Top 5 Spring Break Movies You’ve Got To See [VIDEO]
Ahh… Spring Break. A time to party hard, have fun, party hard, catch up with friends, and party hard. Parties are the name of the game during this much-deserved break, but eventually, sooner or later, the body will get tired of partying, even if the mind is willing. To help you recover, just sit back, relax, and enjoy a fun movie for spring break. But not just any movie will do! The best movies to enjoy during Spring Break are light hearted, humorous, and of course, about having fun! And with that being said, here are the Top 5 Spring Break Movies We Think You Will Enjoy.
Sorority Boys is not your ordinary movie about fraternities and sororities. It tells the story of three frat boys, Doofer, Dave, and Adam (played by Barry Watson, Harland Williams, Michael Rosenbaum) who get kicked out after being accused of stealing money from their fraternity. This is a problem, because by getting kicked out of the fraternity, they can’t stay in campus rent-free, so they decide the only way for them to stay is by dressing in drag, and joining a sorority! In their female alter-egos, the boys get to know the girls in the sorority, and learn a lot about themselves, just as much as they learn about the girls. It’s a feel good, funny movie for spring break that everyone will enjoy.
Superbad (2007) – Considered to be one of, if not the funniest movies to come out in 2007, Superbad is the story of high school seniors, who are also best friends, who find out that they are going to different colleges in the fall. To “end on a high note”, they seek out to find the “ultimate high school experience”, which quickly turns into a single night adventure that involves a horrific experience in a liquor store, cops, one helluva party, and in the end, the satisfaction they were looking for. This movie will have you laughing from start to finish, and will quickly rejuvenate any tired body from partying too hard this spring break!
Old School (2003) – A movie which stars comedy powerhouses Luke Wilson, Vince Vaughn, and Will Ferrell, is a sure funny hit. And this is the case with the movie Old School, a story of a middle-aged man named Mitch Martin (Luke Wilson) whose life gets turned upside down when he finds out his relationship is fake. In an effort to restore his “manhood”, Mitch’s friend, Beanie (Vince Vaughn) suggests they found a fraternity, whose house quickly becomes one of the most popular party spots on campus. But things aren’t all parties and laughs, as the movie spirals into a rollercoaster ride of madness that will surely keep you laughing all night.
National Lampoon’s Van Wilder (2002) – Van Wilder is a non-stop party movie that deals about school, love, having fun, and yes, parties. It tells the story of a college guy named Van Wilder (Ryan Reynolds) who spent his seven years in college just partying. Eventually, his father gets fed up with his antics, and cuts him off, leaving him to find a way to earn money. He and his friends decide to use his skills in partying to earn a profit. This draws the attention of one of the school’s journalists (Tara Reid), who begins investigating Van Wilder’s life. The movie then turns into a cacophony of laughs, feel good moments, and even more laughs as Van Wilder struggles to get his girl, while keeping his life in check, keeping his parties going, earning the respect of his dad, and passing school. It’s a far-fetched movie about college life, but it’s sure one very funny movie anyone will enjoy during spring break.
American Pie (1999) – American Pie is the quintessential, coming-of-age-but-with-disastrous-results movie, that tells the story of four boys who make a pact to lose their virginity right before their high school graduation. Each of them, Kevin Myers (Thomas Nicholas), Chris Ostreicher (Chris Klein), Jim Levenstein (Jason Biggs), and Paul Finch (Eddie Kaye Thomas), along with party animal friend Steve Stifler (Seann William Scott), end up going for a wild ride, as they undergo the process of trying to find themselves in the arms of the women they desire. The road isn’t easy though, as they end up experiencing a lot of trouble, from being humiliated from false rumors, to being seen in compromising positions via a webcam, to the famous (or should we say, infamous) scene involving a pie and… Well, you’ll have to find out if you haven’t seen the movie yet! American Pie is definitely a must see movie during spring break!