American Pie Presents: Beta House (Unrated) | Full Movie
American Pie Presents: Beta House (Unrated)
- 1h 28m
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Get ready for the most hilarious freshman year in collegiate history - American Pie is pledging Beta House in this Unrated version of the outrageous comedy. Join Dwight Stifler, his cousin Erik, Mr. Levenstein (Eugene Levy), and the infamous Beta House fraternity for the fresh and wild piece of Pie that was too hot for theaters!
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Common Sense Says
Raunchy college comedy is sexist, dumb, and boring.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that American Pie: Beta House is a 2007 movie that is part of the American Pie movie series. The movie has lots of profanity (including "f--k"), binge-drinking without consequences, female nudity, and countless references to sex, including bestiality and sexual acts involving defecation. There is nothing redeeming about this movie in any way, shape, or form. In a time when date rape and sexual assault are finally receiving intense scrutiny on college campuses everywhere, this movie revels in encouraging white male frat boys to have consequence-free sex of all kinds and varieties, to binge-drink until they vomit on a woman's cleavage, and to see women as little more than decorative sex objects. The only adults in the movie actively encourage this behavior. Any feeble attempt at humor has been done so many times in so many similar movies dating back to Animal House, and the sheer unoriginality of the entire thing is merely the tip of the proverbial iceberg when it comes to the myriad ways in which this movie is unwatchable. A horrible movie, by any standard.
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- Genre:Comedy, Franchise
- Release Date:December 23, 2007
- Highest Available for Purchase:HD