A Film Review By Jason L. King
| Starring: Barry watson, Michael Rossenbaum
Directed By: Wallace Wolodarsky
Rated: Rated R for crude sexual content, nudity, strong language and some drug use
When 3 guys are accused of stealing their frat brother money from the house safe they are kicked out of the house. So they find themselves homeless. They solve their problem by dressing up like women and joining a sorority house full of Sorority rejects, where the boys learn about women and even more about themselves.
Sounds heartwarming doesn’t it? It wasn’t. In the genre of pointless humor that fits in the category or Not Another Teen Movie and Scary Movie, this one just doesn’t cut it either. The acting was mediocre, and the humor all relies on mostly sexual themes. I don’t think I really need to say more when I say they had to rely on a Star Wars light saber fight using dildos.
Overall, I’d have to give it a mediocre rating. I’m going to be generous and give it a a C, since I laughed at a times, and I gave a really good rating to other movies in that genre, such as Not Another Teen Movie, and I do feel Sorority Boys probably surpasses that film. However, when I look at the grand scheme of things, I have to look at it as is it worth the movie goer’s $7 ticket? The answer is a simple no.