In a house full of guys who love to drink, party, dance, and hit on chicks– you don't expect to ever find any peace and quiet there. But, in reality that is not the case. A normal day at the frat house involves playing video games, eating pizza, and studying. One really fun thing to do with all your frat brothers to bond is to watch a movie. To have a fun night in, grab some food, call all the bros, and watch one of these great 6 bro movies you can watch at the frat house!
"Dog Day Afternoon"
"Dog Day Afternoon", is one of the greatest Al Pacino classics of all time. It is the ultimate bro movie. In "Dog Day Afternoon", Al Pacino plays Sonny, a bank robber. It is based on a true story of a bank robbery that took place in the 1970's in New York City. Although Sonny is taking everyone in the bank hostage and asking for all the money in the bank, you develop a sweet spot for Sonny. With a few twists and turns in the plot, "Dog Day Afternoon" will keep all the frat brothers entertained. Plus, what guy doesn't love a movie with guns, suspense, and the future Godfather?
Chances are that you and frat brothers have already seen "The Godfather". But the glorious thing about "The Godfather" is that you can watch it a million times and every time you'll find something new each time. For those of you rare gems that have not seen "The Godfather", it is a tale revolving around the mafia. It shows the world how the mafia really operates, what family means, and how you get pulled into that world even though you never wanted it. The movies have some of the greatest actors of all time, Al Pacino, Marlon Brando and Robert Di Nero.
Every frat house an alpha dog– a guy that likes to take control and delegate. "Alpha Dog" is another movie based on real events. A drug dealer ends up kidnapping young high school student to settle a score. Things take a bunch of crazy turns and people end up losing their minds. Another great thing about "Alpha Dog" are the girls. Unlike "Dog Day Afternoon" and "The Godfather", "Alpha Dog" has sexy scenes with actresses like Sharon Stone and Amanda Seyfried. Other stars on set included Justin Timberlake and Emile Hirsch.
"Harold and Kumar go to White Castle"
Want to take a break from serious guns and bros movies? In that case, watch this hilarious bro movie that will keep you and all your frat brothers laughing throughout. "Harold and Kumar" is a hilarious movie about two guys, fresh out of college. Because of their love for recreational drugs, their night to find White Castle spins way out of control. They come into contact with hillbillies, gunmen, and even a cheetah at one point! If you're going to watch this movie, you might as well call over some girls too. Even your sister sorority would enjoy this comedy.
This list would be utterly incomplete without "Fight Club". This movie, now a classic, has two of our favorite actors, Brad Pitt and Edward Norton. Pitt plays Tyler Durden, a strange man that enters Norton's life. Together they create an all-male club called "Fight Club". But, the number one rule of Fight Club is that you do not talk about Fight Club. Slowly, their club gains more power in their city, letting them do whatever they please. This movie has one of the best twists in a plot we have ever seen.
"Say hello, to my little friend!" Who hasn't heard that famous line, or even used it once or twice in their own lives? In "Scarface", Al Pacino plays Tony Montana, a criminal who starts working for a drug lord in Miami. This film has everything a good bro movie needs– violence, sex, and drugs. However, what really puts "Scarface" on the map is Al Pacino's riveting performance. It is best to keep the sorority girls away for this one guys; unless they enjoy watching blood being spilled at every turn.