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College

Rating:R (for pervasive crude and sexual content, nudity, language, drug and alcohol abuse)
Genre:Comedy
Release Date:August 29, 2008
Running time:94 minutes
Cast:Drake Bell, Andrew Caldwell, Kevin Covais, Haley Bennett, Katie Knighten
Director:Deb Hagan
Producer:Sam Nazarian
Writer:Dan Callahan, Adam Ellison
Distributor:MGM

Description: Three high school seniors visit a local college campus as prospective freshman, anticipating the best weekend of their lives. Once there, the rowdiest fraternity on campus decides to recruit the boys as pledges, subjecting them to endless humiliations, in return for granting them access to the no-holds-barred college party scene. But. once the boys catch the eye of some of the older sorority girls, the threatened frat-boys increase the pre-frosh humiliation and blackmail them by threatening to expose their age. The boys decide to fight back, retaliating with a major revenge scheme that lands them on top.

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