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Revenge of the Nerds
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Directed By
Jeff Kanew

Written By:
Tim Metcalfe, Jeff Buhai

Cast:
Robert Carradine, Anthony Edwards, Timothy Busfield, Andrew Cassese, Curtis Armstrong, Larry B. Scott, Brian Tochi, Julia Montgomery, Michelle Meyrink, Ted McGinley, John Goodman, Bernie Casey


 
Revenge of the Nerds (1984)
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Movie Review by Zara
March 12th, 2007

Porky's for Nerds

I have a deep affection for nerds. I've dated them, I've had them as friends, I've even been known to make a few of them my pets. There is nothing more charming than a good nerd. They're smart enough to help you with your homework, and when you date one, they work harder in bed because most chicks won't sleep with them. But I'm getting off topic.

This is one of my biggest guilty pleasures, the story of two nerds who transition from high school into college together and find themselves pushed out of their dorm by the jocks who dominate the school. In an effort to fight back, they band together with other nerds, pledge to a fraternity, chase after the hot cheerleaders and best the jocks at their beloved series of events in the college Olympics.

The best part of the movie, of course, is the lesson at the end where you are taught that it's ok to be a nerd. It's ok to be yourself and that no one should ever make you feel sorry for being who you are. It's a great lesson for anyone to learn, nerd or no.

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