MTV takes its cameras along for the ride as six pledges make the journey from rush to initiation into the sisterhood.




Credited cast:
Jessica Alvarez ...
Amber ...
 (Academic Chair, USC)
Audrey ...
 (Alumni Chair, USC)
Becca Ballon ...
Bola ...
 (Pledge, USC)
Carmen ...
 (Pledge, USC)
Casey ...
 (Sister, USC)
Cat ...
 (Historian, USC)
Danielle ...
 (Co-Historian, USC)
Leah Dansker ...
Krisha Davis ...
 (Vice-President, USC)
Erin ...
 (Sister, USC)
Jordan Erlich ...
Francia ...
 (Pledge, USC)
Candace Hanna ...


MTV takes its cameras along for the ride as six pledges make the journey from rush to initiation into the sisterhood.

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24 June 2002 (USA)  »

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An embarrassment to my town and my school.
19 September 2002 | by (Luoyang, China) – See all my reviews

I explained in the summary line for my review of Scary Movie 2 that I generally reserve my ratings of 1 out of 10 for those VERY few movies that are absolutely incomprehensible, even at the level of the most basic plot. And also in the case of Scary Movie 2, I decided (very quickly, I might add) to make an exception for the load of garbage that is Sorority Life.

Maybe 8 or 10 of my friends all gathered at my house so we could all watch the first episode of Sorority Life and see MTV's depiction of Davis, California in the reality show that we had all been periodically seeing them filming around town, especially during the last few months. What we were treated to was a torturous hour of film about a bunch of sorority girls here in Davis. There are only so many ways you can say that you don't know if those girls are at the rush because they're really interested in the sorority or just because MTV's there. It is truly a testament to the appalling content of the show when the vast majority of the conflict is derived from the very fact that it's being filmed.

I am a director for Aggie TV, the UC Davis television station, and as a student who is very interested in film and a regular moviegoer as well, I LOVE to see behind the scenes footage of just about anything. There is nothing that I enjoy more than watching behind the scenes documentaries, and I would do just about anything to visit a movie set. In the first episode of Sorority Life (and probably many to follow), there are several shots of some frat guys in the fraternity next door goofing off on a huge slip and slide. I was filming a news segment about MTV's filming of Sorority Life for Aggie TV when they were on that slip and slide, and I actually have footage on my personal video camera of the MTV film crew standing there and shooting the very footage that was broadcast on the first episode of Sorority Life.

In most cases, I would by hugely excited by this, and would be able to watch it endlessly, but Sorority Life has managed to sink to such a level of sheer idiocy that I will never insult my own intelligence by wasting another second watching it. Truly a waste of time and an insult to Davis, sororities in general, and your own intelligence as a member of the audience.

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