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All rats want to do is eat, run on the treadmill... and mate.
Which... which, when you get down to it, Summer, doesn't make them much different than most guys. Most high school guys, anyway. So, we keep feeding them and keep them busy and that will keep their mind off the mating aspect of the situation.
[Spike & Scooter start sniffing the girls]
Um, you better go get some nachos - a double order - extra cheese.
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When I first watched Ratz, I couldn't believe how much I laughed. It is about two teen best friends, Marci and Summer, who thanks to their wacky adult buddy Doris, get a hold of a magical ring that grants wishes. Before they know it they are responsible for two teenaged boys, who were formally rats, and plan on taking the male hotties to the Spring Fling dance. Chaos obviously ensues. The concept of this movie is so far-fetched, the plot line so crazy, and the acting so mediocre that it made this movie one of the funniest I have ever seen! The comedy of it is cute and humorous, making you laugh if you don't try to over analyze it. If you watched Ratz with an open mind and a positive out look, you will find it funny. It is not meant to be one of those silver screen, four star comedies. But it is still good enough to entertain you.
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