American Pie

1999 "There's nothing like your first piece."
7| 1h35m| R| en

At a high-school party, four friends find that losing their collective virginity isn't as easy as they had thought. But they still believe that they need to do so before college. To motivate themselves, they enter a pact to all "score" by their senior prom.


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GazerRise Fantastic!
ChicRawIdol A brilliant film that helped define a genre
Livestonth I am only giving this movie a 1 for the great cast, though I can't imagine what any of them were thinking. This movie was horrible
Gary The movie's not perfect, but it sticks the landing of its message. It was engaging - thrilling at times - and I personally thought it was a great time.
pjbhaumik There were so many outtakes from everyday life in America. The house parties, the strive to get laid, the bond amongst friends, going to college, and prom all played out in one way or another for most Americans. American Pie definitely blew some scenarios out of proportion, and the result was comedic. Film makers stripped this film down to just the set and a fun script. Most of this movie relied heavily on the script with a nice setting at the end. Dialogue between couples, conversation amongst friends, and advice from parents were all simple yet smart enough to stay funny. Physical humor did make a few cameos. This movie was like a slice of every funny memory from everyone's experiences all mashed up in one pie.
Jamesfilmfan905 American pie was porky's from the 90s a ribald gross out comedy about teenagers desperate to lose their virginity before they graduate from high school the result is a sweet but generally gross out comedy which overplays on sex and less about comedy a laughed but but not enough to recommend it enthusiastically . The performances are better than most of the gags around 45 percent of them work while the rest fall flat while the performances are pretty decent form Jason big gs the guy clueless about romance Shaun William Scott who undoubtedly gives the best and most memorable performance as the obnoxious stiffer while the rest apart from those two fail to make an impression such as Thomas Ian Nicholas , Chris Klein , Eddie Kaye Thomas . Whose characters are written so flatly that its hard to care about them .
Sam Richardson Let's not beat about it, American Pie is hilarious. Its crude, raunchy humour and frequently outrageous giggles will leave you scoffing with a mixture of bowel crunching laughter and light shock. Like most teen movies, it's extremely cheesy, but once you get past that, it's only too easy to fall into seeing the flick the way it was intended... without a shred of seriousness. The plot is simple enough. Four high school seniors pledge to lose their virginity before their fast approaching senior prom. The actors are at their best together, where the totally outrageous script truly doesn't hold back. By far the best feature of American Pie is its on-screen gags, which are both frequent and clever. They're outright brilliant, and will make you howl with laughter. However, for those who view their cinema closely, American Pie is also an exploration into coming of age. You get the impression that the boys are desperately on the cusp of bridging the gap between teenager and adult. Such an impression is all too easy to relate to, and viewers may feel all overcome with nostalgia at the eventful house parties and sexual banter. American Pie is comedy gold. It's utterly without dignity, but that's what makes it so wonderful. Sure, the acting's nothing special, but it's the boys' experiences that make it such a laugh. The plot and characters are strong enough that the film isn't totally ridiculous, but it's so cheeky and funny that it's become a popular classic.
CMTiago Ah the first time. In 1999, American Pie joined an elite club of teen comedies that would forever be remembered as classics in the genre. Not since Porky's, had a movie been as more outrageous as American Pie, and the fact is that the late 90's generation had a movie to sort of label them, but not in a negative way.The story follows a group of four teenage boys (Jim, Kevin, Oz and Finch), who pledge to lose their virginity, but things aren't as easy as they might seem. Jim is a bumbling buffoon who gets embarrassed talking to girls and listening to his father's awkward sexual advice. Kevin is dating Vicki, but has trouble balancing his feelings for her and his desire to have sex with her. Oz, after a college girl rejects him and gives him pointers, is looking to bring his sensitive side and ends up falling for Heather. And Finch finds a way to spread rumors about himself in school, but things don't turn out the way he planned.In all of these individuals, the raunchy, hilarious and sometimes even sexy situations will make you fall on the floor with laughter. However what I also love about this movies is that the characters evolve and actually face teen, and later adult, complications. As for this movie, it is my second favorite of the 4 movies, as American Pie 2 is my favorite. Still this first slice of pie, will always have a special taste for me. Rating 9,5/10