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For the person who said it focussed on the commercial woman and perfect movie. Did we watch the same movie. HELLO these guys saw it from a girls POV and hell even STATED at the end that they learned more in a week of being DOGS then they had 4 years in the KOK house. Real offensive there......NOT
What this movie is, is something light and comedic that you can sit back and enjoy. The comedy is crude at times but well done, from the play on relationships to a dildo fencing match.
As I said, you'll either love it or hate it. If you're the type of person who has to think about any movie you see, you should probably move on to a movie that takes itself more seriously, because this one does nothing of the sort. If you're looking for Animal House, try searching under "Animal House". Just a suggestion.
Beyond the mere comedy of the movie, they do actually have some messages hidden underneath, and we're not talking boxers or briefs. It's a common theme about gender perceptions, peer pressure and self-esteem. So maybe there's something to think about after all.
This teenage "coming of age" movie makes use of all the expected components of life on a college campus; all-night parties, lots of beer and grass, hot and loose young women and a storyline sprinkled with just enough hints of a redeeming subplot to make the audience feel like they're watching something meaningful.
Add to the mix three frat guys dressed up like girls who receive a rude awakening when they experience how the "other half" live and you've got `Sorority Boys' in a nutshell.
My Rating: I'm embarrassed to admit it but yes, I enjoyed the movie; -3 ½ Stars-.
In an unnamed university campus somewhere in America, there is a fraternity called Kappa Omicron Kappa ("KOK" - yes, we all get the joke) filled with rejects from Animal House. They hold wild parties where they invite the beautiful girls from the Tri Pi sorority. Any girl caught sleeping with stud jock Adam (Michael Rosenbaum) gets to do the Walk Of Shame the next day where she gets jeered by frat brothers lining up on the corridor outside Adam's room and her photograph taken for posterity. Ugly girls are not allowed, and there are special teams of "dog catchers" to roust them out.
Needless to say, all is not well. Adam and his roommates Dave (Barry Watson) - the "smart" one - and Doofer (Harland Williams) - the big and dumb one - are accused of pilfering the frat funds and are expelled from KOK by the snivelling president Spence (Brad Beyer) - who has a weird voice and pompadour hairstyle to give us a hint that he's going to be the bad guy.
The boys are in trouble, for if they don't belong in the fraternity, then they won't be able to attend the annual Cocktail Cruise where they get to mingle with ex-frat members (in most cases their parents) who have graduated and have since become industry power figures. And if they don't attend the cruise they won't have the opportunity to secure plum jobs using the Old Boys Network and they may be doomed to live lives of obscurity and poverty!Read more ›
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Real treat to get this movie. Enjoyed it as much when I first saw it. .arrived on time for Xmas..thank you.
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Very funny movie, hysterical and we laughed all the way through. Great comedy and family friendly. Loved it, thanks!Published 3 months ago by Linda Goodin