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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. In their new environment, the men relinquish their frat mentality and realize how hurtful they have been to women over the years. When their less-than-stunning female forms earn them an invite to a "dog catcher" party at their old frat, they decide to brave the harassment so they can grab the rest of their belongings from the house and make a clean break. Written by
Sujit R. Varma
'Michael Rosenbaum' wore a wig throughout the film, as his television role on Smallville (2001) required him to keep a bald head. Rosenbaum said that if he was going to wear a wig, he wanted it to be a bad one, thus the ugly hair Adam sports in this movie. See more »
When Adam tries to seduce Jimmy in his room and begins screaming for Dave's help, the shot is from outside looking in through a seemingly broken window. However, when we see the inside of the room, the windows are intact. They're only broken after Jimmy is thrown out of them, not before. See more »
[while contemplating how to get back the money stolen from the house safe]
Though I hardly think this is the appropriate time to ask, but what about the tape?
The tape of Adam humpin' the Tri Pis, man.
[Adam looks up in surprise]
Doofer, what are you saying?
[cuts to a flashback, Doofer narrates. Doofer stumbles into his room, drunk]
I had just gotten done studying for some school when I notice that Adam's speaker was tipped over
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During the end credits, various publicity photos of the guys are shown in drag. See more »
I have read a few other reviews for SORORITY BOYS in which the reviewer states that the movie is horribly written, cheesy acting, lame gags, etc... My only response to those comments is, "What were you expecting?" A moving piece of great proportions, likely to be nominated for 10 Oscars???
This movie is nothing more than an attempt to make some money off of those who are fans of "teen sex romps." Those who walked into this movie expecting a sophisticated film, you missed the point!!! This movie is about cross-dressing guys, it's supposed to be cheesy and lame; and that is what makes it so funny.
If taken at face value and appreciate it for what it is worth, SORORITY BOYS is a laugh riot. It is a usual sec comedy, but it is funny and clever at some times. While it is definitely not the milestone movie for the 2002 year, it is funny and worth the time (if you like these types of movies).
Lesson Learned: Do not go see "teen" movies expecting to be moved, these movies are made for one reason and that is to make money off an audience. For some good laughs, SORORITY BOYS rates a 6/10.
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