This entry in Showtime's "Rebel Highway" series has teenager Sabrina (Jamie Luner) going to her older sister's college where everything is pretty laid back and simple. Sabrina, the constant bad girl, has her mother cut off her money because of her grades and various other things so the teenager decides to get to the top of everything no matter what it takes and who she hurts. CONFESSIONS OF A SORORITY GIRL is a pretty bland movie from start to finish but if you watch enough "B" movies then you know that bland is usually a lot better than most of what others offer. This film is certainly far from a good movie but I think there are enough interesting elements to make it worth viewing as long as you don't have anything better to do. There are all sorts of problems with the film but I think the biggest is the fact that the characters just aren't all that interesting. Sabrina is a cold-hearted maniac but she's never campy enough to where we really like her or enjoy what she's doing. The supporting cast, aka the ones Sabrina does bad to, really aren't all that sympathetic so does it really both you what's happening to them? The one exception would be the roommate played by Alyssa Milano who takes a lot of the abuse. I thought the actress was extremely good and believable in the role and she certainly made the film a lot more entertaining. Luner is decent in the lead role but I just never really felt like she had the power or energy to carry the film. The film contains some nice music and some impressive costume designs but that's about it. I think the film could have been much better had it either been darker or played more for laughs. I won't ruin what happens at the very end but it's just way too over-the-top to really believe.
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