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Apr 12, 2002 · "Changing Lanes" is a thoughtful film that by its very existence shames studio movies that have been dumbed down into cat-and-mouse cartoons. The screenplay is by Chap Taylor , who has previously worked as a production assistant for Woody Allen , and by Michael Tolkin , who wrote the novel and screenplay " The Player " and wrote and directed two extraordinary films, " The Rapture " and " The New Age ."
Audience Reviews for Changing Lanes Dec 10, 2014 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...
- drama, mystery and thriller
Changing Lanes is a good movie built on a dumb premise. But it's a good movie all the same. Full Review | Original Score: 4/5
The physical violence in the film is brief and mild by modern standards, but realistic. There are religious references (the movie takes place on Good Friday) that some families will find awkward or heavy-handed. Wondering if Changing Lanes is OK for your kids?
`Changing Lanes' is a success for Roger Michell that shows us that a movie can have major stars, be entertaining, glossy, substantial, and pensive all-at-once. `Changing Lanes' is rated R for a fender-bender, destruction of office equipment, unseen infidelity, a shot of the World Trade Center, and honest depiction of the human condition.
Overall, Changing Lanes is pretty much a run-of-the-mill thriller with solid acting and definite intensity than teases you constantly. Throughout, I wanted to love it and really invest myself in it, but I never could, because right as the film would start to open itself up to me, it would turn its back and get cold once more. …
- Roger Michell
- Ben Affleck, Samuel L. Jackson
positive elements: Hands down, the most positive element in Changing Lanes is Doyle’s love and devotion for his children. He blew it in the past, but he’s eager to write a new future. “Boys need a father,” he pleads with the judge. “I love my boys.”
A very well-written drama and thriller, CHANGING LANES takes place entirely on Good Friday, during one fateful day in New York City. Gavin Banek (Affleck) is racing to a court appointment where he is supposed to defend his Wall Street law firm’s takeover of a multi-million dollar charity.
Apr 12, 2002 · There was an early review of the movie that contained a spoiler of the ending. The ending that was originally used involved Ben Affleck and Samuel L. Jackson getting into a fist fight that leads onto the balcony. They talk about right and wrong and Affleck takes the file and tears it up and the movie fades to credits.
- Roger Michell
Apr 12, 2002 · ''Changing Lanes,'' which opens nationally today, isn't much of a change of anything, really; it's a tale of a man who discovers his own morality almost too late. It could be called ''A Christmas...