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.
The movie will shift its focus on Erik Stifler, the cousin of Matt and Steve, a youngster who is nothing like his wild relations. Peer pressure starts to turn him to live up to the legacy of the other Stiflers when he attends the Naked Mile, a naked run across the college campus. Things get worse when he finds that his cousin Dwight is the life of the party down at the campus.Written by
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[2:25]Mr. Williams (Joe Bostick), the Stiflers' next door neighbor who peers in the window from outside at the beginning, is actually the father of Jake Siegel (who plays Cooze) in real life. See more »
When Stifler comes out of the house with the girl and the monkey, behind the girl, you can clearly see a guy filming. See more »
Better get back to Oz before you get your ass stomped, Toto.
Toto was the dog, you fucking idiot!
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Some scenes were re-shot for the R-rated version which differ significantly from the unrated version:
In the locker scene the nude female student coming out the shower is now wearing a bra and panties.
In the naked mile run, some nude runners are shown only from the waist up.
five movies are enough, there's no way people can support another American Pie movie. I Thought that the American Pie franchise was over with the fourth movie American Pie: Band camp, that already was a little lame.It has some funny moments, but most of it its just a movie about sex, nudity and bad words. There's no story at all and the plot seems weak and very plain. Awful acting from everyone. Please the American Pie movies were over with American Wedding, stop using its name to produce bad quality movies. They were the worst two hours in my life. The story was so repetitive, it was like watching the first American Pie but without the funny parts. Even the the brief performance from Eugene Levy wasn't enough to make it a decent film.
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