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Sorority Boys (2002)

R | | Comedy | 22 March 2002 (USA)
Three rowdy college students are kicked out of their dorm and dress up in drag to live in the DOG house, where the girls deemed unattractive live.

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After being falsely accused of stealing the budget for their annual cocktail cruise, three very different fraternity brothers are kicked out of their dorm. In order to clear their name and to secure their future careers, the three dress up in drag and pledge the sorority next door where they learn a few valuable - and hilarious - lessons about themselves and the female species.

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Look Closer (Not That Close) See more »

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Comedy

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Rated R for crude sexual content, nudity, strong language and some drug use | See all certifications »

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Dog Catcher  »

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$12,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend:

$4,127,903 (USA) (22 March 2002)

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$10,198,766 (USA) (14 June 2002)
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The poetry that Barry Watson's character quotes is Shakespeare's Sonnet 20, in which the object of the narrator's affection is sexually ambiguous. See more »

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After the boys are expelled from KOK by the "dogcatchers", Dave's wig falls off as he escapes from the net, yet is back on after the next shot. See more »

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Doofer: [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?
Adam: [sighs] What tape?
Doofer: The tape of Adam humpin' the Tri Pis, man.
[Adam looks up in surprise]
Dave: [turns around] Doofer, what are you saying?
Doofer: [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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After all the credits roll, there's another scene, the Tri Pis are still on the lifeboat. One of them has been eaten by the rest, who are eating her leg now. See more »

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References Animal House (1978) See more »

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Little Girl
Written by Bob Gonzalez and Don Baskin
Performed by The Syndicate of Sound (as Syndicate of Sound)
Courtesy of Arista Records Inc.
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I was pleasantly surprised!
5 April 2002 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

After reading several comments on Sorority Boys, I prepared myself for a really lame gross-out comedy with plenty of dick and fart jokes and a wide array of breasts. Fortunately I was very much wrong! While the movie does have a couple of moments that reminded me of There's Something About Mary and more than a couple boob shots, it was all done in good fun. I never once had the urge to look at my watch and found myself laughing out loud on more than one occasion. It was great to see how typical guys would react to being in a woman's shoes (physically and emotionally) and maybe learn a little something about how they should treat a woman in return. All in all, it was a feel-good comedy, and by the end of the movie you saw a lot of character development. I can't say that I have made a *completely* unbiased evaluation of the movie, because my main motivation for seeing it was a certain Sexy Lexy of televisions "Smallville", but all in all I found it well worth my six dollars and hour and a half. However, I don't recommend that *everyone* go see it. There are many people who are far too critical of movies and don't believe that they can be just for fun (you know who you are) but think they should have some deep philosophical meaning. If you're one of THOSE people don't go see this movie!! For those of you who can enjoy a movie at face value (and then some in this case) go check it out! And if you're interested in seeing adorable shots of the main cast in drag, stay for the credits!! I gave it a 9 out of 10.


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