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''Go'' is a 1999 comedy/crime film directed by Creator/DougLiman (''Film/{{Swingers}}''), starring Creator/WilliamFichtner, Creator/KatieHolmes, Jay Mohr, Creator/SarahPolley, and Scott Wolf.

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''Go'' is a 1999 comedy/crime film directed by Creator/DougLiman (''Film/{{Swingers}}''), starring Creator/WilliamFichtner, Creator/KatieHolmes, Jay Mohr, Creator/SarahPolley, and Scott Wolf.
Wolf. It also features Creator/TayeDiggs, Creator/BreckinMeyer, Creator/TimothyOlyphant, Creator/DesmondAskew, Creator/JaneKrakowski, Creator/JEFreeman, and Creator/MelissaMcCarthy.


* VivaLasVegas: Simon's story arc involves him making a trip to Vegas with Marcus, Tiny and Singh. The trip quickly gets out of end and winds with them on the run from the vengeful owners of a strip club.

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* VivaLasVegas: Simon's story arc involves him making a trip to Vegas with Marcus, Tiny and Singh. The trip quickly gets out of end and winds up with them on the run from the vengeful owners of a strip club.

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* VivaLasVegas: Simon's story arc involves him making a trip to Vegas with Marcus, Tiny and Singh. The trip quickly gets out of end and winds with them on the run from the vengeful owners of a strip club.


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* SimultaneousArcsSimultaneousArcs: ''Go'' employs four simultaneous storylines: one with a group of club kids, one with a drug dealer enjoying a weekend in UsefulNotes/LasVegas, one with a pair of soap opera actors, and one with a narcotics officer. Some stories start earlier, and others finish later, but they overlap and intersect in several places.

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* FanserviceExtra: Nikki Fritz and Tane [=McClure=] (two actresses mainly known for appearing in softcore erotic films on late-night Cinemax) have small roles as strippers in a Las Vegas gentleman's club.

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* ExtremelyShortTimespan: The film takes place primarily over the course of one crazy night, with a little bit of the day before and the morning after thrown in.


''Go'' is a 1999 comedy/crime film directed by Creator/DougLiman (''Film/{{Swingers}}''), starring Creator/WilliamFichtner, Katie Holmes, Jay Mohr, Creator/SarahPolley, and Scott Wolf.

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''Go'' is a 1999 comedy/crime film directed by Creator/DougLiman (''Film/{{Swingers}}''), starring Creator/WilliamFichtner, Katie Holmes, Creator/KatieHolmes, Jay Mohr, Creator/SarahPolley, and Scott Wolf.

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* WaxingLyrical: When Adam and Zach are discussing who could be cheating on them, Zach says, "[[Music/AlanisMorissette Isn't it ironic?]]", to which Adam replies, "Don't you think?"


* AmbiguouslyGay: Two male Hollywood actors are forced to have a dinner date with the cop who arrested them to get on his good side. Whenever they cop and his wife are in different rooms, they both seem to be hitting on the actors, but the actors can't quite be sure. It turns out that [[spoiler:the cop and his wife were just buttering them up to to sell them an ersatz Amway]].

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* AmbiguouslyGay: Two male Hollywood actors are forced to have a dinner date with the cop who arrested them to get on his good side. Whenever they the cop and his wife are in different rooms, they both seem to be hitting on the actors, but the actors can't quite be sure. It turns out that [[spoiler:the cop and his wife were just buttering them up to to sell them an ersatz Amway]].


* ShortTitle: ''Go'' is almost as short as it can get.

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* ShortTitle: ShortTitles: ''Go'' is almost as short as it can get.

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* SomethingWeForgot: Ronna remembers at the end of the film that she left Manny behind a dumpster all night. She picks him up in the very last scene.


* MyFistForgivesYou: The Victors accept shooting Simon in the arm as a fulfillment of their revenge. Simon seems to be quite happy with the arrangement.



* ShortTitle: ''Go'' is almost as short as it can get.




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* TitleDrop: "Go" is said in each of the storylines, demonstrating the flexibility of the word.


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* AnachronicOrderAnachronicOrder: Obviously inspired by ''Film/PulpFiction'', the order of events sometimes rewinds when jumping to a new plotline.



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* RandomEventsPlotRandomEventsPlot: There's no central goal in the film. It covers various characters motivated to do a wide range of things for personal reasons, such as get money for rent, attend a rave, have fun in Las Vegas, get out of a drug charge, etc.

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* FanDisservice: A stripper's bare breasts are splattered with blood after the club bouncer gets shot.


''Go'' is a 1999 comedy/crime film directed by Creator/DougLiman (''Film/{{Swingers}}''). It's generally viewed as one of the better ''Film/PulpFiction'' knock-offs of TheNineties. The film follows SimultaneousArcs of various groups of people during one crazy night, all vaguely connected by drugs.

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''Go'' is a 1999 comedy/crime film directed by Creator/DougLiman (''Film/{{Swingers}}''). It's generally (''Film/{{Swingers}}''), starring Creator/WilliamFichtner, Katie Holmes, Jay Mohr, Creator/SarahPolley, and Scott Wolf.

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viewed as one of the better ''Film/PulpFiction'' knock-offs of TheNineties. The TheNineties, the film follows SimultaneousArcs of various groups of people during one crazy night, all vaguely connected by drugs.

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