American Pie: The Wedding

As the franchise gets ever more desperate, any wit is sacrificed for diminishing returns of grosser grossness and louder loudness. If you want to see Jason Biggs' pubic hair find its way into the wedding cake while he does his 'embarrassed' face for the thousandth time, this is the movie for you. Directed by Bob Dylan's son, for Christ's sakes.

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As the franchise gets ever more desperate, any wit is sacrificed for diminishing returns of grosser grossness and louder loudness. If you want to see Jason Biggs’ pubic hair find its way into the wedding cake while he does his ’embarrassed’ face for the thousandth time, this is the movie for you. Directed by Bob Dylan’s son, for Christ’s sakes.

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