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American Wedding (Unrated)

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Get on the guest list for this Unrated rite of passage. Jim (Jason Biggs) and Michelle (Alyson Hannigan) are saying "I do," and Stifler (Seann William Scott) is planning the bachelor party!

Starring:
Jason Biggs, Seann William Scott
Runtime:
1 hour, 43 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Comedy
Director Jesse Dylan
Starring Jason Biggs, Seann William Scott
Supporting actors Alyson Hannigan, Eddie Kaye Thomas, Thomas Ian Nicholas, January Jones, Eugene Levy, Molly Cheek, Deborah Rush, Fred Willard, Angela Paton, Eric Allan Kramer, Amanda Swisten, Nikki Ziering, Lawrence Pressman, Antoinette Spolar, Alexis Thorpe, Reynaldo Gallegos, Kate Hendrickson, Rob Nagle
Studio Universal Pictures
MPAA rating Unrated (Not Rated)
Captions and subtitles English Details
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Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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A Kid's Review on September 5, 2003
When I first heard about a third American Pie movie, I had my doubts. The second was good, but by the end it was a little tired. When I heard half the cast of the first two would be missing, I also had doubts, especially since the second movie had nearly every person with a speaking line from the original in it (and even the monkey). After seeing the movie, I realized I was very wrong. From the beginning, my mom, her friend and I were laughing like crazy. It wasn't even until the end of the movie that I realized much of the cast was missing from this one. I actually thought it helped the movie, because in part two, some characters (Oz, Vicky, Heather and Jessica) seemed to be there for no purpose. Without them, the story was much more consistent. This movie was also even funnier than the first two. Stifler was practically the star of this movie. Everything he did was great, especially when he traded places with Finch and pretended to be all goody-goody. Eugene Levy was funnier than ever here and he had some more great moments of heart-to-heart talk with his son. This movie capped off the series well, and I was very satisfied with the result.
I'd say go see this movie, but it isn't in theaters anymore, so just wait for DVD, because there will probably be an Unrated version (with practically no difference) and then we can all enjoy this classic over and over again.
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Format: DVD
I really should dislike this movie, because the comedy is even more disgusting and base than the previous movies in this series, but when the movie is funny, it's hilarious, and I couldn't stop laughing. Be warned, however, that much of the humor comes from gross situations.
In this edition, Jim Levinstein (Jason Biggs) asks Michelle Flaherty (Alysson Hannigan) to marry him. The big moment is to happen in a very nice restaurant. Jim hints that he wants to ask Michelle a very important question, and his hinting about is misinterpreted by Michelle, who crawls under the table to do what she thinks Jim wants. In the mean time, Jim's dad, played by SCTV alumni Joe Levy, shows up and sits in Michelle's chair, unaware that she is under the table. Michelle goes unnoticed until Jim's dad mentions the wedding proposal, which causes Michelle to bump the underside of the table. Jim jumps up, his pants are down, and it's embarrassment and pandemonium. As funny as this scene is, it gets better, or worse, depending on how you look at it, from there.
The movie ends up being a series of gags from beginning to end, that are both funny and often disgusting. Steve Stifler (Seann William Scott) is often involved in many of these scenes. In one scene Steve and Jim are in the library with a dog when an accident with a cake happens. When Jim's dad opens the library door to bring in Michelle's parents, Steve and Jim appear to be in a very bizarre position with respect to the dog. You'll have to see this one to understand it or believe it.
There are another pair of scenes that are related involving a gay bar, a bachelor party, with Stifler involved, of course, and Michelle's parents.
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This is DEFINATELY one of the FUNNIEST movies of the year! I give mad props to the director for creating such a incredible and hillarious movie. Like many people have said, I thought it would be a total letdown without some of the other characters but after watching the movie, I wasn't disappointed at all. To be honest with you all, I truly do believe that this is the BEST movie in the series. This made me laugh my mouth off from start to finish and the plot to the story was incredibly done. I also believe that the actors and actresses put their best effort to make a great ending to the series. However, this does get me questioning: will this movie truly end the series? I highly believe that there will be another one (I'm hoping too) and I'm sure a lot of people out there would want to see another AMERICAN PIE once they see this. There are some funny scenes and scenes you won't want to miss in this movie! The scene where Stifler enjoys the dogs licking his pants has to be the funniest scene I have seen so far this year! The bachelor's party is the best scene by far... see it and you will understand why this is so. The most disgusting scene is where Stifler eats the dog's crap, to save Michelle's mom from eating it (she believes it's chocolate and Michelle's mom loves eating chocolate). It was so disgusting, it put me off my food after seeing that bit but that definately wasn't a let-down to the movie. Another disgusting part which will make you jump off your seats is the part where Stifler is in a rush to meet Cadence in the closet. It's dark so Stifler cannot see and believes Cadence is in there so he starts feeling up "Cadence". Eventually, you'll find that Stifler is having sex with... Jim's grandmother when Finch opens up the door!Read more ›
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It's a hands down that it just isn't worth the small savings purchasing a standard DVD when a Bluray version of any given movie exists! So do yourself a favor and don't get the DVD first. And, if you have an old VHS movie you like, then you’ll LOVE the Bluray version of it if it has been digitally transferred to an upgraded Bluray.
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