Producers Mary Ellis-Bunim and Jonathan Murray, who created MTV's pioneering reality series The Real World
, bring their psuedo-documentary style to the big screen. They scoured college towns in search of 16 diverse strangers whom they could pluck from obscurity and deposit in a glamorous house in Mexico, where all their exploits over the course of a week were taped. The unscripted result is undeniably entertaining, though calling it "reality" is a bit of a stretch: Most vacationing college students don't arrive in Cancun and get set up in a posh dwelling with beachfront view and fully stocked bar, along with their own personal tour guides. The ever-present cam...