American Pie (1999)

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Critic Consensus: So embarrassing it's believable, American Pie succeeds in bringing back the teen movie genre.

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In this wild Unrated version of the hit comedy, follow the raging hormones of four teenage boys and their girls as they gear up for the most important night of their lives... the prom?

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Cast

Mena Suvari
as Heather
Eugene Levy
as Jim's Dad
Tara Reid
as Vicky
Jennifer Coolidge
as Stifler's Mom
Chris Owen
as Sherman
Molly Cheek
as Jim's Mom
Clyde Kusatsu
as English Teacher
Lawrence Pressman
as Coach Marshall
Christina Milian
as Band Member
Woody Schultz
as Party Guy
Casey Erklin
as Drinking Buddy
Annika Hays
as Party Girl
Eden Riegel
as Sophomore Chick
Justin Isfeld
as `MILF' Guy
John Cho
as `MILF' Guy
Alexandra Adi
as Central Girl
Veronica Lauren
as Vocal Jazz Girl
Monica McSwain
as Vocal Jazz Girl
Fletcher Sheridan
as Vocal Jazz Group Member
Robyn Roth
as Vocal Jazz Group Member
Jamar Cargo
as Vocal Jazz Group Member
Akuyoe Graham
as Vocal Jazz Teacher
Katie Lansdale
as Enthralled Girl
Jay Rossi
as Sushi Customer
Linda Gehringer
as Vicky's Mom
Ashton Dane
as Vicky's Dad
Sasha Barrese
as Random Cute Girl
Eli Marienthal
as Stifler's Younger Brother
Travis Cody Aimer
as Computer Nerd
Mark Hoppus
as Garage Band Member
Thomas M. Delonge
as Garage Band Member
Travis Barker
as Garage Band Member
Danny Spink
as Guy with Monkey
James DeBello
as Enthusiastic Guy
Amber Phillips
as Computer Girl
Clementine Ford
as Computer Girl
Hilary Salvatore
as Girl Holding Out
Jasmine Stocken
as Bathroom Girl
Jillian Bach
as Bathroom Girl
David Kuhn
as Prom Band Singer
Dan Coronel
as Lacrosse Referee
Pete Pallad
as Lacrosse Referee
J. D. Doyle
as Lacrosse Referee
Lito Coronel
as Lacrosse Referee
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Critic Reviews for American Pie

All Critics (125) | Top Critics (28)

Another giggly gross-out comedy for teenagers, this one somewhat better than most by virtue of a more satisfying ending.

Nov 8, 2011 | Full Review…

A crude piece of work, spottily acted and directed.

Jun 24, 2006 | Full Review…
Time Out
Top Critic

More likely to gross out adults than kids.

Jul 21, 2005 | Full Review…
Houston Chronicle
Top Critic

It takes almost 30 intolerably slack minutes to set it up and get it rolling.

Oct 16, 2002 | Full Review…

It casts actors who look plausible and treats sex with honesty and no apologies.

Jun 18, 2002 | Rating: 3/4 | Full Review…

Adam Herz's script is wildly uneven but occasionally quite funny.

Mar 19, 2002 | Rating: 2/4

Audience Reviews for American Pie

½

A well-placed coming-of-age raging-hormone filled movie for the typical late 1990s teen. Highlighted by obscene comedy and a sublime plot, this first slice of "Pie" is indeed a tasteful one. 4.5/5

Eugene Bernabe
Eugene Bernabe

Super Reviewer

It's humor and fun are worth experiencing. It's a film relevant to any generation of teenagers.

Matthew Samuel Mirliani
Matthew Samuel Mirliani

Super Reviewer

Speechless.

Dead Angel
Dead Angel

Super Reviewer

"American Pie" is for my generation, what "Animal House" was for the generation before me. It's raunchy, hilarious, fun, and more importantly honest to it's audience. These characters are all real, and can be seen in every high school in America. If you don't know(then you obviously live under a rock), it's the story of four friends trying to lose their virginity before graduation. I mean who wants to start college a virgin, really? Every performance is perfect, and launched the careers of stars Jason Biggs and Sean William Scott. If even helped revitalize the careers of Eugene Levy and Jennifer Coolidge. The movie is filled with classic quotable lines, and even started M.I.L.F.(look it up). On a side note, the first time I saw this was in the theater in Danville, IL. My parents wanted to take me and my two brothers to see a movie. My youngest brother Matt was too young for it, so my mom took him to see "Lake Placid". My dad ended up taking me and Justin, and he laughed more than we did during it. Makes it better when you know your parents are cool enough to enjoy a movie like this. Not for kids by any means, but every teenager and adult will be able to relate and laugh during this classic movie.

Everett Johnson
Everett Johnson

Super Reviewer

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