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I had the opportunity to see "Night Club" at the World Premiere @ the Phoenix Film festival. I'm not going to spoil the film for you, but this film is about Three USC students Justin (Zachary Abel), Chris (Bryan Williams) and Nikki (Ahney Her) that take up a job at a retirement home. I don't want to mention anything more I'm sure you can find the synopsis somewhere online. It's a sentimental film and it made me sad, but also provided some appropriate humor. I recommend if you can check this film out. This movie has a lot of Classic Hollywood actors also some new comers that you should keep your eye on in the near future. So with that being said bring your significant other and don't feel ashamed if you shed a tear or two!
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