Mike lies to his parents about how successful his life is. He meets Lola, a dancer from Mexico, and lies to them that she's his girlfriend. They decide to visit him to meet her, so his friends help him pretend that his lies are true.

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(story), (story) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

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Mike Greenbaum
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Lola
Adam Biesk ...
Benny
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Tony
Michael Kagan ...
Max Greenbaum
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Doris Greenbaum
Leeza Davidson ...
Sally Greenbaum
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Salvatore Greco
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Jose Gomez
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Alma Gomez
Anna Davidson ...
Anna Gomez
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Dr. Gregory Hinson
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Selma Hinson
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Perry Monahan
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Leanne
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Mike lies to his parents about how successful his life is. He meets Lola, a dancer from Mexico, and lies to them that she's his girlfriend. They decide to visit him to meet her, so his friends help him pretend that his lies are true.

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dancing | dancer | writer | nightclub | lie | See All (9) »

Genres:

Comedy

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Rated PG for mild sex related material and language | See all certifications »
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Release Date:

31 December 1997 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Donuts  »

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Quotes

[Louie's a hitman.]
Doris Greenbaum: So Louie, what exactly do you do?
Louie: I run the show for Mr. Greco.
Doris Greenbaum: Show business! Are you an actor, a writer? What do you do?
Louie: I make people disappear.
Doris Greenbaum: A magician!
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Sometimes you just can't stop watching
21 June 2000 | by (Austin, TX) – See all my reviews

This movie was so frustrating. Everything seemed energetic and I was totally prepared to have a good time. I at least thought I'd be able to stand it. But, I was wrong. First, the weird looping? It was like watching "America's Funniest Home Videos". The damn parents. I hated them so much. The stereo-typical Latino family? I need to speak with the person responsible for this. We need to have a talk. That little girl who was always hanging on someone? I just hated her and had to mention it. Now, the final scene transcends, I must say. It's so gloriously bad and full of badness that it is a movie of its own. What crappy dancing. Horrible and beautiful at once.


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