National Lampoon's Animal House
Secret Probation Edition
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One of the most popular movie comedies of all time is also the film that made John Belushi a star. This raunchy, screwball comedy directed with madcap zest by John Landis offers a relentless spoof of 1960s college life by following the hilarious adventures of the Delta fraternity. In addition to Belushi as Bluto Blutarsky, the outstanding cast includes Tim Matheson, Tom Hulce, Stephen "Flounder" Furst, Karen Allen, Donald Sutherland, Peter Riegert, and Kevin Bacon, along with Otis Day and the Knights with their show-stopping performance of "Shout."
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This movie is a classic and a great way to share the college warnings with your kids without using your own stories!
Can we dance with your dates? "Yea so let the big guys dance with your date or don't go places where you don't have backup"
Mr Blucowski--- zero point zero. "Go to class everyday"
That's ok, I am only 13 - "not every girl that is around campus is campus aged. Ask."
"You know what this means---road trip!" - not all events call for a road trip. Especially bad grades.
"Remember - it's a movie. Not a drinking game"
Many would argue that the best Belushi film was The Blues Brothers, but Animal House will always be my favorite. It's true that Belushi doesn't have much dialogue, but his outrageous facial expressions and slapstick antics make his performance a classic. I've read that some of his scenes were improvised, with the director's blessings.
With a fine ensemble cast and a great 60s sound track, Animal House is certainly one of the funniest films of the 1970s, if not all-time.
The quintessential college movie, apologies to Rodney Dangerfield.