Nowheresville is the tale of Sam, Nick, Randy and Jerry, four childhood friends that are virtually inseparable, that is until Nick decides he's moving to Los Angeles. On the night before ... See full summary »

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Brett Parker ...
Sam Delahanty
Chris Proulx ...
Jerry Delahanty
Bill Cote ...
Nick Foley
Matt Dionne ...
Randy Jurgens
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Anne Aboshar ...
Tony Barnea ...
Jerami Bellofatto ...
Larry Packard
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Melanie Keaton
Joe Breault ...
Franchesco Lorenzo
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Mall Customer (as Randy Brown)
Jill Cote ...
Allison Bradshaw
Renee Cote ...
Cristine Angle
Holly Danault ...
Morgan Pierce
Ken Dionne ...
Gunman
Kurt Englehart ...
Don Webber
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Nowheresville is the tale of Sam, Nick, Randy and Jerry, four childhood friends that are virtually inseparable, that is until Nick decides he's moving to Los Angeles. On the night before he's set to leave, the other guys hatch a plan to convince him to stay. Do they succeed or do they fail? Only one thing is certain: on this last night in Nowheresville, anything can happen and probably will! Written by Chris Proulx

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Just try and get out!

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Worth a watch!
18 March 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I found this DVD in a friends collection... was bored... figured "what the hell"

It was not Waterboy... It was not Happy Gilmore... It was not American Pie... It was a great indie film!

Think Super Troopers without the moolah... these guys are funny. I was really hoping to find out that they had made more flicks, but was unable to find anything... I really hope they didn't fall off... with a bit of seasoning and a little bit of backing, I could see these guys being in the same league as the Farrelly brothers.

What is with the guy sleeping in all the scenes? He keeps popping up... and the mascot plot is great!!

Keep going guys... make more! I have to admit that I laughed quite a bit... more than I expected to.

Call me a fan! :)


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