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Stonebrook (1999)

PG-13 | | Drama, Thriller | 30 April 1999 (USA)
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With the help of a friend of the family, 23-year-old Erik (Brad Rowe) gets a scholarship to the Ivy League-type school called Stonebrook. His dorm-mate (Seth Green) is a nerdy hacker named ... See full summary »

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Byron W. Thompson

Writer:

Steve Morris
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Seth Green ... Cornelius
Zoe McLellan ... Londyn
Brad Rowe ... Erik
Stanley Kamel ... Tali
William Mesnik William Mesnik ... Oliver Franklin
Sheryl Chambers Sheryl Chambers ... Moll
Raymond Dooley Raymond Dooley ... Rosewood
Stan Kelly Stan Kelly ... Dardinell
Alan Sader Alan Sader ... Mathis
Geoffrey Owens ... Marty
Mary Lucy Bivins Mary Lucy Bivins ... Maria
Mark Jeffrey Miller ... Milo
Hank Troscianiec Hank Troscianiec ... Jake
J. Michael Hunter J. Michael Hunter ... Jim
Janell McLeod Janell McLeod ... Janis
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With the help of a friend of the family, 23-year-old Erik (Brad Rowe) gets a scholarship to the Ivy League-type school called Stonebrook. His dorm-mate (Seth Green) is a nerdy hacker named Cornelius. When his scholarship is yanked, the two of them team up to pull increasingly ambitious scams to keep him in tuition money, eventually crossing paths with mob boss Mr. Tali (Stanley Kamel). Written by Anonymous

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Drama | Thriller

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Rated PG-13 for some violence | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

30 April 1999 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Hazugságok hálójában See more »

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Everyones's a sucker....especially me for sticking with this Movie!
29 June 2000 | by CharltonBoySee all my reviews

Why oh why do people insist on spoiling movies by making the plot far to difficult understand or keep up with? This film (Web of Lies is the Title in the UK) had a lot of potential and actually started quite well. I liked the bits when the boys were trying to hussle for money but all this got lost in a script that dissappeared up its own backside .I'm lost as to explain what happened in the end partially because there were to many twists and partly because i lost interest. Brad Rowe looks promising as an actor even if he is a clone of his name sake Brad Pit , apart from that i would advise you to do something more interesting for an hour and a half. 5 out of 10


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