A rush-hour fender-bender on New York City's crowded FDR Drive, under most circumstances, wouldn't set off a chain reaction that could decimate two people's lives. But on this day, at this time, a minor collision will turn two complete strangers into vicious adversaries. Their means of destroying each other might be different, but their goals, ultimately, will be the same: Each will systematically try to dismantle the other's life in a reckless effort to reclaim something he has lost.
A young lawyer is on the rush to court to file papers involving mutil-million dollars deal. An alcoholic insurance salesman is also a rush for a court involving his children’s custody. They by accident foul each other that makes the salesman loose his custody because missing the court while the lawyer drops his paper. And salesman is the person who take the papers. The persistent confrontation starts. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Changing Lanes torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: STAY AWAY FROM THIS MOVIE...........
(es) wrote: Never seen Celebrity Juice` before but thought this film was freakin` hilarious!
(ru) wrote: This story manages to contradict itself at every turn. This is not a game, it is a mousetrap and no matter how many times this films says otherwise, there is no point to it. This unapologetic Saw ripoff fails to even capture the heart of what made it inspiration suceed. That is: Empathy.
(jp) wrote: Fifth favorite movie of all time.
(br) wrote: He ran into my knife. He ran into my knife ten times.
(au) wrote: Sweet, heart-wrenching, utterly hilarious.
(au) wrote: This film has it all! You can watch it with the whole family, and you would learn, laugh, and even get emotional. This movie gives you a lesson that is priceless and very important to see life in a different possitive way. It is a great inspirational movie, which teach you that nothing is impossible, just have to put your heart into it. *Sponsored Post
(br) wrote: 1 out of 10:The rangers hardly morph in this movie.
(mx) wrote: Despite being an 80s movie, and an 80s movie in a classroom setting with a teacher who bucks the system and a few outlaw kids, it's not a bad flick. I'd recently seen Matlin on the Trump Roast and they mentioned her Academy Award. I stumbled upon this tonight and gave it a try. For a while I thought it was a fluke, but I suppose by the end it was a pretty solid performance. Hurt goes to teach at a deaf school where he encounters a former student and current janitor in Matlin who seems to be mad at the world, presumably because of her deafness. They fall in love and Hurt tries to get her to speak, which ends up driving her away, only for a Hollywood reunion at the end. Hurt has to sign the entire time and also translates everything she says. This is great for me as I watched on my laptop and didn't want to read subtitles. But it was a bit tedious but probably quite an effort on his part. Matlin can be quite striking at times (she's the ball girl in one of the Seinfeld episodes). I'm too lazy to look up the other Oscar winning films of the year, but would be curious to see if she really should have won. The strikes are the cliched classroom setting, complete with the radical kid who can't hear yet loves Twisted Sister and is a complete 80s badass. And the score is terrible, but anyone who watches it now should understand that it's an 80s movie and they are notorious for bad music. To its credit, the movie often moves beyond the classroom. That is its saving grace. And some decent emotion from someone who obviously had to overcome a major obstacle from birth.
(mx) wrote: Still better than a lot of modern dinosur flicks, Gwangi roars in the art of excellent stop motion
(us) wrote: November 1, 2007 - Pacific Film Archive, BerkeleyA pimp's attempt to redeem his holy life of idleness and exploitation by backbreaking labor fails, as does his more honorable effort at larceny. He achieves redemption only as a martyr to his freedom.
(br) wrote: I don't quite know how to describe this. I watched it expecting nothing great and I still feel quite confused as to my feelings on it but I really enjoyed it. It was interesting and understandable (not always common in 'old' movies) and it touches on themes I can completely understand despite the age gap. I feel I may have liked it better at Christmas time, as the beautiful images of a snow covered cottage with a young deer outside was magical. I truly felt for Cary, as her whole world changed and ended up feeling satisfied at the end. A good romance.
(au) wrote: Extraordinary film of the struggle of a wrongfully accused.
(it) wrote: A very underrated B film. I hate spiders. I truly do. Don't know why I watched it. It's tensed, thrilling, and comically fun. It's fascinating to see these filmmakers to cooperate with real spiders. Can't believe the cast members agree to do this lol