A methodical, coolly absorbing boardroom thriller set on the eve of the 2008 economic collapse.
The Company Men
If Showtime has specialized in high-concept moms -- Pot dealer! Multiple personalities! Cancer! -- its latest dad is harder to pin down.
The Weinstein Co. has acquired domestic rights to corporate downsizing drama "The Company Men."
Kevin Costner and Tommy Lee Jones are set to star in "The Company Men," an independently financed drama about the impact that a corporate downsizing has on both its casualties and survivors. They…
A self-reflexive exercise on the mutual contamination of theater and film, Arnaud Desplechin's "Playing 'In the Company of Men'" is too remote and intellectual to build much dramatic momentum…
"Your Friends & Neighbors," Neil LaBute's follow-up to his audacious debut, "In the Company of Men," continues his darkly comic exploration of misogyny and other ills as they inform the tangled web…
NEW YORK — Sony Pictures Classics beat out Fox Searchlight and Orion to capture North American rights Friday to Neil LaBute's ”In the Company of Men,” a tale of sexual politics in the age of…
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