- Actors: Jason Biggs, Alyson Hannigan, Seann William Scott, Eddie Kaye Thomas, Thomas Ian Nicholas
- Directors: Jesse Dylan
- Writers: Adam Herz
- Producers: Warren Zide, Craig Perry, Chris Moore, Adam Herz, Chris Bender
- Format: NTSC, Subtitled
- Language: English
- Dubbed: French, Spanish
- Region: Region A/1
- Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
- Number of discs: 3
- Canadian Home Video Rating : Ages 18 and over
- Studio: Universal Studios Home Entertainment
- Release Date: Sept. 10 2013
- Run Time: 402 minutes
- Average Customer Review: 108 customer reviews
- ASIN: B006ZUMNE0
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #37,350 in Movies & TV Shows (See Top 100 in Movies & TV Shows)
American Wedding [Blu-ray] (Bilingual)
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You’re on the guest list – for the unrated version of American Wedding! The American Pie gang returns to wreak havoc with a new rite of passage when Jim (Jason Biggs) and Michelle (Alyson Hannigan) decide to get married! Of course, Stifler (Seann William Scott) will be there (bridesmaids!) and, more importantly, will throw the ultimate bachelor party (strippers!). So RSVP for the outrageous American Wedding experience, the third chapter of the hilariously hot, frantically funny, unforgettable American Pie saga!
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You've got all the great characters from the first two - Jim, Michelle (they're kinda needed for this movie), Stifler, Finch, Kevin, and Jim's Dad, who's part seems to get extended with each movie, as he's so fantastic. But you're also missing quite a few of the cast members - Chris Klein, Mena Suvari, Shannon Elizabeth and Tara Reid. And Stifler's Mom only appears for the last couple of scenes, which see her reunited with Finch, in a bath full of bubbles. Who knows why those four didn't want to take part in this (hopefully) final part of American Pie? They were all much needed and very funny characters, and it would have been nice to see how the characters had developed over the three years that Jim and Michelle had apparently been dating.
Jason Biggs and Alyson Hannigan are back to their best in this movie, whether it's trying to write their vows, or having special haircuts. Alyson's hair is now longer, and looks a lot better than when it was in that awful bob, when she was definitely still a band geek.
You're introduced to quite a few new characters in this movie - Michelle's sister, who Finch and Stifler both fancy, and both try to outdo each other to win her affections, which provides some comic moments, when they seem to switch characters! There is also Jim's Gran, who gets offended at the fact Michelle isn't Jewish (never been an issue in the previous movies, so there's obviously been something cut out somewhere). You also get some cringe-worthy (for girls) or sexy (for the guys) scenes featuring two strippers - one a dominatrix cop (whatever), and the other a prissy maid? There's a lot of breast action in this sequence, and of course, any nice eye candy for the girls is left out. There's also Stifler in a gay bar, which is hilarious for the dancing alone, and him not even realising he's in a gay bar!
The uncut and unrated DVD is probably better to get. If you've seen it previously in the cinema, then you'll see lots of missing scenes, in-jokes etc. If this is your first viewing, then it won't really matter to you, that it's 8 minutes longer than in the cinemas and contains 17 minutes of 'spiced up' footage - and all those 17 minutes seem to be included in the bachelor party sequence with the strippers. Whoopee.
The outtakes and deleted scenes in the extras aren't really up to much. One of the strippers "Nikki" shows you behind the scenes of the bachelor party, and a cameraman gets to follow her around while she prepares for the big premier. You've also got Seann William Scott introducing a few of the deleted scenes and also a feature on "Stifler Speak", in which you get to see his original audition for the role of Stifler.
A great finale to a trilogy, but only see if you've seen the previous two - and you'll probably end up being disappointed.
Jim has been dating Michelle for years, and he finally asks her for her hand in marriage, which she accepts. Eventually, Stifler decides to throw Jim a bachelor party, along with Jim's usual friends Kevin, Finch, and Oz -- wait, Oz isn't there. He wasn't even mentioned in the whole movie! What's up with that?
I read somewhere that someone said this movie should have been called The Steve Stifler Show. I totally see where that reviewer is coming from (especially since Seann William Scott got higher billing than Alyson Hannigan). Yeah, Stifler WAS the funniest character in the first two movies, but in comparing those movies to THIS one, it seems like the antics and situations he was in have gone from funny and dumb to just dumb -- well, during the first half of the movie, anyway. And you have to admit that the scene in the gay bar wasn't 100% necessary.
To me, the only character that was completely funny throughout the whole movie was Jim's dad (I have yet to see Eugene Levy on screen when he isn't extremely funny). The DVD extras weren't all that, either (but are they ever?) The "Enter the Dominatrix" thing was really kind of pointless, and the "Stifler Speak" segment (starring...who else?) really makes you start to wonder just whose movie this is. All in all, though, while not a total waste of time, I'm glad I only rented this movie. But if you already own the other two movies, you might as well add this one to your collection. American Wedding really helped make 2002 the year of Sequels That Nobody Went to See along with Legally Blonde 2 and Analyze That.
P.S. One thing that's been bothering me for a while...people complain about how vulgar and distasteful these American Pie movies are, yet nobody had a problem with Porky's?
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