Bart Got a Room (2008)

 
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Danny Stein is a high-school senior and class vice president; he's in charge of the prom, along with Camille, his best friend for years. Everyone including Camille and her parents assumes that Danny will ask her to the prom, but he wants something less platonic and more romantic - more memorable. His choices include the sophomore cheerleader he drives to school, a friend of a friend, and a quiet Chinese girl in his classes. With his parents' help (they're going through a divorce), he gets the tickets, rents a tux, reserves a limo, and, over his mother's objections, gets a room at the prom-site hotel. This, everyone believes, is the way to establish memories. Will anything work out? IMDB Rating: 5.810 of 3,656 votes  |  Opening: $32,764
Actors: Steven Kaplan, William H. Macy, Cheryl Hines, Alia Shawkat, Ashley Benson, Brandon Hardesty, Kate Micucci, Jon Polito, Jennifer Tilly, Dinah Manoff, Michael Mantell, Chad Jamian Williams, Bambi la Fleur, Sam Azouz, Betty Knowles
Country: USA |  Language: English
Director:Brian Hecker |  Release: 25 April 2008 (USA) | 
Mpaa: Rated R for some sexual content
Genre: Comedy
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Danny Stein is a high-school senior and class vice president; he's in charge of the prom, along with Camille, his best friend for years. Everyone including Camille and her parents assumes that Danny will ask her to the prom, but he wants something less platonic and more romantic - more memorable. His choices include the sophomore cheerleader he drives to school, a friend of a friend, and a quiet Chinese girl in his classes. With his parents' help (they're going through a divorce), he gets the tickets, rents a tux, reserves a limo, and, over his mother's objections, gets a room at the prom-site hotel. This, everyone believes, is the way to establish memories. Will anything work out?