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American Pie 2
American Pie 2
is a 2001 American sex comedy film and the sequel to the 1999 film American Pie and the second film in the American Pie film series. It was written by Adam Herz and David H. Steinberg
David H. Steinberg
and directed by James B. Rogers. The film picks up the story of the five friends from the first film as they reunite during the summer after their first year of college. It was released in the United States
United States
on August 10, 2001, and grossed over $145 million in the US and $142 million overseas on a budget of $30 million. It was followed by another sequel, American Wedding. The film tells the story of five friends Jim, Kevin, Steve ("Stifler"), Chris ("Oz") and Paul ("Finch") and their attempts to have the greatest summer party ever. Much of the film takes place at a summer beach house in Grand Haven, Michigan, per Kevin's older brother's suggestion.

Contents

1 Plot 2 Different versions 3 Cast 4 Production 5 Reception

5.1 Home Media

6 Soundtrack 7 References 8 External links

Plot[edit] After their freshman year at college, the four friends regroup for a party held by Stifler (Seann William Scott), their overtly sex-crazed class clown and good friend. His party is shut down thanks in part to the neighbors calling the police. Kevin (Thomas Ian Nicholas) is inspired by his brother to make his summer with his friends count by renting a beach home. He, Jim, Oz, and Finch plan to take off to a beach house together, where they intend to spend the summer. Kevin realizes a problem and worked out that they can only afford the house if they have a fifth member to work along with them. Stifler takes charge of much of the organizing, often ending up leading the group in their misadventures. Oz (Chris Klein) is miserable, being away from his girlfriend Heather (Mena Suvari), who is in Spain. During the stay at the beach house, they proceed to start having phone sex to vent some of their loneliness, which ends up being interrupted by Stifler. Heather later shows up early to the party, ending the short storyline that Oz is involved in. After arriving in Grand Harbor they settle in, they manage to find work painting a house (based on the Tuition Painters franchise) in the area together, mistaking the owners for lesbians. Jim (Jason Biggs), Stifler and Finch (Eddie Kaye Thomas) end up performing "like for like" sexual acts on each other in return for being able to watch the girls doing the same thing. Oz and Kevin take turns watching up a ladder and listening on the walkie-talkie also in the room. The conversation is accidentally picked up and heard by many other people in the neighborhood. Finally at the end of the last party, Stifler manages to have a wild threesome with the owners of the house. After this, many concurrent stories run at the same time, some interacting with each other, others staying mainly separate. Nadia (Shannon Elizabeth) is coming to visit Jim in August. When she arrives early, Jim asks for help from band geek Michelle (Alyson Hannigan), humiliating himself in front of the audience when he pretends to be Petey, a mentally challenged boy who plays the trombone. They pretend to be in a relationship so that Nadia will not expect Jim to have sex (Jim is involved in an incident involving a tube of super glue he mistook for lube; he accidentally glued his hand to his penis while watching a porno film and injured himself, leaving him wounded and unable to perform). Jim and Michelle break the mock relationship off once he is ready to have sex with Nadia, but by then Michelle has really fallen in love with Jim, and soon Jim realizes that he has found his soul-mate in Michelle. Nadia also realizes this and tells him, "Go, get your band geek, and I will find mine". Jim goes and plays the trombone once more whilst Michelle is playing the flute at a major recital in order to show her that she is the one he wants to be with. Finch has become involved in the sexual art of Tantra, and claims that through Tantra
Tantra
he can "make an orgasm last for days". He is waiting for Stifler's Mom (Jennifer Coolidge), who he had sex with in the first film, hoping she will show up and be willing to do it again. He thinks she arrives when a vehicle turns up after Stifler is talking on the phone, but it turns out to be his little brother Matt (Eli Marienthal), the star of later films. He spends the night talking with a few girls, but he doesn't sleep with any of them. The next morning, after the party, a Mercedes coupe with darkened windows turns up, Finch approaches and it turns out Stifler's Mom has come after all. He jumps at the chance and they drive off together, Stifler not realizing until after the car has driven off that it was Finch and his mother. After being asked, she reveals her name is Jeanine, but also instructs Finch to resume calling her "Stifler's mom" as per usual. The geeky Sherman (Chris Owen) gives up on getting anyone after he is turned down by the experienced and sharp-tongued Jessica (Natasha Lyonne), but the rejected Nadia, who wanted Jim because he was a geek, is turned on by his "Sherminator" gimmick, and they end up in bed together. Kevin doesn't end up "getting off" with anyone, but he does seem to succeed in getting over Vicky (Tara Reid) after making advances on her throughout the film. Different versions[edit]

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Two versions of the movie have been released: the R-rated and the unrated version. To obtain an R rating the movie had to be cut slightly. Altogether 19 scenes were altered. Cast[edit]

Jason Biggs
Jason Biggs
as James "Jim" Levenstein Chris Klein as Chris "Oz" Ostreicher Thomas Ian Nicholas
Thomas Ian Nicholas
as Kevin Myers Eddie Kaye Thomas
Eddie Kaye Thomas
as Paul Finch Seann William Scott
Seann William Scott
as Steven "Steve" Stifler Alyson Hannigan
Alyson Hannigan
as Michelle Flaherty Tara Reid
Tara Reid
as Victoria "Vicky" Lathum Natasha Lyonne
Natasha Lyonne
as Jessica Mena Suvari
Mena Suvari
as Heather Shannon Elizabeth
Shannon Elizabeth
as Nadia Eugene Levy
Eugene Levy
as Noah Levenstein Chris Owen as Chuck "Sherminator" Sherman Molly Cheek as Mrs. Levenstein Denise Faye as Danielle Lisa Arturo as Amber John Cho
John Cho
as John Eli Marienthal
Eli Marienthal
as Matt Stifler Casey Affleck
Casey Affleck
as Tom Myers Jennifer Coolidge
Jennifer Coolidge
as Jeanine Stifler Joelle Carter
Joelle Carter
as Natalie Adam Brody
Adam Brody
as High School Guy (unrated version only) JoAnna Garcia
JoAnna Garcia
as Christie George Wyner as Camp Director

