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Charlie's Party (2005)

Six Friends Three Rooms One Bad Idea

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... Sarah
... Tom (as Mark H. Dold)
... Nick
... Jill
... Charlie
... Dylan
Nancy Anne Ridder ... Jane
... Phil
... Mitsy Ann
Beth Cahn ... Mrs. Ellis
... Zoe Fields
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'Charlie's Party' is a sexually charged comedy about a group of friends from college coerced into reuniting for a 'partner-swapping' weekend by their former ringleader, the formidable Charlie. The film is both a frank and funny look at modern sexual relations, while at the same time exploring the emptiness and dissatisfaction of a group of young urbanites realizing they're not where they wanted to be. Written by Anonymous

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Six Friends, Three Rooms, One Bad Idea

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Hilarious.
16 June 2005 | by See all my reviews

Caught the premiere of this film at CineVegas. Very funny look at relationships and what can go wrong if friends decide to attempt a "cell party." Definitely recommend! Took a little while to get going, but once it did the audience was laughing hysterically and was quite a nice surprise to find such an entertaining and fun movie at an indie film festival. Provocative in a tasteful manner and imagine it would lead to some very interesting date conversation. The most recognizable actress is Sabrina Lloyd who is fantastic as Sara. However, this film could help some of the other cast break-out. Eron Otcasek as Nick and Alissia Miller as Charlie were two particularly good standouts.


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