When two freshmen pledges are accepted into the biggest party frat on campus (ALPHA HOUSE), they think they have it all. That is, until the assistant dean forces the Alphas to share their ... See full summary »
Heather Paige Cohn,
Matt spends the night with a girl in an elevator during power outage in a girls' college dorm. He never sees her. Waking up in the morning, panties are all that's left of her. How does he find her in a building with 100 girls?
Utterly disappointed by their relationship skills and the ongoing rejection from girls of their own age, a motley quartet of college slackers with raging hormones decide to set their sights on a relatively easier target: the typical sexy and more than willing to help, MILF. After all, mums do know best; however, when an overzealous member engages in a clandestine affair with an off-limits mother, lifelong friendships will be put to the test. Can the boys survive the betrayal?Written by
Every time the guys look through the peep hole, the view is unobstructed. But when their neighbor notices it for the first time, he has to lift up part of the poster which had been blocking it. See more »
There is only one redeeming quality to Milf and that was the performance of Jack Cullison, who has a natural likability and he tries very hard with his barely developed role. Everything else is dire from start to finish. The rest of acting is atrocious with most either over-acting or can't do anything with their roles, while Phillip Marlett is incredibly irritating and Molinere Green only seems to have one expression. They are not helped by their obnoxious and cardboard-cut-out characters and childish and painfully unfunny script, nor by the paper-thin and structurally all-over-the-place story. The sex scenes are unsubtly gratuitous, often Milf read too much like a porn movie, the music is generic just seems to be there with no purpose, the direction didn't look as though it was even there at all and while there are visually cheaper films out there everything just looks too bright and ordinary. All in all, Cullison aside Milf was a dire movie. And just before anybody defending it jumps on my back, I knew what I was expecting beforehand but was hoping that Milf would do something that was watchable. I'm sorry but I found it sloppily executed, thinly plotted, unfunny, distasteful, atrociously acted and annoying, and there was no excuse for that no matter how hard you try to convince me otherwise. 2/10 Bethany Cox
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