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Rush Night (2004)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Adventure | July 2004 (USA)
Two nerds meet the girls of their dreams at a party. The guys think that by getting the girls food to cure their "munchies," sexual favors will be had, sending the nerds out on a mission into the Twilight Zone.




Credited cast:
J.P. McNeely ...
Joe Giordano ...
Rachael Bernard ...
Amanda Bailey ...
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Robber 2
Jeffrey Alfiero ...
Store Clerk
Brandon Boyd ...
B.J. Brown ...
Tamara Bunt ...
Blonde Girl
Jessica Cardinale ...
Drunk Girl
Frat Guy
Edith Costanza ...
Old Woman
Patrick Holt ...
Bong Guy
Karen Jenkins ...
Pot Smoking Granny
David Kinnard ...


Jimmy and Kevin are two frustrated college-age dorks. They don't get into parties, they don't get into clubs, and they definitely don't get chicks. But, one day, they figure out that the way to be cool and get chicks is to join a fraternity. Of course, no fraternity would take these nerds, so instead, they do the next best thing; they pose as frat guys, and crash a fraternity party. There, they meet two hot girls who seem to fall for their act. The girls explain that they've had too much to smoke and have the "munchies" for chocolate doughnuts. The guys are convinced that sexual favors will be their reward. Simple right? Not for this group. They quickly realize that Karma is a harsh mistress for those with impure motives as their mission turns into a comedic spiral into the Twilight Zone. Written by anonymous

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Don't forget the doughnuts...


Comedy | Adventure


Not Rated




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July 2004 (USA)  »

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The Oldest Fraternity Pledges in History
19 March 2005 | by (Kentucky) – See all my reviews

I can't wait to see "Rush Night II", with the tag-line: "They're Back-And They're a Year Older". What we probably have here is a bunch of film school friends in their early thirties who decided to make a feature. But they didn't have much money and they lacked ANY adult experiences on which to base a screenplay. So they decided to make a feature length comedy about their undergraduate days. Unfortunately they also decided to be in their movie (perhaps dictated by their budget). Since the main roles are....."undergraduate college students pledging a fraternity"....the wheels fall off this thing with the first sequence. Imagine Nicollette Sheridan playing a high school girl in Lizzie McGwire and you will have a good idea just how glaring this becomes.

"Rush Night" sets a record for the most "walking and talking" scenes; and apparently they filmed (taped) them with an "unsteady-cam". The shaking camera is more entertaining than the dialogue. Directors use "walking and talking" when they can't think of an interesting way to stage a scene so there must have been about 45 minutes of script that the director (or the budget) could not properly stage.

Strangely there "is" one very funny scene where one of the overage students accidentally spears the eyeball of a coed with his pencil.

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