Fraternity Vacation

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Fraternity Vacation
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Fraternity Vacation DVD cover
Directed by James Frawley
Produced by Robert C. Peters
Larry A. Thompson (executive producer)
Written by Lindsay Harrison
Starring Stephen Geoffreys
Tim Robbins
Leigh McCloskey
Music by Brad Fiedel
Cinematography Paul Ryan
Production
  company
New World Pictures
Distributed by New World Pictures
Anchor Bay Entertainment (DVD)
Release date(s) February, 1985
Running time 84 min.
Country United States
Language English

Fraternity Vacation is a 1985 low-budget American sex comedy starring Stephen Geoffreys as a nerdy pledge to the Theta Pi Gamma fraternity at Iowa State, with Tim Robbins and Cameron Dye as Theta Pi Gamma frat boys (or, as they are known to their Iowa State frat rivals, "Theta Pigs"). On spring break in Palm Springs, California, several boys compete for the affections of a sophisticated co-ed, played by Sheree J. Wilson.

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Roger Ebert gave the film one star, his lowest rating:

Don't get me wrong. I have nothing against dumb sex comedies. All I object to is the fact that "Fraternity Vacation" is playing with half a deck - the male half. The men are the characters and the women are the objects.[1]

A review in The Tech (MIT) said that the film was a poor example of its genre, and "not worth seeing unless you're really in the mood for this type of movie".[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Roger Ebert, review, first published April 15, 1985. Accessed July 25, 2012.
  2. ^ Dan Crean, review, first published April 26, 1985. Accessed July 25, 2012.

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