1. Crazy, Stupid, Love As a forty-something, Cal Weaver (Steve Carell) is living his dream - he has a good job, a nice house, wonderful kids, and he is married to the girl he loved in high school. As soon as he discovers that his wife is cheating on him and wants a divorce, the "perfect" life he had constructed quickly falls apart.
Furthermore, in today's world of single people, Cal, who hasn't been out with anyone in decades, comes across as a person who is completely out of place in the dating scene. A guy who knows what he is doing, Jakob Palmer (Ryan Gosling), takes on the job of being Cal's protégé and teaches him all he knows.
During her introduction, she introduces him to a wide range of possibilities, including flirtatious women, male drinking, and the different sense of style that youth stores have to offer. Cal may have changed his lifestyle and made new conquests, but there is one thing he cannot change, and it is his heart, which drives him back to the place where it all began, despite the many changes he has undergone.
2. Horrible Bosses
In the midst of a chaotic work and daily routine, Nick (Jason Bateman), Kurt (Jason Sudeikis) and Dale (Charlie Day) are suffering from severe exhaustion, and the only thing that could make things better for them would be to literally turn their bosses into ashes and dust.
The three friends don't believe they can afford to quit, and on one occasion, after a few too many drinks and some shady advice from an ex-convict, three of them come up with a very twisted and seemingly safe plan to get rid of their bosses for good.
One problem, however, is that even the best and most thoughtful plans can only be as good as the brains that came up with them in the first place. 3. Think Like a Man It is a dramatic story of four couples whose marital balance is thrown off when their wives decide to apply the advice from Steve Harvey's popular book "Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man", in their desire to get more from their husbands than they have ever expressed before.
Seeing that their wives have stumbled upon their relationship manual, men realize that offense is the best defense, and they figure out a way to use the advice to their advantage and figure out a way to use it to their advantage as well. As a result, the war of the sexes begins...