TOGA! TOGA! TOGA! Top 10 College/Frat Films

 

One of the constant sights we’ll forever get in the cinema is our fair share of college films. Most however, are terrible, but every so often we do get a gem. And I do love a good college film with drunken shenanigans.

In short, here are my Top 10 College/Frat films.

1. OLD SCHOOL // At this point, you may be asking yourself, why am I holding this 30 pound cinder block in my hands? You might also ask yourself, why does this cinder block have a long piece of string tied to it? And finally, why is the other end of this string tied securely to your penis?”


2. ANIMAL HOUSE // Oh. Then as of this moment, they’re on DOUBLE SECRET PROBATION!”


3. PORKYS // I’ll say. What do you use for a jockstrap, kid? A peanut shell and a rubber band?”


4. AMERICAN PIE // You realize we’re all going to go to college as virgins. They probably have special dorms for people like us.”


5. ROAD TRIP // Think about it Josh, you’re in college. The window of opportunity to drink and do drugs and take advantage of young girls is getting smaller by the day.”


6. ORANGE COUNTY // A writer? What do you have to write about? You’re not oppressed. You’re not gay.”


7. DAZED AND CONFUSED // I did it when I was a freshman, and you’ll do it when you’re seniors. but you’re doing great. Now fry like bacon, you little freshman piggies. Fry!”


8. AMERICAN PIE 2 // Oh, yeah. The Stifmeister’s coming back to Grand Harbor. Deck the halls. Bye-bye, Great Falls. Wipe my ass and lick my balls. It’s Stifler time, baby. Whoo-hoo-hoo. Whoo-hoo-hoo.”


9. THE INBETWEENERS MOVIE // So smelling like an industrial accident in a Lynx factory and looking like the world’s shittest boyband, we hit the town.”


10. VAN WILDER: PARTY LIAISON // I’d like you to meet Sherri and Terri. Two girls utterly infatuated with men who have larger than normal… medulla oblongatas.”


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One Response to “TOGA! TOGA! TOGA! Top 10 College/Frat Films”
  1. Dan says:

    Top list Luke…I love most of these but I’m particularly fond of Linklater’s Dazed and Confused.

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