91% of people can't name these College Movies from a single image! Can you?

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College movies are a glimpse into college that might have you scratching your head asking, "Did I go to the wrong school?" With gut-wrenching laughter, underdog tales, and first love, college movies tug at our hearts and emotions as viewers are brought back to the good old days. How many of these college movies can you identify from a screenshot?

Multi-platinum rap superstars Redman and Method Man smoke something magical that help them to ace their college exams and wind up at Harvard. Relax and enjoy this teenage comedy with a lot of sometimes lame, sometimes hilarious jokes.

Beautiful college girls look for love during their spring break in Florida. On their search for romance and adventure, they have plenty of fun and good times together, but at the end, their trip becomes much more serious.

The smart, involving, and sometimes heartbreaking story of a working-class kid from Boston, Good Will Hunting is a real masterpiece. Matt Damon was producing, writing and starring in “Good Will Hunting,” a lot of the lines in the movie were improvised, and Casey Affleck basically created his own character through improvisation, yet, this movie looks perfectly complete. Many critics call it one of the Robin Williams' greatest films.

In this black comedy film, two freshmen realize that they will be kicked out of school soon because of their poor grades. Their only hope of passing is to find a roommate who will kill himself, because of a weird college rule that states a suicide victim's roommates automatically get straight A's.

High school senior, Marlon, is in love with his smart classmate, Jessica. However, in order to be with her, he has to find a way to get into her college. It won't be easy since Marlon's grades are hardly impressive, but he is so desperately in love that he is ready to give it a try and win over the college admissions committee.

High school senior, Bartleby "B" Gaines, is on his way to scoring eight out of eight rejection letters from colleges when he and his friends decide to open their own university. However, they do their job so well that many people start to apply to their fake South Harmon Institute of Technology...

"The Social Network" is a spellbinding story about Harvard undergrad and computer genius Mark Zuckerberg - in 2003, he begins work on a new idea that eventually turns into the popular social network known as Facebook.

An over-protective, caring father, James drives his teenage daughter, Melanie, to a college interview in Washington, D.C. Along the way, they encounter all sorts of problems and find new friends.

A college football coach tries to help his troubled team to win the big game. To do that, he has to recruit some young, promising players out of high school and teach them everything he knows.

Ryan and Jennifer meet when they are both about 12 and instantly dislike each other. They carry on a love-hate relationship for the next 10 years, but when they meet in college, the uptight Ryan and the free-spirited Jennifer find out that they complete each other. This helps them to develop a rare friendship they both enjoy, until they finally sleep with each other, with disastrous results.

"Pitch Perfect" became an instant classic with catchy songs, hilarious cast, and unforgettable jokes. the hit movie was inspired by a book based on real events. So if you thought the real-life world of college acapella groups could not possibly be so intense, then you need to pick up writer Mickey Rapkin's "Pitch Perfect: The Quest for Collegiate A Cappella Glory." The 2008 book chronicled the intense college extracurricular activity and inspired many scenes in the original film.

A 1985 low-budget American sex comedy, "Fraternity Vacation" tells the story of a nerd who gains the friendship of two of his frat brothers. When his dad offers them his condo for the week in Palm Springs, they all decide to go on vacation there determined to find the perfect blonde.

Despite being the constant target of jokes and humiliation from the university football team players, the shy waterboy, Bobby Boucher, loves his job and thinks helping dehydrated athletes is life's greatest calling.

The uneducated self-made millionaire encourages his son to go to college by signing up as a student himself. Even though he makes college life for his son ever more difficult, they both teach each other a few important things and become closer along the way.

"Down to You" is a romantic film about losing first love. This debut film from writer and director Kris Isacsson, a teen-themed movie about first love, marked a change of pace for Miramax Films, which normally produced only grown-up films.

The Van Wilder saga surprisingly continues without ... Van Wilder himself. Taj - the only character you've seen in the first movie - has graduated from Coolidge College. To further his "education," he flies to England to attend Camford University where he becomes head of a house of student misfits. There he tries to establish his own society to become cool again and cement his reputation as the "Sultan of Sheets."

