This weak office comedy has little to recommend it except an empathetic performance from Michael J. Fox, playing Brantley Foster, a Kansas farm boy who sets off for the Big Apple. There, with true yuppie ingenuity, Brantley hits up relative Howard Prescott (Richard Jordan) for a job with
his large corporation and gets a lowly position in the mail room. He spots attractive Christy Wills (Helen Slater), a rising junior executive, but when she turns up her pert nose at the mailboy he resolves to get ahead fast. Accordingly, he locates a deserted office in the corporate building and
moves in, posing as an executive while continuing to work in the mail room. All the usu...