Seen at the Movies: Though it often feels like first-rate TV, Paul Weitz’s In Good Company is a likable enough movie, buoyed by excellent performances from Dennis Quaid and Topher Grace. Quaid plays a middle-aged sports magazine ad executive who after a corporate takeover finds himself with an exceedingly green and overconfident young boss, whom Grace endows with an strain of ingenuousness you can’t help but find appealing. The plot thickens when Grace becomes involved with Quaid’s teenage ...

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