Rags is a 2012 American musical romantic comedy film directed by Christian D. Lutz and starring Keke Palmer, Max Schneider, and Avan Jogia. The film is about a young woman named Danielle who dreams of becoming a fashion designer. She meets a young man named Charlie, who is the son of a famous fashion designer. The two fall in love, but their relationship is complicated by their different backgrounds. Danielle is a young woman from the wrong side of the tracks. She lives in a poor neighborhood with her mother and her younger sister. She dreams of becoming a fashion designer, but she knows that she will never be able to afford to go to fashion school. Charlie is the son of a famous fashion designer. He lives in a wealthy neighborhood with his father and his stepmother. He has everything he could ever want, but he is bored with his life. He feels like he is missing something, and he thinks that he might find it in Danielle. Danielle and Charlie meet at a fashion show. Danielle is working as an usher, and Charlie is there with his father. The two of them immediately hit it off. They start dating, and they quickly fall in love. Danielle's mother is not happy about her daughter's relationship with Charlie. She thinks that Charlie is using Danielle, and she doesn't want her daughter to get hurt. Danielle's mother tries to break up the relationship, but Danielle refuses to listen. Charlie's father is also not happy about his son's relationship with Danielle. He thinks that Danielle is not good enough for Charlie, and he doesn't want his son to get involved with her. Charlie's father tries to break up the relationship, but Charlie refuses to listen. Danielle and Charlie continue to date, despite the objections of their parents. They know that their relationship is forbidden, but they don't care. They are determined to be together. One day, Danielle's mother finds out that Danielle is sneaking out to see Charlie. She is furious, and she tells Danielle that she is not allowed to see him anymore. Danielle is heartbroken, but she knows that she has to obey her mother. Danielle and Charlie break up, and they go their separate ways. Danielle returns to her old life, and Charlie goes back to his. They both try to forget about each other, but they can't. They both know that they are meant to be together. One day, Danielle and Charlie meet again by chance. They are both surprised to see each other, but they are also happy. They realize that they can't live without each other, and they get back together. Danielle and Charlie's parents are still not happy about their relationship, but they eventually accept it. Danielle and Charlie get married, and they live happily ever after.

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Rags  (2012)

Musical/Drama/Comedy · 1h 28m

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Rags is a 2012 American musical romantic comedy film directed by Christian D. Lutz and starring Keke Palmer, Max Schneider, and Avan Jogia. The film is about a young woman named Danielle who dreams of becoming a fashion designer. She meets a young man named Charlie, who is the son of a famous fashion designer. The two fall in love, but their relationship is complicated by their different backgrounds. Danielle is a young woman from the wrong side of the tracks. She lives in a poor neighborhood with her mother and her younger sister. She dreams of becoming a fashion designer, but she knows that she will never be able to afford to go to fashion school. Charlie is the son of a famous fashion designer. He lives in a wealthy neighborhood with his father and his stepmother. He has everything he could ever want, but he is bored with his life. He feels like he is missing something, and he thinks that he might find it in Danielle. Danielle and Charlie meet at a fashion show. Danielle is working as an usher, and Charlie is there with his father. The two of them immediately hit it off. They start dating, and they quickly fall in love. Danielle's mother is not happy about her daughter's relationship with Charlie. She thinks that Charlie is using Danielle, and she doesn't want her daughter to get hurt. Danielle's mother tries to break up the relationship, but Danielle refuses to listen. Charlie's father is also not happy about his son's relationship with Danielle. He thinks that Danielle is not good enough for Charlie, and he doesn't want his son to get involved with her. Charlie's father tries to break up the relationship, but Charlie refuses to listen. Danielle and Charlie continue to date, despite the objections of their parents. They know that their relationship is forbidden, but they don't care. They are determined to be together. One day, Danielle's mother finds out that Danielle is sneaking out to see Charlie. She is furious, and she tells Danielle that she is not allowed to see him anymore. Danielle is heartbroken, but she knows that she has to obey her mother. Danielle and Charlie break up, and they go their separate ways. Danielle returns to her old life, and Charlie goes back to his. They both try to forget about each other, but they can't. They both know that they are meant to be together. One day, Danielle and Charlie meet again by chance. They are both surprised to see each other, but they are also happy. They realize that they can't live without each other, and they get back together. Danielle and Charlie's parents are still not happy about their relationship, but they eventually accept it. Danielle and Charlie get married, and they live happily ever after.

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Status

Released

Languages

Danish, English

Country

United States

Production Company

Nickelodeon Movies
Cast
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Keke Palmer

Kadee Worth
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Max Schneider

Charlie Prince
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Isaiah Mustafa

Reginald Worth
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Avan Jogia

Finn
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Robert Moloney

Arthur
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Burkely Duffield

Lloyd
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Keenan Tracey

Andrew
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Devon Weigel

Irma
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Christina Sicoli

Martha
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Zak Santiago

Diego
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Drake Bell

Shawn
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Tracy Spiridakos

Sammi
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Carlena Britch

Tammy
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Terence Kelly

Troy
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Tom Pickett

Bernie
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Maggie Ma

Receptionist
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Daniel Bacon

Director
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Nick Cannon

Himself
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Janet Glassford

Lone Costumer
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Darcy Michael

Customer in Restroom
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Riel Hahn

Cop
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Michael Scholar Jr.

Paparazzi
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Revard Dufresne

Huge Doorman
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Niki Wipf

Teen Fan
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Luisa D'Oliveira

MTV VJ
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BJ Harrison

Woman on Bus
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Donavon Stinson

Singing Homeless Man
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Marc Silverman

Manager
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Leigh Lee

Dancing Prom Shop Costumer #1 (as Leigh Hillary-Lee)
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Dana Blankenberg

Karaoke Singer #1
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Umberto Celisano

Karaoke Singer #2
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Chantal Hunt

Masquerade Party Singer #1
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Onika Powell

Masquerade Party Singer #2
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Katherine Slack

Masquerade Party Singer #3
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Joel Ballard

Rags Auditioner #1
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Shane Symons

Rags Auditioner #2
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Dustin Schwartz

Rags Auditioner #3
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Reese Alexander

Rags Auditioner #4
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Jaime M. Callica

Music Video Dancer #1 (as Jaime Callica)
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Cara Hrdlitschka

Music Video Dancer #2
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Mackenzie Green

Masquerade Dancer (uncredited)
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Nathalie Heath

Masquerade Principal Dancer (uncredited)
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Daren A. Herbert

Customer (uncredited)
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Sasha Kozak

Dancer (uncredited)
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Austin Middleton

Young Charlie (uncredited)
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Jennifer Oleksiuk

Masquerade dancer #28 (uncredited)
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Michel Issa Rubio

Principal Dancer (uncredited)
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Olivia Ryan Stern

Pretty Girl (uncredited)
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Morgan Tanner

Dancer (uncredited)
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Travis Turner

Rapper (uncredited)
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Felipe Viana

MTV Cameraman (uncredited)
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Teya Wild

Masquerade Dancer (Finale) (uncredited)
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Rhys Williams

Domino (uncredited)
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Tyrell Witherspoon

Masquerade Dancer (uncredited)
Crew
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Bille Woodruff

Director
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Jason Fuchs

Writer
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Hilary Galanoy

Writer
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Elizabeth Hackett

Writer
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