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After their overenthusiastic RA is imprisoned in Mexico, a group of college freshmen are plunged into their first semester under a renegade Resident Advisor, Dean "The Dean" Slater. The boys battle viral video stigma, psychotic girlfriends, and hangovers on their way to creating a more analogue college experience. Written by
Though I be just an Englishman even I can relate with the wit and humour of a gorgeous US movie such as this. Well where do I start fresh from VGHS Jimmy Wong is delightful albeit he may be the only actor except Nathalie Ramos in this movie I knew of and Nathalie Ramos is again amazing in this movie. Moving from House of Anubis which was dark(ish) albeit cheesy as anybody's business to a full out college humour the transition was seamless. It could of gone with the norm of college/teenagers coming out movies but no it went with a kick ass RA and some lines that though were cliché had a charm to them. It has also managed to add in a kendama and well any movie that introduces and addicts me to a sport like this has to be worth a watch right
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