American Pie Presents Band Camp

American Pie Presents Band Camp

Matt Stifler wants to be just like his big bro, making porn movies and having a good time in college. After sabotaging the school band, he gets sent to band camp where he really doesn't like it at first but then learns how to deal with the bandeez.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:94 minutes
  • Release:2005
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:band,   nurse,   prank,  

Matt Stifler wants to be just like his big bro, making porn movies and having a good time in college. After sabotaging the school band, he gets sent to band camp where he really doesn't like it at first but then learns how to deal with the bandeez. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Brandon S (it) wrote: There's something to be said for the fact that the quietest, slow-burn thriller in a long while is also the most gut-churning. Jeremy Saulnier has an eye for the deep, intricate methods of communication in the human face; that's the language this film is in at the end of the day. This is a movie about people, misunderstanding, misinformation, and the violence that erupts from that vicious combination.

Don S (ru) wrote: A historical film densely populated by characters with similar sounding names, but I had no trouble keeping up with them. This is powerfully acted and brilliantly choreographed. At nearly 2.5 hours, it is a bit long but not boring. The violence is plentiful, but it is war after all. The scope is immense, but the characters are real/believable and down to earth. I really was surprised how much I enjoyed this.

Jesse F (ru) wrote: An insult to the original but I have to admit Bob Sagat's cameo is one of the funniest bits I've seen in film.

Belinda W (us) wrote: A great movie!!! The end was alittle bit of a let down, but it was still really good!! :)

Jessica H (fr) wrote: This movie to me was amazing, maybe poorly shot, but it showed all the positives of raving. Instead of all the negativity that is portrayed. Since I am apart of the rave scene I have a higher opinion of this movie, even my dad thought it was a good movie. Also, it was amazing that it was shot in San Francisco, and it showed the beauty of the city. Maybe real raves now a days arent as pure in music and unity as they use to be, but for sure the movie shows what raves can be.

Yash B (mx) wrote: A wild disney classic. A thoroughly enjoyable movie that shows off impressive effects for its time. It's an adventure movie in which the peril feels genuine and is a lot of fun.

Alan L (es) wrote: So bad it's almost brilliant. A large budget bonkers mess of a movie. On the plus side it's a great spectacle with impressive special effects and the unforgettable naked charm of Mathilda May. Very nice blu-ray release by Arrow Video that includes an entertaining 'Making Of' documentary.

Shantel D (jp) wrote: This was probably alot better in the 70's. The animation is pretty shabby too, regardless of time. I didn't find it offensive in the least, but it was too political for me.... in the most boring way possible.

Sheryl Z (es) wrote: I liked this movie, but it made me feel a bit awkward in spots. But then I think the awkwardness was part of why I liked it.It's kind of like "Bob and Carol and Ted and Alice" in that it's experimenting with the whole issue of monogamy, love and friendship, jealousy, emotional self control, what's open-minded versus what is kind of helplessly cruel. People struggling to balance passion and honesty with empathy and sensitivity.So, I definitely liked it, but in an uncomfortable sort of way.

Brandon W (fr) wrote: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is directed by Tim Burton, and it stars Johnny Depp and Freddie Highmore in a musical fantasy film about Wily Wonka giving 5 golden tickets to random kids to go to his factory for a tour. I haven't watched this in a while, and since I reviewed the original, I figured I should just get it over with and see how it holds up, which the remake actually does, for the most part that is. The acting from the kids and their parents are pretty solid, and the effects look better than the original. It has some differences in there from the original, whether they're good or bad. The songs by Danny Elfman are catchy and memorable, although nothing beats the original with the songs. The production designs look creative and imaginative, and it does a good job of portraying the financially unstable family that tries to make the best of the situation. Now, let's get to Johnny Depp's performance. People are either loathing it, or just find it enjoyable to watch. I get why the movie portrayed him as that way because he's a man-child that had family problems which caused him to act that way. For my own opinion on this, the only time he did shined in this and actually give a good performance, is the last 5 minutes of the film where he can still act like a man-child, while not being awkward about it. During the film when he's in it however, he's so awkward in it that I'm just not liking what he's doing in his act, and it's not funny, except for a chuckle here or there from him doing something off-base. In something like the original, Gene Wilder basically acted like a bit of a sociopath when messing with the kids, and it's hilarious to watch, so when comparing to the remake, being a man-child doesn't really make a good substitute for it. I didn't really care for the fact that it was more about Willy Wonka than Charlie despite the fact that his name is in the title, and what they developed in there, was ok, but not really needed. The Oompa-Loompas don't look as memorable in this as the original does, even though the actor did a good job being all of them. I like the child characters in there as they are dislikable, but not to the point that it's too much as you can see that that's how they were raised. What I didn't like however, was that Charlie himself is too likable in this. When in the original, he has some disadvantages to himself that makes him more relatable and give it more of a thought about who's going to win. With this however, he doesn't do one wrong thing and it seem more obvious and predictable that way, making him a one-note character. I don't know, maybe it should've been a bit more similar to the original where it doesn't spend any character development on Wonka as we like to imagine what he's like, and not also know where the Oompa-Loompas come from. I still do like the movie more than I thought of it based on Tim Burton's adaptations from remakes and TV shows, but compared to the original, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory isn't as good as Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.

Just R (kr) wrote: This one is funny , but not like the first one .

John T (nl) wrote: fav chick flick ever