An ambitious young attorney (Shane Taylor) trades away his personal integrity to clamber up the corporate ladder in this tepid thriller (2006) from the template of Oliver Stone's Wall Street. Attempting to leverage his future position in a growing technology start-up, the attorney feeds inside information to a business rival who's scheming to take over the company and soon discovers he's in way over his head. Director-cowriter Ramcess Jean-Louis struggles to find the right tone, lurching from suspense to moralizing drama and inexplicably tossing in some wildly off-the-mark office comedy. The title refers to the 2002 federal law designed to reduce corporate fraud. 90 min.