The 'guilty pleasure' R-rated film was an unexpected major hit - and the first of many other successors.It provided star-making roles for many young actors (John Belushi, Kevin Bacon, Tom Hulce, Tim Matheson, Stephen Furst, and Karen Allen).
Instead keep the convo moving by making funny observations.
("Do you ever accidentally make eye contact with the people stopped next to you at a red light? ") Don't worry about silences — you can always default to talking about what's playing on his i Pod.
It set the standard for many subsequent teen comedies in the 1980s and after.
Following the film was a TV series titled Delta House (1979).
If you want to go out again, let him know by bringing up something you talked about earlier ("So when do I get to beat you at Guitar Hero? If he's interested in you, you'll probably hear from him by the end of the day.
In the meantime, enjoy the rush you get after an awesome date — it's exciting to know anything could happen next!
The quintessential college frat party film was set at fictional Faber College in 1962 in the misfit Delta Tau Chi fraternity house - known for debauchery, drinking, and other misadventures (including a toga party, which soon became a raging phenomenon). You'll never get a better chance." Angel: "If you lay one finger on that poor sweet helpless girl, you'll despise yourself forever...
It pitted the fraternity in a madcap war against administrators and some ROTC members. I'm proud of you, Lawrence." Devil: "You homo."Director Walerian Borowczyk's erotic, well-photographed arthouse film was based upon notorious French author Stendhal's Roman Walks (or Promenades Dans Romanes).
This very popular, low-brow, 'gross-out' anarchistic comedy from National Lampoon and director John Landis was the first big-studio comedy of its kind aimed specifically at the teen and college demographic.