Fans of the franchise will remember that Jim (Jason Biggs) and Michelle (Alyson Hannigan) are married — and now they have a 2-year-old and the non-existent sex life that comes along with the tyke.
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Audience Reviews for American Reunion ½ Decent but fun movie, really bring nostalgic and the producer decision to collecting all the old stars and bring em back together is just amazing..
American Reunion reminds us what we liked about the original: the way the movie sweetened its raunch to build a rooting interest in these characters. Read full review TIME Magazine
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There are also four straight-to-video spin-off releases, all under the banner of «American Pie Presents.» There’s «Band Camp» (2005), «The Naked Mile» (2006), «Beta House» (2007), and «The Book Of Love» (2009). The «American Pie Presents» efforts mostly involve relatives or friends of …
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American Reunion, the fourth slice in the unabashedly cringe-inducing franchise after American Pie 1 and 2 and American Wedding (plus four tepid direct-to-video spinoffs) tips the scales perilously toward gross comic gluttony. Stifler used this female luge in the 2011 comedy «American Reunion».
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A Walk to Remember – Nicholas Sparks Movie with Mandy Moore & Shane West Print Win. The movie was good, but they rushed too fast at the end and left out much of the last couple of chapters. can’t wait untill april to see the ‘american reunion! American Pie series The Denver Post.