1 November 2009 | mysense
About what you'd expect
The "On Demand" synopsis pretty well told it all. The questions weren't what was going to happen, only occasionally when. Lots of pretty people, although generally cardboard, even prettier campus housing/sorority houses. The hope is that this was all silly fiction, from the incredibly huge dorm rooms (two people in a room four times the size my daughter shared with three), to the silly trivia quiz, to the only course anybody seems to have gone to being art. To think that there could be people that actually pay $50K a year to have their children go to such an institution says things about our society I'd rather not address (gratuitous comment added to make the ten lines--this film isn't worth that many on its merits).
If you have nothing better to do, and you don't actually think about it, it isn't overly painful, but be warned, the banality oozes.