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Dorm Daze (2003)

Set during a crazy afternoon in the lives of a dozen college students at a co-ed dorm that starts with the arrival of two very different women with the same name of Dominique.

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Patrick Casey, Josh Miller (as Worm Miller)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Tatyana Ali ... Claire
Boti Bliss ... Dominique the Hooker
Gable Carr ... Rachel
Patrick Cavanaugh ... Pete
James DeBello ... Cliff Richards
Marieh Delfino ... Gerri Farber
Tony Denman ... Newmar
Danielle Fishel ... Marla
Courtney Gains ... Lorenzo the Black Hand
Gregory Hinton ... Ted
Edwin Hodge ... Tony
Paul Hansen Kim ... Wang
Katie Lohmann ... Dream Girl
Jennifer Lyons ... Lynne
Marie Noelle Marquis ... Dominique the Student
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Storyline

Dorm Daze unfolds during a crazy afternoon at a university co-ed dormitory in the days before Christmas break when one of the students, Styles McFee, hires a prostitute named Dominique for his unwitting brother, Booker, to lose his virginity. But Booker prefers to lose his virginity to his long-term sweetheart Rachel just down the hall. Meanwhile, another student, named Wang, awaits the arrival of a French foreign exchange student, who speaks little English, also named Dominique. Farcical wackiness ensues as a series of mistaken identities and mishaps escalate into monumental proportions starting when Wang leaves for work, Dominique the Student arrives and is mistaken for the prostitute by Styles, while Dominique the Hooker is mistaken for the student by others including the two dorm gossip queens Lynne and Marla. Other characters involve Adrienne, who is targeted by the dorm geek, Newmar, with whom they had a drunken fling the night before. Adrienne tries to find a missing handbag ... Written by Anonymous

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Rated R for sexual content, nudity and language | See all certifications »

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

20 August 2004 (Russia) See more »

Also Known As:

Dorm Day Crazy See more »

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Box Office

Opening Weekend USA:

$35,018, 28 September 2003, Limited Release

Gross USA:

$56,127

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$436,365
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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Trivia

The only actors to appear in all three films of the Dorm Daze trilogy are: James DeBello (Cliff), Tony Denman (Newmar), Jennifer Lyons (Lynne), Patrick Cavanaugh (Pete), Paul Hansen Kim (Wang), Patrick Casey (Mike) and Josh Miller (Brady). See more »

Goofs

When Dominique the hooker is in Tony's room, she tries to grab the bag with the money and stumbles. She falls down with her blouse unbuttoned, but stands up in next take with her blouse buttoned up. See more »

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Soundtracks

Ho, Ho, Ho, It's Christmas
Written by Anthony Teixera
Performed by Peter Pan Singers
Courtesy of PPI Entertainment
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I can't believe I saw the whole thing
13 December 2005 | by mars_centralSee all my reviews

I have watched a fair few 'National Lampoon' movies in my time and the one thing that is guaranteed is that there are no guarantees. Some are hilarious, others make you wonder who looked at the script and thought 'let's make this movie.' The plot, such as it is, is far better suited to a sketch show. There are some funny moments, but the whole thing is essentially one long joke. This is why it would be far better on the small screen; stretching a joke for 10 to 20 minutes is hard, 90 minutes is impossible. The performances from the cast, all of whom have very little to actually do, are all OK. But to be fair to them, no one is going to shine with such poor material. See this film if you have nothing to do one afternoon and you can see it for free, as it is mildly entertaining. If you actually buy it on DVD you will be sorely disappointed as it has very little re-watch potential.


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