Changing Lanes

Changing Lanes

Director: Roger Michell Cast: Ben Affleck, Samuel L. Jackson, Toni Collette

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Director Roger Michell follows up the hit romantic comedy Notting Hill (1999) with this thought-provoking thriller. Ben Affleck and Samuel L. Jackson star, respectively, as Gavin Banek and Doyle Gibson, two New York men whose lives become accidentally intertwined in a Good Friday fender bender on the FDR Drive. Late for a crucial appointment, hotshot lawyer Gavin tosses Doyle a blank check and leaves the scene, while Doyle, whose car is inoperable, is late for a court-appointed custody hearing. A recovering alcoholic, Doyle's tardiness doesn't sit well with the judge, who - sick of waiting for Gipson - grants custody to Doyle's ex-wife in Doyle's absence. The situation worsens when it becomes evident that Doyle has an equally important file belonging to Gavin, which proves that an elderly man gave Banek's firm power-of-attorney over his foundation. So begins an escalating war of words and deeds between the two men. Soon, egged on by an associate (Toni Collette), Gavin hires a "fixer" (Dylan Baker) to destroy Doyle's credit, forcing Doyle to fire back with some cunning moves of his own. Changing Lanes co-stars William Hurt, Sydney Pollack, and Toni Collette.

Product Details

Release Date: 08/29/2017
UPC: 0032429256478
Original Release: 2002
Rating: R
Source: Paramount
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time: 1:38:00
Sales rank: 12,294

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Ben Affleck Gavin Banek
Samuel L. Jackson Doyle Gipson
Toni Collette Michelle
Sydney Pollack Andrew Delano
William Hurt Doyle's sponsor
Amanda Peet Cynthia Banek
Kim Staunton Valerie Gipson
Richard Jenkins Walter Arnell
John Benjamin Hickey Carlyle
Jennifer Dundas Lowe Mina Dunne
Dylan Baker Finch
Matt Malloy Ron Cabot
Bradley Cooper Gordon Pinella
Tina Sloan Mrs Delano
Akil Walker Stephen Gipson
Cole Hwakins Danny Gipson
Ileen Getz Ellen
Myra Lucretia-Taylor Judge Abarbanel
Bruce Altman Joe Kaufman
Joe Grifasi Judge Cosell
Lisa Leguillou Gina Gugliotta
Angela Goethals Sarah Windsor
Tyler Sussman Tyler Cohen
Susan Varon Buckburg, Sheryl
Noel Wilson bartender at Arlo's
Angel Caban security guard ar school
James Lovelett security guard at school
Julia Gibson receptionist as AD & S
Michael Patrick McGrath Seavers
Ray Boknour Willard
Suzanne Hevner Delanos secretary
Caleb Archer kid on bike
Jordan Gelber priest
Olga Merediz Mrs Miller
Jayne Houdyshell Miss Tetley
Shabazz Richardson cops at precinct
Raymond Anthony Thomas cop at precint
Michael Pitt music teacher/conductor
Genevieve Elam waitress
Juanma Lara orchestra children
Anastasia Rojas orchestra children
Nicole Wright orchestra children
Clive Oliver Greenberg orchestra children
Gilbert Williams Mike
Sophia Guaspari orchestra member
Ruben J. Seraballs orchestra member
Father Bonneau himslef
Jewel Brimage teacher
Katariina Kiamma teacher
Vanessa Quel Kate
Howard I. Laniado Barry
Tony Machine office worker
Carolyn Feldschuh office worker
Maria Alaina Mason office worker
Harvey Waldman author in newsroom
Pamela Hart newscaster
Neal Jones newsroom writer
Susan Blackwell newsroom producer
Alyson Renaldo newsroom executive producer
James Soviero newsrom associate producer
Mary Kelly newsroom script supervisor
Anthony DiGiacomo newsroom associate director
Richard Velasco newsroom director
Leonard Thomas newsroom reporter
Richard Kelly AA group leader
Selena Blake insurance broker
Harriet Rosenthal family court
John Kohl family court
Lisa Vogel family court
Bob Heffernan Simon Dunne
Nicolas Dodd Conductor
Sonny Kompanek Conductor

Technical Credits
Roger Michell Director
David Arnold Score Composer
Scott Aversano Co-producer
Harry Peck Bolles Editor
Ron Bozman Executive Producer,Production Manager
Ryan Collinson Sound Mixer
Marcia de Bonis Casting
Timothy Donohue Asst. Director
David M. Dunlap Cinematographer
Margie Durand Makeup
James C. Feng Art Director
Sarah Frank Art Director
Steven W. Graham Art Director
Linda Grimes Makeup
Anthony Hemingway Asst. Director
Anthony Kawakami Asst. Director
Peter Kunz Special Effects
Ellen Lewis Casting
Bruce MacCallum Camera Operator
Jane McCulley Editor
Danny Michael Sound Mixer
Chris Norr Camera Operator
Ann Roth Costumes/Costume Designer
Scott Rudin Producer
Adam Schroeder Executive Producer
Debra Schutt Set Decoration/Design
Warren Shaw Sound/Sound Designer
Michael Steel Asst. Director
Chap Taylor Original Story,Screenwriter
Christopher Tellefsen Editor
Michael Tolkin Screenwriter
Salvatore Totino Cinematographer
Harvey Waldman Production Manager
Tara Nicole Weyr Asst. Director
Brune Winant Casting
Kristi Zea Production Designer

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Changing Lanes 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
With meditations from Sydney Pollack and great acting from Ben Affleck, what more can you want in life? A highly thoughtful film that blur the lines of convenient racial, moral, modern, and legalistic definintions, Jackson and Affleck duke it out philosophically and intellectually with both being the loser. I thoroughly recommend this film.
Guest More than 1 year ago
For every choice in life, there is a consequence. This movie, set within a battle of wits between two men whose fortunes have become entwined, shows that there is always a choice and that the best choice is the ethical choice. A good film for teens to watch, with parents or teachers, and then discuss the options we all face every day of our lives.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is a good movie, but it could definitely have been better. There is a lot of drama, and the acting is great, but I was left feeling unsatisfied.
Guest More than 1 year ago
this is oscar calliber thismovie has action drama edge of your seat stuff