A 22-year old Frat Star gets in trouble at his school and is forced by his judicial officer to see a therapist and start an organization which helps kids get over their addiction of fraternity style partying.
Brian Patrick Butler
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Grant S. Johnson
"Frat Star" explores the alluring, superficial, manipulative, and dark world of Ivy League fraternity culture. An insecure, poor, and broken-hearted Nick enters freshman year with no interest in fraternities. This all changes when his old money roommate Billy convinces him to pledge.
My girlfriend put this on because she was looking for 'Greek' and Netflix didn't have that. We only watched about a half hour of this because we realized that the misogynistic and racist and classist and homophobic jokes were actually real. There was nothing redeeming about this movie at all. The acting was for crap, nothing makes sense as it might in reality on our very round earth and I cannot stress enough how racist and cringe-worthy this is. Most notable scene is when a few white frat guys chase the first black guy who appeared in the movie outside of their house explaining why it's okay for them to call him the N word. The only logical explanation I can come up with as to why this movie was made is that I guess young nazi proud boys need something to watch while the rest of the world is actually engaging in inclusive, progressive thought. If your hobbies include chanting "Jews will not replace us!" with a tiki torch in your hand, this movie's for you!
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