The House Bunny
My limited experience with Happy Madison, Adam Sandler’s production company, has not been pleasant. For example, “Click,” with its juvenile humor and manipulative plot, tops my list of worst films of all time. So when my friends dragged me to Happy Madison’s latest feature, “The House Bunny,” my instincts told me to bail.
I should have listened to my instincts.
“The House Bunny” follows Shelley (Anna Faris), a Playboy Bunny who has just been kicked out of the mansion. In search of a new home, she finds a pair of college sororities: Zeta, a small group of unattractive misfits looking for enough pledges to keep their house; and Phi Iota Mu, a large, popular sorority whose house mother and leader seek to destroy Zeta because its members are … unattractive misfits.
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