Sorority Boys

Theatrical Release: March 22, 2002
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Synopsis

Dave (Barry Watson of WB’s 7th Heaven), Doofer (Harland Williams) and Adam (Michael Rosenbaum of WB’s Smallville) are unjustly thrown out of their Kappa Omicron Kappa fraternity for stealing money, they decide they need to prove their innocence. To accomplish this, they need to get back into the frat house and retrieve a videotape that caught all the action. Doofer comes up with the idea of posing as women, to get into the house and have free reign once inside. So the boys become Daisy, Roberta and Adina. However, the retrieval is much harder than planned. After they get thrown out of the frat house, the three have to regroup and find a place to stay. Still disguised, they join the Delta Omicron Gamma (DOG) sorority house with all of the other ‘ugly’ girls on campus. But they have to keep up female appearances while planning their next move. SORORITY BOYS has occasionally funny moments, but ends up being just another in a long line of disappointing, gross-out comedies.

Dove Review

Men in “drag” have been a comedy staple for decades and, in this case, provides ample opportunity for the boys to learn how the other-half lives. As might be expected from the college setting and comedy premise, the film is filled to the brim with sexually suggestive and explicit content that includes repeated innuendos, sex scenes on videotape, and several instances of nudity. Add excessive foul language to this mixer and SORORITY BOYS earns a strong failing grade.

Content Description

Info

Company: Touchstone Pictures
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 94 min.
Industry Rating: R
Reviewer: Movie Morality Ministries - John Adair