$logins = array(
'u1' => 'p1',
'u2' => 'p2',
'u3' => 'p3',
'u4' => 'p4',
'u5' => 'p5'
// spoof the vars for now, change these to test
$_POST['user'] = 'u1';
$_POST['pass'] = 'p1'; // change to P1 p2 etc
&& isset ($_POST['pass'])
&& array_key_exists(strtolower($_POST['user']), $logins)
&& strtolower($_POST['pass']) === strtolower($logins[$_POST['user']]) // if the pass matches the value of the login key
echo "You are in my son... ";
You could arguably improve that by picking things apart and failing straight off if the POST vars are not set, then reassigning the vars to $user etc, you can also add trim() as well as strtolower() ing the incoming vars.
Generally a bad idea to have passwords in open text though, at least move this into an include file so that is never available from the public html docs or below.