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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7 April 2011 (USA)  »

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$1,000,000 (estimated)

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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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Leaves much to be desired
11 July 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

What can I say about Nigh Club? The film had heart, I'll give it that... but even that had little effect on my opinion, as any emotion that may have been produced by this films good intentions were quickly overpowered by a never ending stream of terrible dialog, God-awful cinematography, and poor acting. The film's title essentially sums up the movie, a night club is created for the elderly at a local rest home, and the protagonist masterminds this whole thing is so dis-likable, that you often find yourself hoping he fails, just so you can breathe a sigh of relief. A weak and unsupported romance also follows our hero throughout the film, and only in the end (after receiving a million dollars) does she finally come back to him... (AHEM!) can anybody say terrible timing? Aside from the apparent money hungry hussy, it was clear the director did not plan out any of the small details that would have made this film believable.


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