American Pie Presents: Band Camp | Full Movie
American Pie Presents: Band Camp
- 1h 31m
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Get ready for the wildest, most hilarious slice of American Pie ever! This time around, the bad-boy antics of Stifler’s younger brother Matt get him sentenced to a summer at…Band Camp! Join the fun as the outrageous Stifler tradition lives on in this uproarious romp filled with gorgeous camp counselors, hilarious hidden cameras and a late-night encounter with a certain musical instrument. Co-starring “Jim’s Dad,” Eugene Levy, and an irresistible cast including a pair of Playmates, it’s a Pie-style party you’ll never forget.
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Crass and unnecessary sequel with lots of cursing, sex.
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Parents need to know that American Pie Presents: Band Camp is a 2005 teen sex comedy. To the point of utter tedium, this installment from the American Pie franchise is filled with as much profanity, sex-themed sight gags, and crass humor as cinematically possible without being a straight-up pornographic movie. Ironically enough, there's very little nudity -- brief male and female nudity. The lead character uses "f--k" in almost every line of dialogue, attempts sex with an oboe, masturbates into a bottle of sunscreen so that his archrivals will use it and smear his semen on their faces and chests, and makes plenty of sexist remarks as well as the occasional homophobic one-liner. Lots of teen drinking and drunkenness. While the movie does make a half-hearted attempt to show that a character who has behaved like the worst dude-bro frat-brah in history is capable of change, by the time this potential is suggested, viewers are long past caring, assuming they ever did in the first place. While clearly marketed to teen boys, it really shouldn't be viewed by anyone.
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- Release Date:December 26, 2005
- Highest Available for Purchase:HD