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Ratz (2000)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Fantasy | TV Movie 9 June 2000
Marcy and Summer have to come up with dates for the Annual Spring Fling dance. Their only option is to take two geeks and face the teasing from the popular girls. Everything changes when ... See full summary »

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Doris Trowbridge / Regina Lee Savage
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Herb Soric
Jake Seeley ...
Scooter
Levi James ...
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Judy Weingarten
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Donna Kornbalm
Stephen E. Miller ...
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Rod
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Tod
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Jennifer Martin
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Summer Weingarten
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Marci Kornbalm
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Blair
Maryam Mehrtash ...
Heather (as Maryam Martinez)
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Marcy and Summer have to come up with dates for the Annual Spring Fling dance. Their only option is to take two geeks and face the teasing from the popular girls. Everything changes when they are given a magic ring that grants wishes. In a Cinderella-like twist, two pet rats are transformed into hunks for their dates to the dance. The only problem is the hunks still behave like RATS... and always at the most embarrassing times!

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Change two rats into guys? Whatever!

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Comedy | Fantasy

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Summer Weingarten: Oh... You are so right about all those strange things happening to us, Marci... Don't you think it's strange that you would tell Jennifer that we have dates tonight? When she so knows we don't? And she is so going to be telling everyone that you said we did? And everyone is so going to be laughing at us tonight?... I'm not even going to go!
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cute for preteens
22 June 2006 | by (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) – See all my reviews

I find this movie to be creative and enjoyable for a younger audience. And while it is geared more towards an audience ranging from ages I'd say 9 till about 12, I think adults can find it to be entertaining as well. The plot is a familiar one... two best friends who aren't in the popular crowd at school, but like most girls around their age hope to be, and also hope to be noticed by cute boys! While it may seem a little cheesy, the storyline takes off when a lady they work for (who is also not so smooth herself) stumbles across a "magic" wishing ring which grants them answers to their troubles, only to cause those solutions to get a bit out of hand. The silly situations that result from these fulfilled wishes will keep you laughing and smiling, as it did me. Its a clever but movie if you are looking for something that isn't mind boggling, or filled with inappropriate humor. You will find its clean humor and carefree story to be a nice change from all the other movies that are being created for preteens these days. It it a movie that an adult can feel comfortable having their children watch. This movie can be best summed up as light-hearted, original, and just plain adorable.


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