Two college students find their friendship threatened by the introduction of a new girl.

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Two college students find their friendship threatened by the introduction of a new girl.

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Rated R for language and some sexuality
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14 February 2000 (USA)  »

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A low-budget college movie on the campus where I went to school.
17 October 2001 | by (Chicago, IL) – See all my reviews

If you are not from the Midwest (let alone Chicago), or didn't attend Northern Illinois University, or you are not enrolled in a university right now, you probably wouldn't understand the script of this film.

The actors/actresses overall do a fine job with the script, although you will catch some flaws along the way, but portraying Midwestern college kids they do not. The lines in the film are a bunch of cliche, one-liners, that would be difficult to understand for the average moviegoer. Some of the scenes get boring and can run rather long.

The story is basic, but it works. Two roommates, one girl, one dorky guy is enamored with her, the cool guy gets her. What's going to happen?!

The movie makes you kind of want to go back to college and stay there, but is it all believeable? You make the call.


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