Changing Lanes

Starring: Ben Affleck, Samuel L. Jackson, Amanda Peet

Directed by: Roger Michell

Produced by: Paramount Pictures

Distributed by: Paramount

Genre: drama

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Review by Xibo Date seen: April 13, 2002
Viewing Location: Upper East Side, NYC Grade: B+
Summary: Interesting tale of revenge gone awry.
Jackson delivers yet another great performance, it's time for him to really be in a film that can live up to his caliber. Ben Affleck does a good job, but he's certainly done much better (like in Boiler Room). The movie itself is an amusing, interesting tale of escalating revenge, anger, despair, and forgiveness. Ultimately it doesn't really add up to much, and one feels that the movie is trying desperately to tell a moral, but by the time we come to the end, it really feels fake and faint. Oh well. 

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