Jonas of course brings attention to the film as a big name actor and musician. James Franco also joins him as an old fraternity brother, returning to the frat for a good time. Franco again shows his skills as an actor with his hilarious 10 minute clip. If you are seeing the film because Franco is in it, don't get too excited because he is not in a lot of it. However, his part is the greatest role in the whole film so still check it out.
Overall, I have a sort of love/hate relationship with this film because it is so brutally honest. I was physically cringing at some scenes because of their uncomfortableness, whether it was nudity or abuse. I loved that the film was so real and reflective on the problems with the college greek system. Yet, I hated that I was forced to watch innocent people being put through such a terrible process for rushing the fraternity. Congratulations Andrew Neel, you certainly got your point across with this one!
The Bottom Line: Its often brutal and cringeworthy, but it is also a reflection of the pressures that young people face in life.