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In Good Company (6-Dec-2004)

Director: Paul Weitz

Writer: Paul Weitz

Keywords: Comedy

A recently-demoted executive is forced to work for a man sleeping with his teenage daughter.

Magazine sales executive Dan Foreman is demoted from his position when his employer is acquired and restructured, forced to report to business-school stereotype Carter Duryea as his new boss. Tensions stemming from middle-aged Dan's traditionalist methods of conducting business running up against Carter's number-crunching mentality reach a breaking point when Carter divorces his wife of seven months and begins seeing Alex, Dan's teenage daughter.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Miguel Arteta
Film Director
1965   Chuck & Buck
Selma Blair
23-Jun-1972   A Dirty Shame
Ty Burrell
22-Aug-1967   Phil Dunphy on Modern Family
Colleen Camp
7-Jun-1953   Police Academy 2
Kevin Chapman
29-Jul-1962   Det. Fusco on Person of Interest
John Cho
16-Jun-1972   Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle
Frankie Faison
10-Jun-1949   Commissioner Burrell on The Wire
Topher Grace
12-Jul-1978   Eric Forman in That 70's Show
Clark Gregg
2-Apr-1962   The New Adventures of Old Christine
Philip Baker Hall
10-Sep-1931   Magnolia
Marg Helgenberger
16-Nov-1958   Species
Scarlett Johansson
22-Nov-1984   Ghost World, Lost in Translation
David Paymer
30-Aug-1954   Mr. Saturday Night
Dennis Quaid
9-Apr-1954   Any Given Sunday
Lauren Tom
4-Aug-1961   Amy Wong on Futurama


Review by Lexi (posted on 14-Mar-2005)

Dennis Quaid plays Dan Foreman who just got a new boss Carter Duryea who is half his age. Dan has two daughters Alex, age 18 and Jana, age 16 and is shocked when his wife tells him she is going to have another baby. Carter in the meantime is dumped by his wife of seven months just as he gets his new promotion. Dan and Carter's uneasy friendship is thrown into jeopardy when Carter begins an affair with Dan's daughter, Alex.

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