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"L.A. D.J." is loosely based on their real life story, two talented slacker brothers, Tim and Thom, live in a small town trailer park. They have a dream of becoming world famous club DJs. The brother's devise a strategy to host a "world party" at their local high school dance. Their concept was to use the Internet to broadcast their DJ set live on their website, TheWorldParty.com, "One world, one beat, one party, one dollar, Log on and party with the world." Unfortunately only four people signed up. When their Uncle Marty is hospitalized, they get an opportunity to go to L.A. The brothers discover a DJ spin-off. Tim and Thom try their best to enter the competition to win. But the only gigs they play in LA are Bar Mitzvahs. In a twist of fate, they learn their relationship is more important than any gig."L.A. D.J." features cameo's from the late Jam Master Jay, DMC, DJ Carl Cox, and Original music by Dave Audè.
R (for language including sexual references and some drug content)