Dan is a 51 year old executive who learns that his company is being restructured and he is being demoted. Carter, who is 26, replaces him. Dan who has two teenage daughters with another on the way, decides to suck it up and work for Carter. Dan and Carter's working relationship is tested when Carter begins a relationship with Alex, who is Dan's daughter.
He's rich, young and handsome. He's in love with you and he's your dad's boss.
14 January 2005 (USA)
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Opening Weekend USA: $151,750,
2 January 2005, Limited Release
Gross USA: $45,489,752, 13 March 2005
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Aspect Ratio: 1.85 : 1
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The Sports America issue that Dan shows to Eugene Kalb during his sales pitch early in the movie has a cover featuring Carmelo Anthony
of the Denver Nuggets. The other magazines shown during the movie are on screen too briefly or from too far away to positively identify the cover subject. See more
When Carter and Dan are having lunch in the sushi restaurant, there is a point where Carter offers Dan sushi. In two sequential shots of Dan, meant to be in sequence, the same woman in red enters from the right and walks behind Dan. See more
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Glass, Concrete & Stone
Written by David Byrne
Performed by David Byrne
Courtesy of Nonesuch Records
By Arrangement with Warner Strategic Marketing See more