American Pie Presents: The Naked Mile (Unrated) (Bilingual)
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Ready to run wild with hundreds of naked coeds in one of the craziest college traditions ever? Then you'll love the all-new, hilarious slice of American Pie, served up Stifler-style in American Pie Presents: The Naked Mile! When Erik Stifler realizes that he's the only Stifler family member who might graduate high school a virgin, he decides to live up to his legacy. After some well-meaning advice from Jim's dad (Eugene Levy), Erik's ready to take his chances at the annual and infamous Naked Mile race, where his devoted buds and some uninhibited sorority girls will create the most outrageous weekend ever. Filled with smokin' hot girls and the insane Stifler antics you know and love, this slice of American Pie delivers shocking and heartwarming fun all the way to the finish line!
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It's the devices and gags that happen in between that really interest the viewer. And here, we are introduced to a new batch of characters who probably live in the most permissive college ever. The Naked Mile is just as it sounds: runners (males and females alike) who run for a mile... naked. Sure it's not Shakespeare but it doesn't have to be and it's enjoyable for the ride it gives and the few humorous moments here and there.
Feature-wise, we have a nice serving of pie to last over 90 minutes (or close enough), and a fun and informative commentary track.
If you're already a fan, give in to this pie without hesitation. It's less un-funny than the latest entry and the same cast is in the following sequel (Beta House).
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I own some movies of the actual annual Naked Mile races in Michigan, but those movies were filmed with poor lighting and the picture is "grainy"...lacking in picture sharpness....because the Naked Mile race takes place at night (its dark...there's not enough light). But for this American Pie movie, they used proper lighting and equipment to show their version of the Naked Mile race with sharp picture detail...very watchable.
Overall, this American Pie movie was better than I expected. If you like college comedies with T&A, I expect that you will like it.
The result is a surprisingly good time and it's of course raunchy since it's an American Pie movie. I do admit that some of it's perverted jokes go on a little too long though. Still it's smarter and more watchable than the last made for video movie. Plus Steve Talley is better as one of Stiffler's brothers than the one from the Band Camp movie. I mean the one from Band Camp tried way too hard to be Sean William Scott. Talley just gives his own performance and is one of the funnier people in the movie. It's funny how he has a little feud "no pun intended" going on with midgets.
The first American Pie movie? outrageously funny. Rude, crude, surprising, shocking and absolutely hilarious.
The second American Pie movie? uh, take the rude and crude and basically toss it out and leave behind a movie that was ok, but not nearly as good as the predecessor.
Third movie? (American Pie Wedding) was too much love story and not so much humor. Ok, but again, didn't hold a candle to the original.
Fourth movie? (Band Camp) went in the wrong direction completely. Drop it from the collection please.
Fifth movie -- American Pie Presents The Naked Mile. Now THAT IS WHAT I'M TALKING ABOUT! Back to the rude, crude, immoral, outrageous and laugh out long and loud funny movie formula that made the first movie so entertaining. Too much Stiffler? Not at all.
Plenty of hot babes showing plenty of skin. A humorous 'little' war between fraternities both big and uh, small. And a story of a guy trying to be true to his girl while facing enough temptation to distract all but the most dedicated.
Most definitely not academy award or golden globe material (Heh, he said globe ;-) ) but funny none the less. Go into it with the right attitude and laugh your rear off. Look for high brow material elsewhere if you must.
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.