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This College Essentials DVD collection includes three films fit for scholars and slackers alike. Partying 101 focuses on appreciating the true joy of getting drunk with your best friends with the films BIO-DOME, BACK TO SCHOOL, and PCU!

BIO-DOME: They're weird, they're wild...and they're going totally environmental! Two deadbeat dudes are about to trade beer and pizza for soymilk and tofu in this outrageously funny comedy from the producers of Dumb and Dumber.

BACK TO SCHOOL: Rodney Dangerfield (Caddyshack) stars as an aging millionaire reedy to turn college freshman in this uproarious college classic that guarantees "the smile will never quite leave your face" (UCLA Daily Bruin)!

PCU: Jeremy Piven and David Spade are a laugh riot in the rowdiest campus movie since Animal House! With all the new social rules on political correctness, the only fun place left at Port Charles University is an outlawed, underground fraternity house, where the members are lazy, lawless and loud...and determined to turn PCU back into the party school it was meant to be!


Studio Mgm Entertainment
SKU 204687045
UPC 027616083562
UPC 14 00027616083562
Format DVD
Release Date 8/12/2008
Aspect Ratio
Anamorphic Widescreen/Standard  1.85:1/1.33:1 [4:3]
Name Dangerfield,Rodney
Link Search Link
Cast & Crew
Alan Metter - [Back] Director
Burt Young - [Back] Actor
David Spade - [PCU] Actor
Hart Bochner - [PCU] Director
Jason Bloom - [Bio-Dome] Director
Jeremy Piven - [PCU] Actor
Joey Lauren Adams - [Bio-Dome] Actor
Jon Favreau - [PCU] Actor
Kylie Minogue - [Bio-Dome] Actor
Megan Ward - [PCU] Actor
Pauly Shore - [Bio-Dome] Actor
Robert Downey, Jr. - [Back] Actor
Rodney Dangerfield - [Back] Actor
Sally Kellerman - [Back] Actor
Stephen Baldwin - [Bio-Dome] Actor
ReviewSource San Francisco Chronicle
Review [Bio-Dome] With ``Bio-Dome,'' America faces the very real prospect that Pauly Shore is the most annoying comic alive. In his new movie, which opened yesterday, he is joined by the second-most annoying: Stephen Baldwin, as his way-dumbed-down sidekick...There have been other annoying people in movies, from the Three Stooges to Jerry Lewis to Jim Varney. But each had some redeeming quality. Shore possesses only two talents -- his ability to assume yoga-like positions and fondle his own behind, and his mystifying knack for getting starring roles in bad movies...``Bio-Dome'' wants to be a spoof of tree-huggers and other environmental types, but it never gets firm footing on anything funny. A couple of dumb gags sort of work -- Doyle shooting a dead jackrabbit, already road-killed, along the highway, and a trip to madness by the head Bio-Dome scientist, William Atherton, who's always wearing a rakish cashmere scarf...The film's best moment is the opening title sequence, a collage of rapid-fire flying images and flung letters propelled by the rock song ``Adirectional'' by Fourth Grade Nothing.
Reviewer Peter Stack
ReviewRating 6
ReviewSource The Washington Post
Review [PCU] The rowdiest kids on campus prove they've got plenty of pluck but little imagination in "PCU," a so-so caper in the spirit of "National Lampoon's Animal House." Though 16 years have passed since John Belushi and the Delts bedeviled Dean Wormer, this film's scenario is nearly identical...Written by Adam Leff and Zak Penn, both alumni of Wesleyan, the movie was inspired by their experiences at the college, which is known for its hidebound liberalism. Leff and Penn, who were among the many authors of "Last Action Hero," demonstrate a facility for the language of their generation and a gently satiric tone that was lost in the Schwarzenegger fiasco. The film's plot, however, is only an excuse for food fights -- here the Pit crew pelts protesting vegetarians with meat patties. It's funny stuff, but it misses the lingering adolescent rage that propels the best madcap kids' comedies...Directed by actor Hart Bochner, a frosh behind the camera, "PCU" lacks energy on both sides of the lens. It has an appealing but mostly forgettable cast of newcomers, but is sorely lacking a comic with the physical genius of the late Belushi. Hurling burgers simply cannot compare with impersonating an exploding pimple.
Reviewer Rita Kempley
ReviewRating 7
ReviewSource Chicago Sun-Times
Review [Back] The campus characters are predictable, but well-cast. Sally Kellerman is the sexy English teacher, Paxton Whitehead is the Anglophile business teacher and Ned Beatty is the venal administrator, always referred to as Dean Martin. Dangerfield takes the "drinks for everybody" approach, throwing his money around and hiring expensive coaches to help him pass his classes. Kurt Vonnegut Jr. turns up as a paid expert on his own work. Meanwhile, young Jason learns how to be a big man on campus...This is exactly the sort of plot Marx or Fields could have appeared in. Dangerfield brings it something they might also have brought along: a certain pathos. Beneath his loud manner, under his studied obnoxiousness, there is a real need. He laughs that he may not cry...Dangerfield has been looking for a movie style for a couple of years now. The problem with his last movie, "Easy Money," was that he wanted to seem like a basically nice guy. He isn't a nice guy. Or at least, when he is nice, there is nothing simple about his niceness. The interesting achievement of "Back to School" is its ability to make those contradictions part of the character.
Reviewer Roger Ebert
ReviewRating 8
DVD, Sensormatic
Product Attributes
Actor Dangerfield,Rodney
Label Mgm Entertainment
Music Format DVD
Video Format DVD
Bill Clark, From the Balcony [Back] Dangerfield's best cinematic offering, but it's the late Sam Kinison's cameo that steals the show.
Cherryl Dawson and Leigh Ann Palone, [PCU] It's probably politically incorrect to like this movie, but hey, it made me laugh.
Clint Morris, MovieHole [PCU] An absolute blast!
Edward Mielke, [Bio-Dome] ...a great family movie.
Gerry Shamray, Sun Newspapers of Cleveland [Back] Hilarious Dangerfield vehicle.
Hal Hinson, The Washington Post [Bio-Dome] ...includes bizarre stuff of every imaginable kind.
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