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American Wedding

2003 US comedy film

American Wedding

Released 1 August 2003 (19 years, 8 months ago)

Director Jesse Dylan
Duration 96 minutes
Genre romantic comedy
Composer Christophe Beck
Production company Universal Studios and LivePlanet
Country of origin United States of America and Germany
Screenwriter Adam Herz
Producer Chris Moore, Adam Herz, Paul Weitz and Chris Weitz

About American Wedding

American Wedding, the third installment in the American Pie franchise, hit theaters in 2003 and brought back the beloved characters from the previous films. Rolling Stone Magazine praised the film for its "raunchy humor and heartwarming moments" (1), as it followed Jim and Michelle's journey to their wedding day.

The film was directed by Jesse Dylan and written by Adam Herz, who also wrote the first two films in the series. The cast, including Jason Biggs, Alyson Hannigan, and Seann William Scott, delivered strong performances and kept audiences laughing throughout the film.

One of the standout moments in American Wedding was the bachelor party scene, which featured a memorable dance-off between Jim's dad and Stifler. The scene was praised by critics for its comedic timing and physical humor (2).

Despite some mixed reviews, American Wedding was a box office success, grossing over $231 million worldwide (3). The film's success led to the release of several direct-to-video sequels and spin-offs, but none were able to capture the same magic as the original trilogy.

Overall, American Wedding was a satisfying conclusion to the American Pie series, delivering on the raunchy humor and heartwarming moments that fans had come to love. Rolling Stone Magazine summed it up best, calling it "a fitting end to a hilarious trilogy" (1).


1. Rolling Stone Magazine, "American Wedding" review, August 1, 2003.

2. Entertainment Weekly, "American Wedding" review, August 8, 2003.

3. Box Office Mojo, "American Wedding" box office results.

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