The question that needs to be asked about a straight-to-dvd National Lampoon movie starring Paris Hilton isn't whether the it's good or bad but rather, how bad does it get? The answer: It's awful! But fans of Ms. Hilton get a double-dose of the omnipresent favorite celebutante, because she not only but also narrates.
Victoria English (Hilton) is president of Gamma Gamma, the hottest sorority at South Beach University. Victoria hopes to gain her sorority -- or more to the point, herself -- national recognition by winning FHM magazine's "Hottest Sorority in the Country" contest. Conflict arises when Victoria learns the winning sorority sisters not only be gorgeous, but must also exemplify diversity . Enter the new Gamma Gamma pledges; a group of misfit freshmen seeking shelter after an unfortunate plumbing incident at their dormitory . The group has everything Victoria is looking for to diversify the sorority and win the magazine contest: Beautiful but nerdy Gloria (Paula Garces of HAROLD AND KUMAR GO TO WHITE CASTLE); fat girl Maxine (Amanda Aday); PooPoo, whose of Arab descent (Noureen DeWulf); lesbian Babs (Diva Zappa); delinquent Tonya (Sarai Howard); African American Monique (Bianca Lawson) and the film's comic relief, middle-aged nymphomaniac Kathy (Reno 911's Kerri Kenney), who's returning to college to get back at her philandering husband. Right out of the gate, the pledging process is grueling and torturous. The coeds are forced to eat day-old sushi out of doggy bowls, pick up used condoms in the local park, and of course, submit to the evil game depicted in nearly every sorority-themed movie: The humiliating process of having fat and other bodily flaws circled with a permanent marker. Will the girls ever be good enough to become Gamma Gammas? Will Victoria finally get what’s coming to her from the pledges and sisters she bosses around 24/7?
If you really want to know and can tolerate Paris Hilton uttering lines like "My dog is such a perv!" and "That's hot!" every five minutes, by all means check out this lame entry in the once genuinely funny National Lampoon franchise. Just don't say you weren't warned.
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- Released: 2007
- Rating: R
- Review: The question that needs to be asked about a straight-to-dvd National Lampoon movie starring Paris Hilton isn't whether the it's good or bad but rather, how bad does it get? The answer: It's awful! But fans of Ms. Hilton get a double-dose of the omnipresent… (more)