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2008: Three high school guys (a nice guy, a nerd, and an overweight dude) go to a college over a weekend to experience the life. They run into a group of fraternity guys who delight in hazing the high schoolers in various acts of raunchiness and disgust. The high schoolers end up getting the revenge on the fraternity guys. This movie seems to have ripped off several other movies, including "Animal House" and "Revenge of the Nerds". In addition, the activity is beyond mean-spirited (even between the high school guys), and the raunchiness is over the top. Can't recommend it.
Stars: Drake Bell, Kevin Covais, Andrew Caldwell, Nick Zano, and Gary Owen.
Possibly the worst comedy of the decade and one of the worst of all-time. It's boring, unfunny and just downright dreadful.
i dont care what people think, but i really like it..:P
Extremely entertaining and very funny
The Geek who wanna be The Frat
Poor excuse of a college comedy that's unusually colder, duller, and more offensive than the genre typically is, but it offers no wit or laughs in order to redeem that lack of quality.
This movie is so shallow it makes Superbad come across as Citizen Kane. Stale dialogue. One likable character (Morris) with NO development turned any plot to be salvaged to the garbage disposal. It infuriates me knowing I can make a film with superior quality for literally less than 1/100 the price. Everyone should watch this movie before they apply to film school; and learn how to make cinematography, lighting, sound, dialogue, and acting performances meaningful before they shit money down the toilet.
'American Pie' - like 'Star Wars' - is a double edged sword. On the one hand, it's a great movie, one that people remember and probably will always remember. On the other hand, it has spawned hyperemetic, vomit inducing, iniquitous copy cats, like a little film called 'College'. In the words of one of the characters from the film: "College fucking blows."
The story, or lack of, is about 3 high school boys, Kevin(Drake Bell - from that tween show on Nickalodeon), Carter(Andrew Caldwell), and Morris(Kevin Covais - his feature debut - oooohhh)who decide to go to college for the weekend in order to play like the big boys. They get there, and of course, the 2 year difference between them and the college kids deems that they be unusually short and scrawny, while the college guys are tall and muscular. Well, one of the fraternities allows the boys to stay in their dank basement so that they can play horrible tricks and pranks on them.
Well, if you thought 'American Pie' was offensive, wait till you see(or hopefully don't see) Carter drinking alcohol that's being poured from a man's hairy butt crack. Offensive material in movies can work one of three ways: 1 - disturbia 2 - humor 3 - porn. 'College' is porn with an incoherent plot, useless characters and endless gimmicks designed solely around the fact that the filmmakers just want to show the audience giant, fake hooters and endless sex. And more sex. And more sex. And more masturbation. If there's a film out there that's more of an exploitation flick, I haven't seen it. Not even 'Porky's' stoops to the level of indecency that this movie so proudly exudes itself in.
By the end of it, the movie pretends to be a self discovery flick, where the characters realize that they don't need to drink and have sex all the time; they just need to exploit it to teenagers(who will see the film, despite it's 'R' rating - speaking of which, it should be 'NC-17' - and will, no doubt, be influenced by what happens on the screen). I hope teenagers are smarter than to be sucked in by the marketing ploy made by the producers for this nasty piece of work.
In short, this movie sucks ass. Literally.
Not as good as other college films but the only perk is seeing the other guy naked Cooper. If they didnt have the poo jokes I think it could have been better. I did like the homoerotic body shots of Bearcat that will tickle your rib cage
Typical male teen comedy about a bunch of guys trying to get laid, and figuring going to a college would be the best way to go about that. the story was predictable, but I will say that there were a few things thrown in that I didn't expect, but didn't necessarily want to see in the first place. There were also some funny parts that did make me laugh. Basically depending on your mood/sense of humour/maturity you may or may not like it. Pretty vague I know but there it is