Swingers (1996)

R   |    |  Comedy, Drama


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A wannabe actor has a hard time moving on from a break-up, but he is lucky to have supportive friends.


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17 August 1999 | Adriane
"Vegas Baby, Vegas!"
Upon hearing about this movie from friends, I was told that it was "money". They were right. This is "so money and they don't even know it." Entertaining comedy about letting go, and finding new romance and who your real friends are. Enough one-liners to quote for years, friends still quote it today! Nothing but beautiful babies, and a great upbeat soundtrack to get you dancing!

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Trivia

The line "You're so money came from a Spike Lee/Michael Jordan commercial. The director kept calling the basketball player "money" in the Nike advertisements. Jon Favreau saw those commercials, but the first time he ever heard someone describe something as "money" in real-life, was when Vince Vaughn said it on the set of Rudy. Potential investors and studios wanted to get rid of the "money"s, "honey"s, and "baby"s.


Quotes

Trent: Score Chicago!
Sue: Fuck! Such fuckin' bullshit!
Trent: Now that was pretty Sue...
Sue: Man, don't do the instant replay thing...
Trent: No way, you said it was fuckin' bullshit.
Sue: Don't do the fucking...
Trent: Well that's why they put the instant replay in the fucking game! So you can ...


Goofs

When Mike is looking at Lorraine across the bar towards the end, her drink changes back and forth from a dry martini to what appears to be a cosmopolitan between shots.


Crazy Credits

Instead of scrolling up, the credits at the end of the film flash on and off of the screen.


Alternate Versions

Italian theatrical and video release omit a scene set in Las Vegas in the trailer park, where Trent tells the girl the story about his audition for the role of "brother".


Soundtracks

Pick Up the Pieces
Performed by
Average White Band
Written by Roger Ball, Malcolm Duncan, Onnie McIntyre (as Owen McIntyre),
Alan Gorrie, Hamish Stuart, Robbie McIntosh
Courtesy of Bug Music, Inc. and Atlantic Recording Corp.
By Arrangement with Warner Special Products

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Genres

Comedy | Drama

Box Office

Budget:

$200,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$74,118 20 October 1996

Gross USA:

$4,555,020

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$4,555,020

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