Cooperation brings business to success

Posted on April 19, 2016 by in Entertainment

Katherine Garcia

credit to: comingsoon.net

credit to: comingsoon.net

Chronicle Reporter

Melissa McCarthy is one of the most popular female actresses in the movie entertainment business. She has starred in quite a few of films that have made it to the box office and brings laughter and joy to audiences across the country. One of her first major films such as “Bridesmaids” gained McCarthy publicity and introduced her to the world. The Comedic film, “The Boss” is one of the many films that was recently released.

This time Melissa McCarthy played Michelle Darnell. The movie is based on a woman who was tossed around to different foster homes and seemed to be lost in the world. She eventually grew up to be one of the most successful female CEOs in the business world. Darnell ends up participating in white collar crimes and looses her business empire. Throughout the film, Michelle Darnell fights to prove that she can redeem herself by using her professional skills and acquiring them into starting a brownie company called, “Darnell’s Darlings”, where she strives to create a brownie franchise. With many setbacks and conflicts, Michelle Darnell ends up creating a successful company with the help of her former assistant and her daughter’s school friends.

According to the New York Times, “Ms.McCarthy has become a Teflon laugh factory.” The film is getting many positive and negative reviews from movie critics. In prior movies, McCarthy’s characters have been focused based on her overweight qualities. The New York  times claims that “McCarthy is portrayed more appropriately in this film and less overweight jokes being made unlike her other films.”

The film is one of the only comedy-based movies that are released this month and it seems to have earned a decent amount of money so far. Be sure to catch Melissa McCarthy in “The Boss” in theaters now and don’t miss out on the comedic film that has critics raving.

 

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