Three out-of-their-league-nerds venture out to the city's hippest nightspot, battling the odds to talk to the club's hottest chicks. Or at least they try.

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Moises Aguilar ...
Bar Patron
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Gatorade-boy
Kara Astrovski ...
Bar Patron
Charlie Ayers ...
Alcoholic
Alexis Bahrychuk ...
Montage Girl
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Jennifer Sinclaire
Bobby Bromley ...
Obnoxious Drunk Dancer
Cherese Brown ...
Montage Girl
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Dancer / Romantic Couple
Steve Colombel ...
Bartender #2
Julie Compton ...
Dancer
Chris Dempsey ...
Bar Patron
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Montage Girl
David Dortch ...
Interviewer
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Dancer
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Three out-of-their-league-nerds venture out to the city's hippest nightspot, battling the odds to talk to the club's hottest chicks. Or at least they try.

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23 September 2005 (USA)  »

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Hilarious, Creative, Engaging. Very entertaining!
7 October 2005 | by (San Diego, California) – See all my reviews

Adam Rudder and his crew have produced a hilarious romp that touches the hearts of anyone who has ever felt they had no chance at that hottie in the bar. Now, you can imagine how it's done, with the heroic actions of one man, and the antics of the very hot people in the Thin bar in San Diego. The editing was especially effective: the combination of live action and cutaways to character comments, flash backs and flash forwards all work together to show the ripple effect the main character's heroic exploits has on the tres chic bar fly community. A few standout roles had the entire audience laughing so hard they were crying, including the rubber ducky guy, the "best friend" who regrets not being there for her love-starved friend, and another bar patron who delivers her lines in flagrante delicto. (No actual nudity...the theme was suggestive but I believe it was suitable for PG-13 audiences). The sound quality was excellent. The color, lighting and scene dressing were very well done. The overall impression was that this short film was very professionally produced, edited and directed. At the San Diego Film Festival, it stood out from the other films because it was the only one that had a cohesive and comprehensible story, it was produced beautifully, the acting was believable and effective, and the audience enjoyed the humor and originality in the piece. I highly recommend this film, and will seek out anything Adam Rudder and his crew do in the future.


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