Saturday Night at Chess Cinemas

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Enough time has likely passed since its release, with its cult following abating, to the point where my recommendation for Swingers (1996) tonight makes sense. The low budget independent film marked both Vince Vaughn and Jon Favreau’s coming out party on their eventual road to stardom and riches in Hollywood, with a great supporting cast in Heather Graham, Ron Livingston, and Patrick Van Horn.

If you are older than 25, you likely have seen this one. But it is worth seeing again. And if you have not seen it, you might as well make room for it tonight.

The subjects of coolness, life happiness, and the dating scene for guys in their 20’s and 30’s are thoroughly broached, mocked, and pondered among aspiring actors in Los Angeles.

12 Responses to “Saturday Night at Chess Cinemas”

  1. 42 and never seen it..
    Still trying to decide along with that Lion King business..

  2. thats one i haven’t seen. i’ll look for it. i did see tootsie tonite though i saw it before it was quite entertaining.

    • LMAO.. I threatened to put the Tootsie on… Got a mad look so I went with High Plains Drifter… Hot Damn!!

  3. Chess, hate to say it but I have seen this and I think it’s a weak film.

  4. Amazing film.

    Beautiful babies!

  5. You call yourselves American and have never seen swingers?

  6. The crazy thing is comparing the SPY to 96. Swingers was a great film. It does not seem so out of date as the SPY price at the time. Then again one could be ancient in their thirties, maybe.

  7. I liked the female version better. I think it was called “Beaches”…. I think. : ——-Shudup Fly. ;)

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Saturday Night at Chess Cinemas

367 views

sipa_swingers_070719_ssh

Enough time has likely passed since its release, with its cult following abating, to the point where my recommendation for Swingers (1996) tonight makes sense. The low budget independent film marked both Vince Vaughn and Jon Favreau’s coming out party on their eventual road to stardom and riches in Hollywood, with a great supporting cast in Heather Graham, Ron Livingston, and Patrick Van Horn.

If you are older than 25, you likely have seen this one. But it is worth seeing again. And if you have not seen it, you might as well make room for it tonight.

The subjects of coolness, life happiness, and the dating scene for guys in their 20’s and 30’s are thoroughly broached, mocked, and pondered among aspiring actors in Los Angeles.

12 Responses to “Saturday Night at Chess Cinemas”

  1. 42 and never seen it..
    Still trying to decide along with that Lion King business..

  2. thats one i haven’t seen. i’ll look for it. i did see tootsie tonite though i saw it before it was quite entertaining.

    • LMAO.. I threatened to put the Tootsie on… Got a mad look so I went with High Plains Drifter… Hot Damn!!

  3. Chess, hate to say it but I have seen this and I think it’s a weak film.

  4. Amazing film.

    Beautiful babies!

  5. You call yourselves American and have never seen swingers?

  6. The crazy thing is comparing the SPY to 96. Swingers was a great film. It does not seem so out of date as the SPY price at the time. Then again one could be ancient in their thirties, maybe.

  7. I liked the female version better. I think it was called “Beaches”…. I think. : ——-Shudup Fly. ;)

Comments are closed.