Is Jesse Eisenberg's Mark Zuckerberg the worst boss moviedom has ever seen? Actually, no. There is one who is way worse... and he's in tech, too. Wait 'til you see who's No. 1.
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Every other media outlet recognizes Spider-Man as a hero, but this editor-in-chief prefers to launch a smear campaign against the web-slinger. Beyond his disregard for good journalism, this bad boss has a rep for micromanaging employees, not remembering their names -- and smoking cigars at the office.
Taking credit for your secretary's ideas? So not cool. This stockbroker boss did just that.
This tech tycoon's SIM cards basically lead to a super-violent massacre. He may be a computer genius and business mogul, but he's also straight-up evil.
This slick mogul operates three luxury casinos in Las Vegas and is a seemingly professional and nice guy. His downfall? He puts his money before his lady (Julia Roberts) whereas her ex, Danny Ocean (George Clooney), prioritizes love over riches.
A Ministry of Magic bureaucrat is installed at Hogwarts, and once in power, uses abusive punishments on students. Her sadistic streak earns her the title of one bad boss.
A sexist bigot of a boss who harasses women and takes credit for their ideas, Franklin M. Hart Jr. is such a nightmare to work for that his employees eventually kidnap him. And it's not seen as all that big of a crime.
Want to be belittled, cursed at, insulted and verbally threatened, all before your morning coffee? Then this director of communications is the manager for you.
This executive at Omni Consumer Products is ruthless -- he'll do whatever it takes to replace Old Detroit's police force with robots. He even hires an assassin to take out his competition.
When you're not busy staring at the gold chains tangled in chest hair, you're probably busy being called a "f--kstick" by this abrasive Hollywood bigwig. His only redeeming quality? Those hilarious dance moves.
He has a few loyal henchman, but if you get on his bad side, this evil leader will throw you into hot lava... or worse. Plus, let's face it, there's no opportunity for advancement. He already has his No. 2.
This power-hungry rich man is the most influential person in Springfield. Unfortunately, that's not a good thing. The power plant owner will do anything to acquire more wealth, including making life hell for his underlings.
Even Darth Vader has to answer to upper-level management. This Sith Lord has created a company culture of giving promotions to evil overlords, and he tears families apart.
Every version of the classic Charles Dickens character keeps one thing intact: Scrooge is one horrible person to work for. This interpretation of the iconic role seems extra mean, considering he keeps a cold office, pays low wages, and offers sparse vacation time to someone as cute as Kermit.
The editor-in-chief of Runway magazine is cold, sarcastic and encourages office backstabbing. She doesn't hesitate to fire people for nearly any reason, and sometimes, she doesn't even need one.
He's dishonest. He's corrupt. He gives entire speeches about greed. This manipulative manager is a corporate raider who will do anything to get ahead, from breaking the law to taking others down with him.
Blake is sent by the owners of a real estate firm to "motivate" their salesmen. He proceeds to verbally abuse them and pit them against each other. The options are to do whatever is takes to win or to get canned.
Fraud and scams are the name of the game when you're working with Belfort. And all that money the office makes will go toward drinking, drugs, and debauchery, of course.
This depiction of the Facebook founder paints him as antisocial, arrogant, and callous, a person not to be collaborated with and someone who got into the game just to complain about a woman who dumped him.
It's his utter realism that makes him so terrible. This corporate office drone annoys the people below him by harping about paperwork and making them work weekends. His passive-aggressive nature and habit for micromanaging are the thing of nightmares.