Jennifer Aniston—Watch Now!  Horrible Bosses 2

New Horrible Bosses 2 Trailer Shows Awkward Sex Therapy Scene With Jennifer Aniston—Watch Now! Horrible Bosses 2

"We're The Millers Talk About Tattoo Regret"    "If you have not made a trip to the movies lately, go see We’re The Millers! Jason Sudeikis and Jennifer Aniston are an awesome duo in this comedy pleaser. Beware that common symptoms from viewing this movie include near gut explosion as a result of laughing endlessly. This all adds up to a disastrous combination of a good time." ~Blogger (okay, I just noticed the sp error on the tat! I'm slow, but I get there eventually.)

"We're The Millers Talk About Tattoo Regret" "If you have not made a trip to the movies lately, go see We’re The Millers! Jason Sudeikis and Jennifer Aniston are an awesome duo in this comedy pleaser. Beware that common symptoms from viewing this movie include near gut explosion as a result of laughing endlessly. This all adds up to a disastrous combination of a good time." ~Blogger (okay, I just noticed the sp error on the tat! I'm slow, but I get there eventually.)

Amazon.com: The Switch: Jennifer Aniston, Jason Bateman, Patrick Wilson, Jeff Goldblum: Movies & TV

Amazon.com: The Switch: Jennifer Aniston, Jason Bateman, Patrick Wilson, Jeff Goldblum: Movies & TV

ROSELYN SANCHEZ AND JENNA DEWAN-TATUM discussed their respective Lifetime projects at the Television Critics Association Panel at the Beverly Hilton. Dewan-Tatum was there to promote her new TV movie 'Witches of East End,' based off Melissa de la Cruz's New York Times bestselling novel about a family of witches, while Sanchez chatted about her show 'Devious Maids.

ROSELYN SANCHEZ AND JENNA DEWAN-TATUM discussed their respective Lifetime projects at the Television Critics Association Panel at the Beverly Hilton. Dewan-Tatum was there to promote her new TV movie 'Witches of East End,' based off Melissa de la Cruz's New York Times bestselling novel about a family of witches, while Sanchez chatted about her show 'Devious Maids.

The Switch (4 stars) Better than average performances by Aniston and Bateman lifted this rom-com a notch for me. It is typically predictable in almost all other aspects. A few laughs, a little romance, and some absurd situations all made enjoyable by likable characters and believable performances.

The Switch (4 stars) Better than average performances by Aniston and Bateman lifted this rom-com a notch for me. It is typically predictable in almost all other aspects. A few laughs, a little romance, and some absurd situations all made enjoyable by likable characters and believable performances.

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