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In Good Company

Writer-director Paul Weitz's sharp eye and ear for corporate weasel words and hollow displays of team spirit get lost in a stream of good-news-bad-news gags in this not-dark-enough workplace comedy about a veteran executive who's abruptly demoted and force… (more)

Released: 2004

Rating: PG-13

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Dennis Quaid stars as a demoted executive who is replaced by a 26-year-old business school phenom who later dates his daughter.

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  • Released: 2004
  • Rating: PG-13
  • Review: Writer-director Paul Weitz's sharp eye and ear for corporate weasel words and hollow displays of team spirit get lost in a stream of good-news-bad-news gags in this not-dark-enough workplace comedy about a veteran executive who's abruptly demoted and force… (more)

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