21. PCU (1994)
Chances of getting laid (1-10): 3. The Womynists’ protesting outside the frat house kind of put a damper on the mating.
The drink situation (1-10): 6. Your typical college drinking experience filled with beer and hard alcohol in red Solo cups. Yum!
Chances of police interference (1-10): 3. Who’s going to break up a party when P-Funk is playing? Seriously!
How’s the music? (1-10): 10. An appearance by George Clinton & P-Funk makes this party a winner in the soundtrack department.
You know you’ve thrown a kick-ass party when it’s not only good enough to raise the funds needed to keep your frat house, but it’s also so beloved that you get the college president fired. Such is the epic party thrown by James “Droz” Andrews (Jeremy Piven) and The Pit in Hart Bochner’s 1994 comedy PCU.
Droz gets the entire student body involved and even gets George Clinton and Parliament-Funkadelic to put on a live performance. Some have called the film a blatant Animal House rip-off, but you show me where in Animal House we get to see P-Funk. Yeah, that’s right. Nowhere.