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post #16 of 33
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I'm not interested in learning more about frat life, I think they're plenty retarded as it is.
I truly take offense and resemble that comment.
post #17 of 33
awesome film. saw it 2x in theaters and about 100+x on dvd....and i never get bored of it. fav parts are the London scenes.....Vinnie Jones+the Jam playing in background=good cinema and the healthy doses of T&A make this A-OK
post #18 of 33
What is a 'frat'?
post #19 of 33
fra·ter·ni·ty ( P ) Pronunciation Key (fr-tûrn-t) n. pl. fra·ter·ni·ties A body of people associated for a common purpose or interest, such as a guild. A group of people joined by similar backgrounds, occupations, interests, or tastes: the fraternity of bird watchers. A chiefly social organization of men students at a college or university, usually designated by Greek letters. A sodality. The quality or condition of being brothers; brotherliness. More than anything, a group of college guys drinking and partying and trying to get laid...oh and trying to graduate...normally overly embelished children given too much by parents....me not being the case, I was born a poor redneck child. Hail Tau Kappa Epsilon xi-chi, Teke for life.
post #20 of 33
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fra·ter·ni·ty    ( P )  Pronunciation Key  (fr-tûrn-t) n. pl. fra·ter·ni·ties A body of people associated for a common purpose or interest, such as a guild. A group of people joined by similar backgrounds, occupations, interests, or tastes: the fraternity of bird watchers. A chiefly social organization of men students at a college or university, usually designated by Greek letters. A sodality. The quality or condition of being brothers; brotherliness. More than anything, a group of college guys drinking and partying and trying to get laid...oh and trying to graduate...normally overly embelished children given too much by parents....me not being the case, I was born a poor redneck child. Hail Tau Kappa Epsilon xi-chi,  Teke for life.
ok, got it. Got those people here in Holland also. Very annoying (hilarious?) most of the time
post #21 of 33
Hmm.. seen the movie today. Have the same point as Huey, it's filmed on one location which is a bit of an negative point
post #22 of 33
Saw Eurotrip last night.  Perhaps this is a sign of getting old, but I found it amusing rather than laugh-out-loud hilarious.  For me, the funniest movie from recent memory is About A Boy. On a side note, did it bother anyone else that Scotty was getting a custom suit made in Bratislava but that the suit sleeves (as seen at the club) were clearly too long?  I suppose that there is not a great tailoring tradition in the former East Germany . . .
post #23 of 33
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Bratislava is in part of the former Czechslovakia, but I agree there isn't much of a tailoring tradition there. Kind of interesting that Bush/Putin are meeting there today though.
post #24 of 33
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a side note, did it bother anyone else that Scotty was getting a custom suit made in Bratislava but that the suit sleeves (as seen at the club) were clearly too long?
Apparently "Scotty doesn't know". That song was my favourite part of the movie.
post #25 of 33
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Originally Posted by drizzt3117
Bratislava is in part of the former Czechslovakia, but I agree there isn't much of a tailoring tradition there. Kind of interesting that Bush/Putin are meeting there today though.

You all dont know what we have here. We have created some of the greatest clothing so dont judge it because of a movie. None of those people were slovak or cech not even the setting it was some stupid studio @!
post #26 of 33
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Originally Posted by Slovak123
You all dont know what we have here. We have created some of the greatest clothing so dont judge it because of a movie. None of those people were slovak or cech not even the setting it was some stupid studio @!

WTF? Dude, your first post on this forum is this? Seriously? I smell troll.



Jon.
post #27 of 33
Eurotrip was pretty damn funny. I always use the line from the sleazy Italian guy: "escuze, escuze". But, I have to say that my all time college/stoner movie is Road Trip. Something about that movie just makes me crack up. Old School and Harold & Kumar were pretty solid too. I wasn't a big fan of Van Wilder.
post #28 of 33
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Originally Posted by imageWIS
I propose that Mike is in reality a German woman named Mieke.



Jon.

That was one of the things... I think they meant Meike, which is a fairly common name for women in their 50's... Anyway

Naturally, what I found most hillarious was the scene with the little Nazi-child when they were in Berlin.

Also, I bought a Frommer's last summer when I was in the US just to be able to say: "Oh, here's another fun fact - You made out with your sister". Excellent movie, Old School, Animal House, Road Trip were good but I agree that Harold & Kumar is my favorite of the bunch (awaiting part 2).
post #29 of 33
Great movie. Speaking of eastern Europe, Hostel was entertaining as well.
post #30 of 33
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Originally Posted by alflauren
Great movie. Speaking of eastern Europe, Hostel was entertaining as well.

Hostel sucked and its premise was completely unbelievable (for a movie that took itself seriously, not a comedy). It's called cell phone towers: you can use them to track cell phones and if calls were made from a certain vicinity.

You want a great school film? P.C.U.

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Old Woman: Excuse me, but can you blow me where the pampers is?
Gutter: What?
Old Woman: Can you blow me where the pampers is?
Gutter: What?
Old Woman: Can you *show* me where the *campus* is?
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Bantam: America's greatest president.
Rand: It's me, Rand. Open up.
Bantam: America's greatest president.
Rand: Damn it. "Who is Ronald Reagan?"
Bantam: A casual shoe for yachting.
Rand: What are you trying to figure out, B.D.? Who could I be? "What is a blucher?"
Bantam: They killed Jesus Christ.
Rand: "Who are the Jews?" Open up, sucko.



Jon.
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