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Trent (Vince Vaughn) and Sue (Patrick Van Horn) play videogame hockey as Mike (Jon Favreau) waits his turn.

A knowing examination of the psyche of the modern American male, Doug Liman’s debut comedy Swingers stars screenwriter Jon Favreau as the sensitive Mike, a struggling actor and stand-up comic looking for romance in the wake of the dissolution of a six-year relationship. Against his better judgment, he hits the town with his pal Trent (Vince Vaughn, in a star-making performance), a retro-hip smooth-talker who calls women “babies” and feels compelled to illustrate to Mike the error of his gentlemanly ways. First in Las Vegas and later in a series of hip L.A. nightspots, the duo and their other pals, including a guy named Sue (Patrick Van Horn), prowl for women, looking for kicks and cheap thrills. The difference is that while Trent wants sex, Mike wants love and romance. Only when he learns to simply be himself does he find what he’s looking for.

TM & © Miramax Films (1996)
Cast: Jon Favreau, Vince Vaughn, Patrick Van Horn
Director: Doug Liman
Producers: Jon Favreau, Nicole LaLoggia, Avram Ludwig, Vesco Razpopov, Bradford L. Schlei, Victor Simpkins, Cary Woods
Screenwriter: Jon Favreau

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  1. Editing glitch: The score is 9-5 Chicago when the clip begins, but 8-5 when Trent restarts the game, even though another goal had been scored. I guess Roenick really isn’t that good.

  2. Can anyone answer me this?

    Would they have had to pay EA Sports to use the game in the film? How does stuff like this work in relation to copyright and shizz?

  3. “I took the Kings to the cup!”
    “Yeah, against the computer with offsides turned off…”

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