Tiffany Haddish, Salma Hayek and Rose Byrne have come together for a female-led comedy. The story follows two business owners who are forced to fight dirty when part of their business is bought out. But what certificate does it have and how old do you have to be to watch it?
What certificate is Like A Boss?
The film has a certificate of 15, meaning, according to the British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) no one younger than 15 may see the film in the cinema.
This means no one under 15, even if accompanied by a parent or guardian, is permitted to watch the film in the cinema.
For parents taking their teenagers to the movie, however, there is some guidance about what could cause them to be upset or concerned.
This information is provided by the BBFC for all movies, as well as warnings of specific moments which could cause problems.
How old do you have to be to see Like A Boss?
The ratings information reads: “Like a Boss is a US comedy drama in which two friends sell a stake in their cosmetics company to an unscrupulous businesswoman.
“There is use of strong language (‘f**k’, ‘motherf**ker’), as well as other terms such as ‘pussy’ and ‘God’.
“There are references to oral sex, masturbation, sex toys and ‘getting d**k’.
“Adults smoke marijuana joints. There are undetailed references to ‘meth’.
“There are brief suicide references, such as a woman threatening to jump from a height.”
Tiffany Haddish and Rose Byrne in Like A Boss
Is Like A Boss suitable for teenagers?
Parents can make an informed decision about whether Like A Boss is suitable for this children by reading the above ratings information.
It is never easy to tell what could upset a young person, so it is a good idea to read this before children attend the screening.
Otherwise, given the movie is fewer than 90 minutes long, it could be wise for parents to watch the film first to figure out if it is suitable.
Salma Hayek in Like A Boss
What is the plot of Like A Boss?
The official synopsis from Paramount reads: “Best friends Mia and Mel (Tiffany Haddish and Rose Byrne) are living their best lives running their own cosmetics company they’ve built from the ground up.
“Unfortunately, they’re in over their heads financially, and the prospect of a big buyout offer from a notorious titan of the cosmetics industry Claire Luna (Salma Hayek) proves too tempting to pass up, putting Mel and Mia’s lifelong friendship in jeopardy.
“The beauty business is about to get ugly.”
Billy Porter in Like A Boss
What do critics think of Like A Boss?
Sadly the movie has not performed particularly well with critics, gaining a 20 per cent rating on review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes.
The Guardian’s Adrian Horton said: “Nothing in the script is remotely surprising or very funny, though nothing is horrendous, either.”
Meanwhile the Hollywood Reporter’s John DeFore said: “Quite funny for much of its running time, the film feels like it simply runs out of steam in its third act, settling for a lazy, pandering resolution and seeming happy to have made it to the 83-minute finish line.”
Like A Boss is out in cinemas on February 21