American Pie (1999)
Director: Chris Weitz / Paul Weitz
Screenwriter: Adam Hertz
Starring: Jason Biggs, Chris Klein, Seann William Scott, Thomas Ian Nicholas, Alyson Hannigan, Shannon Elizabeth, Tara Reid / Eddie Kaye Thomas/ Eugene Levy/ Natasha Lyonne/ Mena Suvari/ Jennifer Coolidge/ Chris Owen/ Eric Lively/ Molly ·Cook
Genre: Comedy / Romance / Youth
Region: United States
Released: 1999-07-09 (USA)
Series:  American Pie
Runtime: 95 minutes
AKA: American Pie / American Virgin / East Great Falls High
Rating: IMDB 7.0 / Rotten Tomatoes 61%
Four big American boys Jim (Jason Biggs), Kevin (Thomas Ian Nicholas), Finch (Eddie Kaye Thomas), O’Neill Ziz (Chris Klein) is about to graduate from high school, but all four of them are still stunned (virgins). The four were ridiculed because of this, and they also had a heart, and vowed to bid farewell to the virgin before graduation.
They held a party before the graduation party, trying to find their own girl on the party and bid farewell to their virginity. Unexpectedly, saying goodbye to a virgin is not as simple as imagined, nor does it go as planned. They always lose their chances at the last minute due to one or another reason.
The graduation party is coming soon, and this is their last chance before graduation, and the four of them started to step up their preparations again. Jim, who has a set of sex knowledge taught by his father, Kevin who likes to read the library’s sex “Bible” the most, Finch who likes older women the most, and Ozzy who is versatile, all for their own in this party. We vowed to fight, so there were scenes full of jokes.
“American Pie” is a 1999 comedy film directed by Paul Weitz and written by Adam Herz. It stars Jason Biggs, Chris Klein, Thomas Ian Nicholas, Eddie Kaye Thomas, Seann William Scott, Tara Reid, Mena Suvari, and Eugene Levy. The film follows a group of high school friends who make a pact to lose their virginity before their graduation.
The film received mixed reviews from critics but was a commercial success, grossing over $235 million worldwide against a budget of $11 million. It spawned several sequels and became a cultural phenomenon of the late 1990s and early 2000s. Its title refers to the traditional American dessert of the same name.