The trio: Mitch(Wilson), a dumped lawyer, Frank(Ferrell), a confused husband and Beanie(Vaughn) a raucous father, all decide to relive their glory days by starting a out-of-control "fraternity" in Mitch's home. Cauos ensues, and they get in trouble with the dean, who is planning to stop the raging party everyone is talking about. Of course audiences made this silly comedy a hit, and has fast become a popular party movie.
There are many memorable scenes in this movie, including the scene where Will Ferrell accidently shoots himself with a tranquilizar!
Ok, OLD SCHOOL has an ordinary premise, but the high energy and vast performances by the cast are highly recommended even for a single viewing.
If you enjoyed this funny comedy in theaters then "Old School" Unrated Edition is a recommended DVD purchase. Except for some slight nudity in the opening menu, there isn't much difference between the unrated and rated editions of "Old School". The movie is presented in 2.35:1 anamorphic widescreen format. The DVD contains a fine picture quality with good sharpness. The 5.1 Dolby Digital and DTS sound options are quite clear and often engaging. The DVD features an audio commentary by cast members and director Todd Phillips, deleted scenes, a hilarious "Inside the Actors Studio" spoof and a short behind-the-scenes featurette. Overall, "Old School" Unrated Edition scores a "B-".