American Pie Presents Band Camp

  • 15
  • Steve Rash (2005)
  • US
  • 87 min
Film Review
Reviewed By
1 out of 5

The blockbuster teenage franchise was never going to be trumpeted as a classic series, but the original was pretty good and even the second one had its moments. But this straight-to-DVD sequel sees the saga hit rock bottom and it is as excruciating as some junior school orchestra concerts can be. With only the shameless Eugene Levy and a grown-up Chris ("The Shermanator") Owen around to give it any semblance of credibility, the lead character here is Stifler's equally obnoxious little brother (newcomer Tad Hilgenbrinck) who is sentenced to band camp when an end of year school prank goes wrong. To impress his older sibling, he decides to use his punishment to make a "students go wild" reality film. There's a tiredness to the gags and even the crudity has a TV tameness about it, so lads' mag fans are likely to be disappointed, too.

Plot Summary

Spin-off from the popular comedy series starring regular Eugene Levy. Stifler's equally obnoxious little brother (Tad Hilgenbrinck) is sentenced to band camp when an end-of-year school prank goes wrong.

Cast and crew

Cast

Mr Levenstein
Eugene Levy
Matt Stifler
Tad Hilgenbrinck
Elyse
Arielle Kebbel
Dani
Rachel Veltri
Sherri
Angela Little
Oscar
Omar Benson Miller
Sherman
Chris Owen

Crew

Director
Steve Rash

Other Information

Language: 
English
Colour
Guidance: 
May be edited for language and nudity.
Available on DVD
Certificate 15
Distributor:
Universal Pictures
Categories
Comedy

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