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Features: "Boys Will Be Girls" Behind-the-scenes Featurette, "All the Angels" Multi-filmmaker Points of View, Widescreen Anamorphic Format.
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Reviewed on 5/17/2010...
This movie is awful It was such a waste of time I couldn't even finish it I did not find it funny at all I found it was crude and Rude. If you can don't waste a credit on this film it is not worth the price of a credit. If you want to see it I suggest renting it so your not stuck with a copy of such a lame movie. This movie should not have been made and If they made it more tasteful then more people would be able to sit through this film and enjoy it. What a waste of time and Money!
2 of 3 member(s) found this review helpful.
Amy H. (ames) from CHARLESTON, SC
Reviewed on 1/9/2010...
Is this a GOOD movie? No. It is a tasteful movie? No. Is it mildly offensive? Oh, yes. Is it fun? YES. My friends and I have laughed over this movie for years, and still throw lines at each other. ("Pillow fight!") I admit that I originally bought it so I could see Michael Rosenbaum in girl clothes, and he did not disappoint. But what was intended to be a one-shot "but it because I can't find it to rent" probable-regret-purchase ended up being wildly fun. If you've got the credits to burn, and have the frat boy mentality (even only occasionally), give this one a try. Heck, I'm a graduate of a liberal women's college, and I think it's hilarious.
4 of 5 member(s) found this review helpful.
Tosh, but laugh-a-minute tosh.
Mike | Wellington, New Zealand | 04/21/2002
(4 out of 5 stars)
""Sorority Boys" (2002)Guys dressing like girls - ... The idea is so recycled that the idea of making yet another film about cross-dressers should be chucked out the window, threw in a bin and never released. Or should it? Sorority Boys is mostly recycled ideas, but it brings some new laughs to the premise. I actually enjoyed almost every minute of this crude little feast.The jokes in this movie are what made me enjoy it so much. I didn't expect this movie to be so rude and crude. It turns out that Sorority Boys is more like American Pie or Not Another Teen Movie than I expected it to be! It has jokes about erections, topless girls, falling out of windows, falling out of boats, lesbians,...and everything that an audience loves to see. It's all very crude and half-hearted, but it's entertaining and has me rolling in the aisles. So what's the big deal if it's not original? You enjoy it!I enjoyed the acting in the film as well. It would be hard to find 3 different actors other than Michael Rosenbaum, Barry Watson and Harland Williams. Rosenbaum in particular (who also stars in TV's Smallville) is quite engaging as a woman, which I feel strange saying. Williams is hilarious once again, he always seems to pop up in teen comedies! Watson is the least interesting of the "sorority boys" but he wasn't too bad. Apart from the three leads the girls were also quite funny but their personalities were a little disappointing. The script copied way too much from Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo when it came to the DOG girls. The movie also has a good script. It's not an award winner by any means, but if your sick of the Beautiful Mind's, the Monster's Balls and the Iris', then your tear ducts can take a vacation with this silly but enormously funny screenplay. There are jokes across the board and I was laughing out loud at least every 10 minutes. The movie also has quite a good and surprising equivalence message. One other aspect of the script I really enjoyed was when the guy-girls started becoming like girls - realising they need new dresses, need new lipstick, the shops don't have their size and many other things. I think this concept might seem like a flop but the script was such a winner that the big-time studios just couldn't resist. I can't think of much else to say about Sorority Boys, I think most aspects of the movie were very good and I think it's a movie meant purely for entertainment value and laughs and it worked very well on those levels. There's something for most people here, for the guys - you can enjoy all the topless girls and crude humour, girls - you'll like the fact that you can humiliate the characters on-screen, and grandparents - well, on second thought, you should stay away from this movie! For ages 12-35 though, this is a fun fare that you'll enjoy if you realise it's not meant to be taken too seriously! Sorority Boys isn't going to win any Oscars in 2003, but I think it will win an audience's heart (and funny bone!)...."
beej | Calgary, AB | 08/28/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This movie is hilarious. It is also what you expect. It is not an Oscar winning epic nor it is designed to be. Don't bash it for being silly, it it what is is - roll on the floor funny!"
Melissa Ann Lane | 05/04/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"OK now first for the people who said women should find this movie offensive. I AM a woman and I am a mother. Now let me say as a mother and a female who finds the wet shirts part freaking hilarious. This movie ROCKED! I love it!! For the person who said cross dressing men was weird. WAKE UP! It's realistic.
For the person who said it focussed on the commercial woman and perfect movie. Did we watch the same movie. HELLO these guys saw it from a girls POV and hell even STATED at the end that they learned more in a week of being DOGS then they had 4 years in the KOK house. Real offensive there......NOT"