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
Gross USA: $45,806,659
Cumulative Worldwide Gross: $61,315,215
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Aspect Ratio: 1.85 : 1
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Dan (Dennis Quaid) and Alex (Scarlett Johansson) last name is Foreman. Topher Grace (Carter) played Eric Foreman in the TV series That 70's Show See more
When Dan confronts his daughter outside at the restaurant, she is standing about a foot from one of the potted trees surrounding the entrance. After she chases her father about fifteen feet down the sidewalk and gets insulted by him, her reaction shot shows her again about a foot from the original tree. See more
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Written by Ebbot Lundberg
(as Torbjorn Lundberg), Mattias Bärjed
(as Mattias Barjed), Kalle Gustafsson Jerneholm
(as Karl Ake Gustafsson), Ian Person
(as Christian Person), Fredrick Sandsten
(as Fredrik Sandsten), Martin Hederos
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