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The Party Crashers (1998)

Three guys crash a party and take it hostage, holding it for ransom.

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Mr. Foster
Max Parrish ...
Gigolo
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Former Athlete
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Carolyn
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Writer
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The Bruise
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Attorney (as Christopher Jacobs)
Sid Hillman ...
Musician / Record Executive
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Mrs. Foster
Robin Nance ...
Jennifer Clark
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Figure Skater
Taylor Brooks ...
Obnoxious broker (as Daniel Ford Taylor)
Marcus Malone ...
Brave guest
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Bartender

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A gigolo, a former professional athlete, a spoiled heiress, a champion female figure skater, a live band, and three desperate men are all brought together under the same roof, for a party thrown by a young, hot-shot, corporate attorney. The three desperate men are good people forced into crime by their own personal circumstances. Knowing that the heiress will be present, they crash the party and hold dozens of guests hostage. They demand ransom from the heiress' father, a powerful publishing magnate, warning him that if he goes to the police, he will have the blood of countless innocent victims on his hands. This being Los Angeles, of course, no one at the party is really "innocent". The former professional athlete and the gigolo are morally corrupt men whom circumstances force into heroic behavior. They courageously attempt to foil the kidnapers' plans and liberate the guests held hostage. Unfortunately, no one at the party turns out to be quite what they say, and everyone has their ... Written by Phil Leirness

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Clever plot, funny, and great music
21 March 2002 | by (Los Angeles, CA, USA) – See all my reviews

Party Crashers is a clever and funny movie with plot twists, a lot of dark comedy, and a great sound track. Teens to adults will enjoy this film, making you laugh even as you think about the social commentary. Characters are fun and engaging.


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