Weekly Update from Your Local Video Store
June 22, 2021
Who directed the singles living la vida loca in LA film Swingers?
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ACTION/CRIME/COMEDY—An underestimated dad pushes back on society.
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Starring: Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Cary Elwes, William Sadler
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NEXT WEEK: From chess back to high school, she's got all of the moves. (What's the movie? Find out and see all the other upcoming movies.)
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Answer to Trivia
If you answered Doug Liman, then you are "so money." While the mostly forgotten Getting In was Liman's first directorial effort, it was his sophomore effort that truly put him on the map.
If you answered Jon Favreau, that's not a bad guess. The lead actor of the film also wrote Swingers but the eventual big-time director hadn't yet sat behind the camera when Swingers came out. Of course, now it's almost laughable not to think of Favreau as a director given his stable of box office monsters under his belt.
After Swingers, Doug Liman directed an eclectic mix of action, drama, comedy and Sci-Fi films such as The Bourne Identity, Mr. and Mrs. Smith and Edge of Tomorrow. This week, he dives deep into Sci-Fi with the excellent film Chaos Walking.
Chaos Walking is now available on 4K UHD, Blu-ray and DVD.
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