American Pie: The Wedding details
|Formats:||15 DVD, Blu-ray|
|Starring:||Molly Cheek, Fre, Thomas Ian Nicholas, Alyson Hannigan, Seann William Scott, Eugene Levy, January Jones, Deborah Rush, Jason Biggs, Fred Willard, Eddie Kaye Thomas|
American Pie: The Wedding
|Run time:||1 hour 39 minutes|
|Rental release:||Limited availability|
|Hearing impaired subtitles:||English|
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American Pink FlamingosBy Waterboy (34 reviews) from Hertfordshire , 29 Mar 2007
[Highly rated reviewer]Perhaps a sequel too far. While the overall cuteness and adolescent sex based humour continue in the (hopefully) final film of this trilogy, there are a couple of really gross out moments, which I really didn't enjoy (Pink Flamingos did the original). I still laughed outloud at some of the humour, but this was a dissapointment after AP and AP2.
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greatBy a customer from Essex , 25 Oct 2006great funny film, would watch again
best of threeBy Hayley from london, england , 16 Oct 2006Dont mind the films wouldnt watch again a though as not really my sort of humour but if looking for an easy laugh then this is a good one
continious comedyBy Marie Ratcliffe from South Yorkshire, England , 23 Jul 2006Hillarious, continuous comedy from the students now there lives have moved on. If you enjoyed the first 2 then you'll love the third helping. The whitisam just continues through out the whole film. I dare anyone not to laugh at least once.
Popcorn FunBy a customer from South London , 08 Mar 2006You don't expect drama, passion or award winning performances from this film - and you don't get them. But in the saying that it, it was an entertaining film and the gay dance off was one of my favourate scenes.
More pie?By Turan from UK , 02 Mar 2006Without spoiling the plot, the third American Pie film is set three years after the events of American Pie 2 and concerns itself with the run up to Jim and Michelle's wedding (the title really gave that away a little).
This film was absolutely hilarious, the gags (which are rather on the rude and crude side) are even funnier than those in the first two films - if American teen sex comedies are your thing, you'll laugh your head off. The downside is, the improved quality of the humour seems to have been at the expense of story and character development, which is rather weak compared to the first two (which, lets face it, were hardly Alfred Hitchcock films themselves) . I thought it was very classy of the film makers to bring back nearly all of the main characters from the first two films, but if you only give two characters anything meaningful to say then it kind of defeats the object. I would have rated the film higher if the character development had been anywhere near the quality of the humour - the Screenselect reviewer who described this as 'Hilarious but flawed' really hit the nail on the head. Rent this film if you need a good laugh, but do be sure that you're renting it for the gags rather than the hope of seeing a satisfying conclusion to the American Pie trilogy.