American Pie 1999 R CC

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A hysterical look at the goal of four "unlucky in love" high school friends who make the ultimate pact: lose their virginity by prom night.

Starring:
Jason Biggs, Chris Klein
Runtime:
1 hour 36 minutes

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American Pie

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Genres Romance, Comedy
Director Paul Weitz, Chris Weitz
Starring Jason Biggs, Chris Klein
Supporting actors Thomas Ian Nicholas, Alyson Hannigan, Shannon Elizabeth, Tara Reid, Eddie Kaye Thomas, Seann William Scott, Eugene Levy, Natasha Lyonne, Mena Suvari, Jennifer Coolidge, Chris Owen, Eric Lively, Molly Cheek, Lawrence Pressman, Clyde Kusatsu, Christina Milian, Woody Schultz, Casey Erklin
Studio Universal Studios
MPAA rating R (Restricted)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Rental rights 24 hour viewing period. Details
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Customer Reviews

This movie is great, funny movie.
Ryan D.
The Ventures' Walk Don't Run is used during some toilet humor.
Jorge A. Zarco
American Pie is one of the funniest films I have ever seen.
Liu

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56 of 59 people found the following review helpful By "lordnemesis21" on December 29, 1999
Format: DVD
First off I would like to say that this was the funniest movie of the year! I watched it in theaters 5 times and I laughed as hard the 5th time as I did the the 1st time. As for the unrated version there is about less than a minute more that was added here than the orginal version. If you had a choice of chooseing the rated or unrated, you cant go wrong with either of them. As for the rest of the DVD, its awesome. It has access of the greatest quotes and songs that were played in the movie. Plus, they have the video for "You Wanted More" by Tonic which I was extremely happy to see because it didn't get enough airtime on the music channels. Overall, I would say this is DVD is a good example of one of those DVDs that show what you can put on a DVD. Plus, having the trailer for Man On The Moon was a major plus!
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50 of 55 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on January 14, 2000
Format: DVD
What was the point of releasing an unrated version of this movie? The only scene that was added was Jim on the counter with the pie (and this was included in the outtakes of the rated version). Plus, the scene in the beginning involving Jim's dillema of what kind of Jim, Nadia would go for, wasn't included. To me, there wasn't much of a difference between versions. The movie itself is one of my all-time favorites and I recommend it to anyone who hasn't already seen it. It's just that there was too much hype surrounding this "unrated" version. My advice, go with the rated version instead.
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32 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Leon Land Gersing on July 16, 2001
Format: DVD
Ok, so when are the people at Universal going to release their final versions of DVD releases first? I don't see why they make us buy one version one year then a better version the next. I love this film and enjoyed the extras on the first printing, but please...Universal, stop with the dual prints! If you print one collector's, make it a collector's edition. Not a preview to a better version of the same disc.
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26 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Neural Clone on March 1, 2000
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
For years we have endured movies that follow a recipe of non offense. American Pie decided to serve dessert instead of appetizers. Offering glimpses of more realistic high school hijinx. This story makes it easy to put yourself into those embarrassing situations you may have been through or had a friend go through. American Pie is without a doubt a hilarious roast. As far as the difference between unrated and rated, unrated just gives us a more front row view to a couple scenes. If you don't own it buy the unrated version. If you already own the rated version, buying the unrated version is not necessary. American Pie, either version, is a must own DVD for any collection.
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30 of 32 people found the following review helpful By J. Grant on July 31, 2001
Format: DVD
If you bought the original DVD version that came out then you pretty much already have this "ultimate" edition. The deleted scenes, which there are only a handful, are the only real additions to the original disc. Save the twenty-two dollars and use it to go see "American Pie 2" if you already have the original. Don't let Universal milk you for twenty-two more dollars. If you don't have "American Pie" on DVD, then definitely buy this because the extras are great, just not that different from the first DVD of the movie.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By D. Litton on September 18, 2000
Format: DVD
It's lose it or loser in "American Pie," the 1999 Universal release about four high school senior boys determined to "score" with the right girl before prom night. Jim (Jason Biggs) is a teenager with an overload of hormones, trying everything from watching scrambled porn to making it to home base with an apple pie in his own kitchen. His friends, Kevin, Oz and Finch, all make a pact that they will lose their virginity by the time prom arrives, and the rest of the movie is a roller-coaster of hilarity as the four boys try each trick after another in hopes of scoring with the girls set in their sights. Supplied with a superb cast that includes "American Beauty's" Mena Suvari and Eddie Kaye Thomas from "The Rage: Carrie 2," the performances in this film are a sure-fire hit all by themselves. Screenwriter Adam Herz struck gold with the script for "American Pie," employing outrageous and sometimes subtle comedy while giving the audience something that they can relate to, whether it be through reminiscence or present experience. First-time directors Paul and Chris Weitz looked through the lens and captured one of the most enlightening and hilarious comedies of 1999, not to mention the decade. While some may think that the content of this movie is perverse and ruins the effect the movie will have on its viewers, let me take this moment to say that it only makes the film funnier, as we are able to laugh at the things that actually happen to high school adolescents all over the world. A movie that ranks up among such high-pitched comedies as "Happy Gilmore" and "Mrs. Doubtfire," "American Pie" will have you rolling in your seat with laughter from beginning to end.
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25 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Chris McCown on January 31, 2000
Format: DVD
While I found this movie hilarious when I saw it, first in theaters, and then on this "unrated special edition", I thought that the release was lacking. The producers try to push this unrated version on the consumer by advertising a plethora of bonus materials. Scenes originally deleted from the theatrical release, and a Widescreen presentation among other things. As far as I could tell however, the only thing changed from the original release is one scene, and that being a fairly minor change. The rest of the movie was exactly how I remembered it. For this, I find it rather audacious of Universal to release two different versions of the DVD, one theatrical and one unrated one, when they could have just as easily included that single cut out scene as a bonus feature in one dvd. Furthermore, the box says that the movie is presented in a widescreen 1.85:1 ratio. Not true. The movie is in a fullscreen format, which is incredibly annoying to most true movie fans. Despite these misinformities, American Pie is still a great movie and deserves to be seen. And for any die hard fan that is considering buying both the rated and unrated versions, don't. One is good, but anything else would be a waste of your time and money.
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