Three friends - aided by one of the residents - start a night club in a retirement home, after taking a job there working the night shift to put themselves through USC.

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Three friends, Justin, Chris and Nikki, decide to start their own Night Club, after taking a job working the night shift in a retirement home to put themselves through USC. They get a lot of help from one of the home's residents, Albert, who claims he used to run the hottest night club in Los Angeles for decades. As Justin tries to win the affections of a college mate April, Albert, Chris and Nikki, have the time of their lives throwing college parties attended by senior citizens, and a few famous singers/comedians. Written by cinematicheroes

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This is the sixth film that Director/Producer Sam Borowski and actor Daniel Roebuck have collaborated on. See more »

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Not worth watching...
27 October 2011 | by (NY) – See all my reviews

"Night Club" is the most awkwardly edited and filmed movie I have ever been forced to sit through. The plot line, about three friends who work in a nursing home to turn it into a terrible night club, is ridiculous and ill-thought out. It seemed overall that there was no point or main message to carry out. The action and events moved so cripplingly slow that the audience could have easily lost interest within the first ten minutes.

Though there were different levels of acting in this movie, it could have improved if the director guided the actors better or paid more attention to the dialogue. The dialogue ruined the movie when the actors kept on overly stressing clichéd humor, and there was almost no music or sounds at all. Only when the story moves outside is there any kind of background noises or melodies at all. Plus the camera direction was amateurish and too shaky, and all mainly composed of close-ups, which made it easy to become bored with the activity going on on screen.

So in summary, this movie didn't work because the thematic elements clashed or yielded adverse, unintentional bad effects to the eyes and ears of the audience. The misguided acting, dialouge, editing, plot line, and lack of sounds were not pleasing. No wonder why the picture didn't make it to the big screen, or even why I didn't sit through it the whole way through.


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