A Night at the Roxbury

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Paramount Pictures Released 1998

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Director:
John Fortenberry
Released:
1998
Rating:
PG-13

It seems like Steve and Doug Butabi will never be cool enough to make the Roxbury club's guest list. That is, until they have a fender bender with their role model, club regular Richard Grieco. Eager to avoid litigation, Grieco befriends the starstruck pair and escorts them into a glittery world they once only dreamed about. Score! No longer will the hapless Butabis be A-club people leading B-club lives...maybe.

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  • 60

    Variety Dennis Harvey

    The track record of SNL-drawn movies is dire ("It's Pat," "Stuart Saves His Family," "Blues Brothers 2000"), and this one stands just a peg higher, as an amiable, if flyweight, di-...

  • 50

    Los Angeles Times Gene Seymour

    Kattan and Ferrell do their best to fill out the shallow Butabis.

  • 40

    The New York Times

    A lot like the brothers themselves: undeniably pathetic but strangely lovable. Still, do you really want to spend an hour and a half with them in a dark room?

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    • Production Budget - $17,000,000
      Domestic Gross - $30,331,165 (63rd)

      Domestic Adjusted for 2013 - $52,772,347

    • Other production companies:
      SNL Studios

    • Filming locations include:
      Beverly Hills, California
      West Hollywood, California
      Encino, Los Angeles, California
      Los Angeles, California
      Hollywood, Los Angeles, California

    • Taglines:
      Score!

    • Music:
      What is Love
      Written by Dee Dee Halligan and Junior Torello
      Performed by Haddaway
      Bamboogie
      Written byharry Casey and Richard Finch
      Performed by Bamboo
      Pop Muzik
      Written by Robin Scott
      Performed by3rd Party
      Where Do You Go
      Written by Franz Reuther and Peter Bischof-Fallenstein
      Performed by No Mercy
      Beautiful Life
      Written by John Ballard and Jones Berggren
      Performed by Ace of Base
      That Old Black Magic
      Written by Harold Arlen and Johnny Mercer
      Performed by The Chuckie Cahn Orchestra
      Stayin' Alive
      Written and performed by The Bee Gees
      Brandy (You're a Fine Girl)
      Written by Elliot Lurie
      Performed by The Chuckie Cahn Orchestra
      Da Ya Think I'm Sexy
      Written by Rod Stewart and Carmine Appice
      Performed by N-Trance and Rod Stewart
      Where Everybody Knows Your Name
      Written by Gary Portnoy and Judy Hart Angelo
      Make that Money
      Written by Robert Clivilles and Manuela Kamosi
      Performed by Robi Rob's Club World
      Be My Lover
      Written by Gerd Saraf, Donald McCray, Melanie Thornton and Ulrich Brenner-Aheimer
      Performed by La Bouche
      This is You Night
      Written by Christian Beermann, Frank beermann, Marie-Claire Cremers and Gilbert Montagne
      Performed by Amber
      Everybody Come Around / Energy Bar
      Written and performed by V. Renn
      Disco Inferno
      Written by Leroy Green and Ron Kersey
      Performed by Cyndi Lauper
      Stella by Starlight
      Written by Ned Washington and Victor Young
      Lifting Me Higher
      Written and performed by Ray Dean
      Your Touch
      Written by Maureen Bailey and William Bryant II
      Performed by Karolyn Gandy and Kimbra Westervelt
      Buttons and Bows
      Written by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans
      Performed by Bruno Bertone Orchestra
      You're Everything I Want
      Written and perforemd bt Sandell and Watson
      Nightmare
      Written by Alberto Bertapelle
      Performed by Brainbug
      Everybody Hurts
      Written by Michael Stipe, Michael Mills, Peter Buck and William Berry
      Performed by R.E.M
      Careless Whisper
      Written by George Michael and Andrew Ridgeley
      Performed by Tamia
      Cocktails for Two
      Written by Arthur Johnson and Sam Coslow
      He Ain't Heavy... He' s My Brother / Thanks For the Memory
      Written by Bob Russell and Bobby Scott
      Wedding March
      Written by R. Wagner
      A Little Bit of Ecstasy
      Written by Glenn Gutierrez
      Performed by Jocelyn Enriquez
      Insomnia
      Written by Rollo Armstrong, Ayalah Bentovim and Max Fraser
      Performed by Faithless
      Secret Garden
      Written and performed by Bruce Springsteen

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