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Go (1999)

R | | Comedy, Crime | 9 April 1999 (USA)
Go! tells the story of the events after a drug deal, told from three different points of view.

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5 wins & 7 nominations. See more awards »

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Stringy Haired Woman
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Switterman
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Told from three perspectives, a story of a bunch of young Californians trying to get some cash, do and deal some drugs, score money and sex in Las Vegas, and generally experience the rush of life. Written by Vladimir Zelevinsky <vz@alum.mit.edu>

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A weekend wasted is never a wasted weekend. See more »

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Comedy | Crime

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Rated R for strong drug content, sexuality, language and some violence | See all certifications »

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9 April 1999 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Viviendo sin límites  »

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$20,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend:

$4,706,795 (USA) (9 April 1999)

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$16,842,303 (USA) (30 July 1999)
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Trivia

Melissa Joan Hart was considered for the role of Ronna Martin. See more »

Goofs

When Vince Sr. and Vince Jr. are chasing Simon, Singh, Tiny, and Marcus in the parkade, Vince Sr. leans on a concrete post that wobbles. See more »

Quotes

Claire: You're making me an accessory!
Ronna: Okay Claire, that bracelet of mine you're wearing, that's an accessory.
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Crazy Credits

The opening logo and tune for Columbia is alternated with stroboscopic flashes from the opening rave scene. See more »

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Referenced in Still Swingin' (2005) See more »

Soundtracks

Gangster Tripping
Written by Fatboy Slim (as Norman Cook), Nicholas Lockett and Josh Davis
Performed by Fatboy Slim
Courtesy of Astralwerks Records
Under exclusive license to Skint Records
Contains sample: "Beatbox Wash"
Performed by The Dust Junkys
Courtesy of Polydor Records
Also contains sample: "Entrophy"
Performed by DJ Shadow
Courtesy of Solesides / Quannum Records
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Unpredictably entertaining
3 July 2000 | by (Vasteras, Sweden) – See all my reviews

I don't know what really makes this movie so great. It could be the outstanding cast, the pitch perfect editing, the quick and funny dialog or maybe some other feature of a movie one could possibly like.

The truth is this movie couldn't been done any better. When I watch a movie I usually come up with lots of things, which could have been done better or at least differently. This time I ended up with nothing.

What amazes me the most is how they manage to define all the 10+ major characters so well, and they do it in what, less than 100 minutes. Most movies featuring many characters, fall apart cause there isn't enough screen time to present the differences among them, which just leads to a smear of unrecognizable faces. This doesn't happen with this movie for two reasons: A) All characters have at least one scene to really define themselves. B) By dividing the the film into three sub-plots you can easily relate each character to a specific sub-plot.

The tempo is very fast for 90% of the movie. There are two scenes, which have a significantly slower tempo. Those are the two scenes featuring Katie Holmes and Timothy Olyphant. First in the apartment and later in the coffee-shop. In my opinion those scenes are the best, but there is a lot to choose from so I'm not offended if yours isn't.

This movie really shows that even simple and straight forward stories, can be both unpredictable and entertaining, if they are told the right way. Add to this a pumping soundtrack, solid editing and an overall great production in an unpredictably entertaining movie, you will agree with me that Go is one of the best films ever made.


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