The Newest Pledge
The morning after kicking off their semester with a patriotic "stars, stripes, and strippers" party, the members of the Omega fraternity awaken to a find a baby on their doorstep. After little to no deliberation, the Omegas decide to pledge the baby. When a rival fraternity member, Rico, learns of this, he devises a plot to ruin the Omegas reputation in the eyes of the student body at Hamilton University. It's up to the Omegas to not only secure their legacy at the University, but to also raise a baby in a fraternity house. Written by Tuxedo (IMDB.com).
- Stars:Rob Steinhauser, Joseph Booton, Jason Mewes, Mindy Sterling, Barry Pearl, Michael Gavrielov, Andy Milonakis, George Snarberg, Beth Lepley, Greg Vrotsos, Nate McGarity, Kevin Nash, G.W. Bailey, Rich Rotella, Alex Kurnow,
- Director:Jason Michael Brescia,
- Writer:Jason Michael Brescia
A hard partying fraternity decides to pledge a baby that they find on their doorstep the morning after their most decadent party of the semester. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Newest Pledge torrent reviews
(br) wrote: Five Teens, Spring Break Vacation and Woods. Does it sound like every other horror out there? .... Yes but this is even worse than them! Crispin Glover plays intrigueing characters and at times i like him but when you've got a lame ass movie like this, its hard to forgive him! Although i did watch this to the predictable end. Gosh knows why!! I wouldn't bother watching this or paying any money to see it. May 3, 2010
(jp) wrote: Boring, plotless, anti-climatic. I want my time back.
(ru) wrote: It's hard to begin describing this, but I can only recommend it. Taking place in a bleak alternate version of post-WW2 Tokyo, Jin-Roh accomplishes all the things that other anime cinema movies which were hailed as the holy grail of anime didn't accomplish, or at least never accomplished so well. And Jin-Roh does it with style. The animation is very impressive, without even really trying. The story, at it's most basic is a doomed lovers tale. Jin-Roh doesn't try to shock or disgust (though there are a few very frightening violent scenes in there), but wants to make you cry genuine tears of sorrow, and succeeds in every way. The movie's approach is subtle, slow and delicate, and leaves a huge impact, exactly because it plays on a smaller scale. The fairy tale of the Little Red Riding Hood, and the image of the wolf are used throughout the movie. Apart from the main doomed lovers theme, there's also a very impressive story of betrayal and political intrigue in there, which adds a dash of suspense. In short, Jin-Roh is a wonderful piece of work, full of beauty and intelligence. It's not quite possible to make clear how strong this movie is on paper, but watching it will leave an unforgettable impression. It's a stylish tragedy that makes you think as well as makes you cry. Don't hesitate to seek this out.
(us) wrote: This fantastic drama gives you a new look on divorced families. It has a great cast, and it's also a bit funny too. I love it, and I highly recommend it.
(mx) wrote: I'm not a fan of Jimmy Cagney and didn't like him in anything I've seen him in so far but this is a really good story which is well worth a watch, even if Cagney's over acting does irk a bit. His headaches are quite infectious.
(ag) wrote: Surprisingly dark and candid and intelligent for much of it, very well-acted. Some good humor but violates expectations. My guess is the negative audience reactions are primarily because its too dark and frank for those expecting heart-warming holiday cheer throughout, and it lacks the subtitles and suicidal finales reviewers prefer.