His new boss, Carter Duryea, is half his age--a business school prodigy who preaches corporate synergy.
It is very rare for the original creative auspices of a movie to spearhead the TV adaptation.
The Tomatometer rating – based on the published opinions of hundreds of film and television critics – is a trusted measurement of movie and TV programming quality for millions of moviegoers.
Writer-director Paul Weitz cut his teeth on unorthodox surrogate father-son dramedies with 2002's About a Boy, and proves here that he learned well.
The writing is sharp and funny, but most important, it is also vividly real.
But if In Good Company conjures up memories, they are almost all good ones -- two hours in the dark with this one raising the question: Why don't they make them like they used to?