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I love Eurotrip... just rewatching it again on cinemax... such a kickass movie.
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I love the confessional scene, always wanted to do that as a young lad, but was afraid I would get caught, should have tried to talk my wife into it at the Vatican when were there, yeah like that would happen....the beach scene was funny as hell...and I loved the nightclub in was it Russia or something...not to mention Michelle Trachtenberg is hot and so is Kristin Kreuk and Jessica Boehrs.
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I think Harold & Kumar go to white castle is my favorite college/stoner movie.
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I think Harold & Kumar go to white castle is my favorite college/stoner movie.
Animal House has only ever (recently?) been challengened by Old School, IMHO. Tom
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"Miami Ywice, NUMBER ONE NEW SHOW." I love the whole Bratslavian part. And I've used the, "This isn't were I parked my car" line... A.
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I agree on Old School. Harold and Kumar is pretty solid too. Van Wilder rocks also. I can watch these movies over and over. Never gets old.
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I love Eurotrip... just rewatching it again on cinemax... such a kickass movie.
I loved it I love movies like that. Old School, Road Trip, etc. etc. Only thing I thought was a bit pathetic was that they shot pretty much all the city scenes in Prague. Even when they were pretending to be in London, Paris or Amsterdam. The general audience probably wouldn't have noticed but when you visit these cities quite regularly it's something different. But that was pretty much the only negative comment I have on this movie.
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Yeah, they usually used a couple shots that were obviously from the city in question, then shot the rest in Prague, I noticed that as well...
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"Miami Ywice, NUMBER ONE NEW SHOW." I love the whole Bratslavian part. And I've used the, "This isn't were I parked my car" line... A.
When that hotel employee gets that tip, a nickel. Slaps his boss and starts his own business I liked the bit in the club too.
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(Brian SD @ Feb. 04 2005,20:02) I think Harold & Kumar go to white castle is my favorite college/stoner movie.
Animal House has only ever (recently?) been challengened by Old School, IMHO. Tom
though old school was funny, nothing will walk the line next to AH, AH almost totally represented the old school party atmosphere of the college frat life of the late 60's and early 70's, a little overemphasized maybe, but it was more free willed than now
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I'm more a Porky's man myself. It's a very risque rendition of college life. I saw it several years before I even heard of Animal House though Porky's came out a few years after AH.
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Old School seems pretty anti-frat, which is partly why I like it. I'm not interested in learning more about frat life, I think they're plenty retarded as it is.
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Old School seems pretty anti-frat, which is partly why I like it. I'm not interested in learning more about frat life, I think they're plenty retarded as it is.
A friend of mine is in a frat, he's like the only frat guy I can stand, partly because we were friends before he went over to the dark side. He goes on about how the frat guys love "Old School." I've tried many times to explain how the whole movie is anti-frat, and how they are just tearing apart the whole frat system but they don't get it. Oh yeah, Porky's is about kids in high school, not college.
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(Brian SD @ Feb. 09 2005,17:46) Old School seems pretty anti-frat, which is partly why I like it. I'm not interested in learning more about frat life, I think they're plenty retarded as it is.
A friend of mine is in a frat, he's like the only frat guy I can stand, partly because we were friends before he went over to the dark side. He goes on about how the frat guys love "Old School." I've tried many times to explain how the whole movie is anti-frat, and how they are just tearing apart the whole frat system but they don't get it. Oh yeah, Porky's is about kids in high school, not college.
I propose that Mike is in reality a German woman named Mieke. Jon.
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I propose that Mike is in reality a German woman named Mieke.
Hate to burst your bubble, but wrong. What's funny is that my housemate's girlfriend who lives with us IS a German woman named Mieke.
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