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American Wedding
     

American Wedding

3.7 7
Director: Jesse Dylan, Jason Biggs, Alyson Hannigan, January Jones

Cast: Jesse Dylan, Jason Biggs, Alyson Hannigan, January Jones

 

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The third film in the American Pie series, American Wedding, debuted on DVD in two different editions. This version contains the original version of the film seen in theaters. The picture is presented in a widescreen anamorphic transfer that preserves the original theatrical aspect ratio of 2.35:1. English, Spanish, and French soundtracks are rendered in

Overview

The third film in the American Pie series, American Wedding, debuted on DVD in two different editions. This version contains the original version of the film seen in theaters. The picture is presented in a widescreen anamorphic transfer that preserves the original theatrical aspect ratio of 2.35:1. English, Spanish, and French soundtracks are rendered in Dolby Digital 5.1. Supplemental materials include deleted scenes, bloopers, a featurette that concentrates on the witty remarks that have issued forth from the mouth of Stiffler, and other extras sure to be savored by fans of the film series. This is a fine release from Universal, although the unrated edition of the film containing bonus footage is probably preferable for many.

Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Ed Hulse
The American Pie trilogy comes to an eminently satisfying conclusion with the marriage of hapless hero Jim Levinstein (Jason Biggs) to erstwhile band geek Michelle Flaherty (Alyson Hannigan) in this frequently hilarious chapter. Jim and Michelle are planning the perfect wedding, but there is no way it will ever come off as long as the groom's buddies are involved -- especially the irrepressible Steve Stifler (Seann William Scott). Things get off to a rocky start when Jim fails to impress Michelle's morally rigid parents, and they then spiral out of control with a disastrous bachelor party and the accidental destruction of the entire floral arrangement. In the absence of previous Pie slices Chris Klein, Shannon Elizabeth, Tara Reid, and Mena Suvari, director Jesse Dylan (How High) offers more generous helpings of Stifler, played by scene stealer Scott with his customary exuberance. As Michelle's parents, series newcomers Fred Willard and Deborah Rush figure prominently in the raucous bachelor party scene, and Eugene Levy is back on hand as Jim's dad to dispense parental pearls of wisdom to his embarrassment-prone son. Some of the comedy set pieces are forced, and the recycling of gags from the first two Pie outings becomes occasionally wearisome; but, for most of its running time, American Wedding is a worthy successor to its outlandish predecessors.
Chicago Sun-Times - Roger Ebert
Although the movie cheerfully offends all civilized notions of taste, decorum, manners and hygiene, it has a sweetness that is impossible to discount, and it is often very funny.
Variety
The funny stuff continues for a quite satisfying conclusion during the wedding prep and ceremonies, which Stifler single-handedly transforms into his own personal gross-out comedy masterpiece.

Product Details

Release Date:
01/02/2004
UPC:
0025192347429
Original Release:
2003
Rating:
R
Source:
Universal Studios
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Wide Screen]
Sound:
[Dolby Digital, Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time:
1:37:00

Special Features

Exclusive to this rated edition is the featurette "Kevin Cam: A Day in the Life of an Actor." It offers the original, R-rated edition of American Wedding, plus: feature commentary with director Jesse Dylan and Seann William Scott; feature commentary with Jason Biggs, Alyson Hannigan, Eddie Kaye Thomas, and Thomas Ian Nicholas; deleted scenes; outtakes; "Stifler Speak" featurette; "Cheesy Wedding Video" featurette; "Nikki's Hollywood Journal" featurette; DVD-ROM features; cast and filmmaker biographies.

