Ratz

Ratz

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Director: Thom Eberhardt

Cast: Caroline Elliott, Vanessa Lengies, Kathy Baker

     
 
In this comic fantasy for the family, Marci (Kathy Baker), a woman who runs a secondhand store, buys a ring that turns out to have magical powers. Before she knows what's happened, the ring has turned her into one of her favorite television stars, and the talisman allows her to transform a pair of rats into good-looking boys for a couple of teenage girls with whom she

Overview

In this comic fantasy for the family, Marci (Kathy Baker), a woman who runs a secondhand store, buys a ring that turns out to have magical powers. Before she knows what's happened, the ring has turned her into one of her favorite television stars, and the talisman allows her to transform a pair of rats into good-looking boys for a couple of teenage girls with whom she's become friendly. But no one knows just how long the spell will remain in effect -- least of all Marci. Ratz also stars Caroline Elliott and Vanessa Lengies.

Product Details

Release Date:
06/19/2001
UPC:
0758445302721
Original Release:
2000
Rating:
NR
Source:
Showtime Ent.
Region Code:
1
Sound:
[Dolby Surround]
Time:
1:35:00

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Caroline Elliott Summer Weingarten
Vanessa Lengies Marci Kornbalm
Kathy Baker Doris Trowbridge/Regina Lee Savage
Ron Silver Herb Soric
Levi James Spike
Jake Seeley Scooter
Barbara Tyson Judy Weingarten
Veena Sood Donna Kornbalm
Stephen E. Miller Officer Henderson
Ed Evanko Mayor Ed Feldman
Kyle Labine Rod
Graham Wardle Tod
Chelan Simmons Jennifer Martin
Tania Saulnier Blair
Maryam Martinez Heather

Technical Credits
Thom Eberhardt Director
Cydney Bernard Producer
Shannon Mitchell Editor
Ric Waite Cinematographer

Scene Index

Side #1 --
0. Chapters
1. Opening Credits [:11]
2. Jealousy [4:25]
3. Dance Lessons [1:55]
4. Magic Ring [1:03]
5. Spring Fling [5:12]
6. Looking For Princes [1:44]
7. Princesses [3:10]
8. Disbelief [5:57]
9. Transform [2:58]
10. Princes [4:49]
11. Boyfriends [3:51]
12. Complicate [7:16]
13. House Broken [7:25]
14. Ramifications [5:54]
15. The Ball [11:23]
16. Midnight [4:39]
17. Final Wish [8:15]
18. End [10:51]

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Ratz 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The perfect antidote to Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen! This one of the sweetest, cutest, funniest movies I've ever seen for the 8-14-year-old set. The humor is sharp without ever being mean-spirited, and there's always something going on in the background, which makes repeated viewing rewarding. Even adults will find plenty to love about this one! No violence, a couple of extremely mild double-entendres (so mild that they went right past my 10-year-old daughter), wonderful performances by young and seasoned actors alike. The two girls are natural and just darling, and Kathy Baker and Ron Silver turn in marvelously nuanced performances as a pair of lonely, slightly flaky star-crossed lovers. Fun, fun, fun. Buy it for the preteen girl (or enlightened boy) in your life!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is my favorite movie in the whole wide world. This movie really makes me feel great when I am down. I can totally relate to this movie. It rocks!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie makes you feel so happy and satisfied its really unbelievable!! I taped it off the Hallmark channel and have watched it numerous times since. It is the of the same quality as big screen movies and I believe it would have suceeded as one. The young actresses shine out brightly, it proves you don't need the 'big names' to make a really good quality movie. I would also like to correct the reviewer from the All Movie Guide's mistake - the name of Kathy Baker's characcter is Doris, Marci is Vanessa Lengies' character - there is a 30 or so year difference in their ages. Buy this movie - it is worth it!!!!!