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American Pie 3: American Wedding

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In this edition, Jim Levinstein asks Michelle Flaherty to marry him. The big moment is to happen in a very nice restaurant. Jim hints that he wants to ask Michelle a very important question, and his hinting about is misinterpreted by Michelle, who crawls under the table to do what she thinks Jim wants. In the mean time, Jim's dad, played by SCTV alumni Joe Levy, shows up and sits in Michelle's chair, unaware that she is under the table. Michelle goes unnoticed until Jim's dad mentions the wedding proposal, which causes Michelle to bump the underside of the table. Jim jumps up, his pants are down, and it's embarrassment and pandemonium. Get on the guest list for this Unrated rite of passage. Jim and Michelle are saying 'I do,' and Stifler is planning the bachelor party!
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Common Sense Media
Another slice of American Pie. Older teens only.
December 21, 2010
Good Morning America
American Wedding, the hardly awaited sequel to American Pie I and II, picks up right where the others left off. Which is to say it starts at the bottom and works its way down from there.
June 22, 2015
USA Today
Dylan delivers a comedy just on the high side of exactly what's expected.
August 01, 2003
Ultra Culture
The franchise's most expensive entry is also its most disappointing.
April 29, 2012
I've been had! People told me this didn't suck!
May 26, 2004
The "American Pie" franchise throws in another kitchen sink of gross-out sight gags by screenwriter Adam Herz ("American Pie" 1 and 2) in this third, and hopefully final installment, of percolating testosterone commotion.
May 26, 2009
Rolling Stone
A worn-out gross-out.
August 19, 2003
Village Voice
The formula has long since hardened into a flaky mess.
August 05, 2003
If there was ever a case of Hollywood's over-stroking a formula to squeeze every last drop out of it, American Wedding is it.
August 02, 2003