1. 21 & Over (2013)
Taking straight-A college student Jeff Chang to his 21st birthday party the night before an important medical school interview turns into an embarrassing night of overindulgence and complete debauchery for Jeff and his two best friends.
2. Neighbors (2014)
With their newborn child, Kelly and Mac are settling down in a quiet neighborhood, when the frat brothers move into the house next door, everything changes. Teddy is the President, and Pete is his right-hand man. When Kelly and Mac introduce themselves as their neighbors, Teddy and Pete immediately accept friendship. Mac repeatedly begs Teddy to reduce the fraternity’s volume, even when Teddy accepts his invitation to the party one night.
Teddy breaks his promise to keep the party to a bare minimum and Mac calls the cops to deal with the situation when it arises. As soon as the police arrive, they place all the blame on Mac, and the conflict begins. Family feuds escalate into hilarious danger as the fraternity finds itself on shaky ground with their university. Just as Teddy and Pete are about to give up on them, Mac and Kelly decide to play one final practical joke on them before they’re given their final warning and probation. From Robert DeNiro’s parties to Christopher Mintz-sex Plasse’s in the trees, this comedy shows how quickly things can go horribly wrong when a family and a fraternity move in next door to each other..
3. 22 Jump Street (2014)
Officers Schmidt (Jonah Hill) and Jenko (Channing Tatum) have made it through high school twice, but when they go deep undercover at a local college, big things happen. However, when Schmidt infiltrates the bohemian art major scene and Jenko meets a kindred spirit on the football team, they begin to doubt their partnership. Instead of focusing on solving the mystery, they must now assess whether or not they are capable of developing a healthy romantic relationship in the long run. This college experience may prove to be the best thing that has ever happened to these two overgrown teenagers.
4. Cabin Fever (2002)
Paul, Karen, Bert, Marcy, and Jeff, all of whom met in college, rent a cabin in the woods and spend a week there. When they arrive, a sick man begs for help from them, but they panic and set fire to him, causing the man to fall into the water reservoir and drown. Everyone, with the exception of Karen, agrees to drink only beer for the duration of the week without knowing the location of the deceased. Everyone’s journey to hell begins when Karen gets sick from drinking tap water and the rest of the group does the same.
5. This Is The End (2013)
In coming to Los Angeles, ‘Jay Baruchel’ (qv) had only imagined a good time with ‘Seth Rogen’ (qv) and all the wild partying they would have both alone and at ‘James Franco’s (qv) housewarming party.’ The Rapture occurs all of a sudden, ushering in the Biblical Apocalypse. Now Jay and Seth, along with a few other friends, are desperately sheltering in James’ house in the hope of being rescued. Jay discovers that everyone in the group is too stupid and superficial to do anything until they find the only way out before the world ends.
6. The Rules Of Attraction (2002)
Camden Institute of Technology. Patrick Bateman, a corrupt Wall Street broker, has a younger brother named Sean. Apart from all of these things, he’s a notorious womanizer who sleeps with more than half of the female students on campus. He’s in debt to “fellow” dealer Rupert Guest and has a long history of dealing drugs in the area.
Technically, Lauren Hynde is a virgin. She’s putting money away for Victor Johnson, her superficial boyfriend who’s backpacking across Europe. Lara, her sultry roommate, is also smitten with Victor. Lauren’s ex-boyfriend Paul Denton has declared his sexuality to be openly bisexual and has developed feelings for Mitchell Allen, who is seeing Candice in order to disprove Paul’s homosexuality. Sean has a soft spot in his heart for Lauren. Paul is smitten with his friend Sean. Also, it’s possible that Lauren has feelings for Sean.
7. Rumble In The Bronx (1995)
Keong is in town for his uncle’s wedding, so he’s traveling all the way from Hong Kong. While his uncle is away on his honeymoon, Keong offers to assist at his uncle’s market in the Bronx. Keong makes friends with a local kid and beats up some troublemakers in the market while he’s in the Bronx. Meanwhile, one of the local gang’s petty thugs gets himself into some serious legal trouble. Greedy as he is, his involvement puts his gang, the youngster, and the entire neighborhood in jeopardy. When the inept cops fail to resolve the issue, Keong resorts to drastic measures. Much spectacular kung-fu and outlandish action follows, as you might expect.
8. A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas (2011)
After Guantanemo Bay, Harold and Kumar are no longer in touch, and their families, friends, and lives have changed dramatically. Harold’s beloved Christmas tree is destroyed when Kumar, a mysterious visitor, shows up at Harold’s door during the holiday season with a burning package. Harold and Kumar set out to find the perfect Christmas tree in New York City to fix the problem, but they run into trouble at every turn.
