American Pie (movie)

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American Pie is a 1999 film, the first by director Paul Weitz, written by Adam Hertz. The movie is about a group of four high-school male seniors set on losing their virginity by the end of senior prom.

The film stars Jason Biggs as Jim, Shannon Elizabeth, Alyson Hannigan, Chris Klein and Seann William Scott. This film was released by Universal Pictures.

It is one of the films which represent an era when Hollywood has turned toward new fresh talented filmmakers to introduce new ideas which break away from the old templates of Hollywood comedy movies. Since its release on home video, American Pie has become a cult film among teenagers across the world.

Some taglines for this movie's release were:

  • There's something about your first piece.
  • Fill that sticky hole!
  • Come again!
  • Boy gets girl. Boy loses girl. Boy gets pie
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Plot synopsis

American Pie tells the story of four high school seniors and their attempts to lose their virginity. Jim (Jason Biggs) has the least amount of experience of the four and has difficulty talking to girls. Kevin (Thomas Ian Nicholas) has a steady girlfriend, Vicki (Tara Reid), but theyíve yet to go all the way. "Oz" (Chris Klein) is the jock who comes on too strongly to girls. And Finch (Eddie Kaye Thomas) is the mochachino drinking sophisticate who exhibits adult mannerisms, and yet canít use the bathroom in a public toilet. This quartet forms a pact that they will have sex by the night of the prom. Once this pact is made, the foursome try many ways to find and seduce the right woman. Oz decides that he must be sensitive towards women. Kevin decides that he must learn to please Vicki. Finch attempts to create a reputation for himself so that the women will chase him. And Jim... well, poor Jim ends up in many awkward situations (many involving his father (Eugene Levy) catching him in bizarre acts) which leave him desperate to find a date for the prom. In the end, the four friends realize that while sex is great, it may not be the most important thing in life.

Of course, itís not the plot of "American Pie" that made it a success. The plot is simply an excuse for many outrageous situations to occur. The most famous scene in the film is the one in which Jim experiments with the apple pie. There is also Jimís striptease. Some of the funniest scenes are the ones in which Jimís dad attempts to talk to him about sex. For the first half of the film, "American Pie" seems to be determined to outdo itself by piling on one risque scene after another.

Soundtrack Listing

  • Release date: June 29, 1999
  • Label: Universal
  1. Third Eye Blind - "New Girl"
  2. Tonic - "You Wanted More"
  3. Blink 182 - "Mutt"
  4. Sugar Ray - "Glory"
  5. Super TransAtlantic - "Superdown"
  6. Dishwalla - "Find Your Way Back Home"
  7. Bic Runga - "Good Morning Baby"
  8. Shades Apart - "Stranger By The Day"
  9. Bachelor Number One - "Summertime"
  10. Goldfinger - "Vintage Queen"
  11. Bic Runga - "Sway"
  12. Loose Nuts - "Wishen"
  13. The Atomic Fireballs - "Man With The Hex"

See also

External links

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