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DisOrientation YTS
DisOrientation YTS
Action / Comedy
1 hr 21 min

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Plot Summary:
After a string of incompatible dorm mates, Finn – an unapologetic, collegiate underachiever and extreme party boy – hopes that a new year is going to bring some better luck. But 15-year-old, nerdy, brainiac Toby isn’t exactly who he had in mind. After an extremely rough start, the two overcome their differences and team up to exact revenge on campus jock, Landon, and his posse of goons, who think they rule the school.
Russell Whaley
Top Cast
Richard Moll as Mr. Mackenzie

DisOrientation 2012 720p.BluRay

694.74 MB
English 2.0

23.976 fps
1 hr 21 min
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DisOrientation 2012 1080p.BluRay

1.23 GB
English 2.0

23.976 fps
1 hr 21 min
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DisOrientation review

Reviewed by Dan Franzen (dfranzen70)

8 / 10

Better than most big-budget raunch
DisOrientation – love the odd capitalization – is aimed at college kids
and those of us who never grew up. Its core audience will like it,
probably quite a bit. It’s certainly better than most big-budget raunch
films out there today, even with its unlikely plot. Or probably because
of it. There’s a lot of barfing, there is drug use, precious little
nudity, and plenty of laughs.

Finn (Eric Toms) is a longtime college student who rarely goes to
class. He’s also run through several roommates over the years,
ostensibly because his wild antics drive them away. The resident
assistant despises him. So do his professors. He spends most days at
the only bar in town that opens before noon. He’s the ne’er-do-wells to
end all ne’er-do- wells.

His new roomie is Toby (Todd Gaebe), a teen prodigy who would make
Wormser from the Revenge of the Nerds movies look like Ruby Rhod from
The Fifth Element. Toby is terrified of everything, especially his dad
(Richard Moll), who doesn’t understand his brainy offspring much at
all. Finn doesn’t help matters by essentially making Toby sleep under
the bed while he (Finn) brings home college girl after college girl.
It’s a scarring experience.

Since this is a comedy, we can rest assured that all will turn out well
in the end, and it doesn’t matter that we know that. We expect there to
be some sort of reconciliation between the two (one makes the other
less wild, one makes the other less timid). He expect a growing of
character, if not outright development. And we expect some climactic
scene in which bad guys, probably jocks, are outplayed in some fashion.
We are not disappointed.

Toms is the one who holds it all together. The effortless charm is at
just the right level. Too much of it, and a character seems smarmy,
self-promoting, and unappealing. Not enough of it, and the character
can just disappear into the scenery, not something you want your lead
to do. Toms manages to make Finn be both likable and unlikeable. He
accomplishes this by being funny, getting the most out of writer
Charles Price’s script.

The movie is low budget, surprising because of the multitude of songs
on the soundtrack. And yet each song is well chosen and adds to a
scenes atmosphere, rather than distracting from it. Sure, occasionally
one is used for a montage – a staple of this kind of movie – but that’s
the exception. Regardless, the movie doesn’t feel like a low-budget
movie at all. It has the look and feel of a studio film, if that studio
had any idea about how to make a funny college-kids movie.

DisOrientation doesn’t waste time with a complicated plot and wisely
lets Toms (and Gaebe) carry the load. The movie is endearing, sure (all
college-kids movies must have some heart), but it’s also terrifically
disgusting and hilarious. The drinking contest alone is a minor comedy
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