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Bracha van Doesburgh,
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Jean van de Velde
Danny de Munk,
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If you saw the series, this movie is going to be a disappointment. While the series were actually quite funny and sometimes even thrilling, the movie is just predictable and boring. Of course you know with this cast, that acting is not going to be great. Yet besides the acting, the story is lame. The story is just about a party the fraternity/sorority wants to give. While the series involved the power play of the board of the association, this is just about some high schoolers for the first time. This movie might be fun, while you are in first grade in high school, but once you're older than twelve, this movie will fail your expectations.
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