A message circulates from mobile phone to mobile phone. A bunch of strangers meet in a mansion. They come searching for sex, but never has an orgy been so full of love.
From National Lampoon, the masters of raunchy comedy, comes a summer tale of beers, babes, and bros! In the surf town of Ventura, California, JD's surf board is stolen by a surfer from Los Angeles...a crime that cannot go unpunished. Gathering his friends and the local surf hero, Mike Mooney, they take a road trip to LA to get the surfboard back, then return to Ventura for the wildest summer party ever!
In the probing documentary "Party Monster," DJ Fingablast investigates what became of his childhood hero, DJ Slizzard.
Sunny, bright summer day in Vukovar. It is almost impossible to believe that the brightness and joy can be easily interrupted, enjoying and living a day like that.
Party is a multi-starrer Indian film in Tamil language, written and directed by Venkat Prabhu.
Courtney, the sister of a survivor from the 1st movie and the members of her rock band go to a condo for the weekend to play music and have fun with their boyfriends. Courtney's dreams are of her sister, who is in a mental institution, warning her of having sex, and the dreams begin to spill into real life, threatening Courtney and her friends as they begin experiencing an attrition problem.
A comedy film with a commentary on contemporary corporations, their style of functioning, the people who make them, their idiosyncrasies, and finally a message that there is no such thing as a free lunch.
As their first year of high school looms ahead, best friends Julie, Hannah, Yancy and Farrah have one last summer sleepover. Little do they know they're about to embark on the adventure of a lifetime. Desperate to shed their nerdy status, they take part in a night-long scavenger hunt that pits them against their popular archrivals. Everything under the sun goes on -- from taking Yancy's father's car to sneaking into nightclubs!
A youth group is preparing for what will be the summer of their life, including secrets, lies, sex, confusion, evenings and holidays.
Young, up-and-coming photographer, Lana, begrudgingly attends the party of a pretentious and cool gallery owner in the hopes of meeting a respected dealer who may hold the key to her success. Quickly finds that the attendees of the party are more style than substance and her friend, the host, isn't at all what she seems.
A group of friends plan an intervention to help their pal address his drinking problem. Things go awry when the shrink they hired fails to show up
Three sorority pledges are tasked with ensuring that the gals of Sigma Alpha Pi throw a killer party at an abandoned fraternity house. Unfortunately a vengeful spirit decides to take the killer epithet literally. With a special appearance by '80s hair metal titans White Sister!
Bookish and unpopular Mandy finds her luck finally changing when Drew, the school hottie, invites her to the year's biggest party. But with being grounded and Drew's ex-girlfriend bent on thwarting her, Mandy may be destined to remain a geek. Can a little ingenuity and some help from her friends save the day?
Ron Simmons (Josh Cooke) is ready to settle down and get married, but first, he must survive his out-of-control bachelor party. With his best buds shoving booze, women and more booze in his face.Stripper fights, a sex addicts' convention and a suddenly-coed shake-your-booty competition all lead to solid laughs in this outrageous sequel to the 1984 comedy hit Bachelor Party.
Although Mary has little income, she still finds ways to spend her nights at clubs. After being arrested for throwing an illegal rave, she asks her aunt Judy for bail money. Judy then finds Mary a job at her library so that Mary can repay her. Initially, Mary finds the job as a clerk boring and stifling, and prefers to get to know a street food vendor whom she likes. However, Mary must refocus her life once she loses her job and apartment.
Anthropology Professor Robert Orwell Sutwell and his secretary Marianne are studying the sex habits of teenagers. The surfing teens led by Frankie and Dee Dee don't have much sex but they sing, battle the motorcycle rats and mice led by Eric Von Zipper and dance to Dick Dale and the Del Tones.
A Martian teenager sent to prepare for an invasion falls in love with an Earth girl.
While celebrating their reconciliation and six years of marriage, the American actress Sally Nash (Jennifer Jason Leigh) and the British novelist Joe Therrian (Alan Cumming) receive their close friends, some colleagues and their next door neighbors in a party. Under the effect of Ecstasy, revelations are disclosed and relationships deteriorate among the group.
In the wake of two back-to-back mass murders on Chico's frat row, loner Brent Chirino must infiltrate the ranks of a popular fraternity to investigate his twin brother's murder at the hands of the serial killer known as "Motherface."
Florence Foresti is offered Bercy tribute to artist she loves: itself. A show at its disproportion (1m60) with: Unpublished sketches (not yet written) New characters (and old) Live parodies (and video, it is less tiring) Choreography with chicks (but not too good anyway) And Guests (if they come).
Saturday Party was an Australian television variety series which aired on Melbourne station ABV-2 in 1959, running from February to August. The series aired in a 45-minute time-slot. Compered by Bob Cornish and often a co-host such as Jocelyn Terry or Corinne Kerby, regulars included the Mamie Reid Ensemble. People who made guest appearances during the run of the series included pianist John Doyle, singer Pat Grierson, singer Ken Brown, singer Judy Banks, singer Frankie Davidson, singer Heather Horwood, the Victorian Trumpet Trio, comedian Lloyd Cunnington, accordion player Alan Paul, soprano Joy Mammen, comedy duo Wilson and Carr, accordion player Lorraine Bransgrove, singer Joy Grisold, singer Graeme Bent, baritone Bill Tichner, singer Lee de Coney, dancers Max Bond and Norma Connolly, magician Rids can der Zee, singer Eunice McGowan, singer Max Blake, Don Snibert, acrobatic team Duo Sylvanos, singer Joan Clarke, singer Irene Hewitt, magician Caffarl, and rope spinner Tex Granville.
