Old School

Old School is a 2003 American comedy film directed by Todd Phillips and produced by Daniel Goldberg, Joe Medjuck, Todd Phillips and Alan Reitman.  The screenplay was written by Todd Phillips and Scot Armstrong and is based on the story by Court Crandall, Todd Phillips and Scot Armstrong.

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Rated:  PG-13 (movie contains some strong sexual content, nudity and language)
Run Time:  1h 28min
Release Date:  February 21, 2003 (USA)
Genre:  Comedy
Director:  Todd Phillips
Studio:  DreamWorks Pictures




Old School stars Luke Wilson, Will Ferrell, Vince Vaughn, Jeremy Piven, Ellen Pompeo, Juliette Lewis, Leah Remini, Perrey Reeves, Craig Kilborn, Elisha Cuthbert, Seann William Scott, Matt Walsh, Artie Lange, Bryan Callen, James Carville, Andy Dick, Snoop Dog, Patrick Cranshaw, Todd Phillips and Rob Corddry.

Old School is the story of Mitch Martin (Luke Wilson), an attorney who upon returning from a business trip early, discovers his girlfriend Heidi (Juliette Lewis) participating in a gang bang orgy with a variety of people in their apartment.  She explains that it is purely sexual but Mitch feels like his world has come undone and decides to end the relationship and move into a new place.  Mitch finds a house near the campus of Harrison University, his former alma matter.

Meanwhile, one of Mitch’s best friends, Frank (Will Ferrell), is getting married and Mitch encounters his high school crush, Nicole (Ellen Pompeo) at the wedding party but he is drunk and spills a drink on her and doesn’t make much of an impression on her.  Mitch’s other best friend Bernard (Vince Vaughn) owns a chain of electronic stores and Frank and Bernard decide to throw a party to get Mitch out of his funk and set up an event at Mitch’s new house and hang posters all over campus for what they term Mitch-A-Palooza and invite Snoop Dog to play at the party.  The party is a huge success and puts Mitch and his friends on top of the campus social scene.

However, the party was out of control and is brought to the attention of the college dean, Gordon Prichard (Jeremy Piven), who just happens to know the three from High School.  Dean Prichard then does his best to get Mitch thrown off campus and uses the fact that the residence is not school related as the excuse to evict them.  The crafty friends decide to start a fraternity in the house in an attempt to recapture their glory days and keep Mitch located on campus.

Movie Quotes

“We’re going streaking!” – Frank 
“Don’t beat yourself up over this, Mitch. It’s not your fault. Dammit, Blue was old. That’s what old people do. They die.” – Bernard

“I wasn’t looking for a girl like that.” – Mitch
“Well, Columbus wasn’t looking for America, my man, but that turned out to be pretty okay for everyone.” – Bernard

“True love is hard to find , sometimes you think you have true love and then you catch an early flight home from San Diego and a couple of nude people jump out of your bathroom blindfolded like a goddamn magic show ready to double team your girlfriend.” – Mitch

Official Movie Trailer

Movie Stars

Luke Wilson as Mitch

Will Ferrell as Frank

Vince Vaughn as Beanie

Jeremy Piven as Prichard

Ellen Pompeo as Nicole

Juliette Lewis as Heidi

Leah Remini as Lara

Perrey Reeves as Marissa

Craig Killborn as Mark

Elisha Cuthbert as Darcie

Seann William Scott as Peppers

Matt Walsh as Walsh

Artie Lange as Booker

Bryan Callen as Waiter

James Carville as Himself

Andy Dick as Barry

Snoop Dog as Himself

Patrick Cranshaw as Blue

Todd Phillips as Gang Banger

Rob Corddry as Warren