||P.C.U.: In the small, idyllic enclave of Port Chester University, there is an even smaller community of people determined to hold out against the fervent political correctness that has taken over their academic establishment. Known as the Pit, it is the fraternity house that serves as party HQ for those holdouts, who hail, incidentally, from all walks of life; it is also the building to which Tom (Chris Young) has been assigned to stay during his pre-freshman stay at the campus. Jeremy Piven plays Droz, his guide, the head of the frat whose daily activities include throwing meat at a bunch of protesting vegans. But things turn serious (kind of) when the school president hands the frat a bill for $7000 in damages, and the group decides to do the only thing it can: throw a party! Campus peace hangs in the balance as this one night will decide if everyone can put aside their differences and just have a good time. George Clinton and the P-Funk put in an appearance as performers at the party, and David Spade almost steals the show as the uptight, smarmy leader of the rival frat.^AIRHEADS: Chazz (Brendan Fraser), Pip (Adam Sandler), and Rex (Steve Buscemi) are the Lone Rangers, a heavy metal rock group that's going nowhere fast. Tired of playing lame gigs and trying to win over record executives, the band heads to its local radio station in a desperate attempt to have its demo played. Unfortunately, things go awry when toy guns are pulled out and mistaken for real ones in the heat of the moment, forcing the band to hold the station's employees hostage. Surrounded by the police and thousands of rock & roll fans who have flocked to the station, the boys become unlikely heroes, a voice for those who choose not to conform to corporate America. A little lighter than Michael Lehmann's dark comedy directorial debut HEATHERS, this film offers plenty of physical comedy from Michael Richards and Chris Farley as well as humorous performances from the boys in the band, Michael McKean as the station manager, and Joe Mantegna as DJ Ian the Shark. Live performances by White Zombie and the Galactic Cowboys set the tone for the film, which also boasts an impressive soundtrack.