, 1h45 Directed bySteve Rash OriginUSA GenresDrama ThemesSports films ActorsBrandon Routh, Chelsea Ricketts, Gil Birmingham, Crystal Allen Rating60% A mixed-blood Native American, Joe Logan is eager to modernize his reservation's casino by expanding on the land of his ancestors, but first he must prove himself to his father, the traditionalist Tribal Chairman. The Chairman will only grant Joe's request on the condition that he meets his challenge - coaching the reservation's struggling high school lacrosse team, which competes against the better equipped and better trained players of the Prep School league. Joe reluctantly accepts, only to soon realize the challenge will require a leadership he had forfeited years ago as a star lacrosse player. Lost on how to reach his players, Joe finds that the answer lies deep in the traditional cultural heritage of the sport. Gaining the respect of his team, Joe helps them restore pride and return the game of lacrosse to their people.
, 1h35 Directed bySteve Rash OriginUSA GenresComedy ThemesFilms about sexuality, Transport films, Erotic films, Road movies ActorsPreston Jones, Julianna Guill, DJ Qualls, Danny Pudi, Daniel Newman, Daniel Newman (acteur britannique) Rating49% Andy (Preston Jones) is egged on by his best friends to stop worrying so much about his girlfriend, Katy Hartman (Julianna Guill), back-home and start enjoying college life to the fullest. While enjoying his life, he remembers Jenna, an old girlfriend from home who is now a beer pong model and becomes infatuated with her. Andy and his friends decide to hit the road chasing Jenna and her model friends to compete in a beer pong tournament, but their plans get complicated when Katy decides to transfer to his university so she can be closer to him. They call on a son of a rich despot, Arash (Danny Pudi), who hopes to get him to sponsor their road trip but instead are taken into custody by the CIA, who interrogate them and dump them in Bethesda. They steal a taxi and continue their journey, but make a pit stop in family run strip clip, only to run afoul of a gang of bikers. Short of cash, they pick up a hitchhiker hoping she will pay for a ride. Instead, she holds up a convenience store and steals the taxi.
, 1h34 Directed bySteve Rash OriginUSA GenresComedy, Romance ThemesFilms about sexuality, Transport films, Erotic films, Road movies ActorsTad Hilgenbrink, Arielle Kebbel, Eugene Levy, Matt Barr, Jun Hee Lee, Angela Little Rating51% Matt Stifler, the younger brother of Steve Stifler, is eager to enter the family business of making porn films so he can prove himself to his older brother. After Matt plays a prank on the school band, the school's guidance counselor Chuck "The Sherminator" Sherman, who attended high school with Steve, decides that a worthwhile punishment would be for Matt to attend band camp. Matt is initially disgruntled by the idea but soon agrees to it, interested in the notorious sexual behavior of band camp girls (citing Jim's marriage and sex life with Michelle as an example).
, 1h33 Directed bySteve Rash OriginUSA GenresComedy, Romantic comedy, Romance ActorsCharlie Sheen, Angie Harmon, Denise Richards, Jon Lovitz, Rosanna Arquette, Meredith Salenger Rating61% Charlie Sheen plays Ryan Turner, a hotshot broker living an upscale life in New York City with his shallow girlfriend Cindy Styne (Denise Richards). One morning, he is playing golf with the owner of one of the biggest newspaper publishers of New York. He tells Ryan of a huge merger between his company, Simpson Inc., and a large drug corporation. Ryan, ecstatic that this could be his big break, calls all his clients and informs them of the huge deal that is going to happen and they all place large amounts of money into the merger. However, the next day, Simpson reveals that there is not going to be a merger. Ryan loses most of his own, and much of his clients' money in light of the news. He storms over to Simpson's office, and Simpson tells Ryan that he personally screwed him over because Ryan was sleeping with his wife. Ryan, now near bankrupt, sells his possessions and moves in with his girlfriend, Cindy. Ryan tries to get another job at another brokerage, but his license is revoked. Devastated, he loafs around, until Cindy tells him that she is leaving for Brazil with another man.
, 1h29 Directed bySteve Rash GenresComedy ActorsJamie Foxx, Nia Long, Barry Corbin, John Cullum, Roselyn Sánchez, Sarah Paulson Rating51% While on a road trip in the Southwest, Rae (Long) discovers that her man, Michael (Foxx), spent the $15,000 they set aside for a home on a vintage Studebaker. Rae promptly dumps Michael at a convenience store and hops a ride to the airport. Soon after, Michael loses the car when a young kid cons him out of the keys.
, 1h35 Directed bySteve Rash OriginUSA GenresDrama, Comedy, Romantic comedy, Romance ActorsCarla Gugino, Pauly Shore, Lane Smith, Cindy Pickett, Tiffani Thiessen, Mason Adams Rating57% Rebecca Warner moves from her small farm town in South Dakota to attend college in Los Angeles at UCLA. On her first day, she and her parents Walter and Connie meet Crawl; the resident advisor of Becca's coed dormitory. After they leave, the clash of cultures drives Becca into seriously considering returning home, but Crawl advises her to give it a chance and she soon begins to acclimate; cutting and dyeing her hair, dressing in a more Californian manner, and even getting a tattoo of a butterfly on her ankle. When Thanksgiving break approaches, Becca realizes that Crawl has nowhere to go, and she invites him to visit her family.
, 1h34 Directed bySteve Rash OriginUSA GenresDrama, Comedy, Romantic comedy, Romance ThemesL'adolescence, Films about children, Teen movie ActorsPatrick Dempsey, Amanda Peterson, Courtney Gains, Tina Caspary, Seth Green, Max Perlich Rating67% Ronald Miller (Dempsey) is a typical high school nerd living in Arizona. He has spent all summer mowing lawns to save up for a telescope. However, at an opportune moment he makes a deal with popular cheerleader Cynthia "Cindy" Mancini (Peterson) to "rent" her for $1,000. Cindy borrows a suede outfit that belongs to her mother, without her permission, and needs to replace it quickly after Quint (Cort McGown) accidentally spills red wine on Cindy at a party. Having few options except telling her Mom the truth, she reluctantly agrees to help him look "cool" by pretending to be his girlfriend for a month, even though she already has a boyfriend named Bobby who is away at his freshman year at the University of Iowa. Both agree never to reveal their financial arrangement.