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Dorm Daze 2 [DVD] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]

Gable Carr , Patrick Casey , David Hillenbrand , Scott Hillenbrand    DVD

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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars A little chaotic for my taste, but funny enough at times 18 Oct 2006
By Wiseguy 945 - Published on
Dorm Daze 2, sequal to Dorm Daze released a couple of years ago, takes place as our college characters from the previous movie set sail on a college cruise. The main theme on this cruise again is sex and alcohol, the quality things to do in college. The plot that ties this movie together is a stolen diamond that one of the professors had heisted after his archeological venture. Also tied in with our characters is a play that one of them has produced that they will be performing in a competition while at see. The play itself revolves around a diamond robbery. Again, their are some funny things that go on in this movie, but for me it was a little chaotic, at least the first movie took place around a dorm and seemed more plausable and a funny exageration of dorm life. This movie seems to play on some fantasy world where pretty much a whole college goes on a cruise for 2 months at a time with professors, advisors, and the College dean all going along to teach class. I guess they must all be rich. This movie was much more pieced together, thinner threads tieing things together,and I don't even think they introduced some of the characters again until mid-movie eg. Fusball, who is in the movie throughout but his name isn't mentioned until about 40 minutes in. They expect that I have remembered all of these people's name from the first movie and what they did their. Actually, this movie's plot has little to do with the first one except for the character's playing the parts. Overall, humerous moments, but just not spectacular in my book, and not the best national lampoon's production.
10 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars I laughed until I wet my pants 24 July 2006
By Frank Morris - Published on
I had zero expectations when I saw this thing but my girlfriend dragged me to it because her roommate acted in it and we both thought it was hilarious. There's about ten plots going on throughout which you have to be paying attention to if you want to really enjoy it so make sure you're sober when you see it. Her roommate was one of the few girls who stay fully clothed the whole move so be warned if you're watching this with your grandmother. (Unless your grandomother is a stripper) I don't know why it's not going to the theaters, it's much better than most of the crap I see that makes a fortune. Plus Vida Gerra is in it and the guy from Office Space who tries to kill himself.
7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars DUMB DAZE 22 Mar 2007
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directed by David & Scott Hillebrand

approx. 109 minutes

Putting Vida Guerra on the cover of your cheezy college comedy is a great way to sell DVDs. Putting her in less that 15 minutes of the movie is a great way to get negative reviews.

The plot to this movie is all over the place. There is a Professor dealing in the illegal jewel trade who is having a relationship with a student. Two students are competing for a grant for graduate school and one of them is prepared to "go all the way". Then there's a killer loose on the boat, a la 'JASON TAKES MANHATTAN'. Some of the students are trying to stay abstinent, others are have just broken up & are trying to "live it up". Oh by the way, all these characters are cast in a play that is to be judged against a statement from a group of pretentious feminists who later turn out to be slatterns. There are a few funny parts but mostly it feels like a rush job trying to reiterate the stereotype that college kids are soul-less animals controlled by their raging libido.

The cast is a weird grouping of people... porn actress Jasmin St. Claire, the guy from 'the Nanny', the Principal's daughter from "Boston Public", "the Sherminator" from 'AMERICAN PIE', etc. I never saw the first 'DORM DAZE' so I was surprised to see Danielle Fishel (best known as "Topanga" on 'BOY MEETS WORLD') in this movie.

The DVD features a "Vida Guerra featurette" which is also misleading. While Vida is interviewed in this "special feature", its actually a behind the scenes of a photoshoot for the August/September 2006 issue of Black Men magazine. The issue featured pictures of Vida, China Shavers and Jennifer Lyons.

Apparently, 'DORM DAZE 3' is already in production. I wonder if the marketing for this one will affect the sales of future titles.
5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Set sail for the bargain bin. 27 Feb 2007
By Nathan Taylor - Published on
This is the worst teensploitation film I've ever seen. The jokes are flat and uninspired. There is absolutely no new ground broken here. Not a single memorable moment, with the exception of a slow motion scene in a woman's shower room.

But if it's skin you're looking for, hasn't the internet made movies like this obsolete? Why do I need to sit through 100 minutes of dumb plot and jokes that are all dead on arrival when I can take two minutes to do a google search for Vida Guera?
8 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Finally something funny 11 Aug 2006
By Sam R - Published on
I haven't laughed this hard since Will Ferrell went streaking in Old School. There are so many insane funny scenes in this movie I don't know why I didn't hear more about it. I don't know when it played in the theaters but it's on dvd now. There's a lot of nudity here so be prepared. It's worth watching.
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