Leon planned "the great all-nighter" by picking college students to participate in an all-night long scavenger hunt. The 5 teams are given clues to solve, leading them to the next clue, hidden throughout the city. Making his film debut; Michael J. Fox, as Scott, the younger brother.Written by
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A reference to Walt Disney Productions when the white team ends their search for a clue at the Mickey Mouse star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. See more »
When the green team smashes the plastic beer pitchers together in a toast and they break we hear the sound of glass breaking. Also, the pitcher Dirk Blocker is holding was empty in the previous shot. When was it filled up again? See more »
Am I the only person that has seen this movie? I saw this film as a child. It came on tv a lot (USA or something like that) and I loved it. It intrigued me. Something about scavenger hunts, with different teams, through the city at night. Anyways, as I grew older I never heard of this movie again. I mean for at least 10 to 12 years. Nothing. But I still remembered the song from the movie and it would sometimes pop in my head. I thought myself to be crazy and so did everyone else I had asked about it. I had convinced myself that I must have made it up when I was younger, but then I found the movie at a store one day and bought it. Now I think it to be quite humorous the things we get attached to as a child and think are so funny. It is still entertaining to me though. Oh well, Anyone else?
I know I seem it, but No, I am not crazy. My mind is wide awake and I can't sleep!
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