Mediocre movie. I think the casting was off a bit. I think Dennis Quaid was ok, and Marg Helgenberger was fine too, but they either needed to downgrade Scarlett Johansson or upgrade Topher Grace. Scarlett becomes Topher's love interest, but she is so out of his league it's like another game.
In the movie, because of this crazy corporate world, 26 year old Topher Grace becomes the boss of 52 year old Dennis Quaid. You can kinda see Dennis' booty in the movie. Topher develops an interest for Dennis Quaid's daughter, played by Scarlett.
The decision on the gay content was a close call here, but I think it falls more on the negative side. In one scene, Scarlett is playing Foosball with Topher Grace and she mentions she is leaving this athletic tennis thing, is going to college at NYU, and she kinda complains about a 'rumor' about her being a lesbian. She says it like it is not really something good. Topher was better about it, he is all confused/embarrassed and says it is a pity, that she is not a lesbian. Confusing.
The following scenes also involved a bit of questionable content, but I'll leave them out of the scoring. There is this one guy who is a sexist. He is quoted as having called a co-worker 'sugar tits' -- nice huh? But he is portrayed in a good light, which is not good. At least he gets fired (for reasons other than being a sexist), so I guess that could help teach him a lesson. In another scene, this jerk suggests Dennis Quaid and Topher Grace should get a room when Topher and Dennis mention their good work together. Calls them pussies in a basketball game. Not nice. But the guy is portrayed as a jerk, so I'm living that out too. I'm also leaving out the time when lucky Topher Grace sort of cleans a spilled over drink off of Dennis Quaid's crotch area, Dennis Quaid pushes Topher away saying that only his wife is allowed to do that. That's ok, of course.
Good tunes though, worthy of note: jazzy Besame Mucho by Diana Krall. You can rent the movie I guess, but don't expect much.