This scrappy little comedy about advertising tries so hard it seems really mean to point out that it has all the grit of a workplace sitcom. Recent college grad Ken Tuttle (Randy Perlstein, the poor man's Eric Stoltz) is wage slaving at old-school
Madison Avenue ad agency Cranston Associates. He and his scruffy, eccentric friends and colleagues are "creatives," and as such thoroughly despised by the firm's sleek account executives, the titular suits, who look down their noses at the "creeps and weirdos" who actually come up with ad
campaigns. While big boss Thomas Cranston (Robert Klein) away, the back-stabbing Peter Haverford (Larry Pine) engineers the firing of ...