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    Changing Lanes

    A young lawyer is on the rush to court to file papers involving mutil-million dollars deal. An alcoholic insurance salesman is also a rush for a court involving his childrenā€™s custody. They by accident foul each other that makes the salesman loose his custody because missing the court while the lawyer drops his paper. And salesman is the person who take the papers. The persistent confrontation starts. Ā 
    Duration: 98 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 2002
    IMDb: 6.5
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  • Actors of "Changing Lanes"

  • Characters of "Changing Lanes"

    Gavin Banek. Character of Changing Lanes
    Played by: Ben Affleck
    Doyle Gipson. Character of Changing Lanes
    Valerie Gipson. Character of Changing Lanes
    Played by: Kim Staunton
    Michelle. Character of Changing Lanes
    Played by: Toni Collette
    Stephen Delano. Character of Changing Lanes
    Played by: Sydney Pollack
    Mrs. Delano. Character of Changing Lanes
    Played by: Tina Sloan
    Stephen Gipson. Character of Changing Lanes
    Played by: Akil Walker
    Danny Gipson. Character of Changing Lanes
    Played by: Cole Hawkins
    Ellen. Character of Changing Lanes
    Played by: Ileen Getz
    Mina Dunne. Character of Changing Lanes
    Ron Cabot. Character of Changing Lanes
    Played by: Matt Malloy
    Cynthia Delano Banek. Character of Changing Lanes
    Played by: Amanda Peet
    Judge Frances Abarbanel. Character of Changing Lanes
    Terry Kaufman. Character of Changing Lanes
    Played by: Bruce Altman
    Doyle's Sponsor. Character of Changing Lanes
    Played by: William Hurt
  • Directors of "Changing Lanes"

    Roger Michell. Director of Changing Lanes
    Roger Michell
    Birthdate: 5 June 1956, South Africa
  • Creators of "Changing Lanes"

    Chap Taylor. Director of Changing Lanes
    Chap Taylor
  • Critic Reviews of "Changing Lanes"

    Variety
    September 22, 2008

    Combines a knack for storytelling with a rare instinct for exploring ideas within the framework of a major, star-driven Hollywood movie.

    Time Out
    February 09, 2006

    A slickly shot, intelligent thriller, it's buoyed up by an exceptional performance from Jackson, who brings crumpled dignity and pathos to his habitual loser.

    Chicago Tribune
    July 20, 2002

    A thrilling ride but also a thoughtful one, it's a movie that does manage to do more good than bad by the end of the day.

    L.A. Weekly
    June 01, 2002

    The two stars? They're exactly right.

    New York Observer
    April 25, 2002

    In addition to gluing you to the edge of your seat, Changing Lanes is also a film of freshness, imagination and insight.

    Village Voice
    April 16, 2002

    The ending is guaranteed to aggravate any self-respecting New York driver.

    Common Sense Media
    December 22, 2010

    Emotionally violent thriller for mature teens.

    Suite101.com
    September 25, 2010

    "Changing Lanes" asks how far we'd go not to lose what's ours, but it's a morality play with hope for dƩtente rather than any destructive force. Gavin and Doyle are two severely flawed men whose best intentions are knocked about by their worst impulses.

    Cinema em Cena
    February 01, 2010

    Evitando o maniqueƭsmo, o roteiro cria dois personagens complexos e ambƭguos ao mesmo tempo que recheia a narrativa com diƔlogos bem construƭdos e instigantes.

    7M Pictures
    January 09, 2010

    turns into a much more thought-provoking movie than you might otherwise expect

    Sacramento News & Review
    August 07, 2008

    Themes about corporate ethics, greed, corruption and our vulnerability in the face of determined evil have a Falling Down finality that is weakened by unconvincing character arcs.

    Empire Magazine
    December 30, 2006

    One of the most impressive movies of the year; taut and compelling.

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