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Bar Hopping (2000)

| Comedy | TV Movie
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Eddie
Linda Favila ...
Lara
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Mara
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Roger
Anson Downes ...
Cyper Dan
Romy Windsor ...
Kyra (as Romy Walthall)
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Damian
Linda Graybel ...
Mira
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Bill
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Aerosmith
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Abdul
Brant von Hoffman ...
Cop (as Brant von Hoffmann)
Dixon Troyer ...
Doorman
Gwen Kenneally ...
Lover 1
J.H. Torrance Downes ...
Lover 2 (as Torrance Downes)
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Do it all before last call.

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References Short Cuts (1993) See more »

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Sleepless
Performed by Catte Adams
Written and Produced by Catte Adams & Marc Hugenberger
Published by Cattberger Music ASCAP / Tripty Music BMI
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Clever, clever script but , for some, it may go too far
24 March 2005 | by (Toledo, Ohio) – See all my reviews

Lara and Roger have just called a timeout for their romance. It's been three days. Naturally, Lara is in turmoil but insists to friends that she wants to go out to a local bar, their favorite hangout. Roger is thinking the same way. Meanwhile, another lady is stalking the man who did her wrong, a stoner is trying to avoid a dinner with his parents, an internet couple are about to meet in real life, and a walk on the wild side woman is taking a group of Middle Eastern men out for a night on the town. Will this motley crew of characters intersect? This movie is very cleverly written. It has a pungent humor that will delight some viewers but, others may find minor objections to the language and sexual content of the film. The ensemble cast is wonderful and believable in their portrayals of mixed-up love seekers. Too bad Kevin Nealon does not have a larger role! The Los Angeles setting is nice, too. For those film voyeurs who go bonkers over intelligent dialog and situations, with an indie flair, stroll down to the video store or library. You will like this one.


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