Corporate Affairs

Overview

A devoted family man with a successful career in software unwittingly falls into a hopeless pattern of corporate slacking, lavish business trips, and beautiful prostitutes after being promoted to middle-management in this humorous tale of ambition and redemption starring Breckin Meyer. Ted (Meyer) was the kind of guy who always put his family first, but now that he's been promoted his priorities are beginning to shift. His new manager (Adam Scott) seems more interested in cutting corners and taking advantage of ...
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Overview

A devoted family man with a successful career in software unwittingly falls into a hopeless pattern of corporate slacking, lavish business trips, and beautiful prostitutes after being promoted to middle-management in this humorous tale of ambition and redemption starring Breckin Meyer. Ted (Meyer) was the kind of guy who always put his family first, but now that he's been promoted his priorities are beginning to shift. His new manager (Adam Scott) seems more interested in cutting corners and taking advantage of the high life than getting any real work done, and it isn't long before Ted becomes wrapped up in the perks of his new position as well. As much fun as he may be having at the moment, however, Ted will eventually have to return home and answer to his increasingly lonely wife. It's only a matter of time before Ted's corporate affairs come back to haunt him, and when they do will they really have been worth it? Laura Harris, Monica Keena, and Bess Armstrong co-star.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/15/2008
  • UPC: 013131586695
  • Original Release: 2007
  • Rating:

  • Source: Starz / Anchor Bay
  • Region Code: 1
  • Time: 1:39:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 54,205

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Breckin Meyer Ted
Laura Harris
Adam Scott
Monica Keena
Melinda Page Hamilton
George Coe
Bess Armstrong
Adrian Martinez
Technical Credits
Daniel M. Cohen Director, Screenwriter
Kerry Barden Casting
Suzanne Crowley Casting
Christopher Dalton Producer
Rick Derby Editor
John Fiedler Producer
Celeste Garcia Executive Producer
Stephen Greenberg Production Designer
Billy Hopkins Casting
David Kaye Executive Producer
Steve Mayer Score Composer
Ian McGlockin Cinematographer
Paul Schnee Casting
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Corporate Affairs
1. Main Title/Road to Middletown [8:30]
2. Welcome to Project Management [6:18]
3. Bawdy Birthday Bash [4:41]
4. Performance Anxiety [6:20]
5. The Line Between Work & Home [4:07]
6. Executive Services [4:26]
7. A Stimulating Evening [7:07]
8. Stress Management [4:22]
9. The Third Eye [7:44]
10. Ted's MBA [8:19]
11. Deeply Shallow [5:07]
12. The Big Bust [8:13]
13. Assaulted & Robbed [5:21]
14. Terrible Mistakes [6:17]
15. Setting Things Straight [6:28]
16. End Credits [4:33]
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Disc #1 -- Corporate Affairs
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      Dolby Surround 5.1
      Dolby Surround 2.0
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