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Ruuun Stifler... RUUUUN! (3.5 Stars cause I still think it's better than Wedding),
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This review is from: American Pie - The Naked Mile (Unrated Widescreen Edition) (DVD)
At first there was Steve. Then there was Matt. Now... there is Erik. Stiflers. And we all know how the Stiflers are. Or do we? Actually Erik is more of a normal guy than any of them. He's so normal that no one even calls him Stifler like his cousins Steve, Matt, and even Dwight. It's just plain old Erik. Who by the way is a senior AND a virgin. BLASPHEMY for the Stifler name. But it's ok for Erik, sort of. He's in love with his girlfriend of 2 years who is also a virgin, so he does what he can to help relieve the stress...if you get my drift. As time goes on though, it gets even worse for him because he is constantly getting made fun of, and as we all know, standards are black and white different for being a virgin guy or a virgin girl. After some failed attempts, Tracy (his girl) decides she still isn't ready. Though to try and make him happy, she lets him have a guilt free weekend, which is basically letting him do anything he wants. Just so happens though he's going to visit his other cousin at college... Dwight Stifler, the king of his frat house and a campus legend.
The first time I viewed this, I thought it was decent addition to the series, but now after seeing it a second time, I actually liked it a lot more the second time through. The jokes were pretty funny, but I think I just really liked the characters more than anything. Sure it can be unbelievable, but it's an American Pie movie. Erik was a little more interesting as a Stifler this time around, because it was nice to see just a normal Stifler compared to all the crazy ones we see. Of course he's still trying to get laid, but at least it's with his girlfriend instead of the whole world. And Dwight Stifler, to me, was a really cool Stifler. A lot less insane than Steve, and much cooler than Matt. He's exactly what I think of when I think of a frat house legend. Everyone wants to party with him, they basically cheer at anything he says, and he's always got some crazy sayings or ideas.
And boy is there a lot of nekidness. Lots. As for the jokes, there were plenty for sure. Not all were funny (like a certain money shot scene that involved two guys), but I did laugh quite a bit. And the midgets...oh man. Talk about stealing the scenes. They had some of the best parts. I loved how they were the arch enemies of Dwight's frat. The football game was ridiculous (it was also like 10 minutes of the film...crazy) between those two. When the main midget dude bites Dwight, and even when you KNOW it's coming, I still laughed pretty hard.
In the end, definitely give it a try. It's not that bad at all. I'm glad I own it.
P.S. - I reviewed Beta House (part 6) already in the past so give it a looky loo if you'd like.
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Initial post: Mar 25, 2009 9:36:22 AM PDT
Great review man I thought this one was ok but still good, I will check out your review for Beta House and every other review along the way. Waiting for Band Camp next.
In reply to an earlier post on Mar 25, 2009 11:09:35 AM PDT
Last edited by the author on Mar 25, 2009 11:09:47 AM PDT
M. B Cole says:
Band Camp came before this one, but it just hasnt been posted yet. Neither has American Psycho.. =\
In reply to an earlier post on Mar 25, 2009 12:37:11 PM PDT
Checking them out right now.
Posted on Mar 26, 2009 11:56:40 AM PDT
I have got to rent this! I didn't realize that there was another spin-off.
female nikidness does a body good!
Posted on Mar 29, 2009 8:17:31 PM PDT
Karen Joan says:
There is yet another one??? Who knew....
In reply to an earlier post on Mar 29, 2009 10:28:52 PM PDT
M. B Cole says:
There are 6. Beta Camp was the 6th one and is an older review of mine.
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