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American Pie Presents: Band Camp (Unrated Full Screen Edition)

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Get ready for the wildest, most hilarious slice of American Pie ever! This time around, the bad-boy antics of Stifler's younger brother Matt get him sentenced to a summer at…Band Camp! Join the fun as the "Stiffmeister" legend reaches outrageous new heights with hot camp counselors, ultra-steamy hidden cameras and a stimulating encounter with a certain musical instrument. Co-starring "Jim's Dad," Eugene Levy, and an irresistible cast including a pair of Playmates, it's a Pie-style party you'll never forget!

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A spin-off rather than a sequel, Band Camp is the fourth entry in the American Pie franchise, but the first without the original cast. Instead a new trash-talking teen takes the lead. His name is Matt (Tad Hilgenbrinck) and he's Steve Stifler's younger brother (and despite the dark hair, Hilgenbrinck does resemble Seann William Scott--without the impish charm). There's nothing the football playing party boy hates more than bandies, the geeky members of the high school band. After he gets caught "punking" his favorite victims, he's sent to the guidance counselor, a redheaded gent known as the Sherminator (Chris Owen), who recommends band camp as penance. Since Steve has moved on to become a Girls Gone Wild impresario, Matt decides he'll make his own R-rated opus, "Bandies Gone Wild." This means spying on the well endowed camp counselors and other unwitting campers while they're showering, sunbathing, etc. When the not-so-bright triangle player gets caught yet again, his new friends abandon him, leading Stiffmeister Jr. to believe he just may have gone too far. Band Camp, which was released straight to DVD, plays more like Porky's than American Pie, and features Eugene Levy as Mr. Levenstein, AKA "Jim's Dad," the camp's conflict resolution officer and ex-porn star Ginger Lynn Allen as the camp nurse. --Kathleen C. Fennessy

Special Features

  • Outtakes
  • Deleted Scenes
  • Band Camp Dirty Diary
  • Poolside with the Playmates
  • Band Camp's Dirty Secrets
  • Rover Cam Uncut!
  • Band Camp Girls: The Music Video
  • Unrated Love Lessons with Ginger Lynne

  • Product Details

    • Actors: Matt Baker, Matt Barr, Sean Briskey, Jasmine Dustin, Jason Earles
    • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, Full Screen, Subtitled, NTSC
    • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1), French (Dolby Digital 5.1), Spanish (Dolby Digital 5.1)
    • Subtitles: French, Spanish
    • Dubbed: French, Spanish
    • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
    • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
    • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
    • Number of discs: 1
    • Rated:
      NR
      Not Rated
    • Studio: Universal Studios Home Entertainment
    • DVD Release Date: December 26, 2005
    • Run Time: 95 minutes
    • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (90 customer reviews)
    • ASIN: B000BT9718
    • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #184,441 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
    • Learn more about "American Pie Presents: Band Camp (Unrated Full Screen Edition)" on IMDb

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    Format: DVD
    When a movie comes out strait to video there is usually a reason, and this was one of those. This was not the fourth instalment in the American Pie series, but more of a spin-off. It's unfortunate that a triology like American Pie has this trying to ride on it's coat tails.

    Here we see the younger brother of American Pie's Steve Stiffler, Matt Stiffler, who is following in his older brother's footsteps. His bad behavior at school has resulted in a discipline action: go to band camp this summer or be expelled. Whoa to the innocents at band camp who are there to feel the wrath of Matt's evil nature. Matt plots to make the best of his band camp experience by filming a Girls Gone Wild type video to sell and make him rich. Naturally, Stiffler meets a wonderful girl amidst the quirky, somewhat awkward characters who he tries to clean up his act to have her actually like him. But he gives into his wants by pulling pranks (the ipecac syrip on the band instruments), is discovered, and emerges from band camp having learned his lessons.

