- The Model Home (2003) TV Episode
- Pilot (2003) TV Episode
Some of the films and TV series produced by Doug Liman are The Bourne Identity (2002) (producer), Arrested Development (2003) (executive producer), Two Harbors (2003) (executive producer), "The O.C." (Executive producer) (27 episodes, 2003-2004), The Bourne Ultimatum (2007) (executive producer) and Knight Rider (2008) (executive producer). He also directed a music video "Keep Hope Alive" by Crystal Method.
Every 20 plus guy must have had a serious relationship; a relationship that is really hard to get over after you have broken up. These things happen all the time but people in these situations always end up being depress, upset or lose hope. Watch Swingers a comedy movie about the same topic. WatchSwingers (1996) which is about what goes through a lonely guy's head after the breakup of a long-term relationship. The first dates after breaking off from a long relationship. The pathetic ideas you get just after you have broken up, the period where you are unsure about what you want and what you’re going to do.
WatchSwingers (1996) a comedy about such a streak. It’s directed by Doug Liman and written by Jon Favreau who is also the lead role in this movie. The movie is about a guy named Mike Peters played by Jon Favreau who comes from New York to Los Angeles after breaking off from his girlfriend whom he was with for six whole years. So his best pal Trent Walker played by Vince Vaughn and some of other close friends take him out to get over that girl and make him feel better. But the problem is Trent is just looking to get laid but on the other hand Mike wants true love and romance.
Although "Swingers" does capture that feminine ability to smell desperation, every girl who might watch this movie would have the same response to Jon Favreau's character as the girls in the movie -- "this guy is a jerk." When women watchSwingers they are turned off but guys don't want them to know we have moments like this. That having been said, this is a creative film. Even though it's jammed with sharp-tongued dialogue and coffee-shop and night-club culture, it is the essence of an anti-formula film. You'll never see an anti-hero like this in a studio film. One would watchSwingers but won’t find anything special about it. Although only guys who were or are in that kind of situation as Mike was in the move than only guys might love this movie and can relate to it. You can enjoy the comedy in the movie in a shallow way but nowadays people expect more from a movie. In my opinion you might want to rent this movie when you are done watching all the other movies released in the time span of five years.