American Reunion (2012) Poster

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  • Now 13 years out of high school, four friends Jim Levenstein (Jason Biggs), Chris "Oz" Ostreicher (Chris Klein), Paul Finch (Eddie Kaye Thomas), and Kevin Myers (Thomas Ian Nicholas) along with obnoxious, oversexed Steve Stifler (Seann William Scott) reunite in order to attend their East Great Falls High School reunion. Meanwhile, the Stifmeister, whose wish in the high school yearbook was "hopes to keep the party going with his boys," decides to do just that—throw a party for all of their high school friends.

  • American Reunion is the fourth movie in the American Pie series. It was preceded by American Pie (1999) (1999), American Pie 2 (2001) (2001), and American Wedding (2003) (2003) and four direct-to-DVD spin-offs—Band Camp (2005) (2005), The Naked Mile (2006) (2006), Beta House (2007) (2007), and American Pie Presents the Book of Love (2009) (2009). Characters were created by American screenwriter Adam Herz, who based them on his own high school experiences in East Grand Rapids, Michigan. The screenplay for American Reunion was written by American screenwriters John Hurwitz and Hayden Schlossberg, both of whom also co-directed the movie.

  • Jim married Michelle (Alyson Hannigan) (in American Wedding), and they now have a two year old son Evan (George Christopher Bianchi), who is putting a crimp in their love life. Jim's mother died three years ago, and his father Noah (Eugene Levy) is still trying to cope with being single again. Kevin is married to Ellie (Charlene Amoia) and works as a home-based architect. Oz is a celebrity dancer and sportscaster living in Los Angeles with his supermodel girlfriend Mia (Katrina Bowden). Finch presents himself as a world traveler, having been adopted by an African tribe and biking through South America, still looking for his 'true love'.. Stifler is a temp for JBH Global, an investment firm where his boss, Mr Prateek Duraiswany (Vik Sahay), takes exquisite delight in belittling him.

  • For some reason, they missed having the normal 10-year reunion until MILF John (John Cho) takes it upon himself to organize a reunion at the 13th year.

  • Yes it is. Jason Biggs stated in an interview that it was 'about time' he went nude since there had been three previous movies where he didn't.

  • The day after the reunion, the guys meet at Dog Years for hotdogs. Jim asks Stifler who he ended up with after the dance, but Stifler refuses to say. They comment on how it's a shame that they'll all be returning home, and Oz says that he's going to take some time off and stick around to spend time with Heather (Mena Suvari). Finch announces that he and Selena (Dania Ramirez) are planning a 'jaunt' to Europe. Stifler warns Finch to be sure and call his mom (Rebecca De Mornay) because Rachel misses him. 'How would you know?' Finch asks, but Stifler just smiles, remembering the tryst he had with Rachel on the lacrosse field. As they make plans to get together again next year, Jim's dad and Stifler's mom (Jennifer Coolidge) walk arm-in-arm into Dog Years.

  • Not after, but just as the credits begin to roll, there is a short scene showing Noah and Stifler's mom eating popcorn together at the movies. Encouraged by a young couple in front of them, Noah puts his arm around Stifler's mom. She gets a pleased look on her face and snuggles closer to him then suddenly hands him the bucket of popcorn and goes down on the floor. Noah starts to say, "," but his noes quickly turn into moans of pleasure as the popcorn starts bobbling up and down. After a sigh of relief, he looks around to see everyone looking at him. "Great movie!", he says.

  • Apparently so. Hurwitz and Schlossberg confirmed this and are returning as directors and writers.

  • "Everybody Talks" by Neon Trees.

  • It was announced early on that there would be an Unrated version for home cinemas. Unlike other movies, the Unrated version was released on both DVD and Blu-ray disc. The Unrated version is quite typical for the genre. You get a few more dialogue and an extension of Ali Cobrin's naked scenes. The Unrated version includes 4 scenes with alternative material and 4 scenes with additional material. Overall, the Unrated version is approximately 63 seconds longer than the theatrical version.


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