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So Undercover (2012) is an action-comedy movie directed by Tom Vaughan. Miley Cyrus and Jeremy Piven are among the stars of the movie, which is due in theaters on December 7, 2012. Kelly Osbourne, Megan Park, and Josh Bowman round out the cast. Cyrus is a private investigator named Molly, hence the title of the film. She works with her father (Mike O'Malley), a former police officer turned official P.I. Molly is approached by an FBI agent (Jeremy Piven) to work undercover at a university, which involves Molly's transformation from a tough private investigator to a proper sorority girl. As "Brooke Stonebridge," Molly must protect her sorority sister, Alex (Lauren McKnight). Alex's father is planning to testify against some very dangerous people, which makes her a target too. The assignment to work undercover in a sorority involves more than just a physical transformation for Molly. She receives a crash course in the university life she chose not to pursue after graduating high school. This include a set of new friends and sorority sisters, along with a heaping of college culture. Molly is eventually assigned to protect a self-confident guy named Nicholas (Josh Bowman). It turns out that Nicholas may be the hit man out to stop Alex's father from testifying. The situation is complicated when Molly finds herself falling for the guy who just might be a bad guy. Molly is determined to find out who the hit man is - and prove to herself that it's not Nicholas. Molly compiles a list of multiple suspects and proceeds to work her way through them. The time factor comes into play with the trial date rapidly approaching. The film, which is filled with plenty of comedic action scenes, follows Molly's journey to sort through suspects and deal with her feelings for Nicholas. While not comfortable with sorority life at first, Molly eventually discovers that college life isn't as bad as she once thought it to be. Maybe there is something to this whole sisterhood thing after all? The film evolves into a process of self-awareness on more than one level. Molly has to protect Alex and figure out what's what and who's who before the trail date approaches. The underlying plot of the movie is Molly's self-awareness and her budding romance with Nicholas. Matters are complicated when it looks like he might be a prime suspect. While chaotic at times, things do eventually work out in one way or another. Does romance develop? Does Molly change her perception of college life and sororities? See for yourself.