Variety - 03/25/2002
"...Genial....SORORITY BOYS offers bouncy execution and a positive gender sensitivity message..."
Entertainment Weekly - 03/29/2002
"...There are moments of real funniness in this smarter-than-anticipated goof-fest..."
Following in the irreverent footsteps of the Farrelly Brothers and National Lampoon is this farcical send-up of college life. Dave, Doofer, and Adam always lead the party in their fraternity's frequent and wild blowouts. But when their jealous frat president frames them for theft, the three are banished. Their only hope of getting back in is to prove they didn't steal the fraternity's treasury fund by getting hold of the videotape that will prove who did. But how can three excommunicated frat boys get back into their house' Dressed as girls, of course, at one of the house's many parties. The three wind up as new pledges in the D.O.G. sorority, where the unpopular girls go after all the other sororities reject them. But the hoax gets turned on its ear when Dave starts falling for one of his sorority sisters, who returns his affection--as long as he's a woman--while Adam evades the amorous advances of his former little brother and Doofer gets in touch with his feminine side. REVENGE OF THE NERDS meets SOME LIKE IT HOT in this slapstick, gross-out, romantic coming-of-age sex story.
Description by Buena Vista Home Entertainment:
The high-heeled high jinks begin when three falsely accused "frat brats" find themselves booted from their brotherhood. Short on cash and desperate, they use pancake, pantyhose, and "pluck" to pledge the ugly girl sorority. Life's a drag as they try to find their way back to fraternity life, and dressing the part puts them in hilarious hot water time and again. What's a boy, pretending to be a girl, to do after treating women so badly' Once in touch with their feminine side, our "girls" realize the error of their ways and make up for their mistakes.