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regular comedy film; the film is basically a university fraternity against another; humor is clueless; the impression it gives is that the director said: do what you want and we're going to film all right?
you will laugh in some moments others will not; if you want clueless nonsense, politically incorrect you'll like
The best movie with an all star cast to close out the 1970's. John "Bluto"Belushi at his best live like a pig self. Filmed at Oregon University. Great music great time to be in college. The dead horse in the dean's office was classic. Animal House 4 ever!
Some of its performances still work but it is aging terribly.
It's a different film to watch now and maybe other Gen-Xers feel the same way.
It's nostalgic in that it doesn't remind me of what went on in the movie, but it does hearken back memories of what life was like during the times we watched the movie -- over and over.
Those were happy times and this movie is a great memory of those times.
The greatest comedy of all time. Great script. Perfect collection of funny actors and just some of the classic movie lines in cinema history. All my friends still quote numerous lines from this movie. Time for a food fight....
90% of the jokes fell flat completely
After a bit of a silly slow beginning the second half really ramps up with raunchy crazy fun with some laughs thrown in.
Just all the excessive craziness and hilarious situations you would expect from Belushi's golden years
I like Landis and Belushi. But I was expecting to like this film more. Perhaps I cant relate to the humour of this film much. I get it. It's just. I've never really found it that funny. I'm not from that type of American University frat boy culture. It's just not my scene
All in all,
While the low comedy is undeniably effective, the film leaves behind a bad taste of snobbery and petty meanness.
I can reccomend it, but you may find its potential limited depending on your background of humour.
"Toga, toga, toga, toga!"
An absolute classic. One of those movies everyone needs to see at least once, probably more.