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  1. Changing Lanes (2002) - IMDb

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    Apr 12, 2002 · Changing Lanes ( 2002) Changing Lanes. R | 1h 38min | Drama, Thriller | 12 April 2002 (USA) 2:24 | Trailer. 1 VIDEO | 62 IMAGES. Video vi1824325913. The story of what happens one day in New York City, when a young lawyer and a businessman share a small automobile accident on F.D.R. Drive, and their mutual road rage escalates into a feud.

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  2. Changing Lanes (2002) - Rotten Tomatoes - Movie Trailers

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    Apr 12, 2002 · Ben Affleck and Samuel L. Jackson square-off in the intense and dramatic thriller Changing Lanes. After leaving the scene of a traffic accident, a lawyer ends up embroiled in a feud with the person...

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  3. Watch Changing Lanes | Prime Video

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    Changing Lanes. (64) IMDb 6.4 1h 38min 2002 X-Ray R. Modern society draws lines between right and wrong, good and evil, rage and redemption. A moment of self-absorption and a spark of anger will cause two men to cross them. As the battle of wills escalates, both lives are changed forever.

  4. Changing Lanes - Wikipedia

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    Changing Lanes is a 2002 American drama thriller film directed by Roger Michell and starring Ben Affleck and Samuel L. Jackson. The film follows a successful, young Wall Street lawyer (Affleck) who accidentally crashes his car into a vehicle driven by a middle-aged, recovering alcoholic insurance salesman (Jackson).

  5. Watch Changing Lanes | Prime Video

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    Changing Lanes is not the hyper charged action revenge flick the trailer made it out to be. Instead it is a thoughtful look at two flawed characters that devolve through most of the film until they meet their base personality and the responsibility of their actions. There is action and the plot moves quickly.

  6. Changing Lanes movie review & film summary (2002) | Roger Ebert

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    Apr 12, 2002 · Such speeches are thunderbolts in "Changing Lanes." They show the movie digging right down into the depths of the souls, of the values, of these two men. The director, Roger Michell, has made good movies including "Persuasion" and "Notting Hill," but this one seems more like Neil LaBute's "In the Company of Men," or Tolkin's work. It lays these guys out and X-rays them, and by the end of the day, each man's own anger scares him more than the other guy's.

  7. Changing Lanes - Movie Review - commonsensemedia.org

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    Most thrillers have audiences asking themselves what the characters will do next; CHANGING LANES will have them asking themselves what they might do in this situation, because it is a movie about how close all of us are to abandoning the thin veneer of civilization and breaking all the rules to lash out at each other.

  8. Changing Lanes Reviews - Metacritic - Movie Reviews, TV ...

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    While Changing Lanes isn't a perfect movie, it's watchable and compelling, and works on more than one level.

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    • Roger Michell
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    • Ben Affleck, Samuel L. Jackson
  9. Changing Lanes (2002) - Full Cast & Crew - IMDb

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    Changing Lanes (2002) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more.

  10. Changing Lanes Movie Script

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    Aug 05, 2018 · Changing Lanes Synopsis: An attorney in a rush to make a court appointment to file legal papers involving a multi-million dollar trust accidentally collides with an alcoholic insurance salesman, who also is a rush for a court appointment involving the custody of his children.