The gang reunited in this fourth installment in the American pie movie franchise (Not including the straight to DVD films) with all the laughs that this franchise had given us over the years. Going into this film, I wanted to have that same feeling that I used to receive from watching these movies when I was young, and after watching it, I wasn’t disappointed. Everything I came to expect out this movie was fulfilled, the Stifler moments were great to see even though I would have loved to see more out of him, especially when I saw another character who was similar to Stifler. Jason Biggs as Jim Levenstein is the same nice, corky character that still gives us some laughs as well as the rest of the crew; including Eugene Levy as Jim’s Dad who basically stole the movie with every scene he is in, (Spoiler Alert!) especially the one where he had to leave Stifler’s Party.
But for all the laughs I received from this movie, this film is made for the fans who loved the first 3 films. It runs on nostalgia, so if you didn’t like the first 3 movies before, this movie wouldn’t change your mind.
25th Anniversary of ‘Titanic’: How Titanic Became an Under-the-Surface Sensation in Taliban-Ruled Afghanistan
In honor of Titanic’s 25th anniversary, the iconic movie will be shown in movie theaters on February 10th this year. Because of how iconic this movie was internationally, there is an interesting story behind how the people in Afghanistan were able to see the movie when it was released, as they were under Taliban rule. All forms of entertainment were outlawed in Afghanistan when the Taliban initially took power there in the 1990s. Residents of Kabul and other cities frequently describe finding video and audiotape ribbons that were torn to pieces as if they had also been executed.