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Movie Info & Cast

Synopsis

Eighteen-year-old Ronna (Sarah Polley), accompanied by reluctant partner-in-crime and fellow supermarket checkout clerk Claire, is desperately looking to score some rent money before she's evicted. Simon, an impulsive Brit, is driving a stolen car with buddy Marcus during a wild night of partying on the Las Vegas strip. Adam and Zack, a pair of TV stars, find themselves in the middle of a real-life drug sting-and a very creepy Christmas dinner. Where are we? Who are these people? Welcome to the edgy comedy GO, in which the outrageous misadventures of a group of young people collide in Los Angeles' raucous underground scene.

Cast

  • William Fichtner
  • Katie Holmes
  • Katie Holmes
  • Jay Mohr
  • Sarah Polley
  • Timothy Olyphant
  • Suzanne Krull
  • Sarah Polley
  • Desmond Askew
  • Nathan Bexton
  • Robert Peters
  • Scott Wolf
  • Jay Mohr
  • Timothy Olyphant
  • Jodi Bianca Wise

Did You Know?

Trivia

  • Director Doug Liman originally did not want to cast Scott Wolf in the movie because Katie Holmes was already signed, and he did not want the movie to star two TV actors. However, he saw him talking in a hallway with Jay Mohr and realized that the chemistry between the two would be good in the movie.
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Goofs

  • When the woman tries to take a bottle of juice off the shelf, she is holding it from the bottom. When Manny pulls it through to the inside of the cooler, he is also holding it from the bottom.
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Quotes

    • Claire: Gay men are so hot. It's tragic.
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Metacritic

88

Darkly hilarious.

Metacritic review by Jack Mathews
Jack Mathews
New York Daily News
88

A triptych whirling on a Lazy Susan of revolving character perspectives.

Metacritic review by Wesley Morris
Wesley Morris
San Francisco Examiner