||Eddie Murphy's new family comedy "Imagine That" is a pleasant, unassuming fantasy in which a high-powered investment adviser gets advice from his daughter's imaginary friends. We never see the friends, but we see a great deal of the daughter, in a charming performance from newcomer Yara Shahidi...She plays Olivia, 7 years old, who doesn't see nearly enough of her daddy. He is Evan Danielson (Murphy), who is competing for a big promotion at his Denver firm. Olivia is being raised by his former wife (Nicole Ari Parker), who insists it is time for the child to spend some quality time with her father...The third major role, by Thomas Haden Church, is an interesting invention: an Indian con man, trading on his background to score points in the boardroom, steamrolling clients with his people's lore. This is funny. Is it offensive? Not when we find out more about Johnny Whitefeather...So all of these elements are present and supply nice moments, but director Karey Kirkpatrick, the writer of animated films like "Chicken Run" and "Over the Hedge," never brings them to takeoff velocity. They rest on the screen, pleasant, amusing, but too predictable for grown-ups and not broad enough for children. I couldn't believe it counts on one of the most exhausted cliches in the movies, the parent making a dramatic late entrance to a child's big concert...Still, think about this: If the investment gurus of Wall Street had turned to their kids for advice, we might not be in such a mess.