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  • Actors: Tatyana Ali, Boti Bliss, Gable Carr, Patrick Cavanaugh, James DeBello
  • Directors: David Hillenbrand, Scott Hillenbrand
  • Writers: Josh Miller, Patrick Casey
  • Producers: Courtney Gains, David Hillenbrand, Albert Miniaci, James Henrie
  • Format: AC-3, Anamorphic, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, DVD-Video, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: R
  • Studio: Fox Video
  • Release Date: Aug. 10 2004
  • Run Time: 96 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 1.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • ASIN: B00026WTYW
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #47,290 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

Product Description

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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Format: DVD
Remember the good old days of "ANIMAL HOUSE", "VACATION" and maybe even "LOADED WEAPON"...well their OVER!!!!!
This movie is a JOKE, i laughed so much on how this movie was NOT FUNNY, and this time...i won't blame it on the actors, the acting was actually quite good, but the script they had to work with unfortunetly wasn't.
Short summary of the film, everyone misunderstands each other in this dorm and things go crazy after that, there's a foreign exchange student, a gay guy, a nerd, a hooker, a hitman, a pretty girl, a basketball player with a jealous girlfriend, two tramps who like to gossip about everything, a punk guy who's supposed to be french but he's not, a nice guy who has a crazy roomate who torments him all the time, and..well does it really matter?
Confused? Watch the film, you'll understand what i mean...or better yet, DON'T!! (...)
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Not That Bad May 8 2006
By Keith A. Jones - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Dorm Daze really isn't all that bad; it's a good movie to watch with your friends so you can be more immature than usual. It's actually very funny but some of it is a waste of time. Let's face it because this movie is really another teen movie and a mediocre one from the great National Lampoons and it seems like a step down for them. The film is really made off the cast who do a good job at being stupid and if not for them this movie is a lost cause. It's filled with lust, some fights, mystery, and scandal so if you like that you'll love this.

I'm glad I grew up knowing that the kid actors you loved during your childhood grew up too. You have Patrick Renna from The much loved classic Sandlot and Big Green and what's really funny is that he kind of resembles his character in Sandlot but more grown up with a dirtier mouth. Then you have the beautiful Tatyana Ali from The Fresh prince, even though this isn't the first movie I've seen with the two of them acting like this it's by far the worst.

Anyway who cares about that since these two are the stand out actors, Patrick is a lot funnier than I expected and it's his antics that set the mood for the movie. Dorm Daze is better than expected and the reason why I can't give a little bit of a spoiler is because this stuff is not something you can say here. Most likely you can catch this on cable so look out for it.
9 of 12 people found the following review helpful
An overlooked, worthwhile comedy Sept. 29 2005
By LeftManOut - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
It doesn't surprise me that not many people have ever heard about this movie, or have any idea it even exists. I myself didn't even know the movie existed until watching it at a friend's house one day. And boy am I glad I watched it that day, because this is definitely a worthy addition to an comedy fans collection. What surprises me more is that like some other great movies out there (100 Girls, Jailbait), this one was a straight to DVD port, despite having an excellent cast of characters including Patrick Renna (Ham from The Sandlot), Danielle Fischell (Topanga from Boys Meets World), Chris Owen (Sherminator from American Pie), James Debello (Rod from 100 Girls, Trip from Detroit Rock City), and Tatyana Ali (Ashley from Fresh Prince of Bellair). The movie, while not mature or deep in any sense, definitely does it's job of giving the viewer a pleasurable experience, and for that should not be overlooked.

The plot focuses around Styles (Patrick Renna) who is insisting his brother Booker (Chris Owen) lose his virginity (hey I said the plot wasn't very mature). To ensure Booker gets the job done, Styles hires a Hooker to come take care of business. Unfortunately the Hooker, Dominique, gets mixed up with a foreign exchange student arriving at the same time, letting the fun begin. Throw in an arguement between Claire (Tatyana Ali) and her boyfriend Tony (Edwin Hodge) over a misinterpreted play rehearsal, and a purse filled with money, and you can almost guess where the movie is going. I won't reveal anymore of the plot just incase you haven't seen it, but trust me the hiliarity of the cast, the jokes and the overall storyline combine for a generally pleasurable time, making this movie a must see for fans of films along the lines of "American Pie" or "Girl Next Door".

I would recommend this movie to anyone who likes comedies with sometimes juvenile humor, but with an overall entertaining message. Taking the movie too seriously will inhibit the viewing experience, so just look at it as something to entertain you, not something to be deep or life changing (because trust me it's far from that). Many have trashed the movie because of it's crude jokes and young cast, but that's what really makes the movie worth seeing. Don't make the mistake of writing this movie off without at least giving it a chance. I guarantee if you don't take it too seriously you might find yourself enjoying this one quite a bit.
10 of 14 people found the following review helpful
IT SUCKED!!!!! Aug. 12 2004
By Bad movie buster - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Don't listen to these Danielle Fishel fanboys (and they must be, since she has about fifteen minutes of total screen time in this movie). This was the single worst movie of the 21st century. How else to describe a comedy of about 1 hour and 45 minutes where I did not even smile once? No big surprise, as National Lampoon seems to have no shame in putting its once respectable brand name on crap! What is far worse than the movie's complete lack of humor is the blatantly false advertising. Looking at the packaging and even the menu screens on this supposedly "unrated" DVD, you are led to believe that this movie is going to be non-stop sex and nudity. Well, guess again. There is NO SEX and two very BRIEF scenes which I will describe here so you can save your money: In one scene, a male character has a one minute fantasy sequence where former Playmate Katie Lohmann appears topless and engages in the most chaste kiss you can imagine with another actress for about two seconds. The other scene is with this same male character where a woman pretending to be a hooker does a strip tease. Just when she takes off her bra, there is a cut to an obvious body double taking off her bra and exposing her goods! The actress who plays the hooker has the porno-esque name of Boti Bliss, yet this nobody is too good to take off her top in a movie?! This was laughable. So, do you think any of that rates an R, much less an "UNRATED"? Save your money, folks.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Cue Yakety Sax Oct. 15 2011
By Jason - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Starring Hamilton 'Ham' Porter from Sandlot, Topanga from Boy Meets World, Tatyana Ali from Fresh Prince, the Sherminator from the American Pie films, and the guy from Can't Buy Me Love who got a bag of poo thrown on his porch, Dorm Daze is a goofy mish-mash of the typical "eliminate virginity" plot and a overly complicated case of mistaken identity - a case that mixes-up a French foreign exchange student and a hooker. What's the difference, right? The mix-ups are really elementary. Same phone on the same table. Identical handbags. Dropped notes picked up by the wrong people. At times it all feels like a Benny Hill skit.

In the end, it's too shallow and too long. Way too long.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Great script/concept, mediocre execution Aug. 15 2004
By Deucebot - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
This movie is unique among teen/college sex comedies in that it has a story arc other than "setup, show naked woman, roll credits." It's a farce with more crossed wires and misunderstandings than an entire season of Frasier, and I was entertained by the twists and turns and some hilarious one-liners.

It could have been a little (15-25 min) shorter, which would have simplified the plot a little bit. Also, it was seriously overdirected...there were some corny sound effects and unnecessary swooping camera. Still, if you can see through some of those flaws, you've got one of the best written teen movies since modern teen standard-setter American Pie.

I will say this: Infinitely better than Van Wilder.