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Ratz (2000)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Fantasy | TV Movie 9 June 2000
Marcy and Summer have to come up with dates for the Annual Spring Fling dance. Their only option is to take two geeks and face the teasing from the popular girls. Everything changes when ... See full summary »

Director:

Thom Eberhardt

Writer:

Thom Eberhardt
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1 win & 3 nominations. See more awards »

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Kathy Baker ... Doris Trowbridge / Regina Lee Savage
Ron Silver ... Herb Soric
Jake Seeley Jake Seeley ... Scooter
Levi James Levi James ... Spike
Barbara Tyson ... Judy Weingarten
Veena Sood ... Donna Kornbalm
Stephen E. Miller ... Officer Henderson
Ed Evanko Ed Evanko ... Mayor Ed Feldman (as Edward Evanko)
Kyle Labine ... Rod
Graham Wardle ... Tod
Chelan Simmons ... Jennifer Martin
Caroline Elliott Caroline Elliott ... Summer Weingarten
Vanessa Lengies ... Marci Kornbalm
Tania Saulnier ... Blair
Maryam Mehrtash Maryam Mehrtash ... Heather (as Maryam Martinez)
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Storyline

Marcy and Summer have to come up with dates for the Annual Spring Fling dance. Their only option is to take two geeks and face the teasing from the popular girls. Everything changes when they are given a magic ring that grants wishes. In a Cinderella-like twist, two pet rats are transformed into hunks for their dates to the dance. The only problem is the hunks still behave like RATS... and always at the most embarrassing times!

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Plot Keywords:

dance | magic | rat | coming of age | See All (4) »

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Change two rats into guys? Whatever!

Genres:

Comedy | Fantasy

Certificate:

Not Rated
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Country:

Canada | USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

9 June 2000 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Der magische Ring See more »

Company Credits

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Showtime Networks See more »
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Sound Mix:

Dolby

Color:

Color
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Quotes

Marci Kornbalm: All rats want to do is eat, run on the treadmill... and mate.
Summer Weingarten: What?
Marci Kornbalm: Which... which, when you get down to it, Summer, doesn't make them much different than most guys. Most high school guys, anyway. So, we keep feeding them and keep them busy and that will keep their mind off the mating aspect of the situation.
[Spike & Scooter start sniffing the girls]
Marci Kornbalm: Um, you better go get some nachos - a double order - extra cheese.
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Behind the scenes footage is played during the closing credits. See more »

Connections

Followed by I Was a Teenage Faust (2002) See more »

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1 August 2002 | by Linjen77See all my reviews

I have seen this movie and I wanted to respond to the comment above, I don't think this movie was made in hopes of winning an Oscar. It's a kid/teenage movie and nothing more. It's just pure entertainment. I think the comment above had way too much thought put into it. Yes it's not the greatest acting but it's a movie that will entertain young kids, you should take into consideration that there are not very many movies out there for young kids to see and I think this movie would be an appropriate choice for kids. I'm pretty sure I can think of movies that are worse but I'm not going to take the time to think of any.


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