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 <email@example.com>
Timothy Olyphant was only cast in the film after he was fired from Practical Magic (1998) and replaced by Aidan Quinn. His manager was desperate to find him another role and he was cast at the last minute as Todd Gaines. He ended up staying in his same LA hotel room that had been booked originally for him for "Practical Magic" while filming "Go." See more »
When the woman tries to take a bottle of juice off the shelf, she is holding it from the bottom. When Manny pulls it through to the inside of the cooler, he is also holding it from the bottom. See more »
I could leave something with you. Collateral.
I already got a fuckin' Swatch.
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Alley Cat... Princess Leah Lucky Buttons See more »
DVD includes 14 deleted scenes: they consist mostly of alternate takes of existing scenes (for example Ronna and Simon discussing outside the store) and longer versions of scenes featured in the theatrical release (such as the first conversation between Todd Gaines and Claire). Also included, however, is an alternate ending for the Vegas storyline, where Simon and Marcus find out they left Todd's credit card in Vegas and realize that the goons are on their tracks. They barricade themselves in Simon's apartment. Meanwhile Victor and his son are at Todd's apartment and are waiting for Simon. Claire finds Todd's gun and points it at Victor unaware that the gun isn't loaded. After a fight, Todd manages to wrestle the gun out of Victor's hands. Todd goes to Simon's apartment and, after Simon lets him in, punches him in the face. See more »
Fire Up The Shoesaw
Written by Justin Robertson and John Barry
Performed by Lionrock
Courtesy of Time Bomb Recordings/Arista Records, Inc.
Contains "These Boots Are Made For Walkin"'
Written by Lee Hazlewood See more »
A little gem of a movie, an excellent follow-up (but not sequel) to the fantastic "Swingers".
Sarah Polley is worth the price of admission alone, for her excellent performance. She is supported by an equally excellent cast including Taye Diggs, Scott Wolf, Katie Holmes, Jay Mohr, and Timothy Olyphant - among others.
Many viewed this movie as being an MTV version of Tarantino's "Pulp Fiction" and, while this may to an extent me true, it is obviously much more than that; and an excellent stand-alone movie of it's own.
Split into 3 separate storylines which clash and collide along the way, finally merging as the movie comes to a close, this movie constantly keeps the viewer on edge; and provides an excellent example of the drug/club etc. scene of the 90's and 00's.
Favourite scene has to be: where the teens in the car (in the first storyline) are convinced they're 'going up', as they believe they're on Es - but are really on aspirin and allergy medicine! Fantastic!!!!
Funny, edgy, fast-paced with a sharp script, strong cast, and excellent soundtrack.
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