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

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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 ...

  2. 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).

  3. Changing Lanes (2002) - Rotten Tomatoes

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    An incredibly powerful film, Changing Lanes takes a provocative look at the darker side of human nature. Dann M Super Reviewer. Mar 20, 2014. Not bad. This film is an exercise in human stupidity ...

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    • mystery and thriller, drama
    • R
  4. Changing Lanes (2002) - IMDb

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    Apr 12, 2002 · Directed by Roger Michell. With Ben Affleck, Samuel L. Jackson, Kim Staunton, Toni Collette. 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.

    • (67.1K)
    • Roger Michell
    • R
    • 2 min
  5. Changing Lanes Movie Review Summary - Allreaders.com

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    CHANGING LANES is a movie directed by Roger Michell in 2002. Gavin Banek is a happy man; he's a young Wall Street lawyer married to his boss's daughter and his future seems bright. This morning, Gavin must go to court in order to prove that the billionaire Dunne has legally turned over, just before dying, his charitable foundation to his father-in-law's (Sydney

  6. Changing Lanes Movie Review - Common Sense Media

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    This is an excellent but harsh thriller about two men whose moral bearings are dislodged by a cataclysmic accident. 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 ...

  7. Changing Lanes (2002) - Plot Summary - IMDb

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    Changing Lanes (2002) on IMDb: Plot summary, synopsis, and more... Menu. Movies. Release Calendar DVD & Blu-ray Releases Top Rated Movies Most Popular Movies Browse ...

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

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    Changing Lanes movie reviews & Metacritic score: A rush hour fender-bender on New York City's crowded FDR Drive turns two complete strangers into vicious adversaries. (Paramount Pictures)...

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    • Roger Michell
    • R
    • Ben Affleck, Samuel L. Jackson
  9. CHANGING LANES | Movieguide | Movie Reviews for Christians

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    CHANGING LANES takes place on Good Friday, during one fateful day in New York City. Gavin, a Wall Street lawyer played by Ben Affleck, is in such a hurry that he leaves an important court document at the scene of an auto accident with Doyle, an insurance salesman played by Samuel L. Jackson.

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