Cattle Call (National Lampoon's Cattle Call) (2006)




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A group of disgruntled actresses plot revenge after learning that a high profile casting call was actually a scam cooked up by three lonely losers just looking to get laid. Sherman and Glen just wanted a little action, but romantic Richie Ray was looking for his dream girl. At first their seedy scam seemed to be working brilliantly, and then the truth came out. When these ambitious actresses realize they've been had, it doesn't take long for them to throw together their own diabolical plan. Nicole Eggert, Thomas Ian Nicholas, and Diedrich Bader star in a sexy comedy featuring special appearances by Paul Mazursky and Jonathan Winters.

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Critic Reviews for Cattle Call (National Lampoon's Cattle Call)

All Critics (2)

...establishes itself as an extraordinarily tedious effort almost immediately...

Jun 20, 2008 | Rating: .5/4 | Full Review…

Oh, National Lampoon. Have you been drinking again?

May 21, 2008 | Rating: 1/5 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Cattle Call (National Lampoon's Cattle Call)

A very poor low budget comedy with Thomas Ian Nicholas of American Pie. It has a few familiar faces, but this is just a rather odd film. It tries to be a bit cheeky and border on a sex comedy but fails pretty bad. Some scenes are just totally random?! Stick to the American Pie series or some of the better known comedies of recent years for more laughs.

Dean King
Dean King

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Two of the main ladies, Mollen and Handler, are ok. Bader is supposed to be an awkward creepy character, but he succeeds too much in this, while failing to be funny. The normal recent National Lampoon habit of giving us flat stereotypes and sex sex sex.

Byron Brubaker
Byron Brubaker

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