9. Kick-ass 2 (2013)
Our hero joins the self-made masked crusaders led by Colonel Stars and Stripes after Kick-Ass’ irrational bravery inspires a new wave of masked crusaders. It’s only Hit Girl who can save these want tobe superheroes from the wrath of Red Mist, reincarnated as The Mother F percent &*r. Junior assassin Hit Girl and teenage vigilante Kick-Ass were last seen going about their daily lives as Mindy and Dave, two typical teenagers. Dave, who is about to graduate and is unsure of his future plans, joins forces with Mindy to form the world’s first superhero team.
When Mindy is caught sneaking out as Hit Girl, she has no choice but to retire, leaving her to face the terrifying world of high school mean girls alone. With no one else to turn to, Dave joins forces with Colonel Stars and Stripes’ Justice Forever, a team led by a reformed mobster. The Mother F percent &*r, the world’s first super villain, puts together his own evil league just as Kick-Ass and Hit Girl begin to make a real difference in the streets. One problem, however: if you mess with one member of Justice Forever, you mess with them all.
10. Superbad (2007)
Seth and Evan are inseparable best friends who are surviving their senior year of high school together. In spite of being outcasts, Seth and Evan are invited to a party and spend the day trying to get enough alcohol to make the party a success and inebriate two girls, Jules and Becca, so they can begin their sex lives and return to college with a summer full of experience and new skills. With the help of their nerdy friend Fogell. Fogell’s association with two incompetent cops complicates their mission by slowing and aiding it simultaneously. What happens if they manage to deliver the booze to the event? Can only one rite of passage be accomplished through sex?
11. The Family (2013)
After blowing the whistle on the mafia, a mafia boss and his family are placed under witness protection in a sleepy town in France. However, Fred Manzoni (Robert De Niro) and his family (Michelle Pfeiffer, Dianna Agron, and Warren, ‘John D’Leo’) can’t help but revert to old habits and blow their cover by dealing with their problems the “family” way, allowing their former mafia cronies to track them down despite the best efforts of CIA Agent Stansfield (‘Tommy Lee Jones’ (qv)). There’s mayhem when old scores are settled in the most unlikely of places.
12. The Brothers Grimsby (2016)
Mark Strong, the top assassin for MI6, has a brother. It doesn’t go well for him, because he’s a football hooligan from Grimsby (Sacha Baron Cohen). Nobody in Grimsby, England can compare to Nobby’s nine children and the most attractive northern English girlfriend (Rebel Wilson). The only thing he’s missing is his younger sibling, Sebastian. Nobby spent 28 years looking for him after they were separated as children and adopted by different families. As soon as Nobby learns where his brother is, he sets out to find him, not knowing that his brother is an MI6 agent who has just uncovered a plot that could put the entire world in danger. Having been wrongfully accused, Sebastian comes to the realization that he will have no choice but to enlist the aid of its most idiotic citizen in order to succeed.
13. Revenge Of The Nerds (1984)
Nerds Gilbert and Lewis, freshmen at Adams College, have no idea what dangers lie ahead of them when they start their first year. The Alpha Beta fraternity jocks torment them, and things get worse when the jocks accidentally set fire to their house, forcing the freshmen to leave their dorm. Lewis has a thing for popular Betty Childs, the quarterback’s girlfriend and a popular sorority sister. Once Booger and the violin-playing Poindexter join the fraternity, the nerds realize they must do something for their own protection if they want to survive. Nerds use high-tech warfare against jocks, and the tables are soon turned… but can they succeed and make a difference?
14. The Heat (2013)
Sarah Ashburn, an FBI agent, is driven by ambition and dreams of advancement, but she has a strained relationship with the people around her. As a result, she’s been assigned to Boston with the mission of finding Mr. Larkin, an elusive drug lord, by tracking down his stooge, Rojas. If she succeeds, she’ll be in line for a promotion. Arriving in Boston, she discovers that Larkin has been systematically eliminating his competitors and acquiring their business.
It’s revealed later that Rojas has been taken into custody by the Boston Police Department and she plans on visiting him to find out what he knows about Larkin. However, she’s warned that the officer who arrested Rojas, Shannon Mullins, is fiercely protective of her territory and isn’t the friendliest person in the world. When they finally meet, they have a tense exchange of words. When Mullins discovers Ashburn’s true motivation for being in Boston, she sets out to find Larkin on her own. There will be some friction between Ashburn and Mullins because Ashburn follows the rules while Mullins goes her own way.