Review Date: July 25, 2003
Director: Jesse Dylan
Writer: Adam Herz
Producers: Craig Perry, Warren Zide
Seann William Scott
If you enjoyed Scott's performances in either of the previous PIE installments, plop your bucks down for this flick and crack up as he struts it up in a gay night club, pretends to be a "nice guy" to get the girl, takes the "eat shit" adage to a whole new level and swears as much as anyone in any movie this year. The film also showcases some sweet T&A with a wonderful package of two hot-ass chicks (Nikkie Ziering & Amanda Swisten), one dressed in full S&M cop gear, and the other in a sexy, European maid's uniform. Both girls are about as delicious as they come, feature their titties in full-force, as well as their sculped g-string behinds and provide the film with one of its few truly inspired sequences. Eugene Levy and Fred Willard are also sporadically humorous as the respective fathers of the wedding couple, but for the most part, the film really doesn't generate a consistent amount of laughs other than Scott's character, drops in energy during its second half as things suddenly turn a little more "dramatic" as a scene featuring "dead flowers" seems to suck the entire livelihood out of everyone in the wedding party (dudes...calm the fuck down...they're just flowers!!) and ultimately goes for one too many "easy" jokes which just didn't do it for me. Having said that, as per any comedy, it might all depend on your mood as well; consider one specific lady sitting next to me who could not have laughed any louder during pretty much every scene in this movie-- to the point that I wanted to drill her in the face with my left elbow...but maybe that's just the salsa talking. On the whole though, I think I already said this in my review of the previous installment of this series, but the gas has simply ran out on these folks and I hope to God that they all look in the mirror, recognize their 90210-age range brackets and respectively move on to create more original and humorous motion pictures instead of wringing every dry penny out of this rehashed franchise. Please no AMERICAN HONEYMOON...