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P.C.H. (1995)

R | | Comedy, Romance, Thriller | TV Movie
Out at Pacific Coast University, five students living in the same apartment building go through personal trials. Stacey was a famous volleyball player and fashion model once; now she's in ... See full summary »

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Cast

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Daniel St. Germain
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Counsellor
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Randy's Father
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Randy
Jacqueline Collen ...
Stacey Addison
Kimberly E. Goltry ...
Becky
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Serena Gomez
Mushond Lee ...
Joe
Ria Pavia ...
Polly
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Koji (as Ernie Reyes)
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Jake Mondello
Anna Lobell ...
Anna
Luciano Antonio Russo ...
Johnny
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Manny
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Detective Marino
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Out at Pacific Coast University, five students living in the same apartment building go through personal trials. Stacey was a famous volleyball player and fashion model once; now she's in semi-hiding, and someone from her past is stalking her. Serena, a pre-med student from East LA, is losing her scholarship because PCU is cutting back. Joe, fresh from the East Coast, is hiding something from his famous father, and Randy is searching for something to help him define himself apart from his rich dad. Polly just wants a roommate and a friend. Everything comes to a head during a charity volleyball game set up by Jake their landlord, who's a local restaurateur. Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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Rated R for some sexuality and violence
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Randy's Party Number One
Written by Christian Moder and Tim Jones
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Misleading DVD cover
13 January 2004 | by See all my reviews

I was under the immpression that Denise would be in this film as a main character, but instead was in the film for about ten minutes as that guys girlfriend. The film turned out to be the typical American beach movie but with no real effort into making it any different. It could have been pretty good, but turned out pretty crap


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