Production[edit] Principal photography took place from February 14 to April 27, 2001. Reception[edit] American Pie 2
American Pie 2
has received mixed reviews from critics. On Rotten Tomatoes the film currently has a 52% average rating based on 126 reviews stating "Being a sequel, American Pie 2
American Pie 2
doesn't retain the freshness of the original, nor is it as funny."[2] Home Media[edit] American Pie 2
American Pie 2
was released on VHS and DVD in January 15, 2002. The movie was released in two different versions an R-rated version and an unrated version. Soundtrack[edit]

American Pie

Soundtrack album by Various Artists

Released August 10, 2001

Label Uptown/Universal

Various Artists chronology

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American Pie 2
Soundtrack 2001 American Wedding
American Wedding
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Blink-182
Blink-182
– "Every Time I Look For You" Green Day
Green Day
– "Scumbag" Left Front Tire
Left Front Tire
– "Bring You Down" American Hi-Fi
American Hi-Fi
– "Vertigo" Uncle Kracker
Uncle Kracker
– "(I'm Gonna) Split This Room in Half" 3 Doors Down
3 Doors Down
– "Be Like That" ( American Pie 2
American Pie 2
Edit) Alien Ant Farm
Alien Ant Farm
– "Good For a Woman" Angela Ammons – "Always Getting over You" Jettingham – "Cheating" Flying Blind – "Smokescreen" Fenix*TX – "Phoebe Cates" The Exit
The Exit
– "Susan" Sum 41
Sum 41
– "Fat Lip" Lucia Cifarelli
Lucia Cifarelli
– "I Will" Oleander – "Halo" Witness – "Here's One For You" (is on some soundtrack versions)

The following songs were included in the movie but were not featured on the soundtrack:

The Afghan Whigs
The Afghan Whigs
– "Something Hot" Lit – "A Place in the Sun" The Lemonheads
The Lemonheads
– "Mrs. Robinson" (written and originally performed by Simon & Garfunkel) Oleander – "Bruise" Lit – "The Last Time Again" Libra presents Taylor – "Anomaly (Calling Your Name)" American Hi-Fi
American Hi-Fi
– "Flavor of the Weak" Hoi Polloi – "On My Mind" Transmatic – "Blind Spot" John Philip Sousa
John Philip Sousa
– "Gladiator March" Hoagy Carmichael
Hoagy Carmichael
& Stuart Gorrell – "Georgia on My Mind" Ali Dee – "In and Out" Rafael Hernandez Marin
Rafael Hernandez Marin
– "El Cumbanchero" Michelle Branch
Michelle Branch
– "Everywhere" Weezer
Weezer
– "Hash Pipe" Julius Wechter – "Spanish Flea" Alien Ant Farm
Alien Ant Farm
– "Smooth Criminal" Toilet Böys – "Another Day in the Life" The Offspring
The Offspring
– "Want You Bad" Sum 41
Sum 41
– "In Too Deep" New Found Glory
New Found Glory
– "Hit or Miss" Witness – "Here's One For You" (uncredited) (is on some soundtrack versions) Larry Marciano – "The Way it Used to Be" Third Eye Blind
Third Eye Blind
– "Semi Charmed Life" Zed – "Renegade Fighter"

References[edit]

^ " American Pie 2
American Pie 2
(2001)". Box Office Mojo. Retrieved 2009-04-25.  ^ https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/american_pie_2

External links[edit]

Official website American Pie 2
American Pie 2
on IMDb American Pie 2
American Pie 2
at the TCM Movie Database American Pie 2
American Pie 2
at Rotten Tomatoes American Pie 2
American Pie 2
at AllMovie American Pie 2
American Pie 2
at Box Office Mojo

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American Pie

Main films

American Pie (1999) American Pie 2
American Pie 2
(2001) American Wedding
American Wedding
(2003) American Reunion
American Reunion
(2012)

Spin-offs

Band Camp (2005) The Naked Mile (2006) Beta House (2007) The Book of Love (2009)

Other

Characters

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Teen Choice Award
Teen Choice Award
for Choice Movie – Comedy

There's Something About Mary
There's Something About Mary
(1999) Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me (2000) Miss Congeniality (2001) American Pie 2
American Pie 2
(2002) Sweet Home Alabama (2003) Shrek 2
Shrek 2
(2004) Napoleon Dynamite
Napoleon Dynamite
(2005) She's the Man
She's the Man
(2006) Knocked Up
Knocked Up
(2007) Juno (2008) Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian (2009) Date Night
Date Night
(2010) Bad Teacher
Bad Teacher
(2011) 21 Jump Street (2012) Pitch Perfect
Pitch Perfect
(2013) The Other Woman (2014) Pitch Perfect
Pitch Perfect
2 (2015) Ride Along 2
Ride Along 2
(2016) Finding

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