Todd Barrett , an Arizona State University student, desperately needs money for tuition in this 1987 teen comedy. In order to make some extra cash, he recruits his handsome friend, Bret, to pose for a series of photographs. The enterprising Todd uses the photos to print a calendar that quickly becomes a hit.

In this brilliant movie, a homeless man will teach a stuffy, arrogant student a few important lessons about life while holding the only copy of his 100-page thesis hostage.

When a typical Midwestern 18-year-old college freshman discovers that school is not the beer-driven, sexual fantasy he always imagined, he feigns being gay in order to score with a hot coed.

The typical teenage movie about the college party scene, this film was widely panned by critics, many saying the movie was unfunny, unoriginal and derivative. It also holds only a 5% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

A freshman in NY accepts a job with a local mobster who resembles a famous cinema godfather. Carmine Sabatini (Marlon Brando), who turns out to be a Mafia boss, takes the young man under his wing demanding only one thing - total loyalty.

When Shelley is unceremoniously evicted from the Playboy Mansion, she meets a group of girls who give her a new purpose in life - she becomes the house mother for their sorority.

Amanda Bynes stars in this fun comedy as Sydney White, a tomboy who arrives at Southern Atlantic University in order to pledge her late mother's sorority. The sisterhood has changed a lot since her parents' day and now the girl is determined to win equal rights for nerds and popular students alike.

Charming, smart, and mature teen comedy, "The Sure Thing" features a breakout role for John Cusack. It's a classic movie about love, hate, friendship, and everything in between that will surely win your heart. A must-see!

Family man Phil Weston, who suffered from his father's competitive nature all his life, takes on the coaching duties of a kids' soccer team only to find out that he is a lot like his father. By the way, many of the names on the kids' jerseys are the names of crew members who made this movie.

Eddy and Stuart share their dormitory suite. However, due to a bureaucratic mistake, a woman named Alex is also added to their room. At first, they don't get along, but soon Alex falls for Eddy, Stuart lusts after Alex, and Eddy realizes he's attracted to Stuart...

National Lampoon's "Pledge This!" is a 2006 American comedy film starring Paris Hilton, who was also an executive producer. The movie was originally marketed to a younger audience who liked the tabloid queen, but the number of offensive jokes, sex, swear language etc. makes this comedy more suitable for adults who miss their good old days in college.

"Legally Blonde" was inspired by the novel of the same title by Amanda Brown. When a fashionable blonde who is obsessed with pink and fluffy things decides to follow her ex-boyfriend to law school, she realizes there is more to her than just looks.

Offering the most accurate picture of campus life, "Wonder Boys" is a 2000 movie about a 50-ish English professor named Grady Tripp who wrote his award winning "Great American Novel" seven years earlier and now, everyone believes has writer's block. All key scenes in this movie feature either actual bridges of Pittsburgh or a depiction (painting, photo, or billboard) of a random bridge in the background. As director Curtis Hanson explained later, all of these bridges are meant to represent the fact that so many of the film's characters are at a point in their lives at which they have to make important decisions.

Shot in 17 days with a ridiculously small budget, "Love and Other Catastrophes" is a great campus comedy about love, roommates, professors, sex, and paying your overdue library fine in order to switch majors. The movie is set and filmed at Melbourne University, where its director, Emma-Kate Croghan, studied writing and film directing. The film was nominated for five awards in Australia.

This American biographical sports film stars Sean Astin as Rudy Ruettiger, a guy who wants to play football at the University of Notre Dame, but has no money for tuition. He is also not an A-student to qualify for a scholarship, but he is determined to get out of the steel mill where his father works and is ready to fight his way onto the school's fabled football team.

While selected college students participate in a night-long scavenger hunt, they invade a minigolf course, an observatory, a brewery, and learn a few important lessons about themselves along the way.

"Pumpkin" is an unusual dark comedy for teens that stars Christina Ricci as Carolyn McDuffy, the member of a sorority house that dreams of becoming Sorority of the Year. In order to score some extra points, the house decides to coach "special people" - handicapped and mentally challenged athletes. One of them is Pumpkin Romanoff (Hank Harris), a student who is both mentally and physically challenged, and who instantly falls in love with Carolyn.

