So Money and You Don’t Even Know It

“It was a movie about feelings for guys learning to be men, predating the modern Apatovian bromance by years. Swingers had its own restorative slang and presented a world — or a part of Los Angeles, anyway — with a version of cool that seemed both exotic and utterly attainable. It introduced characters so instantly loved and relatable that guys began assigning those parts to their own friends. Trents dancing on tables, saving vulnerable Mikeys from their own doldrums, were everywhere. We got in touch with our inner Robs, placing value on patience and listening.”

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