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Columbia Pictures Released 1999

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  • Go Trailer

    Trailer

    4/9/99

    Trailer for Go. Eighteen-year-old Ronna, 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 no-holds-barred 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 misadventures of a group of young people collide in Los Angeles' raucous underground scene.moreless
  • Go Clip: Collateral

    Clip

    4/9/99

    Ronna (Sarah Polley) tries to buy some ecstasy from Todd (Timothy Olyphant), but when she comes up short on cash, she offers to leave Claire (Katie Holmes) as collateral.
  • Go Clip: Alley

    Clip

    4/9/99

    Simon (Desmond Askew) gets the car stuck in a narrow alley, and Marcus (Taye Diggs) shoots at the oncoming car in an attempt to slow it down.
  • Go Clip: It's A Miata

    Clip

    4/9/99

    Adam (Scott Wolf) and Zack (Jay Mohr) return to the ditch to retrieve Ronna (Sarah Polley), but Adam is unable to handle the task at hand.
  • Go Clip: Confederated Products

    Clip

    4/9/99

    Burke (William Fichtner) and his wife Irene (Jane Krakowski) try to convince Adam (Scott Wolf) and Zack (Jay Mohr) to join their Amway-like wholesale business.
  • Go Clip: 30 Seconds

    Clip

    4/9/99

    Simon (Desmond Askew) and Marcus (Taye Diggs) return to the hotel room with only a few seconds to escape with Tiny (Breckin Meyer) and Singh (James Duval) before the club owner (J.E. Freeman) arrives.moreless
  • Go Clip: She's Dead

    Clip

    4/9/99

    Adam (Scott Wolf) and Zack (Jay Mohr) hit Ronna (Sarah Polley) with their car, and when they see Todd (Timothy Olyphant) holding a gun, they flee the scene.
  • Go Clip: Answer the Question

    Clip

    4/9/99

    Todd (Timothy Olyphant) flirts with Claire (Katie Holmes), and while Ronna (Sarah Polley) attempts to return the ecstasy, Mannie (Nathan Bexton) continues to feel the effects of the pills he took.
  • Go Music Video - Don't Let Go Away

    Preview

    4/9/99

    Music video that was created for and used in Go. The song is "Don't Let Go Away" by No Doubt.
  • Go Featurette - Making Of

    Preview

    4/9/99

    Behind the scenes featurette for Go. Clip shows footage from the film, behind the scenes video, and interviews with cast and crew.
  • Go Clip: Hit and Run

    Clip

    4/9/99

    Todd (Timothy Olyphant) tracks down Ronna (Sarah Polley) in the parking lot, but when she becomes the victim of a hit and run, Todd flees the scene.
  • GO

    Movie

    1/1/99

    GO is the 1999 heavily stylized dark comedy now available on Crackle.com and features an all star cast including Jay Mohr, Scott Wolf, and a fresh Katie Holmes while still in her Dawson's Creek years. The style is similar to that of then new and wildly popular "Pulp Fiction" as the film has three separate story lines linked by one common occurrence - in this case, a drug deal gone bad. On an LA Christmas Eve, deadbeat and local 24 hour grocery store Simon asks young and pretty small time drug dealer Ronna to cover his shift while he takes off for a Vegas roadtrip. That night, two under-the-radar and closeted gay soap stars, Adam and Zack, ask Ronna to hook them up with some dope, though unbeknownst to her, the whole thing is a sting set up by narcotics agent Burke to get the pair off drug charges of their own. In vegas, Simon's trip takes a bad turn when he accidentally shoots a known maffioso at a strip club. All the story lines meet and are resolved at a secret rave that ends up much more than the young party seekers can handle. The film was received with mixed critical acclaims and was Doug Liman's answer to his smash indie hit "Swingers"moreless
  • Go

    Trailer

    A drug deal from three different perspectives. Two soap studs agree to take part in an elaborate drug bust. After successfully fulfilling their duties, they accidentally run over a pedestrian while still wearing their police issue wires.moreless