This is the only National Lampoon film to become so popular. The movie is not only hilariously funny, but is also one of the most influential - and recognizable - college comedies of all time. More money was spent on advertising and promoting the film than the film itself. It was released at the same time as the big name franchises like "Jaws 2," "The Bad News Bears Go to Japan," and "The Revenge of the Pink Panther." "Animal House" would eventually make more money than those three films combined.

Don't confuse this movie with "Spring Breakers" (2012) starring James Franco, Vanessa Hudgens, Selena Gomez, Ashley Benson, and Rachel Korine. "Spring Break" is a teenage classic that inspired all those Spring Break-type movies that followed.

"National Lampoon's Van Wilder" is a romantic comedy for teens that follows the misadventures of its lead character, Van Wilder, a seventh=year senior who has made his goal in life to help undergrads at Coolidge College.

Luke McNamara (Joshua Jackson) finally gets invited to join the prestigious secret college organization, The Skulls. But he soon comes to realize just how powerful The Skulls organization really is. This psychological thriller was inspired by some conspiracy theories surrounding Yale University's Skull and Bones student society.

"PCU" is the classic tale of anti-political-correctness that accurately predicted the future. Released in 1994, it showed what would happen to higher education — and the entire country — 20 years after its release.

Three friends attempt to recreate their glory days in college by opening up a fraternity near their alma mater and turning the place into a wild party pad.

To achieve his dream of attending Harvard and win a scholarship, a pampered teen pretends to be black on his application form. When he's accepted, he needs to change his hair, skin, and speech to conceal his true identity. The guy who thought that going through law school as a minority would be really easy, soon begins experiencing racism and realizes​ that everything is much more complicated that he thought.

32 years later, this Val Kilmer comedy is still the rare geek solidarity film that nerd culture loves. Even though "Real Genius" inspired a few nerd movies, this 1985 movie is a nerd classic and absolute favorite. This movie was loosely - very very very loosely - inspired by actual events that took place when university students were working to crack laser technology.

Starring Colin Hanks and Jack Black, this 2002 comedy film tells the story of a smart, promising high-school student who decided to go to Stanford. However, his guidance counselor messes it up by accidentally sending the wrong transcript with his college application. Jack Black is writer Mike White's next-door neighbor. His role in the movie was written specifically for him.

In this hilarious 2000 comedy, four college buddies embark on a crazy 1,800-mile road trip. Although there is no actual Ithaca University, the writers of "Road Trip" are both are alumni of Ithaca College in Ithaca, NY, and the movie is partly based on their time there. However, the university in the opening scene is actually Harvard University.

Nick De Angelo (Rob Lowe), an American hustler working in a Las Vegas casino, falls in love with wealthy Lady Victoria Wingate (Amanda Pays). In order to win her heart, he follows her to England and tries to find his way into Oxford University.

If you like teenage humor, college movies, and dirty jokes, this is definitely your movie. Slackers (2002) is a story of three buddies who are about to graduate from Holden University with Honors​ in lying and cheating. However, right before graduation, they are about to be busted by the most unlikely dude.

The word nerd evolved a lot since this 1980s classic was released. If back then the film’s cast was embarrassed to be in the movie, simply because it had the four-letter word in the title, being a nerd is now cool and the new sexy - check out "The Big Bang Theory" or "Sherlock" and see for yourself.

In this hysterically funny 2002 comedy, three guys dress up as women to prove their innocence for a crime they did not commit. A sloppy, frat boy movie, "Sorority Boys" is full of gags and sex jokes.

"The Rules of Attraction" is focused on a weird romantic triangle between a drug dealer, bisexual guy, and his ex-girlfriend in an affluent New England liberal arts college in the 80's.

This time, our favorite nerds are going to Fort Lauderdale, Florida, to attend a national fraternity convention. Unfortunately, Alpha Beta is also there and want to get even.

In this classic 1998 comedy film, a young college student becomes a guinea pig for a drug which promises to heighten all his senses. A secret experiment gave him super senses, but then came the side-effects.

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