It's no great surprise that Hollywood's first attempt to grapple with sexual harassment hinges on the ludicrous notion that it's something done by women to men. What is
surprising is that producer-director Barry Levinson has resisted what must have been considerable pressure to contrive
another FATAL ATTRACTION, turning Michael Crichton's best-selling corporate thriller into a quietly efficient entertainment gizmo that eschews cathartic violence in favor of lurking paranoia.
Tom Sanders (Michael Douglas), a married computer exec, believes he's in line for a promotion; instead, he's crushed to discover that his unctuous boss (Donald Sutherland) has passed ...