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I am looking for a movie I saw in the last few years. I only remember part of the plot. A couple have another couple over who are friends of theirs. The man insists on doing a couple exchange with them. After they do it, he regrets it. His wife does it, but the man doesn't because he realises that he loves her.

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Comedy or drama? –  iandotkelly Oct 18 '13 at 15:18
    
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Perhaps it's Sex and Breakfast? Two couples who are having relationship problems decide to do a couple exchange. At first one of the men (played by Maculay Culkin of all people!) is all for it, but then after the deed is done deeply regrets it.

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This might be My Best Friend's Wife (2001) starring John Stamos, also released as Grownups and Steve & Claire & Eric & Ami. The plot doesn't exactly match your recollection, though: Steve is the one who pushes the idea and he goes through with it; although Eric had originally brought up the idea, he balks. Perhaps you didn't see the ending, in which

Eric is persuaded to have sex with Steve's wife, which somehow results in a happy ending for all.

If that's not it, try browsing through IMDb's list of movies with the keyword "wife swapping".

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well, that's not the movie, but i will look into it in IMDb, thank you so much!!! –  George May 3 '13 at 23:35

It could be Consenting Adults from 1992 with Kevin Kline and Kevin Spacey.

The plot of that is more extreme than simply regretting the swap: Kline's character is charged with murder.

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I think this may be "Zebra Lounge" with Stephen Baldwin and Kirsty Swanson.

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+1: Why was this answer downvoted? –  Jim G. Jun 15 '13 at 2:55
    
@JimG. typically answers to id questions should have a summary of the movie, that way we don't have to rely on outside sources for the context of the answer. kiki, mind adding why you believe this to be the answer? –  DForck42 Jun 17 '13 at 14:38
    
@DForck42: Cool. Thanks, man. –  Jim G. Jun 17 '13 at 15:32

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