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    Unique ID Code: 0000078797
    Added by: DVD Reviewer
    Added on: 5/12/2005 11:59
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    In Good Company (UK)

    6 / 10
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    He`s rich, young and handsome. He`s in love with you and he`s your dad`s boss
    Certificate: PG
    Running Time: 106 mins
    Retail Price: £19.99
    Release Date:

    Dan Foreman (Dennis Quaid) is a loving husband, caring Father and star ad executive. But now, life is putting him through the ultimate test, Carter Duryea (Topher Grace), a young hotshot half his age, has just become his boss. And to complicate matters, Dan discovers Carter is dating his daughter (Scarlett Johansson). It`s filled with genuine laughs and you`re in good company when you watch this entertaining comedy...

    Special Features:
    Deleted scenes with commentary by Paul Weitz. Feature Commentary with Paul Weitz, Dennis Quaid, and Topher Grace. Cast and filmmakers.

    Video Tracks:
    Widescreen Anamorphic 1.85:1

    Audio Tracks:
    Dolby Digital 5.1 English
    DTS 5.1 English

    Subtitle Tracks:
    CC: English

    Directed By:
    Paul Weitz

    Written By:

    David Paymer
    Marg Helgenberger
    Scarlett Johansson
    Topher Grace
    Dennis Quaid

    Your Opinions and Comments

    6 / 10
    This so-called movie deals with capitalism at its best, and worst.
    The movie tells the story of a young guy, who somehow manages to get a very desired job that used to belong to an older guy.
    Sounds interesting? Oh, really? Well, it`s not. The plot is quite boring and doesn`t really go anywhere. To top it all, the acting is average, at best.
    The video transfer is ok. There are no compression signs to be seen.
    The DD 5.1 soundtrack is average. the surrounds are hardly used, but hey - for this kind of a movie (and an average one, too) - it`s acceptable.
    The menus are animated with sound.
    The extras include a commentary and a behind the scenes featurette.
    Bottom line - with a boring plot and an average disc to match, this is a "rent once if you really want to, then forget you ever saw it".
    posted by Zvi Josef on 5/12/2005 22:28