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At Adams College, the jocks rule the school from their house on high, the Alpha Beta fraternity. So when a group of socially-challenged misfits try to go Greek, they're instantly rejected by every house on campus. Deciding to start their own fraternity to protect their outcast brothers, the campus nerds soon find themselves in a battle royale as the Alpha Betas try to crush their new rivals.
Despite numerous crimes which could, today, land a majority of these people on the Sex Offender Registry, I was really surprised at how well this movie held up.
I remember watching this and the sequels quite often as a kid and it's been so long since I've seen Revenge of the Nerds that I kept waiting for stuff to happen that must have happened in the sequel. That definitely helped the movie's impression of being fresh and exciting, especially because I didn't remember the ending (I do remember the ending of the sequel, apparently).
Richard and I have been going through a bit of an 80s phase (non-horror). In between watching movies I've been making him listen to a lot…
Revenge of the Nerds, a satire of university life, follows a group of excluded guys who found their own fraternity after being rejected by all other fraternities on campus. Here, brains battle against muscles when athletic football players try to crush their eccentric opponents, but the nerds have a perfect plan to gain advantage. Well, I have watched this one not only because I am in the mood for comedies from the eighties, but also because of the hype that is given to hit.
Frankly, I am not sure the hype is justified, I thought it would be way funnier than what it actually was. There are stupid films which can actually be hilarious, but I have to admit I…
"Look, Toby, the guys in that movie are not 28 year-old file clerks who live with their grandmothers in an ethnic ghetto...They didn't get their computers like you did, by trading in a bunch of box tops and $49.50 at the supermarket...Sure, go to the movies and daydream, but Revenge of the Nerds ain't reality. It's just Hollywood bullsh*t."
-- Harvey Pekar
"Times are changing. These nerds are a threat to our way of life. Soon, we will be up to our necks in nerd shit!"
These are the most prophetic lines of dialogue from any movie ever.
Short Review: This is one of those movies I've known since childhood, to the point where all the dialogue and music makes each scene memorable, even if I never fully understood the film's nuances. The film has its share of funny moments, thanks to its cast of quirky characters and funny dialogue, but it's mostly enjoyable for the endearing characters and seeing the actual nerds' revenge. It's not always a classy film, but it's a fun blast from the past.
Dietro a gag cretine e amorazzi da gita scolastica #Larivincitadeinerds spara una morale buonista e cogliona. Solo le tette valgono la pena.
Not sure how many times I've seen this, but it's a lot. There are a few things I'd change about it to make it a little more palatable, but it's still one of my favorites
Film de mon enfance.
This might have been funny if it weren't for all the casual racism, homophobia, misogyny, gratuitous boobs and that weird paedophile joke...
So awesomely offensive in every possible way, a snowflake millennial's head would rupture.
Beta male the movie
I don't remember ever liking this movie and it's even harder to take today what with all the sexual assault and racism being offered for laughs.
But though I cringed at the flamboyant stereotype of the gay character, I was also surprised to see him unquestioningly accepted by the other main characters into their group.
Which is really the point of the movie: to elevate the marginalized and to build empathy by reminding us that we've all feel pushed aside to some extent. I does this very imperfectly and I still don't like the movie, but I do honor what it's about.
Wow, there are some pretty morally questionable (at best) moments in this movie. Some bad stereotypes. A very straightforward plot with generic beats. Although, it's one of the only movies I've ever seen where a group of people ride in to save the day and those people aren't white. Still, it was some good fun and had a couple of nice jokes. And I like Julia Montgomery.
Perhaps the strangest thing was that in the credits, he goes by "Jamie" Cromwell, instead of James Cromwell. That's insane.
[after his parents have left, thinking he is ill] "They bought it. Incredible! One of the worst performances of my…
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