Excerpt: Jim Levenstein (Jason Biggs) and his wife Michelle (Alyson Hannigan) return to East Great Falls, Michigan for their 13th high school reunion where Jim reconnects with his best friends from high school--Kevin (Thomas Ian Nicholas), Oz (Chris Klein) and Finch (Eddie Kaye Thomas)--some of whom have changed dramatically and some, like the chronically immature Steve Stifler (Seann William Scott), not having changed at all since high school.
Excerpt: Being either a dedicated reviewer or total glutton for punishment (you decide), I engaged in my own…pardon the expression, pie-eating contest and watched all seven films before going to the Reunion. And believe me, there is such a thing as too much pie. Reunion features more of the same sexual shenanigans, embarrassing situations, and gross-out humor that have become a familiar staple of the franchise.
Excerpt: In 1999, a movie came out that literally changed the face of teen comedies and even our pop culture as we know it. Allow me to explain. No, I’m not talking about The Matrix , though it could be argued that the Keanu Reeves film had as much impact on our society as American Pie . Yes, American Pie. What was touted to be another teen comedy actually turned out to have some heart and it’s inspired three sequels and four spinoffs under the “Amercian Pie” name.
Excerpt: Pointless seems to fit the description of American Reunion . After all, we don’t need to see Jason Biggs sexually humiliated on screen yet again. It’s not as if there’s character growth involved there, or at least not the type people want to see… The thing is, we expect to see him humiliated. We expect Stiffler to sex it up endlessly as the world’s most endlessly eligible bachelor.