Midnight Madness
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Midnight Madness
The crux of this limited, juvenile comedy is a complex game that begins at midnight and ends by morning. Of main interest is the fact that a young Michael J. Fox plays one of the students involved in the game. Leon (Alan Solomon) has spent a year creating the game and practically needs that long to convince his fellow students to play it. Eventually he wins out, and the various teams of classic stereotypes -- the nerd, the well-groomed hero, the obnoxious sorority sister, the easily duped freshman, and others -- all converge on Los Angeles at midnight. Their treks take them through the… More

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"Bobagem descartável que traz, como grande atrativo, o fato de ter marcado a estréia de Michael J. Fox no Cinema (e de ter emperrado a carreira de seus dois jovens diretores, até então considerados promissores)."
‑ Pablo Villaca, Cinema em Cena
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