Three friends who head the Social Committee in a frat house, called KOK (Kappa Omicron Kappa), are charged with stealing money their fraternity has been saving for a cocktail cruise at the end of the semester, the one that guarantees them a spot at a very high paying company.
- Stars:Barry Watson, Michael Rosenbaum, Harland Williams, Melissa Sagemiller, Tony Denman, Brad Beyer, Kathryn Stockwood, Heather Matarazzo, Yvonne Sciò, Kerri Higuchi, Dublin James, Omar Benson Miller, Mike Beaver, Rich Ronat, Brian Gross,
- Director:Wallace Wolodarsky,
- Writer:Joe Jarvis, Greg Coolidge
After three rowdy guys get booted from their frat house, they dress up as women and pledge the "ugly girl" sorority, where they figure they'll blend right in. They then get a better understanding of women when they walk a mile in their high-heeled shoes. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Sorority Boys torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: Absolutely superb. Very funny, with some very sad moments. Wouldn't watch with anyone under 12 otherwise you'll have some difficult explaining to do.
(de) wrote: This movie looks sooo funny
(ru) wrote: The movie is based on testimonies of Arabs who live in Jenin and have experienced, in what they claim: A Massacre. Set in the ruins of the battle that took place there, a picture of miserable life is painted by Mohammed Bakri, using provocative editing, almost like a holocaust film.As a documentary, the movie fails, as its plot is twisted out ofreality, therefore, it is regarded as a personal film and not as a Documentary.As a film, the movie is quite repetitive and boring. Same interviewees repeating on describing their misery, rather than using visuals of some action to demonstrate what happened in Jenin.I would recommend to pass on this film, as it is a waste of time.Watching the world news can help you understand the condition of the Palastinians better than this film.4 out of 10.
(br) wrote: Catherine Breillat's startlingly original film about female sexuality. she gives us a man and a woman engaged in a bruising slugfest hinged to sexual difference. it's also one of the most groundbreaking films in recent memory in terms of both the explicitness of its sexuality and its commitment to such an austere intellectual discourse. No wonder Rocco looks so shell-shocked: this is sex not as comedy, but as the deepest, darkest male nightmare.
(it) wrote: A Very good film for young audiences! I loved watching it with my kids, now I got it for my grandkids!
(de) wrote: The acting isn't great but it's still the best in the series by far.
(kr) wrote: The lasting memory of this film is pretty much this: Ellen DeGeneres's attempt at drama, plugged into a morosely cynical and unpleasant story centering around seemingly Happy-go-lucky realtor(Patricia Arquette) who has no qualms with multiple affairs and quite possibly murder. Perhaps this is merely my own tastes showing up here, but any film whose only real message(and also is the entire meat of the movie's humor) is basically "Don't trust anyone" is VERY difficult to like, either on a critical or emotional level.
(de) wrote: Stylish, maybe too stylish (but not in the same way as THE HUNGER) modern day take on vampires. Whatever happened to Galaxy Craze?
(kr) wrote: I told you. He ain't human.A group of trappers out in the wilderness are lead by an eccentric man named Zachary Bass. He lived a troubled life, out on his own, broke, and living off the land. He married once, but his wife died shortly after giving birth. He left his family life behind, including his daughter, and returned to the wilderness. While leading the trappers, Zach is mauled by a grizzly bear and left for dead, by the bear and the trappers. Zach nurses himself back to health and heads for revenge."It was god's will.""I never much agreed with god's will."Richard Sarafian, director of Vanishing Point (1971), Gangster Wars, Splendor in the Grass (1981), The Bear, Eye of the Tiger, and Street Justice, delivers Man in the Wilderness. The storyline for this picture is real clever and an interesting character portrayal. The settings are well done but I felt the film was a bit slow. The acting is very good and the cast includes John Huston, Richard Harris, Henry Wilcoxon, Percy Herbert, and James Doohan."He was about the only man I ever respected...ever feared."I DVR'd this picture because it was tied to one of my favorite Hollywood personalities, John Huston. He was an amazing director and an interesting character films. This film is no different where he played "Captain Henry." I did enjoy aspects of this film, especially the characters, but I felt the pace was a little off and this could have had more action. Also, the guy in the bear suit at the beginning was a bit much. Overall, this is just above average but not a must see."I'm going home."Grade: B-
(jp) wrote: "Encino Man" is sooooo 90's. It has everything that you would expect from a cheesy 90's comedy including various montages of a cavemen's antics in modern society (most stereotypically at an amusement park). We also get to see the caveman placed into a high school setting where he inevitably becomes popular, a museum where he sees his ancestors, and he even hijacks a car that ends up driving sideways, balanced on two wheels. And of course, no 90's high school film is complete without a prom scene. It subscribes to the dumb comedy formula established by "Wayne's World" but lacks the creativity and originality of its predecessors. Imagine the classic mall sequence from "Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure" for 90-minutes with only one character. The 33-day shooting schedule shows through hastily shot scenes and a lack of acting finesse. If you think that Brendan Fraser is overly slapstick as George of the Jungle, you haven't seen anything until you've seen him acting like a caveman that can barely speak a word. One of the biggest issues that people have with the film is Pauly Shore. I actually don't mind him since the majority of the film matches his signature airheadedness. It's amazing that people see his films and just accept his personality as typical of the 90's. More than anything, it helps me to better appreciate Shore's character in "A Goofy Movie." Sean Astin makes an okay protagonist but the real standout is Megan Ward as she makes "Robyn" into a genuinely likable character, something that is difficult to find in this story. "Encino Man" serves as evidence that an entire generation just accepted films comprised of random sequential montages and dance sequences loosely tied together by a plot. If you want to see an entertaining brainless comedy, stick to "Bill and Ted" or "Billy Madison."
(de) wrote: Slevin offers fleshed out characters, snappy dialogue, and great direction. Yet, the film is also messy, overlong, uneven. Grade: B-
(fr) wrote: 1/30/2016: Just ok. There were a few funny moments, but not a lot.
(mx) wrote: One of the worst movies I've ever seen
(mx) wrote: a hodgepodge of horror, comedy and indie-ness.