Two talented brothers live in a small town trailer park have a dream of becoming famous DJ's. They go to L.A. to try and break into the club scene, but wind up Djing Bar-mitzvahs.
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Cast

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Timbo
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Thom
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Larry
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Jessica
Stacy Bellew ...
Rachel
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Uncle Marty
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Flyer Girl
Kenny Morrison ...
DJ Razor
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Mom
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Joel The Party Planner
Jason Mizell ...
Himself (as Jason 'Jam Master Jay' Mizell)
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Michelle
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Himself
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Brent
Carl Cox ...
Himself
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Two talented brothers live in a small town trailer park have a dream of becoming famous DJ's. They go to L.A. to try and break into the club scene, but wind up Djing Bar-mitzvahs.

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People who live in trailer parks have dreams too!

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Comedy

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for language including sexual references and some drug content
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Release Date:

2 April 2004 (USA)  »

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$975,000 (estimated)
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In the movie the two main characters, Tim and Thom are brothers. In reality the filmmakers and stars of the movie are brothers as well. See more »

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A bad film
21 December 2004 | by (Redding, California) – See all my reviews

I have never heard of this film, so I have no idea if it ever was in a real movie theater. I also have never heard of the film's stars, yet I went ahead and rented this movie. I use the term, movie, very loosely, as it was a very unsatisfying viewing experience. Very bad acting. I mean really bad. And the story line was very poor. Something along the lines of two very unattractive teens who want to be DJ's, and what is supposed to be comedy situations revolving around this so called plot. I had previously thought that "Attack of the killer tomatoes" was the worst film I had seen. But now this DJ film has eclipsed the former film as the worst film I ever had to sit through. I am 18 years old, so I usually like teen comedies. I even can manage a smile if a film is only semi-decent. But honestly, I never laughed once watching this. I did, however, frown at this piece of mush and would never dare sit through it again. It is beyond bad. It is stupid. Really lame. Blah!


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