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The Ranch (2004)

A professional bordello in Nevada, where prostitution is somewhat legal, the sex workers employed there and the clients that frequent it.

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Cast

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Shayna
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Kim
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Taylor
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Velvet
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Rickie Lee
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Other David
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Emily
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Beth Ann
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Mary Larkin
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Ray
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Lavender Rose
Cailin Stadnyk ...
Chicklet
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Janey
Veronika Habal ...
Cat
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Yetta
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A professional bordello in Nevada, where prostitution is somewhat legal, the sex workers employed there and the clients that frequent it.

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Their stories are different... but their profession is the same.

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Comedy | Drama

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Rated R for sexual content including dialogue | See all certifications »
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5 July 2004 (USA)  »

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O Rancho do Amor  »

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1.37 : 1
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Goofs

When Kim's fiancée picks her up at the airport in Detroit, he is there waiting for as she exits the plane. This was not allowed in 2004 unless the person has a boarding pass. See more »

Connections

Referenced in The Benchwarmers (2006) See more »

Soundtracks

I'm A Smooth Operator
Written by David Weisberg (as David A. Weisberg) & Fredrick Grimmett Jr.
Performed by Fré
Courtesy of Unsolicited Records
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User Reviews

Be not fooled...
22 January 2006 | by See all my reviews

...this film is not nearly as provocative as the cover would lead you to believe. The brief sex scenes are few and far between, and, apart from the bare breasts of many of its leading ladies (which earns this movie its four points), the skin shown is no more than would be found in a mainstream film. The sex itself is shown only in a comical manner, which is not only a letdown to men who watch it to be titillated, but to women who watch it to be emotionally moved. The strong female bonding aspect of the movie could just as easily have been portrayed without trying to gain access to the male demographic who would only spend their hard-earned 75 cents renting it because they thought it was some decent soft-core action.


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