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NIGHT CLUB is a unique film in that it blends both humor (from one-liners to slapstick) and drama (including some very poignant moments) and does so very well. It was great also to see such a mix of young 20-something actors holding their own on the screen with legendary veterans such as Ernest Borgnine and Mickey Rooney. Some of the scenes are laugh-out-loud funny; others are gripping and almost push you to tears. The film is very well-paced and doesn't have any lulls. NIGHT CLUB tugs on the heart strings. It's very unexpected and very welcome ... especially in an age of movie-going where most films are either sequels, remakes or follow the same dumb story lines. Bravo!
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