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Old School: Unrated [Blu-ray] (Bilingual)

3.7 out of 5 stars 161 customer reviews

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Product Details

  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English, French, Spanish
  • Dubbed: English, French, Spanish
  • Studio: Paramount
  • Release Date: Dec 16 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars 161 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B001F0Y9HY
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Format: VHS Tape
Mitch, Beanie, and Frank are three guys reclaiming the good ole days before they settled into marriage, long-term relationships and careers. In the beginning of the movie, Mitch comes home and finds that his girlfriend Heidi is into ganbanging. Frank gets married but finds that he can't stay married because he feels that he is losing himself and goes out of control at the Mitchapalooza party. Beanie is married with children and is doing what he can to help his friend Mitch get out of his funk. They form a fraternity with some of the guys that are considered not popular enough. Then in comes the dean who can't stand the sight of them. He was picked on by them and plots revenge against them. He uses the SGA president and pre-law student to deny the fraternity their charter.
This movie is hilarious. Big boy dropped his attached concrete in the manhole and fell. That has got to hurt! Seeing Will Ferrell naked was even hilarious. He was the lone streaker until he was busted by his wife while she was driving her friends.
This movie was funny and watching it the second time is even more funny!
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By A Customer on Jan. 29 2004
Format: VHS Tape
When I sat down to watch this movie I was in the mood for a great comedy. I had heard nothing but good things about this movie, I was sadly disappointed.
Old School has a great cast that includes Luke Wilson, Will Ferrell and Vince Vaughn. Luke Wilson's character finds his girlfriend cheating on him with a couple she has met online and decides to leave her. He moves into a house on campus and his friend played by Vince Vaughn decides have a huge party for him where Will Ferrell's character streaks down the street only to get caught by his wife. AFter getting caught at the party Will Ferrell's character moves in with Luke Wilson. After the party the group of friends decides to open a fraternity in his house. After recruiting several different people for the frat house many antics end up getting the frat kicked off campus.
There are several twists and turns throughout this movie and yes there are some funny parts but just not as many as I would've liked for a Will Ferrell movie. I laughed the hardest when the they were showing the bloopers at the end.
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Format: DVD
You can't give it 0, ZERO, NADA Stars, so I had to give it 1. What a piece of crap!!! This was such a waste of time!! If you want to see something funny, it would be wise to invest your money on Animal House instead! Vince Vaughn(Beanie) is about the funniest thing in the movie, along with the brief scene with Andy Dick!! Other than that, a real yawner. Let's see an underage high school girl....that's right it was done in Animal House. A Dean that is going to shut down the so-called Frat....yep, Animal House again. Big party with a band....Snoop Dog....bad replacement for Otis Day....oh yes, Animal House again. An elderly pledge dies....Animal House had a horse die in the Deans office, basic rip-off, slight change. Will Farrell gets drunk and streaks!! Whoppie, not funny!! I have a copy I am willing to give away! I heard how great it was so I bought it without having seen it at the movies. That is 90 minutes of my life I can never get back!!! The laughs are few, and very far between here......AVOID!!!
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Format: DVD
There are some retreading in OLD SCHOOL taking parts from such films as ANIMAL HOUSE, BACK TO SCHOOL (Rodney Dangerfield), and BILLY MADISON (Adam Sandler), but the casting and characters is what saves the film and there is some wit, originality and thought written into the script and the characters along with some hilarious moments. Three college buddies (Vince Vaughn, Luke Wilson, and Will Ferrell) are having trouble adjusting to adult life and have troubled relationships and marriages (even after so many years of being out of college). They take one last stab at youth by turning Mitch's home into a frat house. This due in part from circumstances involving a rezoned area near a college campus which Mitch has moved into after a falling out with his wife. As his friends keep on coming around (and staying) to cheer him up, they come with with the plan for the frat house. They recruit whomever and not necessarily college students to join the frat house and the party begins. There are subplots for all three of the individual leads. The standout is that of Will Ferrell (formerly of Saturday Night Live) whose character (Frank) sustains a lot of the slapstick and abuse in the film. Luke Wilson has a restrained and thoughtful performance as the sensitive 'Mitch', and Vince Vaughn as 'Beanie' always has presence as the audio equipment salesman. As stated, there are some original and hilarious moments in the film. One scene involves Mitch (Luke Wilson)as he comes home from work to find his wife, played by Juliet Lewis, involved in a threesome which has very good comic timing. There is a very funny sequence with comic actor Andy Dick as a hired sex therapist of sorts, and lastly there is a hilarious cameo by late night talk show host Craig Kilborn. Overall, a film that proves that something old can be new again, OLD SCHOOL could have been another in a long list of recently bad low-brow comedies, but the film works because of a great cast,a funny script, and some inspired cameos.
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By A Customer on Aug. 2 2003
Format: DVD
Old School is a very funny movie that is definitely worth seeing. There are many funny moments and jokes. Old School has a good cast who make the movie very entertaining. The storyline is the classic dean versus the fraturnity.
Old School has a good cast. Vince Vaughn, Luke Wilson, and Will Ferrell play the three main charaters in the movie. Vince Vaughn's charactor is a married man with two small children. He's the guy that is sort of the leader. The fraturnity is his idea and in the begginging he is the motavator for everybody else to get things going. Luke Wilson's character is a lawyer who isn't too exicited about the fraturnity at first then grows to enjoy it. Will Ferrell's charater is the not so bright. He means well but his stupidy gets him into funny pridcuments.
This story is mainly a story about escapeing the monatony of everyday life. It's about the guys getting together and haveing a good time. It's also a very funny movie.
The DVD itself has many good features including a spoof of Inside the Actors Studio. The large amount of extra materal makes the DVD defently worth it.
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