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Jason Biggs Jim Levenstein
Alyson Hannigan Michelle Flaherty
January Jones Cadence Flaherty
Thomas Ian Nicholas Kevin Myers
Seann William Scott Steve Stifler
Eddie Kaye Thomas Paul Finch
Fred Willard Harold Flaherty
Eugene Levy Jim's Dad
Deborah Rush Mary
Eric Allan Kramer Bear
Molly Cheek Jim's Mom
Angela Paton Grandma
Jennifer Coolidge Stifler's Mom
Tim Allen Stifler's Dad
Nikki Ziering Officer Krystal
Justin Isfeld Justin
John Cho John
Patrick Gallo Dress Salesman
Amanda Swisten Fraulein Brandi
Logan Bartholomew Football Guy
William Belli Butch Queen
Chris Bender Scared Guy in Bathroom
Michael Garrity Coleman Maitre'd
Neal Flaherty Football Team Captain
Peter Gaddis Football Celebrant
Rey Gallegos Leslie Summers
Tony Gatto Elderly Man With Walker
Max Goudsmit Football Guy at Altar
Brad Hammer Gay Male
Kate Hendrickson Florist
Loren Lester Celebrant
Antoinette Levine Cultured Saleswoman
Rob Nagle Floral Assistant
Julie Payne Mrs. Zyskowski
Lawrence Pressman Head Coach
Jim Reese Concierge
Corinne Reilly-Elfont Caterer
Peter Reinert Bartender
Frank Roessler Gay Bar Back
Ryan Rubin Gay Male
Golde Starger Elderly Woman in Restaurant
Alexis Thorpe Jennifer

Technical Credits
Jesse Dylan Director
Lloyd Ahern Cinematographer
Lisa Beach Casting
Christophe Beck Score Composer
Chris Bender Producer
John Bissell Musical Direction/Supervision
Pamela Withers Chilton Costumes/Costume Designer
Marguerite Derricks Choreography
Louis G. Friedman Executive Producer
Cameron Hamza Sound/Sound Designer
Clayton R. Hartley Production Designer
Adam Herz Producer,Screenwriter
Sarah Katzman Casting
Mark Anthony Little Asst. Director
Chris Moore Producer
Stuart H. Pappe Editor
Craig Perry Producer
Brana Michelle Rosenfeld Set Decoration/Design
Josh Shader Associate Producer
Gregory A. Weimerskirch Art Director
Chris Weitz Executive Producer
Paul Weitz Executive Producer
Warren Zide Producer

Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Popping the Question
2. The Engagement Party
3. Wedding Recon
4. Not Invited
5. A Dress in Chicago
6. Looking for Leslie
7. Stifler's Moves
8. Cadence
9. Good Friend Steven
10. The Finchmeister
11. Fatherly Advice
12. The Bachelor Party
13. Heading for a Wedding
14. A Hairy Incident
15. Going to the Dogs
16. Fresh Chocolate
17. Grandma and the Goya
18. Plans With Cadence
19. The Flower Killer
20. Stifler's Score
21. Pre-Wedding Priorities
22. Love Is...
23. Where's Grandma?
24. Husband and Wife
25. The Wedding Dance
26. Perfectly Natural
27. The Master
28. End Titles

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American Wedding 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
jet123 More than 1 year ago
i love you one a two a three to be do i love you four some day that i can say the truth yeahh
goodgirl2 29 days ago
If it has Stilfler in it then its great. He is the cool character that just wants to have fun.
Guest More than 1 year ago
American Wedding was a hilarious finale for the trilogy. I thought it was the best of the 3 films. It had a lot more of Stifler's outrageous wordage and Jim's embarrassing moments. The laughter starts from the very beginning when Jim proposes to Michelle at a fancy restaurant. There were a couple downers as Finch once again hooks up with Stifler's mom (kind of old) the two Asian guys (don't know who they are) still adoring her. That's the reason for a 4 instead of a 5. The icing on the cake, though, was the bachelor party that Stifler holds at Jim's house. Everything goes down the drain when Jim accidentally brings Michelle's parents, who he is trying to impress, back to the house in the middle of the bachelor party.
Guest More than 1 year ago
As far as comedy's go this is the best movie I have seen, you will laugh non-stop. This movie makes the first two seem dull and lifeless. It's a must see or buy it and share will all your family and freinds.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Amercian Wedding is real funny the 3rd movie from all the Amercian Pie films and ofcourse Stifler is back wow what a cool movie warning movie has nudity! LoL and Stilfer!
Guest More than 1 year ago
One was funny as hell, Two was pretty tolerabe, but Three....was just miserable! It just wasnt the same. Stifler was the funniest in part 1 and 2, but in this one he wasnt even amusing.I would not recommend this to anyone.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago