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Sorority Boys (2002)

R | | Comedy | 22 March 2002 (USA)
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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.

Director:

Wallace Wolodarsky
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Barry Watson ... Dave
Michael Rosenbaum ... Adam
Harland Williams ... Doofer
Melissa Sagemiller ... Leah
Tony Denman ... Jimmy
Brad Beyer ... Spence
Kathryn Stockwood ... Patty
Heather Matarazzo ... Katie
Yvonne Sciò ... Frederique
Kerri Higuchi Kerri Higuchi ... Susie
Dublin James ... Littlest Pledge
Omar Benson Miller ... Big Johnson
Mike Beaver ... Big Fat Frat
Rich Ronat Rich Ronat ... Frat
Brian Gross ... Frat
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Storyline

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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The only way to become one of the boys again... is to become one of the girls. See more »

Genres:

Comedy

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

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

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Country:

USA

Language:

English | Indonesian

Release Date:

22 March 2002 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Dog Catcher See more »

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Box Office

Budget:

$12,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$4,127,903, 24 March 2002, Wide Release

Gross USA:

$10,198,766, 16 June 2002
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1.85 : 1
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Trivia

The second film in which Harland Williams masquerades as a woman, the first being the TV movie "Mr. Headmistress" (1998). See more »

Goofs

When the girl with the nasal voice is in her room and the guys from KOK launch the dildo through her window, we hear glass breaking but her window is open. See more »

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Katie: [shouts] I am not deaf!
Roberta: We should all be so lucky.
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Crazy Credits

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 »

Alternate Versions

A scene is missing where Dave and Leah are protesting for their women's class. See more »

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References Mrs. Doubtfire (1993) See more »

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Written and Performed by China Forbes
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Has its moments .....
12 June 2003 | by ericjg623See all my reviews

Probably the cheapest laugh in all of comedy is putting a guy in drag, hell, they were probably doing it in ancient Egypt to get Pharoah to bust a gut when nothing else worked. And in this case they've got not one but three, the first two of which are barely passable as girls and the third looking like the spitting image of the big redhead that Arnold disguises himself as in "Total Recall".

The whole plot is based on three members of Kappa Omicron Kappa (not exactly a subtly acronym) getting kicked out of their fraternity after they were set up and accused of stealing the alumni party funds. They need to sneak back in their old house to recover a videotape that will prove their innocence. Their first scheme is to dress up as girls and get in during a party, but they quickly get ejected by the "dog catcher" whose job it is to get rid of ugly girls. While still in drag, they are invited to pledge the ultra-feminist Delta Omicron Gamma sorority (another non-subtle joke) and, since they've no food, money or lodging, they accept. The rest of the movie is about their awkward attempts to keep up their ruse and fit in with a bunch of sorority girls, all the while scheming to get back that tape. Naturally, much of the laughs come as the "girls" are forced to adjust to their new roles and dealing with stuff like leg shaving and walking (badly) in heels, although in the process these formerly crude horndogs learn to start appreciating women as more than just object to either lust after (if they're hot) or make fun of (if they're not).

Fortunately, they don't get too heavy on the feminist "message" stuff, at least not enough to get in the way of the humor. And there's a fun little love twist in which one of the boys starts falling for the sorority president, Leah. Her character's a bit of a modern movie cliche, like Julia Stiles in "10 Things I Hate About You" she's supposed to be this bitchy, angry, ugly man hating feminist but is simply too good natured and good looking to really fool anyone. Of course, the twist is, as a boy (in her Women's Studies class) she hates him, but as a girl, she starts to develop feelings for "her". Naturally, once she learns the truth she's initially outraged, but seeing as this is a simple comedy and not something like "Chasing Amy", she quickly relents and all ends well. This is by no means a great comedy, it's definitely a "rent, don't buy" kind of movie, but considering I had no real expectations other that to get about 90 minutes of shut-off-your-brain entertainment, I must say it wasn't bad.

6/10


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