Sorority Wars (2009)
Sorority Wars (2009)
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Class is in session, the "rush" is on, and it's time to pick a sorority house. This should be easy for college freshman Katie Snow (Lucy Hale), who agrees to pledge to a popular sorority which was co-founded decades ago by her mother, Lutie (Courtney Thorne-Smith) and Lutie's best friend, Summer (Faith Ford). But when Katie meets the snobby Delta girls, known for their wild parties and hot boyfriends, she begins to have second thoughts. Events occur during pledge week to cause a rift between Katie and the Deltas, and she finds herself at the center of their "dirty rush" scandal. The sorority gets stripped of its upcoming formal when Katy snitches on them, and she becomes the target of the Deltas' vengeance - and her mother's disappointment - when she shocks her friends and family by pledging their rivals, the Kappas. Soon, a full-fledged sorority war breaks out on campus, and the rivalry splits not just Katie and Lutie, but extends all the way into the Delta alumnae association led by Lutie and Summer culminating in a fight-to-the-finish competition that leaves only one question: Who will come out on top?
Predictable, but cute.
I actually thought this movie was alright. I didn't expect this movie to be good either because I was just utterly annoyed with Lucy Hale's role from the Pretty Little Liars, but I really liked her role in this movie. I've never joined the Sorority Girls so I don't know what it feels like, but I liked the part that the main girl chose to join what she feels for and wants to stand for. This movie is like inspirational as in advice to every students that were bullied in school. The idea of not revenging to do stupid stuff of what a bully would do, but do something better like for instance winning the competition, work hard! I thought this movie was giving out messages, that there will always be hope if you just work hard for what you stand for and believe that things will get better by choosing the right friends.
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