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Animal House This movie defined the stereotype of the beer-guzzling, furniture-burning frat.

Ferris Bueller's Day Off "Life moves pretty fast. If you don't stop and look around once in awhile, you could miss it." The only thing Ferris misses in this film is his economics class. He plays hooky and roams the city, making trouble and innocently destroying expensive cars.

Say Anything When Lloyd Dobler gave Diane Court his heart, she gave him a pen. This is the post-graduation tale of a rambling nobody and a brain trapped inside the body of a game show hostess who unexpectedly fall in love.

The Breakfast Club This is the movie that made detention seem cool. Five students from different worlds are thrown together for a stereotype clash that will change their lives forever.

Old School Three men, all undoubtedly experiencing mid-life crises, decide to start their own fraternity in an off-campus house. Chaos ensues.

Rules of Attraction Sex, drugs and alcohol. What could capture the college experience better? This is the twisted tale of love triangles gone awry.

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