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  • This move hits the bulls-eye on the corporate bureaucracy of high tech companies. If you've ever worked for a software or hardware corporation, you'll appreciate the way the characters deal with the hiring of a new vice president who comes in trying to shake up the place to prove his worth.

    The movie is a little slow in places, but the actors keep it interesting.

    Good performances by Patrick Van Horn, Kari Wuhrer and Keith Coogan.
  • =G=18 June 2001
    Oh, it's this stupid movie I'm watching. A terrible film making effort, "Ivory Tower" fails at just about every level as it tries to take us into the world of hi-tech electronics, industrial espionage, and life, love and sex in the corporate environs of Silicon Valley. Pick something...casting, sets, screenplay, music, script, acting...etc., etc...all awful, amateurish, boring, naive, tedious...etc., etc. There really isn't anything good I can say about this film except someone managed to get it into production and it does have a couple of decent actors in it; Ironside and Wurher. PU!
  • I am really surprised that this movie received as high of a rating as it did. After reading the reviews I wasn't expecting a great movie, but I did expect it to at least be somewhat interesting. However, I couldn't have been anymore wrong. It was horrible!

    I love this genre when it is done right, but the Ivory Tower looked as if it were written by a daytrader who had just lost all of his money in the stock market. It's not surprising to see Kari Wuhrer playing one of the leading roles, since she nearly always plays a witless character in very bad movies, but why would you cast her here? Kari Wuhrer is a beautiful girl, but I've yet to see her play a character which displayed an ounce of wisdom and T&A wasn't what I was looking for in this flick.

    I read some reviews which said I would like this if I had ever worked in the software industry. Well, I've worked in the software industry for several years and it didn't do anything for me.