This film is a feel good film, but in a very good way. Surprisingly enough the film is set in the corporate world and paints it both good and bad.
Carter Duryea (Topher Grace, TV’s THAT ‘70S SHOW) is a young, fasting moving exec, who through a merger is named as head of sales for a sports magazine. He replaces veteran sales head Dan Foreman (Dennis Quaid, FREQUENCY), who takes it in stride that he is being demoted and replaced by a man half his age. Carter is kind of lost in life and fills it with work. His wife Kimberly (Selma Blair, HELLBOY) leaves him early in the film. One day, Carter invites himself to diner at Dan’s house and, there, Carter gets to know Dan’s college aged daughter Alex (Scarlett Johansson, LOST IN TRANSLATION).