Overall Rank: 11573
Average Rating: 2.3/4
# of Ratings: 146
Theatrical Release Date: 08/01/2003
Genre: Comedy, Romance
MPAA Rating: R
Director: Jesse Dylan
Actors: Jason Biggs, Seann William Scott, Alyson Hannigan, Eddie Kaye Thomas, Thomas Ian Nicholas, January Jones
Plot: Jim has finally proposed to Michelle and the old gang is back to celebrate. Can Jim survive Stifler's bachelor party, meeting Michelle's parents and learning to dance -- Chris Kavan
Quick Movie Reviews
Matthew Brady - wrote on 02/27/2014
Jim has finally proposed to Michelle and the old gang is back to celebrate. Can Jim survive Stifler's bachelor party, meeting Michelle's parents and learning to dance. This movie has funny jokes and it's enjoyable.
Snoogans - wrote on 09/17/2011
Manages to out gross the first two (and I don't mean in money). I have to give some respect to the filmmakers and cast, for continuously pushing the raunchy humor further with each film and playing it fully awkward. If you like this series, then there are some laughs to be had here again.
mitchellyoung - wrote on 09/17/2010
I actually think this film is almost better than the first. The cast is top-notch here and the humor isn't actually that forced. Plus the awkward parent bits are amazing. I have a soft spot for this one, I think. I don't really know why.
Full Movie Reviews
MovieAddict - wrote on 05/23/2012
The third slice of pie sees Jim Levinstein (Jason Biggs) take nymphomaniac Michelle (Hannigan) up the aisle whilst trying to keep one-man wrecking machine Stiffler (Sean Williams Scott) away from the ceremony. But Stifler has something he can hold over poor Jim's head --- Jim can't dance, and Steve teaches him how in order to get an unwritten invitation. The obnoxious, one-track-minded Stifler is also determined to make Michelle's sister Cadence (January Jones) another sexual conquest of his by acting like an angelic preppie. He brings the bulk of the laughs in the movie along with backup help from Jim's Dad and occasionally Finch who is also competing for the affections of Cadance. Stifler has done some really gross things in the past movies but in this one he really does take the cake …
AttackoftheSequel - wrote on 06/20/2010
It wasn't as good as the first two movies. Stifler seemed a lot more annoying in this movie than the other two. He had some weird annoying laugh that either wasn't present or I didn't notice as much in the previous installments. But he still had some funny scenes in the movie such as when he was acting like a preppy gentleman. The absence of Chris Klein also hurt the movie I thought. Especially since there was no explanation in the movie as to why Oz was not around. You'd think being one of Jim's best friends he'd be invited. They could've at least made up some excuse as to why he was absent. Would it really have been that hard? It also need the Shermanator. Well maybe not but the two MILF guys were around for some reason, they could have invited Sherman along as well. In conclusion it …
The M.O.W. - wrote on 08/01/2008
"Jim" (Jason Biggs) and the love of his life "Michelle" (Alyson Hannigan) are getting married, and some of the wacky cast from the previous "American Pie" movies are invited, except for "Stifler" (Seann William Scott).
This movie has the fewest funny scenes I have seen, and the most are near the start of the film. And those are only good enough for an out-loud chuckle at best.
The cast is quite comfortable, and work pretty well together. I never saw the other movies, so the characters didn't seem developed that well to me. I suggest you watch the first two movies to familiarize yourself the cast of characters.
The cast performances were fine, except Scott, who seemed pretty stiff and uncomfortable. I do believe that's the character however, but since I never saw the first …
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