"Working Girl" meets "Fatal Attraction." Written by someone who was a frequent collaborator with Aaron Sorkin and directed by Tom Holland, who made the classic original "Fright Night" and wrote the underappreciated "Psycho II," I'd have hoped this film would have been better, but it really doesn't deliver anything you haven't seen before or seen done better. Timothy Hutton is a advertising executive who gets a wonderful new temp secretary, Lara Flynn Boyle, who will stop at nothing to advance her career. When you have Glenn Close craziness mixed with Melanie Griffith ambition, you get a fairly ridiculous mix for a corporate thriller. The story and characters never feel very credible, but I do have to say I was interested to see how it was all going to end. Dwight Schultz, Oliver Platt, Steven Webber and Maura Tierney all appear in supporting roles, as does Faye Dunaway who gives this trashy thriller a bit of credibility. I don't know if this film is really worth watching, but at the same it has a decent cast and was interesting enough of a story that I stuck with it.