College The Movie: A Bad Film with a Good Soundtrack

I tuned in and out of the movie College, kind of like auditing an 8 am organic chem class. I kept on being distracted by the chicken little looking kid from American Idol, Kevin Covais, so forgive me if my overall impression of the movie is a bit off.

The only redeeming element of the movie may be the music. There are 29 songs in all, including an original score by The Transcenders, a couple by Ben Kweller and Supagroup as well as a few by artists who sound like the siblings of famous acts – Tracey Amos and Carvin Knowles. Interestingly, a number of the songs are from the same artists as Disaster Movie (released on the same day) including Sizzle C, Earl Earl and King Juju.

The videos and downloads for the songs from the movie are at ReelSoundtrack.

Here’s Penny on a Train Track by Ben Kweller:

And Let’s Get Wasted by Supagroup:


~ by montelutz on August 31, 2008.

2 Responses to “College The Movie: A Bad Film with a Good Soundtrack”

  1. Hey guys, you should check out this review from The Boston Phoenix for any “College” fans:

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