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John Michael Higgins,
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, and with incomplete advice, the Bible leads them on a hilarious journey to lose their virginity. Written by
Performed by Big B feat. Scott Russo
Written by John William Baldaray, Bryan David Mahoney, Andrew Philip Nast, James Christopher Perkins and Scott Douglas Victor Russo
Courtesy of Suburban Noize Records
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Pretty much what you'd expect from yet another straight-to-DVD attempt at capitalizing on the already thinly-stretched "American Pie" name. I got through exactly 34 painful minutes of this before having to shut it off for medical reasons. Aside from Eugene Levy, there are no other past American Pie actors in the movie. Nor is there any other reason to call this movie "American Pie", aside from it being about high school kids trying to get laid and containing a character named Stifler (who does not remotely measure up to the name).
A lot of the humor is derivative of the original American Pie movies (which I enjoyed), but isn't funny at all here, possibly because we've seen it before and likely because it just isn't written or acted as well. If you have any semblance of an IQ, this movie won't engage you or make you laugh. Though it is a glossy production with some good-looking people.
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