American Wedding

2003

American Wedding

Critics Consensus

Raunchier and even more gross than the first two American Pies, American Wedding ought to please fans of the series.

54%

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Total Count: 155

63%

Audience Score

User Ratings: 494,790
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Get on the guest list for this Unrated rite of passage. Jim (Jason Biggs) and Michelle (Alyson Hannigan) are saying "I do," and Stifler (Seann William Scott) is planning the bachelor party!

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Cast

Jason Biggs
as Jim Levenstein
Seann William Scott
as Steve Stifler
Alyson Hannigan
as Michelle Flaherty
January Jones
as Cadence Flaherty
Eugene Levy
as Jim's Dad
Molly Cheek
as Jim's Mom
Deborah Rush
as Mary Flaherty
Fred Willard
as Harold Flaherty
Angela Paton
as Grandma
Amanda Swisten
as Fraulein Brandi
Tim Allen
as Stifler's Dad
Nikki Schieler Ziering
as Officer Krystal
Antoinette Levine
as Cultured Saleswoman
Alexis Thorpe
as Jennifer
Rey Gallegos
as Leslie Summers
Rob Nagle
as Floral Assistant
Loren Lester
as Celebrant
James Reese
as Concierge
Patrick Gallo
as Dress Salesman
Golde Starger
as Elderly Woman in Restaurant
Max Goudsmit
as Football Guy at Altar
Logan Bartholomew
as Football Guy
Neal Flaherty
as Football Team Captain
Jennifer Coolidge
as Stifler's Mom
Julie Payne
as Mrs.Zyskowski
Peter Reinert
as Bartender
Peter Gaddis
as Football Celebrant
Chris Bender
as Scared Guy in Bathroom
Jim Reese
as Concierge
Tony Gatto
as Elderly Man With Walker
William Belli
as Butch Queen
Ryan Rubin
as Gay Man
Brad Hammer
as Gay Male
Frank Roessler
as Gay Bar Back
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Critic Reviews for American Wedding

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Audience Reviews for American Wedding

  • Jun 30, 2016
    Apart from having a different plot there's not allot that feels fresh but if you're a fan of the others then it will be enough to enjoy.
    Jamie C Super Reviewer
  • Jun 21, 2016
    Just like the other films touch on milestones in the lives of a group of young male friends (prom night, college summers, etc.) this one is no different. This time, Jim and Michelle are getting married and the guys get to have another rite of passage: a bachelor party. Of course, what is an American Pie film without a little Stifler misfortune as well. While this one loses the magic of the first 2 films, you might as well check it out if you've seen the first 2.
    Patrick W Super Reviewer
  • Jul 23, 2013
    The humor is more over-the-top, and the morality is even more real and inspiring. American Wedding is that slice of pie that just as life fulfilling as the first installment. Though the film isn't as powerful as the original it's still a good edition to the American Pie franchise. 4/5The humor is more over-the-top, and the morality is even more real and inspiring. American Wedding is that slice of pie that just as life fulfilling as the first installment. Though the film isn't as powerful as the original it's still a good edition to the American Pie franchise. 4.5/5
    Eugene B Super Reviewer
  • Feb 18, 2013
    Michelle: Love isn't just a feeling. It's shaving your balls. "This time they're going all the way." Like every other American Pie film, American Wedding is just an average comedy. There's many laughs throughout, but I wouldn't call it a great comedy or even good comedy. It's average. There's nothing makes this movie anything more than just another raunch fest. The cast is serviceable as always, but other Stifler and Finch, none of these characters are anything to write home about.  Jim and Michelle have graduated from college and are now going to get married. All the normal, everything goes wrong gags are at work here. Nobody wants Stifler to be invited to the wedding, but he manages to find a way in. It doesn't help anything either, when Michelle's extremely hot, and virgin sister arrives. Stifler and Finch end up battling for her, while stuff keeps going wrong as the wedding approaches. There's really not too much to say about this movie. It's decent, but not something I thoroughly enjoyed. It has its moments and should satisfy fans of the previous two films. What made the movie watchable for me was Stifler acting like a good old boy in order to try to get his hands on Michelle's sister. In the end though, this was nothing special and just another addition to the American Pie franchise.
    Melvin W Super Reviewer

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