Matt Stifler wants to be just like his big bro, making porn movies and having a good time in college. After sabotaging the school band, he gets sent to band camp where he really doesn't like it at first but then learns how to deal with the bandeez.
Erik, and Cooze start college and pledge the Beta House fraternity, presided over by none other than legendary Dwight Stifler. But chaos ensues when a fraternity of geeks threatens to stop ... See full summary »
Ten years after the first American Pie movie, three new hapless virgins discover the Bible hidden in the school library at East Great Falls High. Unfortunately for them, the book is ruined,... See full summary »
Kevin M. Horton,
This film is about Mary-Kate and Ashley turning sixteen years old and going on a road trip without parents. They are headed to Utah for the Olympics and arrive late. There are also scenes ... See full summary »
Billy Aaron Brown
Three college roommates join a bus full of gorgeous models and travel the country to compete in a National Beer Pong Championship. With an bus load full of attractive lady who knows how much fun they could have.
Massie Block is the leader of a small group of privileged schoolgirls who arrogantly call themselves 'The Pretty Committee'. These so-called pre-teen 'mean girls' (cynical, egotistical, selfish and narcissistic females) and their clique are respected and feared in their middle school as well as their upper class Rhode Island suburban neighborhood. But Massie's life takes an unexpected turn when her parents friends, a lower-middle class family with a self-assured daughter named Claire move into the Block's guest house and Claire threatens to undermine the superficial Massie's position of the clique. Written by
During the painting scene (around 22:19) There are paintings behind Alicia and Claire. One of them is clearly a reference to the Korean Pop group Wonder Girls, and their debut single "Irony". See more »
When Massie is picking up Mr. Lyons's plate and Todd's plate Todd closes his hand after he tells Massie "you complete me" but when the camera backs up you see him close his hand again. See more »
Personally because of the book series I think that this would be a perfect movie for a 12-17 year old girl who could relate to some of the situations. Such as being the outcast and misunderstood, etc.
However, I will admit it was a bit cliché in some ways. It wasn't the best acting ever, but it is a great film to rent on a Friday night to cure some boredom.
The characters all fit the description and it was a good length. I think, if you liked the books you will definitely like the movie. It stuck to the book fairly well, and turned out to be a pretty good family film.
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