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A young Bradley Cooper was in a scene that was supposed to take place early in the movie, just after the first scene of the Ben Affleck character in the Metropolitan Museum. He played a young lawyer getting a job interview. This scene was deleted from the movie, but can be seen on the blu-ray, in the Deleted Scenes section. See more »
There are several inconsistencies between shots in the condition and position of Doyle's car after the crash, including the passenger side mirror, which is broken off in the wreck and then reappears and disappears after the car hits the yellow crash barrels. See more »
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Anything You Can Do I Can Do Better, I Can Do Anything Better Than You.
Uneven, but still strangely likable production has lawyer Ben Affleck and alcoholic insurance man Samuel L. Jackson having a minor accident on the freeway. Both are late for important appointments and Affleck makes the dire mistake of leaving Jackson stranded and accidentally leaving a hugely important document at the scene. Soon it is apparent that Jackson's tardiness to a court hearing was devastating as it becomes clear that wife Kim Staunton and their two young children are going to move west to get away from Jackson for good. Affleck's lost document creates a frenzied search to find Jackson and get the papers back, but we all know it is not going to be that easy. A wild and crazed cat and mouse game then starts as the road rage flows over into both men's lives. Now each are in a contest to destroy the other one before their enemy gets the chance. Fast-moving and quick-minded, "ChangingLanes" kept me interested until a somewhat contrived ending that really seemed to not fit in with the rest of the picture. Affleck and Jackson are both pretty good here and the supporting cast is strong enough to keep the momentum of the two leads moving. Not the best film ever made by a long-shot, but still not a bad little ride. Just be sure your ride does not hinder those around you. 4 stars out of 5.
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