Changing Lanes

Changing Lanes

  • Director: Roger Michell
  • Writer: Chap Taylor,Michael Tolkin
  • Countries of origin: United States
  • Language: English
  • Release date: April 12, 2002
  • Sound mix: DTS, Dolby Digital
  • Aspect ratio: 2.35 : 1
  • Also known as: Đổi Ngôi
  • "Changing Lanes" is a thriller film directed by Roger Michell and starring Ben Affleck and Samuel L. Jackson .
    The film tells the story of the previously unknown lawyer Benneck and the insurance agent Gibson intersected in a car accident and then retaliated against each other   . The film premiered in the United States on April 7, 2002.


    • Release date April 12, 2002
    • Filming locations Puffy's Tavern - 81 Hudson St, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA
    • Production companies Paramount Pictures, Scott Rudin Productions

    Box office


    $45,000,000 (estimated)

    Gross US & Canada


    Opening weekend US & Canada


    Gross worldwide


    Movie reviews

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    • By Mary 2022-03-22 09:02:05

      Lost and Return

      I will compare this film of BEN ALECK with his other STATE OF PLAY.

      He is so handsome that his appearance is often overshadowed by his acting skills and even the character himself. However, both of them are relatively successful in shaping a man who is beyond handsome.

      The overall significance of this film is even better than that of the country.

      I always pay attention to details, such as:
      1. Churches, seminars attended by blacks, whites who went to church and...

    • By Rowan 2021-12-31 08:02:56


      I like this movie. I watched CCTV6 at night when I was at home alone.

      I probably remember the lines of the lawyer and wife. At that time, the lawyer chose whether to forge documents.
      Wife: Do you know that my father has a lover who has been dating for 20 years?
      Lawyer: I don't know.
      Wife: Really don't know?
      Lawyer: I know. But I don't know it has been 20 years.
      Wife: My mother knows this very well. Do you know why she didn't leave him? Because first, she loves...

    • By Cassandre 2021-12-31 08:02:56

      Beware! Everyone has a devilish side!

      I watched it yesterday, because I liked it very much, I couldn't help but leave a few words today.
      The director of the film, Roger Michel, is an Englishman. He filmed the romantic [Notting Hill] about ten years ago. Ten years later, he released this thrilling [Line Change Life], a great film. !
      First of all, the theme is good. There is a bad side in human beings, and when you achieve other people's hell, you cannot enter heaven! The story is not complicated. It tells two men, a...

    • By Arielle 2021-12-31 08:02:56

      Key inflection point

      Handsome man (because I can’t remember the name of the character, sorry) rushed for a whole day in order to settle the consequences of the loss of documents. During this period, he had a deep understanding of his inability as a lawyer and made many mistakes. When he returned to the office exhausted at night At that time, the young man who applied for the job was still waiting there. He was surprised. Why are you still here? Answer: You asked me to wait here. Then the young man began to explain...

    • By Gregorio 2021-12-31 08:02:56

      The world: law vs. plunder? Humanity: You are only one step away from evil

      We all know that the rule of law in the United States is quite developed, but we have seen Americans continue to reflect: in the final analysis, how do law and civilization balance the ugliness of this world? At least the Americans who write scripts and invest in filmmaking are willing to spend their energy and money on this. The films produced are not only good-looking, but also thought-provoking. Our domestic filmmakers either have no depth or ability, or both depth and ability are castrated....

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    • By Burdette 2022-04-23 07:02:44

      The book is very good, with characterization, dramatic conflict, and depth to the plot. Samuel Jackson's acting is so much better than Ben......

    • By Melyssa 2022-04-23 07:02:44

      I do not want champagne, I am...

    • By Leonora 2022-04-23 07:02:44

      It's a good movie if you really watch...

    • By Kari 2022-04-23 07:02:44

      It seems that Gao Xiaosong is right, Hollywood is a very right-handed place. If the male protagonist hadn't walked into the church, and had a happy ending, this movie would have been another turning...

    • By Ruby 2022-04-23 07:02:44

      Sometimes I think the laws of the United States are very strange. While protecting human rights, they can deprive a child of the right to...

    Movie plot

    Ben Affleck ( played by Ben Affleck ) is a shrewd, powerful and domineering young lawyer. Recently, he has won several lawsuits in a row and his career is booming. One morning, while driving through Manhattan, he accidentally ran into the car of insurance agent Gibson ( Samuel L. Jackson ) . Gibson was rushing to the court to fight his ex-wife in a lawsuit over his son's custody. To care about Bennecke, he accepted the blank check from...
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    The seemingly absurd plot of "Changing Lanes" is actually very sharp. It not only reveals the most selfish side and the most primitive mental state of everyone's heart, but also straightens the hidden complex reasons behind it. According to common sense, as a lawyer with a bright future, Bennecke has received good education and received enough rewards that he will face difficulties with an open-minded attitude, and there is no need to...
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    Movie quotes

    • Sponsor: You know, booze isn't really your drug of choice anyway. You're addicted to chaos. For some of us, it's coke. For some of us, it's bourbon. But you? You got hooked on disaster.

    • Carlyle: You hit me!

      Doyle Gipson: I'll hit you again! You like it?

    • Valerie Gipson: Whatever drama you've gotten yourself into, it's just the kind of thing that always happens to you. And it never happens to me unless I am in your field of gravity.