While discussing Mike's new situation at a diner, Trent interrupts to make a disastrous attempt at flirting with a woman nearby.As Trent tries to recover from the embarrassment, Mike smiles as the tables turn.Written by Jon Favreau and directed by Doug Liman, the movie starred Favreau and Vince Vaughn, and also featured performances by Ron Livingston and Heather Graham.This film was rated #57 on Bravo's "100 Funniest Movies." The film was honored on the 2007 Spike TV Guys' Choice Awards.
The film was voted as the 14th best film set in Los Angeles in the last 25 years by a group of Los Angeles Times writers and editors with two criteria: "The movie had to communicate some inherent truth about the L. experience, and only one film per director was allowed on the list". "Swingers", was released in 1999 and contained "Magic Man" by Heart and a studio version of "Staying Alive" by lounge act Marty and Elayne, with other tracks inspired by the film.Mike makes several awkward attempts at speaking to women, but they all end disastrously.Along the way, the group discusses movies, video games, and their floundering careers in show business.American Film Institute recognition: There are two collections from the film; the first soundtrack, Swingers: Music From The Miramax Motion Picture, was released in 1996 and contained music included in the film. This webpage uses material from the Wikipedia article "Swingers_(1996_film)" and is licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License.Reality TV World is not responsible for any errors or omissions the Wikipedia article may contain.