...at least if Disney movies contained lots of topless nudity.
The plot: A girl (Jenna Dewan), who has devoted her life to chastity and following rules, goes to college on scholarship from an organization that promotes celibacy. She inadvertently gets drunk at a party and is filmed topless by "Chicks Go Crazy" (this movie's fictional version of "Girls Gone Wild"). She and her new-found college friends embark on a journey to save her reputation and her scholarship by getting the footage back. Along the way she learns lots of lessons about life and love, and we see a lot of breasts.
Although it has lots of (attempted) college humor, the storyline is that of a typical formulaic teen movie, complete with morals and cliché moments. Sometimes it's rather painful. One scene in particular stands out in my mind, where the main character and a guy who's falling in love with her are listening to the radio and actually break out into song (clearly lip-syncing with prerecorded voices). Reminded me of Aladdin ("A Whole New World").
I think what annoyed me most was the background music, which is cornily reminiscent of typical family films ("Honey I Shrunk the Kids" came to mind specifically, for some reason). I've never seen a film that contained so much adult content and yet felt so geared towards being a family movie. I really don't know who this movie was made for. On the one hand, the story is so fluffy it seems like pubescent girls were the target demographic. On the other hand there's the raunchy college humor and frequent nudity. So I'm not really sure who they were hoping this would appeal to.
As a late edit to this comment: I wanted to mention one positive aspect of this film, and that is its message regarding "Girls Gone Wild", which was aimed perhaps at those girls who value that kind of attention. The message is delivered in true teen cliché fashion, but nevertheless, it is a decent message that I haven't seen mentioned before.