Street Party was a music video program on MTV that aired Friday nights between the years 1989 and 1992. A companion show to Club MTV, Street Party aired dance videos. Unlike other genre shows like Headbangers Ball and 120 Minutes, Street Party was more of a video block that's length changed each week from 2 to 4 to even once 24 hours. VJ segments are reported to have been taped on the Club MTV set. In 1992, MTV lost interest in dance music and cancelled both Club MTV and Street Party, as well as removing dance videos from general rotation both on MTV and VH1.
Food Party is an American television series that airs on the Independent Film Channel in the United States. The show is a pseudo-reality cooking show filmed on an elaborate, technicolored cardboard kitchen set. Each episode features multi-course, out-of-this-world gourmet meals cooked up by hostess Thu Tran and a cast of colorful puppets for arriving "celebrity" guests. The show was originally produced and filmed in Cleveland for two web series based episodes, and later relocated to Brooklyn for the final web series episodes and six IFC produced shows. In October 2010 Thu Tran announced that the show was not picked up by IFC for a third season.
TV Party was a public-access television cable TV show in New York City that ran from 1978 to 1982. Glenn O'Brien was the host. Chris Stein, the co-founder of the pop band Blondie, was the co-host and Walter "Doc" Steding was the leader of the TV Party orchestra. Amos Poe was the director. Guests included Mick Jones, David Byrne, Debbie Harry, James Chance and Jean-Michel Basquiat. Brink Films has re-released some of the best of the 80 plus episodes on DVD, as well as a documentary about the TV show.
Party Game was a Canadian television game show in the 1970s, produced by Hamilton independent station CHCH-TV from 1970 to 1981. It aired throughout Canada in syndication, broadcast on 32 stations at its peak. Hosted by Bill Walker, the show featured two teams of three players in a charades competition. The Challenger Team was composed of a contestant joined with two guest star players who appeared either for a single day or for the whole week, while the Home Team consisted of series regulars Jack Duffy, Dinah Christie and Billy Van. Using game play similar to the American game show Pantomime Quiz, answers were usually jokes or complex phrases based around a pun or some other form of word play. Viewers at home were also invited to send their own joke or phrase, which if used, could win them a small prize. Party Game was produced by Riff Markowitz, the executive producer and star of The Randy Dandy Show and executive producer of The Hilarious House of Frightenstein. It was taped in a double suite at the Windsor Arms Hotel in Toronto. The set was a simple living room type with couches and a few wall pictures and pieces. The voice-over announcer who announced each charade was credited as "Gardiner Westbound", an obvious nod to a stretch of the Gardiner Expressway in Downtown Toronto, but was actually producer Markowitz.
At night Mary is a party girl and by day she works at the New York Public Library with her godmother.
Party Wagon is an animated television movie created by animator Craig Bartlett for Cartoon Network. It was made to be a pilot for an animated series that Bartlett was making for Cartoon Network after he left Nickelodeon. However, the series was later scrapped. Little information of this series exists on the internet for this movie.
Party Zone was MTV Europe's longest-running show, born not only when MTV Europe started but also when club culture was at its embryonic stage. Partyzone played a mix of new and old tracks from many different genres of dance music, including garage, house, techno, electronic, trance and drum and bass. It can be seen every Friday and Saturday night on the various European local MTV versions, alongside the original MTV European, which still goes out to European countries that don't have a local MTV. From 1987 - 2000, Party Zone was produced and programmed by James Hyman. Between 1987 and 1990, Party Zone was hosted by some of MTV Europe's original VJs including Kristiane Backer. From 1991 to late 1998, it was hosted by Simone Angel, who quickly became the "face" of dance music on the channel, interviewing the most groundbreaking electronic acts and promoting videos by then still relatively unknown acts, such as The Prodigy in the early '90s. Party Zone featured many rare interviews over the years, including one with Aphex Twin, The Future Sound of London, Ken Ishii. Even after Simone Angel left MTV Europe in December 1998, the Party Zone continued to air as a weekly non-stop dance music mix on MTV Europe and on the then newly created local versions.
Kittie Party is a Hindi television serial that aired on Zee TV. The story is based on the lives of 8 women who get together in a function called 'Kittie Party' where they gossip, reveal their emotional & psychological self-expressions, and share secrets amidst friends. The series premiered on August 19, 2002, and is produced by Manish Goswami of Siddhant Cinevision. The show re-aired on Zee Next.
Talent Party was a Southern teen dance TV program that aired between 1964 and 1973 featuring many of the popular artists in Rhythm and blues, rock and pop music of the day. The off-shoot of Dance Party, it began airing on WHBQ-TV which had already produced several local programs featuring Memphis personalities. Hosted by disc jockey George Klein, Talent Party was hugely successful, giving many garage bands their first television appearances.
Cartoon Party is a Canadian children's television series which aired on CBC Television from 1959 to 1962.
Pajama Party was an American talk show broadcast in 2000 and hosted by Katie Puckrik. The series was an American remake of the British television series Pyjama Party also created by Puckrik which she hosted in 1996.