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American Wedding (2003)


5/10: The Weakest of the Series but Still Worth Watching
Wednesday, July 6, 2005

American Wedding is the weakest of the series but its still very funny and very enjoyable to watch. Jim and Michelle are getting married and Jim wants nothing wrong to happen. Stifler is going to the wedding against the wishes of Jim and Michelle. He is more interested in Cadence who is Michelle's sister and one of her bridesmaids. The wedding is close and there are a lot of things left to do. However, some of the wedding plans go wrong and it looks like this wedding is going to be a disaster, Can Jim pull it together and make it through the wedding? The plot is interesting as one of the guys get married. With this type of film though, the plot is a non issue. People who see this type of movie just want to have a good laugh and they won't be disappointed. The bets thing about this sequel is defiantly Stifler. Sean William Scott...

4/10: A Pie With Missing Pieces
Thursday, June 9, 2005

American Pie works best as its own entity. It was a tight story in which each character was able to maintain his or her own story arch. Would Jim overcome his fumbling, goofy nature and lack of confidence and rise to the occasion with Nadia? Would Oz be able to pull off his facade as superficial jock to sentimental choir boy? Would Kevin, the only character in an establish relationship, be able to take the relationship to the next level? And just what was Finch up to? In defense of the people behind American Wedding, they simply did not have the necessary tools at their disposal to pull off a fulfilling third slice in the American Pie trilogy. In fact, signs of diminished resources were apparent by the second film-- and I am talking not merely about the absence of some of the key actors to reprise their role (which hurts this film greatly), but more importantly, there simply was...

2/10: Not a Wedding Worth Celebrating
Tuesday, August 11, 2015

American Wedding (2003): Dir: Jesse Dylan / Cast: Jason Biggs, Alyson Hannigan, Seann William Scott, Eugene Levy, Jennifer Coolidge: Poorly titled and about as bad as American Pie 2. Jim proposes to that dimwitted band camp girl Michelle and makes failed attempts to impress her folks as well as keep pal Stifler at bay. The first American Pie was sufficient but the sequels are just an encore of vulgar jokes. Directed by Jesse Dylan effectively sets up particular jokes, one involving a bachelor party gone wrong. Some scenery towards the conclusion appear horribly blue screen projected as if the actors just stepped out in front of it. Seann William Scott once again highlights the gross humour as Stifler whom Jim approaches for dance lessons. Jason Biggs as Jim continues to stumble through the transfer of adolescence to adulthood. After an awkward proposal in a restaurant he is met with even more awkwardness when factoring in dance lessons and Michelle's parents...

4/10: Wanted mightily to love it
Wednesday, May 25, 2005

Let me start by saying that I am passionately in love with Seann William Scott. I think he's one of the finest pieces of man ever to grace the screen, for so many reasons.Secondly, I'm a huge, HUGE fan of both American Pie I and II. I could watch both of them over and over again, and have, as a matter of fact.But American Wedding SUCKED. It felt hollow, empty, and painful. It was like watching a former beauty queen drunkenly struggle into a pair of too-tight pantyhose. There was no dignity about this movie, no joy, no lighter-than-air charm. What happened to all the strong, delightful females? What happened to Oz? Nobody even mentions him. How sad, and what an unforgivable oversight.Even my beloved SWS came across as gimmicky and self-conscious. Stifler isn't endearing anymore; the actor knows he's a hot commodity, and that all eyes are on...

8/10: Good conclusion, but missing some good characters
Thursday, November 11, 2004

American Wedding is exactly the type of ending that suits the American Pie trilogy. It's not like the typical TV sitcom where it's feel good and lacking on humor. The traditional gross out honest humor is still present. Unfortunately not all the characters are due to scheduling conflicts.The directors do a good job of covering the absent characters by simply not mentioning them but there lack of presence is felt. Oz isn't present during Jim's speech with the best men. Michele is the only returning female lead. Even some of the returning characters play a smaller role. Kevin is almost not seen in most of the film. He serves very little important role and is more in the background. Finch and Stifler seem to be the lead story, at times more than the wedding itself. It does work to create a funny story.The story is well wrapped up and that hopefully means that no...

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