Old School


(out of 5)

 stars as a bored traveling businessman who comes home to his girlfriend () only to discover her in an orgy situation with a group of kinky strangers. He decides that the happiest days of his life were back when he was in college, and so sells his house, purchases one on Harvard’s campus and starts a fraternity without actually enrolling in any classes. Best friends  and  are at first perplexed by his sudden retreat into immaturity, but eventually they catch on and even become excellent party organizers for him. Ridiculous stunts like nude streaking and K-Y wrestling occur before a lame ending involving a petty villain () and a weak romantic subplot (). This film would have been a lot more fun if it had just been willing to accept its idiocy and not tried to resolve any kind of plot in its last ten minutes, because it does so very poorly. It has its funny moments, but not enough to justify enduring it.

DreamWorks, The Montecito Picture Company

USA, 2003

Directed by

Story by , Todd Phillips, , Screenplay by Todd Phillips, Scot Armstrong

Cinematography by

Produced by , ,

Music by

Production Design by

Costume Design by

Film Editing by 


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