    This started off with an alright premiss, but it quickly fell flat. The American Pie movies set the bar, but we already knew what was going to happen thanks to the other three movies. The lead, Matt, was actually a dead ringer for the guy who played Stiffler in the original Pie movies, even though he has darker hair and features. But, the first Stiffler did it before. And where are the sex games that Michelle kept talking about that all the band camp geeks do!?! That's why we rented this movie to begin with!

    Meh, it's alright, but don't take it too seriously.
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    Pay no mind to the reviewers who haven't actually seen this movie and are criticizing because the original cast isn't in this, because it's actually a worthy addition to the series.

    It has more HEART than any on the movies in the series and UNLIKE AMERICAN WEDDING (which was more of a sequel to JACKASS than AMERICAN PIE), remembered that American Pie was a popular series because of the SEX and not the gross out jokes. Although it did manage to get some of those gross out jokes in there.

    Really, the only thing that keeps this movie down is the fact that they weren't given a very big budget. For the amount of money that they had to make this, I think they did a very good job and the mostly original cast managed to be funny, relatable, appealing and should be commended for delivering a worthy addition to the series.

    The movie revolves around Stiffler's brother Matt, played by Tad Hilgenbrink, who is trying to live up to his brothers reputation by making a peeping Tom video while being forced to go to Band Camp as a punishment for tormenting the Band.

    The Band's leader, Elyse, played by Arielle Kebbel, was also a nice addition to the American Pie women. She's fun to watch with her innocent smile and budding sexuality.

    The women are attractive too. Although they had small parts, Rachel Veltri and Carla Alaponte are stunners.

    The story is sort of typical, but surprisingly had a lot of nice twists that weren't typical. Some nice surprises and a nice wrinkle of an ending.

    After American Wedding spent nearly its entire 103 minutes doing gross out jokes that were more typical of JACKASS than the original American Pie, it was really refreshing to see Band Camp return the series to its true form and explore the hilarious side of teen sex with all its immaturities and vulnerablilities.

    Band Camp is a worthy edition to my DVD collection.
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    Format: DVD Verified Purchase
    The only reason for watching this DVD is to see the extremely beautiful Tad Hilgenbrinck; he and James Marsden "Death at a Funeral" are the most gorgeous guys. Tad the younger and James, an extremely well preserved, older hunk. They both have bodies and faces to die for. The more nudity the better. There are some shots of Tad in various states of undress, but never enough. I can't find any more DVDs of tad unclad. The award-winning band song is draggy and quickly becomes obnoxious so much so that I can't bear to listen to its final performance. Bought lt on Amazon.
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    This movie rocked. I just loved it. AP:BC was a nice addition to all three AP films. Yes, a spin-off more than a sequel, but, it still let us know that it had to do witht the others. It told us in references about Jim and Michelle, and, of course, ol' Steve. Also, Eugene Levy as Jim's dad and the Sherminator as the school counselor reprise their roles. Tad Hilgenbrink (if I spelled that right) did annoy me at first. I thought to myself that this guy is going to embarrass himself trying to act like Sean William Scott's character of his older brother. But, ya know what, after like only 10 minutes into the film, Tad as Matt Stiffler grew on me. I really enjoyed him. Also, I enjoyed the other co-stars as well. I think that the characters of Elyse and her goth friend and fellow bandie were/are great additions to the female AP characters. And, I thought the same for Matt and his posse of 3. I remember seeing commercials to AP:BC and telling myself that even though I want to see it, it'll probably be mediocre at the most. So, I rented from Blockbuster. When I got home, my sister and I watched it and we both enjoyed it and laughed quite frequently. As soon as it ended, I took it back to Blockbuster that same very day. No, not becuase it sucked, but, because I wanted to buy it on DVD immediately for myself. I remembered noticing that the weekly Best Buy add showed AP:BC and the AP:Trilogy for just 15.99 a piece. So, I took my Best Buy gift card that I got for Christmas, and I purchased both right away. The raunchier, unrated versions to be exacts. And, boy, am I pleased. Now I have all 4 to the AP collection. I just hope that since this new installment was so great, that they don't make a 5 and screw it up. So, leave the AP:Qaudrilogy alone.Read more ›
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