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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.
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This movie was exceptional, I'm sure everyone can relate to having a bad day and how some things unfortunately escalate and seem to get worse. If anything can be learned from this film is that we must always try to be good even through bad situations, take a minute to breath, meditate, try to always find something positive out of something negative. To have self control, composure and respect for yourself and move forward with life.
Samuel Jackson and Ben Affleck did a fantastic job. Their brilliant acting gave this movie an added layer of depth. The story was a refreshing change from the shallow movies of today. Twists and turns kept it going. Good vs Evil Right and Wrong - and all that good stuff. Very much enjoyed.
Passion = Peace of Sion, Compassionate = for the World means "with love, but for the lions and the wolfs and the panthers it means "with cum they eat the Peace of Sion". The Ap was never cancelled, IT WAS DONE!!! We are the survivors and have inherited the New World that listens to the "Voice of Our small Ones!!!" Jesus said how can Satan stand if divided. Therefore, do not try to divide the purpose and Will of my One true King. I serve the Light of The Worlds and the Universe. I will bless you and all with all my love. Tonight I sleep tomorrow I Will Rise Again and Again and Again till All We Hear is The "Voice of Our Small ones". love father.
This movie is dull. It has no ending. And no conclusions at any time. Shall I be evil? Shall I not be evil? It reminds me of that movie traffic. I cant stand a movie with no point made. Ben Affleck acted his part okay. Samuel L? I cant imagine his character being better acted. But it was dull as....dull
I watched this once before. Today, I had the subtitles on and enjoyed it more. I laughed many times seeing the mess these two got into. The rage, the honesty, the deceit and the happiness. It was a joy to see such great acting and a good story with a happy ending.
Reviewed in the United States on November 22, 2020
ChangingLanes is about two men losing control. Ben Affleck plays affluent lawyer Gavin Banek that gets into a car accident with Samuel L. Jackson as Doyle Gipson whose wife is leaving him with their kids. Gavin blows him off and Doyle is offended. This starts a tit for tat war between the two that quickly escalates to more and more extreme measures. It becomes a game of one upmanship between the two. One time Doyle takes the bolts off of Gavin’s car wheel, another time Gavin hacks into Doyle’s account and makes him bankrupt. When they get a pang of conscience about what they are doing to each other they quickly get mad all over again and push things to another level. It’s all about seeing who can do the worse. It’s a race to the bottom driven by male egos. The writers did a great job thinking up all the things these two could do to each other. It gets really down and dirty and the becomes the main draw of the film. There have been some other movies about two angry men facing off against each other but this one really takes the cake.
There are scores of truths in this movie but perhaps the most glaring of all is the power that a single decision - good or bad - holds not just for the moment but quite possibly for the duration of a person's life. The acting was great (expectable with names like Samuel Jackson and Ben Affleck) and (for the most part) the story was believable. The ending was unexpected all the way around, yet certainly not unpleasant. This isn't the first time I've watched this movie, but it's been so many years since I first saw it, it was like watching it again. And I enjoyed it again for a whole new set of reasons. Highly recommended.