The landscape of the box office in 1999 was dominated by teen-centered movies, big-name comedians, and a couple of smaller budget films that reaped tons of rewards (see: money!)
And then there was Go.
Written by John August (who recently penned the Aladdin live-action remake) and directed by Doug Liman (The Bourne Identity, Edge of Tomorrow), Go was an ensemble piece, a story told from three points of view that was a comedy dark in nature. Written and edited in the vein of Pulp Fiction, Go sees the three different stories intersect and is set around the ecstasy and rave scene that was popular in the late 1990's.
The combination o…