The morning after kicking off their semester with a patriotic "stars, stripes, and strippers" party, the members of the Omega fraternity awaken to a find a baby on their doorstep. After little to no deliberation, the Omegas decide to pledge the baby. When a rival fraternity member, Rico, learns of this, he devises a plot to ruin the Omegas reputation in the eyes of the student body at Hamilton University. It's up to the Omegas to not only secure their legacy at the University, but to also raise a baby in a fraternity house.Written by
The assembly cut of the film runs over 150 minutes, about an hour longer than the actual film. See more »
So I've been thinking about publishing my memoirs and calling them "El Nino: How I Bring the Rain," because El Nino is like a state of mind you know...
Actually, El Nino is a climate pattern that occurs in the tropical Pacific ocean about every five years effecting the surface temperature of the ocean water and the pressure of the air above it resulting in global climate anomalies some of which are drastic.
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If you agree that nerds are jerks and you don't consider small children to be the cutest thing ever, then you will likely enjoy this movie.
This movie has a string dislike of the nerd in the movie. This is the reverse of Revenge of the Nerds; this movie is about revenge on the nerd. That is the theme of the movie as much as the child is. Yes, the nerd is a jerk but of course that is what the writers wanted.
There are very few instances of the women getting excited about the child. There is not as much of the child as you might want, especially not of the child being cute. The little boy is cute, there just is not enough of that.
These guys get little help from other people. They rarely if ever ask women for help. That makes this strange at lest and it might be uncomfortable for you if you try to explain to them that they need help.
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